Tiziana Terranova is Full Professor in the Sociology of Culture and Communications at the University of Naples L’Orientale (Italy). She is the author of Network Culture: Politics for the Information Age (Pluto Press, 2004); After the Internet: Digital Networks between Capital and the Common (Semiotexte/MIT Press, 2022) and the forthcoming Technosocial (Minnesota University Press). She is a member of the editorial boards of the journals Studi Culturali (Il Mulino), Subjectivity (Palgrave), and Theory, Culture and Society (Sage). She is part of the Centre for Postcolonial and Gender Studies at L’Orientale, co-founder of the Technoculture Research Unit (www.technoculture.it) and of the Critical Computation Bureau. In 2017 she held the position of Fulbright Chair in Italian Studies at the Department of French and Italian Studies, Northwestern University (Everston, IL, USA). In January 2019, she was invited by the Senate of the Republic of Chile and the Nobel Prize Foundation to participate to the Nobel Prize Dialogue held in Santiago, Chile. Her participation to international research projects include: EUMEPLAT, European media platforms: assessing positive and negative externalities for European culture (Horizon 2020); “Law and the Human” (Arts and Humanities Research Council, UK 2020); COST Action European Forum for Advanced Practices (2020-2023); Immediations ( Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada 2011-2019); and A Topological Approach to Cultural Dynamics (Sixth Framework Programme of the European Union. 2007-2009).