about Sean Erwin

Sean Erwin is a writer, critic and philosophy professor at Barry University in Miami Shores, Florida. He presents and publishes on topics in Italian and French philosophy, political philosophy, technology, and performance studies. Erwin currently serves as the Senior Editor of the Humanities and Technology Review. Erwin covers classical music and various forms of dance for ArtBurst.

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