Miriam Rasch

Miriam Rasch is Coordinator of the Research Station and a writer, philosopher, and researcher. She studied Literary Theory and Philosophy, specialising in Ethics. She writes essays about life in post-digital times, with a focus on philosophy of technology, ethics, and language. She’s also a critic publishing with several Dutch media outlets. In 2017 she published Zwemmen in de oceaan: Berichten uit een postdigitale wereld (De Bezige Bij) and in 2018 an open access collection of experimental essays in English, Shadowbook: Writing Through the Digital, 2014-2018 was published by the Institute of Network Cultures. Her philosophical essay about data technology and ethics, Frictie: Ethiek in tijden van dataïsme, came out in May 2020 and was awarded with the Socrates Cup for best philosophical work of the year. In 2022, Autonomie, een zelfhulpgids came out, a search for personal autonomy in an increasingly automated world. More: www.miriamrasch.nl. Email: m.d.rasch@hr.nl