Andrew Hageman

Andrew is assistant professor of English at Luther College in Decorah, Iowa, where he researches and teaches the intersections of ecology and techno-culture in literature, film, and the arts. He’s published articles on matters that range from David Lynch’s Mulholland Drive and Twin Peaks to Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein, Paolo Bacigalupi’s fiction, and ecology and ideology in Althusser and Žižek. Most recently he co-edited a 2016 issue of Paradoxa on “Global Weirding.”


CONTRIBUTOR ARTICLES

Salvage Love

Andrew Hageman on Jeff VanderMeer's new novel, "Borne."...


A Conversation Between Timothy Morton and Jeff VanderMeer
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