l'Appareil Vocal [the Vocal Apparatus]. Ink on paper. 1916. Anon/Ferdinand de Saussure. From Cours de Linguistique Générale. 

Bernard Dionysius Geoghegan is a writer, media theorist, and historian of science researching how digital technologies shape science, culture, and the environment. In addition to serving as Senior Lecturer (permanent) in the History and Theory of Digital Media in the Department of Digital Humanities at King's College London, Bernard curates for the Technosphere Project at the Haus der Kulturen der Welt. He earned a binational Ph.D. from Northwestern University and Bauhaus University Weimar. He has written on topics such as cybernetics and the human sciences, the rise of networked interactive media, German media theory, the media infrastructures of spiritualism, the Anthropocene, and the history of human-computer interaction for journals such as Critical InquiryGrey Room, and Theory, Culture & Society. Before joining King's Bernard taught at Yale University, Coventry University, the Humboldt University of Berlin, and the American University of Paris. He's held fellowships at a number of institutions, including the IKKM (Weimar), the DCRL (Leuphana University), the Institute for Research and Innovation (Pompidou Center), the Whitney Humanities Center (Yale University) and his research has been funded by the Mellon Fondation, the German Research Foundation, the U. S. Department of Education, and the Association for Computing Machinery.

Most of Bernard's publications are available for free download here. If you can't find the properly paginated version you need there, please contact Bernard directly.  He may be reached at Twitter, iTunes, or Google+ and reached by email at bernard@u.northwestern.edu. His CV is available here