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. I was a Marie Skłodowska Curie Fellow at University of California Santa Barbara's English Department and the Norwegian Reading Center of the University of Stavanger, and a Junior Core Fellow (2018-'19) at the Institute for Advanced Study in Budapest.
I hold a PhD in Comparative Literature from Utrecht University (2015), where I also completed postdoctoral research on creativity in education. I am a board member of Netherlands Institute for Cultural Analysis (NICA) & the Tilburg Young Academy. Last but not least, I teach courses on Attention Economies, Digital Media Aesthetics, and Visual Culture & the Body, and I am coordinator of Tilburg University's Honors Program.
You can find my CV here.
As of the academic year 2023-’24, TiU will start with its new Honors Program, which I will be coordinating. Are you an ambitious student at … Read more
Next academic year (2023-’24), I will be working on a research project for which I have received an open competition grant from NWO. It is … Read more
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
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
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
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
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
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