Çağdaş Dedeoğlu is the founder of The Posthuman Lab and the founding co-editor of the Journal of Posthumanism. He also is an associate member at Brock University’s Posthumanism Research Institute and a research associate at the US-based Center for Critical Research on Religion. He currently teaches social sciences and humanities at Yorkville University, Toronto. Previously, he worked as an Assistant Professor of Political Science at the Turkish National Defense University’s Atatürk Institute for Strategic Studies and Istanbul Arel University as well as a postdoctoral researcher at the University of Florida’s Department of Religion.
He specialized in posthuman security and religion, with an emphasis on ecological and technological issues. He has been involved with grassroots ecological movements, as well as research organizations including the Political Ecology Network, Middle Eastern Studies Association, International Society for the Study of Religion, Nature and Culture, the International Research Network for the Study of Science & Belief in Society, and the European Society for Environmental History.
Dedeoglu, C. (2021). Reading (through) COVID-19: Towards a posthumanist strategy in higher education. In I. Fayed & J. Cummings (Eds.), Teaching in the post COVID-19 era (pp. 183-189). Springer.
Dedeoglu, C. (2020). “Hey Siri: Do you believe in god?” A posthuman exposé of belief bias in AI programming. In W.H.U. Anderson (Ed.), Technology and theology (pp. 77-90). ISBN: 978-1-64889-086-4. Vernon Books
Dedeoglu, C., & Ekmekcioglu, C. (2020). Information infrastructures and the future of ecological citizenship in the Anthropocene. Soc. Sci., 9(3).