Dale Carrico teaches philosophy, critical theory, and science and technology studies, focusing on the planetarity of both environmental concerns and peer-to-peer media formations. Recently, Carrico organized conferences on Feminist Bioethics at Berkeley and on Human "Enhancement" and Human Rights at Stanford. His writings have appeared in Re-Public, World Changing, and at the Foundation for Peer to Peer Alternatives. He writes about the politics of technoscience, developmentalist ideology, futurological subcultures, and the suffusion of public life by marketing norms on his blog, Amor Mundi.
- PhD, Department of Rhetoric, University of California at Berkeley, 2005