Andrew Culp is a Visiting Assistant Professor of Emerging Media and Communication at the University of Texas, Dallas. He is interested in the afterlives of media technologies born out of the anti-globalization movement. In his first book, Dark Deleuze (University of Minnesota Press, 2016), he offers a radical reinterpretation of the theorist Gilles Deleuze that challenges today's world of compulsory happiness, decentralized control, and overexposure. Since its publication in June, it has been translated into Spanish, Japanese, and German. In his next project, Persona Obscura, he explores anonymity, fugitivity, and opacity as responses to the 24/7 demands of an 'always-on' media-driven society. He serves on the General Board of the Cultural Studies Association. His work has appeared in numerous venues, including Radical Philosophy, Communication and Critical/Cultural Studies, Angelaki: Journal of the Theoretical Humanities, Quarterly Journal of Speech,parallax, and boundary 2 online.