Verena Conley, Ph.D., is currently a Long-Term Visiting Professor of Comparative Literature and of Romance Languages and Literatures at Harvard University. Her research interests are focused on Critical and Cultural Theory; Politics and Aesthetics; Ecology and Technology. Her published work includes Spatial Ecologies, Liverpool University Press, 2012; Ecopolitics: The Environment in Poststructuralist Theory; Rethinking Technologies; Creative Book: The War Against the Beavers; “The City as Target or Targeting the City: French intellectuals and city spaces,” in Targeting the City. Ed. Ryan Bishop; “Living in Translation; “Of Rhizomes and New Media,” in Deleuze and New Technologies, David Savat and Mark Poster, ed.