Matt Applegate is an Assistant Professor of English & Digital Humanities at Molloy College. He received his Ph.D. from the Department of Comparative Literature at Binghamton University–SUNY, and held a fellowship at the Institute for Advanced Studies in the Humanities at Binghamton University (IASH). He specializes in critical theory, digital humanities, digital literacy, spatial humanities, and the political economy of media.

His book, tentatively titled Guerrilla Theory: Political Concepts, Critical Digital Humanities, is under contract at Northwestern University Press. He is currently working on a number of articles dealing with Internet language, critical code studies, and adversarial design. He is also the creator of The Digital Manifesto Archive. See a full list of his digital projects here.

You can find his work (in print or forthcoming) in Debates in the Digital HumanitiesCultural PoliticsTheory & Event, AmodernCultural CritiqueTelos, Borderlands and more.

When he’s not working, Matt enjoys riding his bike and hanging out with his cats. You can contact Matt at mapplegate@molloy.edu.

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