Ian Buchanan is a Professor of Cultural Studies at the University of Wollongong. He is the founding editor of Deleuze and Guattari Studies and the author of Assemblage Theory and Method.

Claire Colebrook is Edwin Erle Sparks Professor of English, Philosophy and Women’s and Gender Studies at Penn State University. She has written books and articles on contemporary European philosophy, literary history, gender studies, queer theory, visual culture and feminist philosophy. Her most recent book is What Would You Do and Who Would You Kill to Save the World? (2022).
Igor Krtolica is a Lecturer at the University of Picardie Jules Verne (Amiens, France). He is specialized in French contemporary philosophy, especially in Gilles Deleuze and Félix Guattari. In 2015, he published a book on Gilles Deleuze (PUF, rééd. 2021). His current researches focus on binding together natural philosophy and political philosophy.

Patricia MacCormack is Professor of Continental Philosophy at Anglia Ruskin University Cambridge. She has published extensively on philosophy, feminism, queer and monster theory, animal abolitionist activism, ethics, art and horror cinema. She is the author of Cinesexuality (Routledge 2008) and Posthuman Ethics (Routledge 2012) and the editor of The Animal Catalyst (Bloomsbury 2014), Deleuze and the Animal (EUP 2017), Deleuze and the Schizoanalysis of Cinema (Continuum 2008) and Ecosophical Aesthetics (Bloomsbury 2018). Her new book is The Ahuman Manifesto: Activisms for the End of the Anthropocene.

Dr. Janae Sholtz is one of Alvernia’s Neag Scholars and the author of The Invention of a People, Heidegger and Deleuze on Art and the Political, and the editor of Deleuze and the Schizoanalysis of Feminism: Alliances and Allies for Bloomsbury and a special journal edition entitled Infinite Eros: Deleuze, Guattari, and Feminist Couplings. Dr. Sholtz has published research in the areas of continental philosophy, feminist theory, philosophy of art, and social and political philosophy. She has written articles for Evental AestheticsDeleuze and Guattair StudiesJournal of Continental and Comparative PhilosophyphioSOPHIAand is currently co-editing a book on Contemporary French Philosophy and Stoicism. She researches primarily in Twentieth Century and Contemporary Continental Philosophy and is interested in aesthetic practices and how the affects created through these practices contribute to a new ethos that can be shared and transmitted on social and political levels.

Dr Chris L. Smith is the Professor of Architectural Theory in the Sydney School of Architecture, Design and Planning at the University of Sydney. Chris’ research focuses on the nexus of architecture and the body. He has published on architectural theory and its dynamic relation with poststructural philosophy, technologies of the body, and the intersections of architecture, the biosciences, and medical humanities. Chris is the co-editor of Architecture in the Space of Flows (Routledge, 2012) and Laboratory Lifestyles: The Construction of Scientific Fictions (MIT Press, 2018); and is the co-author of LabOratory: Speaking of the Science and its Architecture (MIT Press, 2019), and the author of Bare Architecture: a schizoanalysis (Bloomsbury, 2017) and Architecture After Deleuze and Guattari (Bloomsbury, 2023).

Nick is Reader in Sociology at the University of Manchester. His research is in social and political theory, public housing and architecture, and material cultures of publishing. He is author of the first book-length study of Deleuze’s relation to Marx, Deleuze, Marx and Politics (Routledge 2003), and a book on experimental forms in communist publishing, Anti-Book: On the Art and Politics of Radical Publishing (Minnesota 2016), first published in Serbia as Anti-Knjiga (Kuda 2014). Nick’s most recent book, Brutalism as Found: Housing, Form and Crisis at Robin Hood Gardens (Goldsmiths 2022), draws on Deleuze’s theories of deforming form and Marxist architectural traditions to critically appropriate Brutalism in the crisis conditions of today. Nick sits on the editorial board of the culture and politics journal New Formations and is co-editor of Deleuze and Politics (with Ian Buchanan, Edinburgh 2008), Objects and Materials (with Penny Harvey et al., Routledge 2013), and Franco ‘Bifo’ Berardi’s After the Future (with Gary Genosko, AK Press 2011).