Annika Richterich

Annika Richterich (Dr.) is an assistant professor in Digital Culture at Maastricht University (Netherlands).

Series Editor: Digital Culture & Society

transcript-Publications in the Research Fields: Digital and Social Media, Literary Studies, Literary Theory and Literary Studies, Media Studies, Social Inequality and Lifestyle, Sociology, Sociology of Media, Theory of Media

Publications in the Series: Locating Media/Situierte Medien

Web: Annika Richterich: http://digicults.org
Annika Richterich: Uni Maastricht

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Vol. 5, Issue 1/2019 – Inequalities and Divides in Digital Cultures

The issue examines inequalities and divides in digital cultures, starting from three themes: inequality of access; inequality by design and discursive divides; and inequality by algorithms.
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Vol. 4, Issue 1/2018 – Rethinking AI: Neural Networks, Biometrics and the New Artificial Intelligence

The special issue Rethinking AI will explore and reflect the hype of neuroinformatics in AI discourses and the potential and limits of critique in the age of computational intelligence.
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Vol. 4, Issue 2/2018 – Digital Citizens

This issue discusses theoretical and artistic investigations on citizen engagement, digital citizenship and grassroots information politics.
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Vol. 3, Issue 2/2017 – Mobile Digital Practices

This issue discusses how digital mobile practices can be described, framed and researched through the mobility of people, data and devices.
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Vol. 3, Issue 1/2017 – Making and Hacking

The articles collected in this fourth issue investigate the multiple meanings of hacking and making, and shed light on the communities, spaces, and practices of hackers and makers.
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Vol. 2, Issue 2/2016 – Politics of Big Data

The third issue »Politics of Big Data« critically examines the political and economic dimensions of Big Data and thus details its contestation. The contributions focus on the materialities and processes which manifest Big Data and explore forms of value beyond the state and capital.
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Vol. 2, Issue 1/2016 – Quantified Selves and Statistical Bodies

The second issue »Quantified Selves | Statistical Bodies« provides methodological and theoretical reflections on technologically generated knowledge about the body and socio-cultural practices that are subsumed, discussed, and criticized using the key concept »Quantified Self«.
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Vol. 1, Issue 1 – Digital Material/ism

The inaugural issue »Digital Material/ism« presents methodological and theoretical insights into digital materiality and materialism.

Book Chapter


  1. Medialität der Nähe

    Narrative kartographischer Nähe. Nicht bildhaft genug für Bilder, nicht kartographisch genug für Karten?

    Seiten 119 - 136

  2. Geomediale Fiktionen

    Frontmatter

    Seiten 1 - 4
  3. Inhalt

    Seiten 5 - 8
  4. Einleitung

    Seiten 9 - 16
  5. Kapitel 1. Fünfzehnhundertsiebenundachtzig

    Seiten 17 - 74
  6. Kapitel 2. Kontext

    Seiten 75 - 192
  7. Kapitel 3. Methodik

    Seiten 193 - 216
  8. Kapitel 4. Produktionsperspektive: Vier Fallstudien

    Seiten 217 - 272
  9. Kapitel 5. Analyse der Nutzerinterviews

    Seiten 273 - 420
  10. Kapitel 6. Resümee

    Seiten 421 - 450
  11. Literatur

    Seiten 451 - 474
  12. Sublata

    Seiten 475 - 476
  13. Abbildungen

    Seiten 477 - 482
  14. Dank

    Seiten 483 - 485
  15. Backmatter

    Seiten 486 - 488

  16. Big Data

    Infodemiologie - von ›Supply‹ zu ›Demand‹

    Seiten 333 - 364

  17. Digital Culture & Society

    Introduction

    Seiten 5 - 18
  18. A Geology Of Media And A New Materialism

    Seiten 213 - 226
  19. Information Politics

    Seiten 227 - 238
  20. Biographical Notes

    Seiten 239 - 242
  21. Content

    Seiten 3 - 4
  22. I Think it Worked Because Mercury was in the House of Jupiter!

    Seiten 185 - 194
  23. Biographical Notes

    Seiten 195 - 196
  24. Content

    Seiten 3 - 4
  25. Biographical Notes

    Seiten 153 - 154
  26. Content

    Seiten 3 - 4
  27. Introduction. Making and Hacking

    Seiten 5 - 22
  28. Biographical Notes

    Seiten 197 - 198
  29. Content

    Seiten 3 - 4
  30. Biographical Notes

    Seiten 269 - 272
  31. Content

    Seiten 3 - 4
  32. Biographical Notes

    Seiten 219 - 220
  33. Content

    Seiten 3 - 4
  34. Biographical Notes

    Seiten 239 - 242
  35. Content

    Seiten 3 - 4
  36. Introduction

    Seiten 5 - 20
  37. Global Data Justice

    Seiten 197 - 210
  38. Biographical Notes

    Seiten 211 - 212

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