Steven Connor is Director of Research of the Digital Futures Institute, King’s College, London. He is Grace 2 Professor of English Emeritus in the University of Cambridge, and an Emeritus Fellow of Peterhouse, Cambridge.
His most recent books are The Madness of Knowledge: On Wisdom, Ignorance and Fantasies of Knowing (London: Reaktion/Chicago: Chicago University Press, 2019), Giving Way: Thoughts on Unappreciated Dispositions (Stanford: Stanford University Press, 2019) and A History of Asking (London: Open Humanities Press, 2023).
He has two other books forthcoming in 2023: Dreamwork: Why All Work is Imaginary from Reaktion/Chicago University Press, and Styles of Seriousness from Stanford University Press.
He is currently writing Exorbitance, a study of the infirmities of scale, and a critical life of Gaston Bachelard.