Jason Adams

Jason Adams is a cultural and political theorist.  Adams served as Managing Editor for the Johns Hopkins University Press journal Theory & Event (2004-2010) prior to a Visiting Assistant Professorship in Political Theory at Williams College (2011-2012) and a Co-Directorship at The Global Center for Advanced Studies (2013-2014). Adams is co-editor of Deleuze and Race (Edinburgh University Press, 2013) with Arun Saldanha, author of Occupy Time: Technoculture, Immediacy and Resistance After Occupy Wall Street (Palgrave Macmillan, 2013) and has published numerous essays and articles in journals and magazines including Radical Philosophy, In These Times, boundary 2, Z Magazine, Critical Inquiry, Truthout and Borderlands. Currently, Adams is revising the manuscript for a new book entitled Remediating Belonging: a Media Archaeology of the Postwar Citizen-Subject.



English translation of Deleuze’s first seminar (1956-57): What is grounding?

The New Centre for Research & Practice is very pleased to announce the the first book release by &&& Publishing. What is Grounding? is Gilles Deleuze’s first seminar, and is distinguished in that, rather than “taking an author from behind and giving him a child that would be his offspring, yet monstrous”, the work focuses […]

The New Centre & e-flux collaborate to engage in Superconversations

The New Centre for Research & Practice look forward to the unfolding of such a Supercommunity over the course of the next 100 days. What united us in purpose with e-flux is that we both have taken advantage of precarious media to build impactful institutions in the realm of culture at the threshold of the 21st century. e-flux’s model serves as an inspiration for our own projects arriving more recently, both with respect to the seriousness with which we engage the qualities of our medium – the Internet and its associated platforms – and with respect to our commitment to inventing a future.