Professor Shannon Bell


Co-investigator - York University

Shannon Bell is a Professor of Political Science at York University, Toronto, Canada 

Bell is a performance philosopher who lives and writes philosophy-in-action. Her books include: Fast Feminism (2010), Reading, Writing and Rewriting the Prostitute Body (1994); Whore Carnival (1995); Bad Attitude/s on Trial co-authored (1997); Subversive Itinerary: The Thought of Gad Horowitz, co-edited (2013) and New Socialisms co-edited (2004). 

Bell is currently working on shooting theory––video-imagining philosophical concept such as Heidegger’s stillness, Husserl’s epoché, Batiallian waste, Weil’s attention, Deleuzian deterritorialization, Virilio’s vision machine and accident, Levinas’ elemental and Mallin’s sinuosity.