Hannes Bajohr [ˈhʌnəs bʌˈjɔː] was born 1984 in Berlin. He lives in Basel und Berlin. Bajohr studied philosophy, German literature, and modern history at Berlin’s Humboldt University. He received his PhD from Columbia University, New York, with a dissertation on philosopher Hans Blumenberg’s theory of language. Currently, he is Junior Fellow at Collegium Helveticum, the Joint Institute of Advanced Studies of ETH Zurich, Zurich University, and Zurich University of the Arts.

Bajohr writes literary and academic texts; his research focuses on media studies, political philosophy, philosophical anthropology, and theories of the digital.

(The last name is stressed on the last syllable.)