The Posthuman Lab was founded by

Dr. Çağdaş Dedeoğlu in 2021.

Research in this lab is geared toward advancing posthumanist perspectives for onto-epistemic plurality. We seek to understand the world and the worlds beyond humanist, anthropocentric assumptions, and techno-capitalist utilitarianism. 

This aim is supported by three objectives:

1) undisciplined rationality, 

2) creative criticism, and

3) justice for all.

We welcome researchers who are interested in taking on new projects.



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Founder & Director

Çağdaş Dedeoğlu, PhD (he/him) is the founder of The Posthuman Lab and founding co-editor of the Journal of Posthumanism. Currently, he teaches humanities and social science courses at Yorkville University. In addition, he is a researcher at the University of Toronto, where he works on a project at the intersection of technology, politics, and posthumanism. He is also an affiliated researcher at the Digital Life Institute's AI Implications Cluster (hosted by Ontario Tech University), Brock University’s Posthumanism Research Institute, and the US-based Center for Critical Research on Religion.  
His current research focuses on posthuman politics, ethics, and technology, with a particular emphasis on ecological transformation. 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, and the International Research Network for the Study of Science & Belief in Society. More information about his research and publications can be found on his website.