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Associate Professor

Holger Pötzsch

Associate Professor Media- and Documentation Studies
Department of Language and Culture




Research interests

Media studies: Critical and materialist approaches to digital technologies

Film studies: War films, (neo)formalist approaches

Game studies: War games, (neo)formalist approaches

Border studies: Border technologies, border culture

Memory studies: Cultural and media memories

PUBLICATIONS:

Please access my contributions to the academic blog Medienrealität (ed. Michael Meyen) here: https://medienblog.hypotheses.org/author/holgerpotzsch

EDITORSHIP:

Hammond, Phil & Holger Pötzsch (eds.). 2019. War Game: Memory, Militarism, and the Subject of Play. New York: Bloomsbury Academic. (forthcoming)

Beyer, Christian, Juliane C. Bockwoldt, Emil L. Hammar & Holger Pötzsch (eds.). 2019. Manufacturing Monsters. Special issue. Nordlit 42. (forthcoming)

Pötzsch, Holger & Phil Hammond (eds.). 2016. WAR/GAME. Special issue. Game Studies, Vol. 16(2).

ARTICLES & BOOK CHAPTERS:

Forthcoming:

“Capturing Clouds: Imag(in)ing the Materiality of Digital Networks”, in Johan Schimanski & Jopi Nyman (eds.) Border Images/Border Narratives. Manchester: Manchester University Press. (2020)

"Grenzen und Technologie", in Ed. Dominik Gerst Handbuch der Grenzforschung (2020)

"Playing Perpetrators: Interrogating Evil in Videogames about Violent Conflict", in Susanne C. Knittel und Zachary Goldberg (eds.) Routledge Handbook of Perpetrator Studies. London: Routledge (with Emil Hammar, UiT). (2019)

"Calculating Lives? Memory, Archive, and Identity in a Digital Era", in Eds. Johannes Riquet & Martin Heusser. Imaging Identity. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan. (2019)

"Positioning Players as Political Subjects: Forms of Estrangement and the Presentation of War in This War of Mine and Spec Ops: The Line" in Eds. Phil Hammond & Holger Pötzsch, War Game: Memory, Militarism, and the Subject of Play. New York: Bloomsbury (2019)

Works published:

2019:

"Critical Digital Literacy: Technology in Education Beyond Issues of User Competence and Labour-Market Qualifications", TripleC, Vol. 17(2), 221-240.

"A Tale of Two Versions: I Am Legend and the Political Economy of Cultural Production", Nordlit, Vol. 42, 171-190.

"Uwe Krüger: Mainstream: Warum wir den Medien nicht mehr trauen", book review, Nordlit, Vol. 42, 375-380.

"Communicative Digital Skills", in Tony Burner et al. (eds.) 101 Ways of Teaching English. Bergen: Fagbokforlaget. (with Hilde Brox, UiT).

"Playing Cultural Memory: Framing History in 'Call of Duty: Black Ops' and 'Czechoslovakia 38-89: Assassination'", Games & Culture, Vol. 14(1), 3-25. (with Vit Sisler, Charles University in Prague)

"From a New Seeing to a New Acting: Viktor Shklovsky's Ostranenie and Analyses of Games and Play", in Eds. Howard Mancing and Slav Gratchev Viktor Shklovsky’s Heritage in Literature, Art and Philosophy. Lanham: Rowman & Littlefield (chapter 18).

"Forms and Practices of Transgressivity in Videogames: Aesthetics, Play, and Politics", in: Eds. Kristine Jørgensen and Faltin Karlsen. Transgression in Games and Play. Cambridge: MIT Press (chapter 3).

"Der blinde Fleck Computerspiel." In Michael Meyen (Hrsg.): Das mediale Erbe der DDR @LMU https://medienerbe.hypotheses.org/201 

2018:

"Of Monsters and Men: Forms of Evil in War Films", in Eds. Marzena Sokolowska-Paryz & Martin Löschnigg. The Enemy in Contemporary Film. Berlin: Walter de Gruyter, 53-72.

"iBorder/ing", in Eds. Celia Lury, Emma Uprichard et.al.. Routledge Handbook of Interdisciplinary Research Methods. London: Routledge, 99-103.

