Sloane McNulty (PhD American Studies – Rutgers) is a Liberal Arts and Critical Studies Professor at the Pacific Northwest College of Art. Their work is centered on assemblages of gender, ecology, and capital, while also intervening in narratives around genetic science, social media, and animal ethics.
Their current work includes a book length manuscript entitled “Viral Ethics: Media, Ecology, Debt,” as well as scholarship on the effects of climate change on anti-capitalist uprisings, the affective economics of social media, and intersections of trans* theory and technology.
Some courses they have crafted and taught include (but are not limited to):
The Capitalocene: Ecology, Tech, and the End of the World—Affect, Media, Becoming: On Gender and Sexuality—Gender, Sexuality, and Science Fiction