Susan Schreibman is Professor of Digital Arts and Culture.
She works at the intersections of computationally-based teaching and research in the interplay of the digital archive, cultural innovation, and participatory engagement design, processes and projects.
A focus of her research is in the design, critical, and interpretative analysis of systems that remediate publication modalities and manuscript culture from the analogue world, while developing new born-digital paradigms. Her areas of specialisation include Digital Humanities, Media Studies, Literary Modernism, and Irish Cultural Studies.
Her teaching iat Maastricht University is research-led and includes courses in Digital Humanities, Design Thinking, Maker Culture, Creating Digital Collections and Archives, and User-centred design. She also specialises in online, hybrid, and blended learning modalities
Professor Schreibman’s current research projects include:
- Contested Memories: The Battle of Mount Street Bridge