About the Journal

Journal of Posthumanism is an international multilingual peer-reviewed scholarly Open Access journal promoting innovative work to transverse the fields ranging from social sciences, humanities, and arts to medicine and STEM. In line with the efforts of creating a broad network beyond disciplinary boundaries, the journal seeks to explore what it means to be human in this technologically-saturated, ecologically damaged world, and transcend the traditional conception of the human while encouraging philosophical thinking beyond humanism.  

The Journal of Posthumanism is an Open Access publication, allowing users to freely access, download, copy, distribute, print, search, or link to full-text articles for any lawful purpose without requiring permission from the publisher or author. 

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Journal Founded: 2020
ISSN 2634-3576 (Print) | ISSN 2634-3584 (Online)
Publication Frequency: Three Issues a year in Winter, Summer and Fall from 2022 onwards. 

Current Issue

Vol. 3 No. 3 (2023)
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Published: 2023-10-31
  • Mermaids and Drag Queens: A Queer Look at Mermaiding

    Yuval Avrami
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.33182/joph.v3i3.1972
  • The House of Pain: The Island of Dr. Moreau and Post/Trans/ Humanism Today

    Elana Gomel
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.33182/joph.v3i3.2069
  • Spontaneous Cosmic Becomings: El Paso Spontaneous Shrine and Cosmic Generator Cut Together in Conocimiento

    Heather Kaplan
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.33182/joph.v3i3.2708
  • Locking and Unlocking: The potentialities for intra-storying-activism in “this” baglady collective.

    Baglady, Jo Albin-Clark, Julie A Ovington, Philippa Isom, Louise Platt, Lucy Harding, Faelan Carley, Alice Elwell, Philippa Nicoll Antipas, Anna Pilson, Charlotte E. Marshall, Sharon Louise Smith
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.33182/joph.v3i3.3015
  • Fermenting Futures Food fermentation as an 'art of noticing'

    Kaajal Modi
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.33182/joph.v3i3.1344

Commentaries & Interviews

  • Can the Prosumer Economy be a Posthumanist Economy?

    Eylül Tuana Çevirme, Elvan Ece Satıcı, Uygar Özesmi
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.33182/joph.v3i3.3005

Book Reviews

  • Sorgner, L.S. (2022). Philosophy of Posthuman Art. Schwabe Verlag.

    Stefano Rozzoni
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.33182/joph.v3i3.2909
  • Sands, Danielle. (Ed.). (2022). Bioethics and the Posthumanities. Routledge.

    Stavroula Anastasia Katsorchi
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.33182/joph.v3i3.2925
  • Cecchetto, D. (2022). Listening in the Afterlife of Data. Aesthetics, Pragmatics, and Incommunication. Duke University Press.

    Monika Jaeckel
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.33182/joph.v3i3.3140
  • Moslund, S.P., Marcussen, M.K., Pedersen, M.K. (Eds.). (2020). How Literature Comes to Matter. Post-Anthropocentric Approaches to Fiction

    Vedant Srinivas
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.33182/joph.v3i3.3080
  • Nayar, P. K. (2019). Ecoprecarity: Vulnerable Lives in Literature and Culture. Routledge.

    Jovana Isevski
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.33182/joph.v3i3.3162
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Recent Titles by Transnational Press London Posthumanism Book Series

Edebiyatta Posthümanizm Critical Posthumanism: Cloned, Toxic and Cyborg Bodies in Fiction Representations of Violence in Literature, Culture and Arts İnsan-dan Başka Öyküler Don Delillo ve Meta-İnsan