The first is The Public and Their Platforms co-authored with Lambros Fatsis. It’s a rethinking of the public sociology debate from the ground up, built around the critical realist sociology of platforms I’ve been developing over the last few years. This was so hard to finish but I’m really enthusiastic to see what people make of it! It will be released by University of Bristol Press early(ish) next year.
The second is Posthuman Futures. It’s an edited collected produced through my work with the Centre for Social Ontology. It’s an ontological engagement with emerging technologies and their challenge for humanism, as well as a meta-theoretical reflection on what it is to reason theoretically about developments like this. It includes a critique of Rosi Braidotti and avant-garde theorising which I’m quite proud of.