Anne Ganzert is a Postdoc research assistant in for the project “Smartphone-Communities: Participation as Promise and Imposition“ at the University of Konstanz, Germany. Her PhD on „Serial Pinboarding“ was finalized in 2017 and focuses on contemporary TV series and their pin boards as dispositives of seriality.
- Fan Studies
- Theories of participation
- Transmedia Storytelling
- Visual Culture Studies
Recent publications include “In the Footsteps of Smartphone-Users. Traces of a Deferred Community in Ingress and Pokémon Go“, in: Digital Culture & Society 3:2 Mobile Digital Practices (2017, with I. Otto, T. Gielnik, J. Ihls und P. Hauser) and „Das Fragment als serielles Prinzip in Heroes“, in: Cuntz-Leng/Fröhlich (Hrsg.): Serienfragmente. Springer 2018. She is co-editor of ReClaiming Participation. Technology, Mediation, Collectivity, Bielefeld: transcript 2016 (with M. Denecke, I. Otto and R. Stock).
|SP 3 “Smartphone-Communities. Dynamics of Resistance in Relations of Participation”
University of Konstanz