"Archives and Identity in the Context of Social Media and Algorithmic Analytics: Towards an Understanding of iArchive and Predictive Retention", New Media & Society, Vol. 20(9), 3304-3322.

2017:

"Playing Games with Shklovsky, Brecht, and Boal: Ostranenie, V-Effect, and Spect-Actors as Analytical Tools for Game Studies", Game Studies, Vol. 17(2), 1-19.

"Media Matter", TripleC: Communication, Capitalism & Critique, Vol. 15(1), 148-170.

"In/Visibility", in: Eds. J. Schimanski and S. Wolfe. Border Aesthetics. New York: Berghahn Books, 68-89 (with Chiara Brambilla, University of Bergamo).

“Selective Realism: Filtering Experiences of War in the First- and Third-Person Shooter”, Games & Culture, Vol. 12(2), 156-178.

 2016:

"War/Game: Studying Relations Between Violent Conflict, Games, and Play", Game Studies, Vol. 16(2), 1-14 (with Phil Hammond, LSBU).

“Investigating the Culture-Media-Security Nexus”, in: Eds. Piers Robinson, Philip Seib, and Romy Fröhlich. Routledge Handbook of Media, Conflict, and Security. London: Routledge, 36-50.

"Materialist Perspectives on Digital Technologies: Informing Debates on Digital Literacy and Competence", Nordicom Review, Vol. 37(1), 119-132.

"Etter beste kjønn", book review, Norsk Tidsskrift for Kjønnsforskning, Vol. 40(2), 57-62.

 2015:

“Seeing and Thinking Borders”, in: Eds. C. Brambilla, J. Laine, J.W. Scott and G. Bocchi. Borderscaping: Imaginations and Practices of Border Making. Farnham: Ashgate, 217-228.

“Art Across Borders: Dislocating Artistic and Curatorial Practices in the Barents Euro-Arctic Region”, Journal of Borderlands Studies, Vol. 30(1), 111-125. 

"iBorder: Bringing STS into Border Research", Proceedings of the ISIS Summit Vienna 2015, 3–7 June 2015; Sciforum Electronic Conference Series, Vol. 1, doi:10.3390/isis-summit-vienna-2015-T3.3003

"iBorder, Bordering, Borderscapes: A Conversation", Environment & Planning D: Society & Space Open Site, March 5 (with Chiara Brambilla, University of Bergamo).

"The Emergence of iBorder: Bordering Bodies, Networks, and Machines", Environment & Planning D: Society & Space, Vol. 33(1), 101-118.

"The Emergence of iWar: Changing Practices and Perceptions of Military Engagement in a Digital Era", New Media & Society, Vol. 17(1), 78-95.

2014:

"Games and Brains", Dichtung Digital: Journal für Kunst und Kultur digitaler Medien, No. 44, 29 December.
"Posthumanism, Technogenesis, and Digital Technologies: A Conversation with Katherine N. Hayles", The Fibreculture Journal 23, 95-107.

“The Ubiquitous Absence of the Enemy in Contemporary Israeli War Films”, in: The Philosophy of War Films (ed. David LaRocca), Univ Press of Kentucky, 313-333.

2013:

"Ubiquitously Absent Enemies: Character Engagement in the Contemporary War Film", Nordicom Review, Vol. 34(1), 125-144.

“Beyond Mimesis: War, Memory, and History in Clint Eastwood’s ‘Flags of our Fathers’, in: Anne Gjelsvik and Rikke Schubart (eds.): Eastwood’s Iwo Jima: A Critical Engagement With ‘Flags of our Fathers’ and ‘Letters from Iwo Jima’, London: Wallflower Press, 119-138.

"Picturing Afghanistan: The Photography of Foreign Conflict", book review, Media, War & Conflict 2013, Vol. 6(2), 176-178.

"Mind the Gap", essay, Chto Delat Newspaper, February 2013, 5.

2012:

“Rearticulating the Experience of War in ‘Anonyma: Eine Frau in Berlin”, Nordlit Vol. 30, 15-33.

“Film som uløst gåte: en samtale med Knut Erik Jensen”, interview, in: Ingeborg Breines, Viggo Rossvær and Audun Øfsti (eds.): Virkeligheten sett gjennom kunstnerøyne. Stamsund: Orkana Akademisk, 144-161.

