Angus McBlane is currently Visiting Assistant Professor (Philosophy and Cultural Theory) in the Humanities and Social Sciences and member of the Centre for Cognitive Science at the Indian Institute of Technology – Gandhinagar (Gujarat, India). He is also Adjunct Assistant Professor in the Cultural Studies programme at Queen’s University (Kingston, Ontario, Canada). He received his PhD from the Centre for Critical and Cultural Theory at Cardiff University (Wales, UK). Specializing in Posthumanism, Phenomenology, Comparative/World Philosophy, and Visual Cultures, his current research focuses on the development of Posthumanist Philosophy. His most recent publication is ‘Expressing Corporeal Silence: Phenomenology, Merleau-Ponty, and Posthumanism’ in a special issue on proto-posthumanisms in Word and Text (Vol VI, 2016), and his work has appeared in Directory of World Cinema: Japan, Directory of World Cinema: South Korea, and Anime and Philosophy. He is also a reviewer for the newly-launched Journal of Science Fiction and Philosophy (http://www.jsfphil.org).