Stefano Harney is Professor of Transversal Aesthetics at Kunsthochschule für Medien Köln / Academy of Media Arts Cologne.  He is also Honorary Professor in the Institute of Gender, Race, Sexuality, and Social Justice at the University of British Columbia.  He was Hayden Fellow and Visiting Critic at Yale University Art School in 2019-2020. Stefano curated the show 'Shipping and the Shipped' at the Bergen Assembly triennial in 2016 as part of the freethought collective.

With Tonika Sealy Thompson he runs the reading camp and study project Ground Provisions. He is part of the School for Study, a nomadic collective of university teachers whose exodus from the university marks the space and time to study, and a member of Le Mardi Gras Listening Collective.

Stefano Harney is co-author together with Fred Moten of The Undercommons: fugitive planning and black study (2013) and All Incomplete (2021) both published by Minor Compositions/Autonomedia. The Undercommons has been translated and published in Spanish, French, Italian, and German, with forthcoming translations in Portuguese, Swedish, and Thai.



Publications: 

All Incomplete (2021)
The Undercommons (2013)
Former West (2016)

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