“Renegotiating Difficult Pasts: Two Documentary Dramas on Bloody Sunday, Derry 1972”, Memory Studies, 5(2), 206-222.

“Framing Narratives: Opening Sequences in Contemporary American and British War Films”, Media, War, and Conflict Vol. 5(2), 155-173.

"Imag(in)ing Painful Pasts: Mimetic and Poetic Style in War Films", in: Asbjørn Grønstad and Henrik Gustafsson (eds.) Ethics and Images of Pain, London: Routledge, 251-278.

“Aspects of Liminality in Knut Erik Jensen’s ‘Stella Polaris’”, Folklore Vol. 52 (special issue on 'Writing Cultures and Traditions at Borders'), 118-123.

"War's New Clothes? Diffusing Norway's Military Engagement in Afghanistan", in: Ned Rossiter and Anna Reading: Digital Media Research #1: Data, Memory, Territory. Sydney: School of Humanities and Communication Arts, University of Western Sydney, 21-24. (conference proceedings)

Between Constitutive Absence and Subversive Presence: Self and Other in the Contemporary War Film, Dissertation for the Degree of Philosophiae Doctor, 188 pages.

2011:

“Krigens nye klær: Perspektiver på nye medier, medievitenskap og politikk", Norsk Medietidsskrift, 2/2011, 164-174.

“Borders, Barriers, and Grievable Lives: The Discursive Production of Self and Other in Film and Other Audio-Visual Media”, Nordicom Review 32(2), 75-94.

“Liminale Räume in Dragojevics ‘Lepa Sela, Lepo Gore’ und Tanovics ‘Nicija Zemlja’”, in: Bobinac, Luthar, Müller-Funk, Stern, Lauggas, Finzi (eds.): Kulturanalyse im zentraleuropäischen Kontext. Tübingen: Francke Verlag, 89-104.

2010:

“Challenging the Border as Barrier: Liminality in Terrence Malick’s ‘The Thin Red Line’”, Journal for Borderlands Studies, 25(1), 67-80.

“Articulating Threats/Threatening Articulations: The Discursive Impact of Persistent Organic Pollutants (POPs) on Local Systems of Meaning” in: Trine Fossland and Kjersti Fjørtoft (eds.) Approaching Citizenship, Encounters, and Place Enactment. CEPIN Working Papers II, Univ. i Tromsø.

2009:

“’Black Hawk Down’: Film zwischen Reflektion und Konstruktion gesellschaftlicher Wirklichkeit”, International Review of Education 55, 269-284.

Teaching

Courses developed

Media, War, and Conflict: An introduction to key issues and debates (9ECTS; BA). Institut für Kommunikationswissenschaften/Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München (IfKW/LMU) (WS 2018/19). More info here.

HIF-3112: Film as Method and Data (10 credits; MA). Co-developed with Haile Seifu, Prudence Uriri, and Andreas Buch (all MediaLab HSL).

HIF-3111: Manufacturing Monsters (10 credits; MA). Co-developed with Emil Hammar, Juliane Bockwoldt, and Christian Beyer (all ISK).

MDV-3050: Teori og metode for medie- og dokumentasjonsvitenskap [Theory and Method in Media and Documentation Studies] (20 credits; MA). Syllabus and lecture plan for autumn term 2017 can be accessed here.

MDV-1003: Medier, kommunikasjon og samfunn [Media, Communication, and Society] (20 credits; BA).

HIF-3201: Image/Culture/War (10 credits; MA).

DOK-6301: Informasjonskompetanse i en digital tid [Information Literacy in a Digital Age] (10 credits).

Publications in CRIStin


  • Pötzsch, Holger. Uwe Krüger: Warum wir den Medien nicht mehr trauen. Nordlit 2019; Volum 42. ISSN 0809-1668.s 375 - 380.s doi: https://doi.org/10.7557/13.5020.

  • Pötzsch, Holger; Hammar, Emil. Playing Perpetrators: Interrogating Evil in Videogames about Violent Conflicts. 2019 ISBN 9781138103245.

  • Pötzsch, Holger. Positioning Players as Political Subjects: Forms of Estrangement and the Presentation of War in This War of Mine and Spec Ops: The Line. Bloomsbury Academic 2019 ISBN 9781501351150.s 241 - 257.

