Jérôme Game is Associate Professor of Film Studies and Philosophy at the American University in Paris, having previously been Andrew W. Mellon Post-Doctoral Fellow in the Humanities at University College London.
He has published fifteen volumes of poetry and essays, as well as texts in anthologies, journals and in audio and video format. His academic research focuses on a theoretical and critical examination of modern culture (cinema, literature, visual arts) centred on a philosophical reworking of subjectivity and time.
He has published on text/image relations twentieth-century French culture, filmic representations of the body, and the work of Jacques Rancière.
His current projects include a study of the relations between contemporary art and writing, and a collective work on the concept of intensity in the arts.