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Bronwen Deacon

Bronwen Deacon works in the research project Organisational Adaptivity in the German Higher Education Context (OrA) within the research programme “Knowledge & Society“. There she researches the digitalisation of higher education as a doctoral candidate and research assistant with a special focus on organisational aspects and leadership roles. Previously, she worked at HIIG as project manager for the essay competition “twentyforty“. She studied at the Universität of Arts Berlin (UdK) and at the Stockholm University (SU) and holds a bachelor and a masters degree in “Communication in Social and Economic Contexts” (GWK). Between her bachelor and master studies, she worked for one year as a strategist and innovation manager at the branding agency Brand Union (now Superunion).

During her Bachelor’s degree, she focused on strategic communication planning and behavioural psychology. During her Master’s degree, she focused on the future of political communication in the context of media change. In her master’s thesis “Knowledge & Politics”, an empirical study, she examined the source citations of selected politicians in their online communication (on Twitter) during the 2019 European election campaign in Germany. Bronwen is particularly interested in the changes in social structures and processes brought about by media change.

Bronwen Deacon | HIIG

Position

Researcher and project manager: Knowledge & Society

Book contributions and chapters

Fecher, B., Deacon, B., Ingen-Housz, T., Sokolovska, N. (Eds.) (2020). An Unlikely Experiment., Twentyfourty - Utopias for the Digital Society (pp. 9-15) Berlin: Humboldt Institute for Internet and Society. DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.3678207 Publication details

Other publications

Deacon, B. & Laufer, M. (2020). The rapid digital turn: How are universities faring? Digital society blog. Publication details

Panels

Projects of a Digital Future – interventions and talk
Berlin Sci-Fi Film Fest. Berlin Sci-Fi FilmFest. Babylon Cinema, Berlin, Germany: 30.11.2019 Further information

Bronwen Deacon