About me

I am Inge, a researcher and teacher in literary and media studies. I work as an assistant professor Online Culture at Tilburg University's School of Humanities & Digital Sciences. Currently, I'm a Marie Skłodowska Curie Fellow residing at the Norwegian Reading Center of the University of Stavanger. You can read more about my project here.

I got my PhD in Comparative Literature from Utrecht University in 2015. I was a Junior Core Fellow at the Institute for Advanced Study in Budapest (2018-'19). I am a board member of Netherlands Institute for Cultural Analysis (NICA) & Vice President of the Tilburg University Young Academy. You can find my CV here.

About me

I am Inge, a researcher and teacher in literary and media studies. I work as an assistant professor Online Culture at Tilburg University's School of Humanities & Digital Sciences. Currently, I'm a Marie Skłodowska Curie Fellow residing at the Norwegian Reading Center of the University of Stavanger. You can read more about my project here.

I got my PhD in Comparative Literature from Utrecht University in 2015. I was a Junior Core Fellow at the Institute for Advanced Study in Budapest (2018-'19). I am a board member of Netherlands Institute for Cultural Analysis (NICA) & Vice President of the Tilburg University Young Academy. You can find my CV here.

The latest

RMeS Winter School & Graduate Symposium 2023

By Inge van de Ven | January 9, 2023
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This year’s RMeS Winter School (26-27 January 2023) will be organised by Tilburg University. For the latest edition of the winter school we invite researchers … Read more

OSL Ravenstein Winter School New Perspectives on the Novel: Histories, Forms, Representations

By Inge van de Ven | January 9, 2023
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Utrecht, 18-20 January 2023 KEYNOTE SPEAKERS Karin Kukkonen (University of Oslo) Caroline Levine (Cornell University) Richard Jean So (McGill University) Although the novel has been … Read more

Inspiratiedag Digitale Literatuur

By Inge van de Ven | September 1, 2022
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Kom ook naar de Inspiratiedag Digitale Literatuur op 13 september in de Bibliotheek LocHal! Met gedichtenmachines, VR, augmented reality, instagram novels, workshops, korte colleges, een … Read more

Project on (un)reliable storytelling: Two research trainee vacancies

By Inge van de Ven | August 8, 2022
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When we are reading or viewing stories, how do we know what sources, characters, and voices to trust? How do we know when we should … Read more

TSHD Digital Humanities Symposium: Fact & Fiction, Trust & Distrust

By Inge van de Ven | July 6, 2022
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On June 29 and 30 the second edition of our TSHD Digital Humanities Symposium took place, organized by representatives from all departments of our School … Read more

Second Digital Humanities Symposium TSHD: Fact & Fiction, Trust & Distrust

By Inge van de Ven | May 26, 2022
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Excited to announce the second Digital Humanities Symposium hosted by Tilburg School of Humanities and Digital Sciences, with the Theme ‘Fact & Fiction, Trust & … Read more

Articles on Wie is de Mol, with Suzanne van der Beek

By Inge van de Ven | May 26, 2022
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In 2020, colleague Suzanne van der Beek and I had a session with students in which we analyzed the popular Dutch TV-show Wie Is de … Read more

Transformations of Attention. Transcriptions Center, UCSB, March 4

By Inge van de Ven | March 1, 2022
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This event brings together experts from diverse fields to reflect on the interrelations between attention economies and the transformation of human capacities for, and modes … Read more

Course Attention: Economies, Media, Affect

By Inge van de Ven | September 1, 2021
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From Sept 27 – Oct 1 I will be teaching this intensive, one-week core course for NICA (Netherlands Institute for Cultural Analysis) for research MA … Read more

Online Symposium The Human in Digital Humanities, June 23 & 24

By Inge van de Ven | April 1, 2021
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Proud to announce the great line up of this online event I am co-organizing on behalf of Tilburg School of Humanities and Digital Sciences (sponsored … Read more

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