Julian Hanna is assistant professor in Culture Studies at Tilburg University in The Netherlands and a collaborator at the Interactive Technologies Institute (ITI) in Portugal. His research focuses on critical intersections between culture, politics, and technology. With James Auger he co-authors a critical design and futures blog, Crap Futures. In 2017 they received the CCCB Cultural Innovation International Prize (with Laura Watts) for a speculative energy project called The Newton Machine. He is co-founder of the Words in Freedom Project, which recently created a card game for activists called MANIFESTO! He has written extensively on modern and contemporary avant-gardes, with a focus on movements and manifestos. His latest book is The Manifesto Handbook: 95 Theses on an Incendiary Form (Zero Books, 2020).