  • Pötzsch, Holger. Calculating Lives? Memory, Archive, and Identity in a Digital Era. Palgrave Macmillan 2019 ISBN 9783030217730.

  • Pötzsch, Holger. Critical Digital Literacy: Technology in Education Beyond Issues of User Competence and Labour-Market Qualifications. (data) (fulltekst) tripleC: Communication, Capitalism & Critique 2019; Volum 17 (2). ISSN 1726-670X.s 221 - 240.s doi: 10.31269/triplec.v17i2.1093.

  • Brox, Hilde; Pötzsch, Holger. Communicative digital skills. Fagbokforlaget 2019 ISBN 9788245026597.s 71 - 84.

  • Pötzsch, Holger. From a New Seeing to a New Acting: Viktor Shklovsky's Ostranenie and Analyses of Games and Play. Rowman & Littlefield Publishers 2019 ISBN 978-1498597920.

  • Pötzsch, Holger. A Tale of Two Versions: I Am Legend and the Political Economy of Cultural Production. Nordlit 2019; Volum 42. ISSN 0809-1668.s 171 - 190.s doi: https://doi.org/10.7557/13.5011.

  • Pötzsch, Holger. Forms and Practices of Transgressivity in Videogames: Aesthetics, Play, and Politics. MIT Press 2018 ISBN 9780262038652.s 45 - 62.

  • Pötzsch, Holger. iBorder/ing. Routledge 2018 ISBN 9781138886872.s 99 - 103.

  • Pötzsch, Holger. Of Monsters and Men: Forms of Evil in War Films. Walter de Gruyter 2018 ISBN 978-3-11-059121-7.s 53 - 72.

  • Pötzsch, Holger. Media Matter. (data) (fulltekst) tripleC: Communication, Capitalism & Critique 2017; Volum 15 (1). ISSN 1726-670X.s 148 - 170.

  • Pötzsch, Holger. Playing Games with Shklovsky, Brecht, and Boal: Ostranenie, V-Effect, and Spect-Actors as Analytical Tools for Game Studies. (data) (fulltekst) Game Studies 2017; Volum 17 (2). ISSN 1604-7982.

  • Pötzsch, Holger. Archives and Identity in the Context of Social Media and Algorithmic Analytics: Towards an Understanding of iArchive and Predictive Retention. (data) (fulltekst) New Media & Society 2017; Volum 20 (9). ISSN 1461-4448.s 3304 - 3322.s doi: 10.1177/1461444817748483.

  • Brambilla, Chiara; Pötzsch, Holger. In/Visibility. Berghahn Books 2017 ISBN 9781785334641.s 68 - 89.

  • Pötzsch, Holger. Materialist perspectives on digital technologies : informing debates on digital literacy and competence. (data) Nordicom Review 2016; Volum 37 (1). ISSN 1403-1108.s 119 - 132.s doi: 10.1515/nor-2016-0006.

  • Pötzsch, Holger; Hammond, Philip. War/Game: Studying Relations Between Violent Conflict, Games, and Play. (fulltekst) (prosjekt) Game Studies 2016; Volum 16 (2). ISSN 1604-7982.

  • Pötzsch, Holger. Investigating the Culture-Media-Security Nexus. Routledge 2016 ISBN 978-0415712910.s 36 - 50.

  • Pötzsch, Holger. Etter beste kjønn. Tidsskrift for kjønnsforskning 2016; Volum 40 (2). ISSN 0809-6341.s 141 - 145.s doi: 10.18261/issn.1891-1781-2016-02-05.

  • Pötzsch, Holger; Sisler, Vit. Playing Cultural Memory: Framing History in 'Call of Duty: Black Ops' and 'Czechoslovakia 38-89: Assassination'. (data) (fulltekst) (prosjekt) Games and Culture 2016; Volum 14 (1). ISSN 1555-4120.s 3 - 25.s doi: 10.1177/1555412016638603.

  • Pötzsch, Holger. The emergence of iWar: Changing practices and perceptions of military engagement in a digital era. (data) New Media & Society 2015; Volum 17 (1). ISSN 1461-4448.s 78 - 95.s doi: 10.1177/1461444813516834.

  • Pötzsch, Holger. Seeing and Thinking Borders. Ashgate 2015 ISBN 978-1-4724-5146-0.s 217 - 228.

