Çağdaş Dedeoğlu

Çağdaş Dedeoğlu, PhD (he/him) is a Professor of General Studies at Yorkville University, the founder of The Posthuman Lab, and founding co-editor of the Journal of Posthumanism.

His other affiliations include University of Toronto’s STREET Lab and Brock University’s Posthumanism Research Institute. Before moving to Canada, he worked as an assistant professor of political science in Istanbul, Turkey, as well as a postdoctoral researcher at the University of Florida’s Department of Religion.

​His research centers around posthuman politics, ethics, and technology, with a particular emphasis on planetary security and sustainability. He has been involved with grassroots ecological movements, as well as research organizations including the Political Ecology Network, the International Society for the Study of Religion, Nature and Culture, Middle East Studies Association, and the International Research Network for the Study of Science & Belief in Society.

More information about his research and publications can be found on www.cagdasdedeoglu.com.


Dedeoglu, C. (forthcoming) Posthuman citizenship. Citizenship Studies.

Dedeoglu, C., & Zampaki, N. (2023) Posthumanism for sustainability: A scoping review. Journal of Posthumanism, 3(1), 33-57. [Protocol registration]

del Val, J., & Dedeoglu, C. (2023). Introduction: Metahuman Futures Forum and Ontological Therapies. Metahuman Futures Special Issue. Journal of Posthumanism, 3(2), 85–102.

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).