Hannah Ackermans

Person
Residency: 
Bergen
Norway
NO
Nationality: 
Netherlands
NL
Born: 
1991
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Hannah Ackermans is a PhD student in digital culture at the University of Bergen (Norway). She completed the research master Comparative Literary Studies at Utrecht University (The Netherlands). During her MA, she specialized in electronic literature and she wrote her MA thesis on computer-generated literature as a modeling practice which renegotiates literary theory. Her PhD project is called “Electronic Literature: Reimagining Digital Tools in/and the Humanities”.

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Critical writing by this author:

Title Publication Type Publisher Year
How to Review a Database Conference paper or presentation 2019
Let’s Talk About Databases: Acts of Interpretation in Browsing the Leading Structure of the Information Age Conference paper or presentation 2019
Narrating the Sociality of the Database: A Digital Hermeneutic Reading of The Atlas Group Archive and haikU (paper) Article in an online journal Association for Computing Machinery 2019
Narrating the Sociality of the Database: A Digital Hermeneutic Reading of The Atlas Group Archive and haikU (presentation) Conference paper or presentation 2019
Nodes Without Edges: Peripheries of the Database Conference paper or presentation 2019
Visible and Invisible Archives: The Database Aesthetics of The Atlas Group Archive and haikU Conference paper or presentation 2019
CELL Project Meeting Conference panel or roundtable 2018
ELO 2018: Database Collaboration, Facial Recognition, and Third Generation Electronic Literature Event review or trip report, Weblog 2018
Narrating (Through) Space: Implementation as a Diffractive Reading Between Text and Context Conference paper or presentation 2018
Re-imagining the City: (Con)Textual Gaps in Implementation and #QtCoL Conference paper or presentation 2018
Source Code: Linguistic, Literary, and Cultural Meaning-Making in Generative Literature (paper) Article in an online journal 2018
Source Code: Linguistic, Literary, and Cultural Meaning-Making in Generative Literature Conference paper or presentation 2017
""Flows Dream / Shapes Hold": Tijdsgebondenheid, Overwriting, en Remixen in Generatieve Dichtkunst Article in a print journal Vooys 2016
Generations of Meaning Conference paper or presentation 2016
Modeling Literature: How Generative Literature Produces Literature Anew Conference paper or presentation 2016
Transmedial and Transnational (Re-)Contextualisation: The Atlas Group Archive as an Instance of Traveling Memory Conference paper or presentation 2016
Action session day 1 Conference panel or roundtable
Action Session Day 2 Conference panel or roundtable
Medium and Meaning Conference panel or roundtable

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UU First Humanities Student Conference: Time and Temporality Utrecht 09.01.2015 Conference
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