  • Pötzsch, Holger. The emergence of iBorder: Bordering bodies, networks, and machines. Environment & Planning. D, Society and Space 2015; Volum 33 (1). ISSN 0263-7758.s 101 - 118.s doi: 10.1068/d14050p.

  • Pötzsch, Holger. Selective Realism: Filtering Experiences of War and Violence in First- and Third-Person Shooters. (data) (prosjekt) Games and Culture 2015; Volum 12 (2). ISSN 1555-4120.s 156 - 178.s doi: 10.1177/1555412015587802.

  • Pötzsch, Holger. Art Across Borders: Dislocating Artistic and Curatorial Practices in the Barents Euro-Arctic Region. (data) Journal of Borderlands Studies 2015. ISSN 0886-5655.

  • Pötzsch, Holger. "The Emergence of iBorder: Bordering Bodies, Networks, and Machines". Environment & Planning. D, Society and Space 2015; Volum 33 (1). ISSN 0263-7758.s 101 - 118.

  • Pötzsch, Holger. The Ubiquitous Absence of the Enemy in Contemporary Israeli War Films. The University Press of Kentucky 2014 ISBN 978-0-8131-4512-9.s 313 - 330.

  • Pötzsch, Holger. Games and Brains. (data) (prosjekt) Dichtung-Digital 2014; Volum 44. ISSN 1617-6901.s 1 - 7.

  • Pötzsch, Holger. Beyond Mimesis. War, History, and Memory in Eastwood’s Flags of our Fathers. Wallflower Press 2013 ISBN 978-0-231-16565-5.

  • Pötzsch, Holger. Ubiquitous absence : character engagement in the contemporary war film. Nordicom Review 2013; Volum 34 (1). ISSN 1403-1108.s 125 - 144.s doi: http://www.nordicom.gu.se/common/publ_pdf/382_potsch.pdf.

  • Pötzsch, Holger. Renegotiating difficult pasts: Two documentary dramas on Bloody Sunday, Derry 1972. Memory Studies 2012; Volum 5 (2). ISSN 1750-6980.s 206 - 222.s doi: 10.1177/1750698011418151.

  • Pötzsch, Holger. War's New Clothes? Diffusing Norway's Military Engagement in Afghanistan. 2012.s 21 - 24.

  • Pötzsch, Holger. Aspects of Liminality in Knut Erik Jensen's 'Stella Polaris'. Folklore. Electronic Journal of Folklore 2012 (52). ISSN 1406-0957.s 118 - 123.

  • Pötzsch, Holger. Rearticulating the Experience of War in 'Eine Frau in Berlin'. Nordlit 2012; Volum 30. ISSN 0809-1668.s 15 - 33.

  • Pötzsch, Holger. Imag(in)ing Painful Pasts: Mimetic and Poetic Style in War Films. Routledge 2012 ISBN 978-0-415-89382-4.s 251 - 278.

  • Pötzsch, Holger. Framing Narratives: Opening Sequences in Contemporary American and British War Films. Media, War & Conflict 2012; Volum 5 (2). ISSN 1750-6352.s 155 - 173.

  • Pötzsch, Holger. Borders, barriers and grievable lives : the discursive production of self and other in film and other audio-visual media. (data) Nordicom Review 2011; Volum 32 (2). ISSN 1403-1108.s 75 - 94.

  • Pötzsch, Holger. Liminale Räume in Srdjan Dragojevićs 'Lepa Sela, Lepa Gore' und Danis Tanovićs 'Ničija Zemlja'. A. Francke Verlag 2011 ISBN 978-3-7720-8434-8.s 89 - 104.

  • Pötzsch, Holger. "Challenging the Border as a Barrier: Liminality in Terrence Malick's 'The Thin Red Line'". (data) Journal of Borderlands Studies 2010; Volum 25 (1). ISSN 0886-5655.s 67 - 80.

  • Pötzsch, Holger. "'Black Hawk Down': Film zwischen Reflektion und Konstruktion gesellschaftlicher Wirklichkeit". International Review of Education 2009; Volum 55 (2). ISSN 0020-8566.s 269 - 284.

  • Pötzsch, Holger; Hammond, Philip. War Games: Memory, Militarism and the Subject of Play. Bloomsbury Academic 2019 ISBN 9781501351150.s 72 - 99.

