Dr Megen de Bruin-Molé is a Lecturer in Digital Media Practice with the Winchester School of Art, University of Southampton. She specialises in ‘monstrous’ adaptation and contemporary remix culture, in particular the digital afterlives and appropriations of historical archives, ephemera, and memory in popular culture. Her book Gothic Remixed (Bloomsbury 2020) examines popular remix culture through the lens of monster studies, and her co-edited collection Embodying Contagion (UWP/Open Access 2021) explores how fantasies of outbreak narratives have infiltrated the way people view the real world. She is also the author of numerous academic articles on remix, historical fiction, and popular culture.
Megen is also an editor with the Critical Posthumanism Network’s Genealogy project, and co-edited the Palgrave Handbook of Critical Posthumanism.
You can find more information about Megen (and her work) on her staff profile and Twitter.
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