Mathias Denecke is a PhD student at the Leuphana University of Lüneburg, Germany. Anne Ganzert is postdoc research assistant for the project »Smartphone-Communities: Participation as Promise and Imposition« at the University of Konstanz, Germany. Her PhD thesis on »Serial Pinboarding in Contemporary Television« (2017) received the »City of Konstanz Prize to Promote Early Career Researchers 2019«. Her research interests are fan studies, theories of participation, transmedia storytelling, and visual culture studies. Isabell Otto is professor of media studies at the University of Konstanz. She coordinated the DFG network »Media of Collective Intelligence«. She works on media of knowledge, media discourses past and present, theories of participation, and digital media and temporality. Robert Stock (PhD), born 1978, coordinates the DFG-research unit »Media and Participation« at the University of Konstanz. He specializes in Media Cultural Studies and obtained his PhD at the Justus-Liebig-University Gießen, where he was a member of the International Graduate Centre for the Study of Culture (GCSC).
3 Ebooks by Anne Ganzert
Mathias Denecke & Anne Ganzert: ReClaiming Participation
This volume unravels the debates on the »Participation Age«: Instead of perpetuating visions of social »all-inclusion« or the »digital divide«, the collection reclaims collectivity as an effect of …
Elke Bippus & Anne Ganzert: Taking Sides
Is there an option to oppose without automatically participating in the opposed? This volume explores different perspectives on dissent, understanding practices, cultures, and theories of resistance, …
Anne Ganzert: Serial Pinboarding in Contemporary Television
This book provides an in-depth study of pinboards in contemporary television series and develops the interdisciplinary and innovative concept of Serial Pinboarding. Pinboards are character attributes …