  • Pötzsch, Holger. Kapitalismus, Big Data und die neue Rolle der Archive: Anmerkungen zu kritischer Medienkompetenz in digitalen Zeiten. Jahrestagung des Netzwerkes kritische Kommunikationswissenschaften 2019-11-21 - 2019-11-23 2019.

  • Pötzsch, Holger. Kritisk digital kompetanse: Materialitet og makt i digitale nettverk. Nettverkssamling for samfunnsfag, religion og etikk, historie og geografi 2019-11-18 - 2019-11-18 2019.

  • Pötzsch, Holger; Beyer, Christian; Hammar, Emil; Bockwoldt, Juliane C. Seeing (With, Through, and As) Monsters—An Introduction to the Special Issue. Nordlit 2019; Volum 42. ISSN 0809-1668.s 11 - 24.s doi: https://doi.org/10.7557/13.5001.

  • Pötzsch, Holger. Kritisk digital kompetanse: Materialitet og makt i digitale nettverk. Fagdag for lærerspesialister og skoleledere 2019-09-05 - 2019-09-05 2019.

  • Pötzsch, Holger. Von Menschen, Müttern, KI und dem Ende der Welt. Medienrealität 2019.s doi: https://medienblog.hypotheses.org/6262.

  • Pötzsch, Holger. Wer ist das Kapital?. Medienrealität 2019.s doi: https://medienblog.hypotheses.org/5941.

  • Pötzsch, Holger. Der blinde Fleck Computerspiel.. Das mediale Erbe der DDR @LMU 2019.s doi: https://medienerbe.hypotheses.org/201.

  • Pötzsch, Holger. Medieneffekte – Medienrealitäten: Zur Ideologie von Film und Spiel. Medienrealität 2019.s doi: https://medienblog.hypotheses.org/5838.

  • Pötzsch, Holger. Das Framing Manual. Nochmal.. Medienrealität 2019.s doi: https://medienblog.hypotheses.org/5565.

  • Pötzsch, Holger. Vom Verschwinden der Computer in Bildung und Gesellschaft. Medienrealität 2019.s doi: https://medienblog.hypotheses.org/5557.

  • Pötzsch, Holger. Welcome to Sodom: Dein Smartphone ist schon hier. Medienrealität Live 2019-06-06 - 2019-06-06 2019.

  • Pötzsch, Holger. Manufacturing Monsters across Genres and Media: Towards a Multi-Dimensional Research Agenda on the Cultural Construction of the Other. 8th International Conference on Conflict, Terrorism and Society 2019-04-07 - 2019-04-10 2019.

  • Pötzsch, Holger. Positioning Players as Political Subjects: Forms of Estrangement in Spec Ops: The Line. Creativity and Agency: MeCCSA 2018 2018-01-10 - 2018-01-12 2018.

  • Lundedal Hammar, Emil; Pötzsch, Holger. Hva betyr det egentlig at millioner av dataspillere verden over får leke med nordnorsk krigshistorie?. (fulltekst) Pressfire 2018.

  • Pötzsch, Holger. Eine Geschichte von zwei Versionen: I Am Legend und die politische Ökonomie der Kulturproduktion. Ideologie und Ideologiekritik 2018-11-29 - 2018-12-01 2018.

  • Lundedal Hammar, Emil; Pötzsch, Holger. Hva betyr det egentlig at millioner av dataspillere verden over får leke med nordnorsk krigshistorie?. (fulltekst) Dagavisen Nordlys 2018.

  • Pötzsch, Holger. Life is bleak (in particular for women who exert power and try to change the world and save everybody): A critical appreciation of Life is Strange. Norsk Medieforskerkonferanse 2018-10-18 - 2018-10-19 2018.

  • Lundedal Hammar, Emil; Pötzsch, Holger; de Smale, Stephanie. Framing Form: Steps Towards a Critical Transnational Sociology of Games and Play. CEEGS 2018 2018-10-11 - 2018-10-13 2018.

  • Pötzsch, Holger. Virtuous War, Diffused War, iWar: New(s) Media in Times of War. MaMo Symposium 1: New(s) Media: Political Economy, History, and Technology of News Making in Germany, Turkey, and Norway 2018-09-11 - 2018-09-13 2018.

