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Justin Clemens

Justin Clemens
Justin Clemens has published poetry and prose fiction, as well as writing extensively on contemporary European philosophy and Australian art.

Recent books include the poetry collection Villain, the novella Black River and the mock-epic poem The Mundiad. He has also collaborated with Christopher Dodds and Adam Nash on a number of art projects in virtual environments, notably Autoscopia and Babelswarm.

His academic work includes the co-edited collections The Jacqueline Rose Reader with Ben Naparstek, Alain Badiou: Key Concepts with A.J. Bartlett, The Work of Giorgio Agamben with Nicholas Heron and Alex Murray, and Jacques Lacan and the Other Side of Psychoanalysis with Russell Grigg.

Justin teaches in the School of Culture and Communication at the University of Melbourne.