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Office Coordination

the ADA coordination office (Dr. Dennis Mischke) is responsible for the management and academic management of the center. The office is located at the University Library and works in close connection with all departments and central institutions. ADA coordination office operates with close ties to the "Team Digital Humanities"(coordinated by Dr. Brigitte Grote) as well as to Research Data Management (lead by Sibylle Söring) also located at the University Library. Together with these divisions, we develop services and infrastructures are consistently to make DH expertise (tools, methods, sustainable IT solutions) available on a permanent basis.
The ADA coordination office and the executive board, develop work programs resulting from the content-related and conceptual priorities, as well as and the use of human and material resources required.

Research Coordination Lead



Dr. Dennis Mischke

University Library

Dienste für Forschung: Leitung Ada Lovelace Center für Digital Humanities

Garystr. 39
Room 159
14195 Berlin


The Cosmopolitics of Trust - Herman Melville and the Long Global Century. Dissertation, Ruhr-Universität Bochum, 2015 DOI: https://doi.org/10.13154/294-7536


Mischke, Dennis & Alexander Dunst. Digital Scholarship in American Studies. Special Issue of Amerikastudien/ American Studies (3), 2018.

Wissenschaftliche Artikel (Auswahl):

Mischke, D., Trilcke, P. Sluyter-Gäthje, H. “Workflow-basiertes Lernen in den Geisteswissenschaften: digitale Kompetenzen forschungsnah vermitteln“ in: Bildung in der Digitalen Transformation. Wollersheim und Pengel Ed. Münster, Waxmann 2021.

Mischke, D. "Counting (on) Melville: Moby-Dick, Computational Literary Studies and Encyclopedic Readings ".  A Companion to Herman Melville. Wiley-Blackwell. Eds. Wyn Kelley and Christopher Ohge. (forthcoming in 2021)

Mischke, D,  Choiński, M., Byszuk, J, Göbel, M. "Network Analysis and Spatial Stylometry in American Drama Studies" DH2020 Book of Abstracts, Ottawa, ADHO, 2020

Mischke, D. "Deleuze and the Digital – On the Materiality of Algorithmic Infrastructures" Deleuze and the Material TurnSpecial Issue of Deleuze and Guattari Studies, ed. Simon Schleussener Edinburgh: University Press, 2021 https://doi.org/10.3366/dlgs.2021.0459 

Mischke, D. "Cartographic Intertextuality: Reading Mary Rowlandson with Geographic Information Systems"  eds. Choiński, M. Digital Humanities in American Studies Special Issue, Polish Journal for American Studies Vol.14, Autumn (2020). pp:  221-225

Mischke, D. "‘A universal, uniform humanity’: The German Newspaper Der Kosmopolit  and Entangled Nation-Building in Nineteenth Century Australia." Lars Eckstein and Andrew W. Hurley, eds. Remembering German-Australian Colonial Entanglements. London: Routledge, 2020. (reprint) http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/13688790.2018.1435149

Dunst, A. & Mischke,D. "Introduction: The Challenge and Promise of Digital American Studies" eds. Alexander Dunst and Dennis Mischke. Digital Scholarship in American Studies. Special Issue of Amerikastudien/ American Studies 63(2):2018. https://amst.winter-verlag.de/article/AMST/2018/2/4 

Mischke, D. “Financial Time and Postcolonial Temporality in Joseph O’Neill’s Netherland”. Finance and Society, vol. 4, issue 1, 2018, p.92-107. https://doi.org/10.2218/finsoc.v4i1.2742.

Mischke, D.  “‘A universal, uniform humanity’: The German Newspaper Der Kosmopolit  and Entangled Nation-Building in Nineteenth Century Australia.” eds. Anja Schwarz, Lars Eckstein und Andrew Hurley. Postcolonial Studies Volume 21, 2018. pp. 83-95. https://doi.org/10.1080/13688790.2018.1435149 

Mischke,D. “Underwriting Cosmopolitanisms: Insurance, Slavery and Confidence Games in Herman Melville’s ‘Benito Cereno’ and The Confidence-Man.” eds. Eddy Kent and Terry Tomsky, Negative Cosmopolitanism – Cultures and Politics of World Citizenship after Globalization. McGill–Queens University Press, 2017. https://doi.org/10.2307/j.ctt1w0ddq5.7 

Mischke, D.  “The Disappeard Discoverer – Ludwig Leichhardt and Enlightenment” 1001 Leichhardts, eds. Lindsay Barrett, Lars Eckstein, Andrew Hurley and Anja Schwarz. Queensland Museum https://leichhardt.qm.qld.gov.au/~/media/Microsites/Leichhardt/1001+words/mischke-enlightenment.pdf

Mischke, D. „Othering Otherness: Fictocriticism and the Cosmopolitan Vision.” eds. Jana Gohrisch & Ellen Grünkemeier. ALNEL Papers 18, Amsterdam: Rodopi, 2013.

Mischke, D. “’Unexpected Item in the Bagging Area’? Der berechenbare Prosument, Datenbanken und die Kontrollgesellschaft.“ eds. Peter Drexler und Michael Krause. Hard-Times 92, Herbst 2012. 40-47.

Mischke, D. „Assembled Togetherness: New Materialism and the Aporias of World Citizenship”. Rhizomes 21, 2010. http://www.rhizomes.net/issue21/mischke.html

Mischke, D. & Haack, J. „Social Software in interdisziplinären Lernszenarien der Kognitions- und Neurowissenschaft“. Rebensburg, K. ed. Grundfragen Multimedialen Lehrens  und Lernens (GML2   2007). Berlin: SEL Alcatel Stiftung für Kommunikationsforschung, 2009. http://www.psych.uni-potsdam.de/people/haack/files/Mischke-Haack-GML07.pdf

Mischke, D. „Educational Blogging und Literaturdidaktik, Computergestütztes, Sozialvernetztes Lernen in den Geisteswissenschaften“. Laabs, H. ed. Multimedies2007. Potsdam: Universitätsverlag, 2007.

Haack, J. & Mischke, D. „Fallbasiertes Lernen in Interdisziplinären Lernmodulen“. Fellbaum, ed. Grundfragen des multimedialen Lehrens und Lernens GML2 2005. Aachen: Shaker Verlag, 2005.

Haack, J. & Mischke, D. „Applying Transfer in Goal-Based Interdisciplinary Learning Environments”. Proceedings ISPRS. Potsdam, 2005. http://www.psych.uni-potsdam.de/people/haack/files/Haack-Mischke-2005.pdf