  • Pötzsch, Holger. The WARGAME project: Structure, Logics of Inquiry, and Industry Involvement. WARGAME workshop 4: Player Perspectives 2018-03-12 - 2018-03-13 2018.

  • Pötzsch, Holger. A Tale of Two Versions: I Am Legend, the Cold War, and the Global War on Terror. Fictions and Facts in Narratives of Political Conflict 2018-03-08 - 2018-03-11 2018.

  • Pötzsch, Holger; Smith-Simonsen, Christine. Terror!. Lørdagsuniversitetet 2017-11-18 - 2017-11-18 2017.

  • Pötzsch, Holger. Dispersing Sovereignties: Technology, Power and the Mobile Subject. Borders in the Breach: The European Polity at its Conceptual & Territorial Limits 2017-10-30 - 2017-11-01 2017.

  • Pötzsch, Holger. Positioning Players as Political Subjects: Forms of Estrangement in This War of Mine and Spec Ops: The Line. WARGAME workshop 3: Memory, Militarism, and the Subject of Play 2017-09-14 - 2017-09-15 2017.

  • Pötzsch, Holger. Managing Migration: On iBorder and Technological Zones and Work. 8th Tension of Europe Conference: Borders and Technology 2017-09-07 - 2017-09-10 2017.

  • Pötzsch, Holger. Fremtiden i Apples hender. Klassekampen 2017. ISSN 0805-3839.s 18 - 19.

  • Pötzsch, Holger. Krigens arkitektur: Dehumanisering i film og spill. Krigens anatomi: Nettverksmøte for holdningsskapende formidling 2017-08-17 - 2017-08-18 2017.

  • Pötzsch, Holger. Media, War, and Peace: Steps Towards a Theory and Practice of Nonviolent Mediated Communication. Theories of Conflict and Peace: Russian-Norwegian Symposium in St. Petersburg 2017-03-23 - 2017-03-24 2017.

  • Pötzsch, Holger. Humanisten i den digitale verden: Eksempler fra Medie- og Dokumentasjonsvitenskap ved UiT. Peter F. Hjort seminar 2017-03-15 - 2017-03-15 2017.

  • Pötzsch, Holger. A Lesson in Critical Media Literacy. Winter School at Petrozavodsk State University 2016-11-28 - 2016-12-02 2016.

  • Pötzsch, Holger. Media, War, and Peace Dynamics: The Materiality and Power of Networks. Winter School at Petrozavodsk State University 2016-11-28 - 2016-12-02 2016.

  • Pötzsch, Holger. Hvor er Internettet? Materialitet og makt i digitale nettverk. Prøv en forelesning 2016-11-04 - 2016-11-04 2016.

  • Pötzsch, Holger. Laura Poitras Citizenfour (2014). Medie- og dokumentasjonsvitenskap ved UiT presenterer... 2016-10-26 - 2016-10-26 2016.

  • Pötzsch, Holger. Forms and Practices of Transgressiveness in Videogames: Aesthetics, Play, and Politics. Norsk Medieforskerkonferanse 2016-10-20 - 2016-10-21 2016.

  • Pötzsch, Holger. iBorder: Managing Migration through Technology. War and Peace Dynamics Research Group Start-Up Workshop 2016-09-22 - 2016-09-23 2016.

  • Pötzsch, Holger. Constraining Play: Steps Toward a Neo-Formalist Game Analysis. WAR/GAME: Extending Perspectives (prosjekt) 2016-06-01 - 2016-06-03 2016.

  • Pötzsch, Holger; Ask, Kristine; setlak, wojciech; Egeberg, Kristoffer. Digital Lives: War in Games. Digital Games: War in Games (paneldebatt) (data) (prosjekt) 2016-01-27 - 2016-01-27 2016.

  • Pötzsch, Holger. Historie, minne, kontingens: Perspektiver på Knut Erik Jensens 'Stella Polaris'. 'Du må våkne!': Knut Erik Jensens engasjerte filmkunst 2015-11-30 - 2015-11-30 2015.

  • Pötzsch, Holger. Overvåking, NSA og Poitras: En introduksjon til 'Citizenfour'. Visning av Laura Poitras film 'Citizenfour' 2015-10-28 - 2015-10-28 2015.

