de Kerckhove

Sociologist Derrick de Kerckhove, a naturalised Canadian of Belgian origin, teaches at the University of Toronto, where from 1983 to 2008 he directed the McLuhan Program in Culture and Technology; and at the University of Naples Federico II. A student of Marshall McLuhan, he specialised in the neurosocial and anthropological influences of new technologies and developed the theory of connected intelligence. He has contributed to the international communications journal Mass Media. His published works include Brainframes: Technology, Mind and Business (1991), La civilisation vidéo-chrétienne (1990); The Skin of Culture (1995), The Architecture of Intelligence (2001) and Transpolitica: nuovi rapporti di potere e di sapere (with V. Susca, 2008).

Scarica la App dei Dialoghi