Sloane McNulty

Assistant Professor

Sloane McNulty (PhD American Studies – Rutgers) is an instructor at the Pacific Northwest College of Art. Their work is centered on assemblages of gender, ecology, and embodiment, while also intervening in narratives around genetic science, social media, and animal ethics. They are currently working on a book length manuscript entitled, “Viral Ethics: Media, Ecology, Debt,” as well as pursuing more extensive scholarship on the cultural deployment of parasitism, affective regimes of social media, and intersections of transgender rights and technology.