Welcome to the collaborators page. Here you can find an overview of inspiring people who contributed to the Polology Research Hive.
We are always looking for people to join our network. So if you are interested in sharing a project with us, please send us an e-mail including a short proposal. Contributions can take on various forms of representations, from articles, reviews, photo-essays, film projects, podcasts or any kind of work that falls within the wide interdisciplinary sphere of Polology.
We are looking forward to your contribution.
Katrin Bahr is a PhD candidate in the Program for German and Scandinavian Studies at the University of Massachusetts Amherst where she is writing her dissertation on the everyday life of East German citizens in Mozambique during the 1980s. Her research interests are GDR History and Culture, Memory Studies, Photography, Post-Colonialism, post-1989 literature, and Holocaust Studies. She is the co-founder of the Third Generation Ost network in the US which brings together scholars to discuss new approaches to East German culture and history.
Joanna Sleigh is a Digital Media Anthropologist interested in civic responses to big data and surveillance capitalism. Joanna will complete her M.A. in Visual and Media Anthropology at Freie Universität Berlin this August 2017. Her background is in media & communications, UX design, and crowdfunding.
Article: Yes the Church of Google exists