Robert Stock

I am a researcher at the University of Konstanz where I coordinate the DFG-research unit Mediale Teilhabe. Partizipation zwischen Anspruch und Inanspruchnahme. I have a PhD in Cultural Studies from the University of Gießen (2017) and hold a Master Degree in European Ethnography from the Humboldt-University of Berlin (2009). In my dissertation project at the International Graduate Centre for the Study of Culture (Gießen) I analyzed postcolonial memory politics in documentary films from Mozambique and Portugal (published with transcript in 2018). In my postdoc project, I analyze the relationships between dis-/ability, music and digital media.

My main research interests are the cultural and media practices of hearing and seeing, digital media and dis-/ability, collaborative film making, ambivalences of audiovisual testimony, and postcolonial memory politics.

Singing altogether now. Unsettling images of disability and experimental filmic practices. Documentary and Disability. Ed. by Helen Hughes and Catalin Brylla. London: Routledge 2017.

senseAbility. Mediale Praktiken des Sehens und Hörens. Ed. together with Beate Ochsner. Bielefeld: transcript 2016.

ReClaiming Participation. Technology – Mediation – Collectivity. Ed. together with Mathias Deneke, Anne Ganzert and Isabell Otto. Bielefeld: transcript 2016.

Das Hören des Cochlea-Implantats.” Historische Anthropologie 22.3 (2014), 408-245 (zus. mit Beate Ochsner).

Translations of blind perception in the films Monika (2011) and Antoine (2008). InVisible Culture 19 (2013). Special Issue: Blind Spots. (zus. mit Beate Ochsner).