Professor Murphy is the author of Wising Up the Marks: The Amodern William Burroughs (California, 1997) and Antonio Negri: Modernity and the Multitude (Polity 2011), the translator of Antonio Negriâ€™s Subversive Spinoza (Manchester 2004), Books for Burning (Verso 2005), Trilogy of Resistance (Minnesota 2011), co-editor of The Philosophy of Antonio Negri volumes 1 and 2 (Pluto 2005-7), and since 2000 the general editor of Genre: Forms of Discourse and Culture, succeeding Ronald Schleifer. He is also an executive editor of Angelaki: Journal of the Theoretical Humanities, which won the 1996 Best New Journal Award from the Council of Editors of Learned Journals; series editor of Angelaki Humanities, a book series from Manchester University Press; and English translation coordinator of the Deleuze Web (www.webdeleuze.com), an internet archive of seminar sessions given by the late philosopher Gilles Deleuze. He has published essays on Henri Bergson and quantum theory, Pierre Boulez and Ornette Coleman, James Joyce and Friedrich Nietzsche and many other subjects related to modern and contemporary culture and theory. Professor Murphy teaches American literature (with special emphases on experimental writing, music and literature, and the contemporary novel), literary theory (especially Marxism and poststructuralism), and science fiction.
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