Vilem Flusser (1920-1991) has long been known and celebrated in Europe and Brazil primarily as a media theorist. Only recently have other facets of his accomplishments come to light, clearly establishing Flusser as a key thinker. An accessible and thorough introduction to Flusser's thought, this book reveals his
engagement with a wide array of disciplines, from communication studies, posthuman
philosophy, media studies, and history to art and art history, migrant studies, anthropology, and film studies.
Anke Finger is associate professor of German studies and comparative literature at the University of Connecticut. Rainer Guldin is professor of German language and cultural studies at the Universita della Svizzera Italiana, Lugano, Switzerland. Gustavo Bernardo is professor of literary theory at Rio de Janeiro State University (URJ), Brazil.