Bernard Dionysius Geoghegan is a media theorist, historian of technology, and co-curator on the multi-year Technosphere project at the Haus der Kulturen der Welt. He is spending the winter semester 2014-2015 as a visiting fellow at the Internationale Kolleg für Kulturtechnik-Forschung und Medienphilosophie and the spring 2015 semester as a visiting fellow at the Digital Cultures Research Lab in Lüneburg. In 2012 he received a binational Ph.D. (cotutelle) degree from the Fakultät Medien of Bauhaus-Universität Weimar and the Screen Cultures program of Northwestern University. His research interests include digital media, visual culture studies, software studies, and theotechnics. Bernard has held posts and fellowships at the American University of Paris, Harvard University, MIT, the Pompidou Center, Northwestern University, and the Children's Media Project. His essays appear in journals including Critical Inquiry, The IEEE Annals on the History of Computing, Theory, Culture & Society, and Interaction Studies.