University of Vienna, Department of Philosophy
Christoph Hubatschke is a political scientist and philosopher living in Vienna. Currently he works as a scientific researcher at the Philosophy Department at the University of Vienna, where he is also working on his PhD financed by the Austrian Academy of Sciences. In the PhD he develops a philosophy of technology based on the works of Félix Guattari and Gilles Deleuze to research the manifold roles of new technologies in Social movements and political struggles. From 2017 to 2018 he was a visiting research fellow at the Goldsmiths University in London, financed through a “Marietta-Blau-Scholarship” from the OEAD. He is teaching different courses on social movement studies, philosophy of democracy and philosophy of media studies at the departments of political science as well as the department of Theater-/Film- and Media-Studies at the University of Vienna. He is founding member of the interdisciplinary research group H.A.U.S. (Humanoid Robots in Architecture and Urban Spaces) based at the ATTP at the Technical University in Vienna. Publications and Presentations cover different fields of research: poststructuralist political theory, the politics and ethics of humanoid robots and AI, theory of democracy, philosophy of technology, social movement studies, Deleuze/Guattari-Studies and Monster-Studies.