Due to illness, this event had to be cancelled and postponed probably until end of february.
Dr. Julia Pohle
from the Berlin Social Science Center will give the presentation "Politik des Digitalen - eine feldtheoretische Retrospektive [Politics of the Digital - a Field Theoretical Retrospective]" at our lecture series "Leibniz Media Lunch Talks
.” A short introduction will be given by PD Dr. Matthias Kettemann
and Dr. Jan-Hinrik Schmidt
About the Presentation
Is digital policy an independent policy field? The field-theoretically based retrospective of internet political episodes from the 1980s to the present shows that this question is politically relevant. Whether the Internet and digitisation are perceived as a sub-issue of economic or security policy or as a separate area of regulation influences political goals, actors and disputes.
About the Person
Dr. Julia Pohle has been a research associate in the group "Politics of Digitalization" at the Social Science Research Center Berlin since 2015. Previously, she worked for several years at UNESCO in Paris and at the Center for Studies in Media, Technology and Innovation (SMIT) in Brussels. Her research focuses on the actors, conflicts and institutions of national and global digital policy and the historical development of communication policy. She holds a PhD in communication science from Vrije University Brussel and a master's degree in communication science and computer science from the Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin. Julia is currently co-chair of the Section for Communication Policy & Technology of the International Association for Media and Communication Research (IAMCR) and represents civil society and academia in the Internet Governance Forum Germany (IGF-D).
Leibniz Media Lunch Talks
The Leibniz Media Lunch Talks are an informal atmosphere where researchers present current topics and interim results from their research or doctoral projects. You are welcome to bring your own lunch and enjoy it during the talk.
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