I am a PhD student in Digital culture at the University of Bergen in Norway. In my research project, I study the social and technological aspects of the digital practices by scholars in the field of electronic literature in order to provide new insights into the importance of digital tools as theory-building methodologies in the humanities. I distinguish three intertwined attributes of digital tools that shape research practices and outcomes: Databases (storing), Experiments (playing), and Platforms (showing). I teach courses on topics across electronic literature and digital humanities. In addition to my research agenda and teaching record, I have been co-director of the Digital Humanities Network at the University of Bergen and I am on the ELMCIP Knowledge Base editorial board.


Comparative Literature
Critical Code Studies
Digital Culture
Digital Humanities
Electronic Literature


Digital Labor
Publication Platforms