Johanna Mack (M.A.)

Johanna Mack is a PhD-Fellow in the Graduate School Medas21 and contributes to the Erich-Brost-Institute's Africa-Project. She is a co-editor of the German website of the European Journalism Observatory.

With a focus on cultural and literary studies, she completed a masters degree in National and Transnational Studies at Werstfälische Wilhelms-Universität in Münster and a Bachelor degree in Applied Literary and Cultural Studies, Journalism and French at TU Dortmund and Ruhr Universität Bochum.

Work and Research brought her to Rome (Radio Vaticana) as a freelancer, to India and Cambodia as a participant in summer schools and to Worcester (UK) for an Erasmus semester. In 2017, she helped to co-organize an excursion to Jordan for masters students at the Erich-Brost-Institute and in 2018 she helped to implement a workshop on media and migration in Côte d'Ivoire. In 2019 she co-organized the September School on Media and Migration in Rabat and the tandem-programme during the 2019
EJTA-Conference. She is a co-organizer and teamleader of student assistants for the exhibition of Yoko Ono's participatory artwork "Add Color (Refugee Boat)" in the Container below the Dortmunder U.

 

Publications:

Mack, Johanna: „Bots – Wer trägt die Verantwortung?“ In: Krone, Jan; Pellegrino, Tassilo (Hrsg.): Medienwandel Kompakt 2017-2019. Schlaglichter der Veränderung in Kommunikation, Medienwirtschaft, Medienpolitik und Medienrecht – Ausgewählte Netzveröffentlichungen. Springer Verlag – Life Edition, Hamburg, 2019