Global Digital Media: Interventions from Intersectional, Queerfeminist and Postcolonial Perspectives

Author Biographies

Anna Antonakis, Freie Universität Berlin

Dr. Anna Antonakis is a post-doctoral researcher based at Freie Universität Berlin: As an interdisciplinary scholar, she explores questions around networked media representations and technologies, social mobilization and security/ies from an intersectional and postcolonial perspective. She is the author of the book Renegotiating Gender and the State in Tunisia: Power, Positionality and the Public Sphere (VS Springer 2019).

Ricarda Drüeke, University of Salzburg

Dr. Ricarda Drüeke is Associate Professor in the Department of Communication Studies at the University of Salzburg, Austria. Her research interests are political communication and digital publics, digital activism and networked feminism. Among others, she is co-author of Spaces of Identity in the Context of Media Images and Artistic Representations of Refugees and Migration in Austria (European Journal of Cultural Studies 2021).

Published
2022-02-07
How to Cite
Antonakis, A., & Drüeke, R. (2022). Global Digital Media: Interventions from Intersectional, Queerfeminist and Postcolonial Perspectives. Global Media Journal - German Edition, 11(2). Retrieved from https://globalmediajournal.de/index.php/gmj/article/view/206