Hannah Ackermans

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Hannah Ackermans is a PhD candidate in Digital Culture at the University of Bergen in Norway. Ackermans researches the social and technological aspects of academic digital practices in the field of electronic literature, in order to provide insights into digital tools as theory-building methodologies in the humanities. In addition to their research and teaching record in electronic literature and digital humanities, Ackermans was co-director of the Digital Humanities Network at the University of Bergen throughout 2019 and is a member of the ELMCIP Knowledge Base editorial board.

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"Flows Dream / Shapes Hold": Tijdsgebondenheid, Overwriting, en Remixen in Generatieve Dichtkunst Article in a print journal Vooys 2016
A Platform's Media Specificity in Context: Follow the Pathfinders Conference paper or presentation 2021
A Stretch of the Imagination: Transforming Writing Under Constraint into an Inclusive Practice Conference paper or presentation 2020
Action session day 1 Conference panel or roundtable 2016
Action Session Day 2 Conference panel or roundtable
Appealing to Your Better Judgement: A Call for Database Criticism Article in an online journal Electronic Book Review (ebr) 2020
Better with the Sound On; or, The Singularity of Reading and Writing Under Constraint Article in an online journal 2021
book review: Bodies of Interpretation Review Contemporary Women's Writing 2021
CELL Project Meeting Conference panel or roundtable 2018
Classroom Netprov: A Walkthrough of Electronic Literature Support Group for Teachers Article in an online journal Kairos: A Journal of Rhetoric, Technology, and Pedagogy 2021
Electronic Literature in the Database and the Database in Electronic Literature Article in an online journal Communications. Media. Design 2019
ELO 2018: Database Collaboration, Facial Recognition, and Third Generation Electronic Literature Event review or trip report, Weblog 2018
Follow the Pathfinders: a Case Study Approach to Production, Use, and Readership on Scalar Article in an online journal Hyperrhiz: New Media Cultures 2021
Generations of Meaning Conference paper or presentation 2016
Genre-bending on an Academic Platform: Three Creative Works on Scalar Article in an online journal Association for Computing Machinery 2021
How an Academic Companion Website Makes Media-Specific Arguments Review American Quaterly 2020
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
Medium and Meaning Conference panel or roundtable
Modeling Literature: How Generative Literature Produces Literature Anew Conference paper or presentation 2016

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