Kári Driscoll is a Lecturer in Comparative Literature at Utrecht University. He holds a PhD in German Language and Literature from Columbia University. His research focuses on the poetics ofanimality (zoopoetics). He is author of Book Presence in a Digital Age (2017; ed. with K. Brillenburg-Wurth and J. Pressman), and of Memory after Humanism, a special issue of Parallax (2017, ed. with S. C. Knittel).