Anne Ganzert is a research assistant in the subproject 3 of the DFG research group, Smartphone-Communities: Participation as Promise and Imposition. Her PhD on „Serial Pinboarding“ was finalized in 2017 and focuses on contemporary TV series and their pin boards as dispositives of seriality. Recent publications include „In the Footsteps of Smartphone-Users. Traces of a Deferred Community in Ingress and Pokémon Go“ (Digital Culture & Society 2/2017), „ReClaiming Participation“ (Transcript 2016) and “We welcome you to your Heroes community. A Case Study in Transmedia Storytelling” (IMAGE 21, 2015).
Research interest: Fan Studies, Partizipationstheorie, Transmedia Storytelling, Visual Culture Studies
Publication: In the Footsteps of Smartphone-Users. Traces of a Deferred Community in Ingress and Pokémon Go“ (Digital Culture & Society 2/2017)
„Das Fragment als serielles Prinzip in Heroes“, in: Cuntz-Leng/Fröhlich (Hrsg.): Serienfragmente. Springer 2018 (forthcoming).
Further information and a current CV can be found here.