Ulrike Bergermann

Ulrike Bergermann has been teaching Media Studies at the University of Art Braunschweig since 2009. Favourite research areas are Gender Studies, Postcolonial Studies, the history of knowledge and disciplines, and their media. She is part of the editorial board of the "Zeitschrift für Medienwissenschaften" since 2007, hosts the Gender Blog since 2015, and was a member of the DFG's Lenkungsgremium Medienwissenschaften between 2010 and 2017. Publications include: Connecting and dividing media theories: Gender, post_colonial, and other agencies, in: Connect and Divide. The Practice Turn in Media Studies. The 3rd DFG conference of Media Studies, co-edited with Erhard Schüttpelz et al., Zürich, Berlin (diaphanes)/Chicago (University of Chicago Press) 2018; Crusing / Queer / Afrofuturism. Time for another kinship, in: Marius Förster, Saskia Herbert, Mona Hofmann, Wolfgang Jonas (eds.), un/certain futures, Bielefeld 2018; Leere Fächer. Gründungsdiskurse in Kybernetik und Medienwissenschaft, Hamburg/Münster 2016; PhD about sign language notation and academic disciplines in Hamburg 2001. See also www.ulrikebergermann.de.


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