Aron Pease

Aron Pease is a Brittain Fellow at the Georgia Institute of Technology. His book manuscript uses scale to analyze representations of production in American literature of the post-Bretton Woods era.  His research interests also include global studies, media theory, and science fiction.

Essays by this author

I Am the Cosmos


In his review of Christian Moraru’s recent Cosmodernism: American Narrative, Late Globalization, and the New Cultural Imaginary, Aron Pease considers the merits of the periodization advanced in that work. Ultimately, Pease argues that while the emphasis Moraru places on cosmodernism literature’s “relationality” means that the it is able to “register ‘the other’ as a concrete and organizing presence rather than as an abstract theme”, Moraru’s reliance on the nebulous term “globalization” fails to account for the extent to which the literature characterized as cosmodern reflects the political economy of late capitalism.

Manuel DeLanda's Art of Assembly


Aaron Pease reviews Manual DeLanda’s philosophy of the virtual.

Writing Futures: Hardt and Negri's Notation Politics


Aron Pease introduces this collection of essays by Linda Brigham, Caren Irr, William Wilson and Nick Spencer with a look at the multitude’s programmability.