Since November 2014, I have helped my colleague Dr. Gotz Bachmann with teaching the first cohort of the Digital Media
major at Leuphana University in Luneburg. As this is a new study program, I have been helping in the conceptualization of the
study program – focused on the way in which media theory and social theory merge, and could be applied to the way in which digital cultures are studied today. More info here.
I also teach a course called Sound Society: studying the consumption, production and distribution of music. The main goal of this course is to create a theoretical and empirical understanding of the role of music in our lives today. The impacts of the internet and mobile technology on music consumption, production and distribution are addressed, drawing from various approaches ranging from media studies, musicology, sociology, philosophy, and human geography.