  • Pötzsch, Holger. Modeling the Impact of Selective Realism: Filters, Frames, War, and the Politics of Memory. Central and Eastern European Game Studies Conference (prosjekt) 2015-10-21 - 2015-10-24 2015.

  • Pötzsch, Holger. Framing Players: Forms and Practices of Transgressiveness in War-Themed Games. Central and Eastern European Game Studies Conference: GTA panel 2015-10-21 - 2015-10-24 2015.

  • Pötzsch, Holger. Art Across Borders: Dislocating Artistic and Curatorial Practices in the Barents Euro-Arctic Region. THE FRAMING OF EUROPE: Peace Perspectives on Europe’s Future UiT Tromsø 2015-09-02 - 2015-09-04 2015.

  • Pötzsch, Holger. Re-Framing European War Histories: Simulation, Memory, and the Relentless Salience of Violent Pasts. THE FRAMING OF EUROPE: Peace Perspectives on Europe’s Future 2015-09-02 - 2015-09-04 2015.

  • Pötzsch, Holger. Forms and Practices of Transgression in War-Themed Games. Games & Transgressive Aesthetics workshop 2015-08-17 - 2015-08-18 2015.

  • Pötzsch, Holger; Hammond, Philip. Call For Papers - Game Studies Special Issue: “WAR/GAME”. (data) (prosjekt) Game Studies 2015; Volum 15 (1). ISSN 1604-7982.

  • Pötzsch, Holger. iBorder: Bringing STS into Border Research. 5th ICTs and Society Conference: Perspectives for Critical Political Economy and Critical Theory (data) 2015-06-03 - 2015-06-07 2015.

  • Pötzsch, Holger. Framing Play: Character Engagement in Three-Dimensional Computer Role Playing Games. ENCODE workshop 1 2015-05-26 - 2015-05-26 2015.

  • Pötzsch, Holger; Brøndbo, Stig. Krigsspillene pynter på krigen. (data) 2015.

  • Pötzsch, Holger; Schweiger, Bartlomiej; Therrien, Carl; Johnson, Mark; Khandakar-Kokoris, Mitu; Schrank, Brian. Games and Transgressive Aesthetics. Diversity of Play: Conference of the Digitial Games Research Association - panel debate 2015-05-13 - 2015-05-17 2015.

  • Pötzsch, Holger. Selective Transgressions: Gendering the Experience of War in Military-Themed Computer Games. Diversity of Play: Conference of the Digitial Games Research Association 2015-05-13 - 2015-05-17 2015.

  • Pötzsch, Holger. Selective Realism: Filtering Experiences of War and Violence in the Military Shooter. Diversity of Play: Conference of the Digitial Games Research Association 2015-05-13 - 2015-05-17 2015.

  • Pötzsch, Holger. Forsker på krigsspill. (data) (prosjekt) 2015.

  • Pötzsch, Holger. Forskere mener krigsspill påvirker oss.. (data) 2015.

  • Pötzsch, Holger. Tonje Hessen Scheies 'Play Again'. Screening of 'Play Again' 2015-04-23 - 2015-04-23 2015.

  • Pötzsch, Holger; Smith-Simonsen, Christine. Playing Cultural Memory: War, Violence, and the Other in History-Based First-Person Shooters. WAR/GAME: Charting an Agenda - International Symposium on Computer Games and War (prosjekt) 2015-04-23 - 2015-04-24 2015.

  • Pötzsch, Holger. Selective Realism: Filtering the Experience of War in the Military Shooter. WAR/GAME: Charting an Agenda - International Symposium on Computer Games and War (prosjekt) 2015-04-23 - 2015-04-24 2015.

  • Pötzsch, Holger. WAR/GAME: Charting an Agenda - Introduction to Project. WAR/GAME: Charting an Agenda - International Symposium on Computer Games and War 2015-04-23 - 2015-04-24 2015.

  • Pötzsch, Holger; Hesby, Katharina Mila. Skal forske på krigsspill. (data) 2015.

  • Pötzsch, Holger; Brøndbo, Stig. Vil forske på krigsspill. (data) 2015.

  • Pötzsch, Holger; Brambilla, Chiara. "iBorder, Bordering, Borderscapes: A Conversation". (data) Environment & Planning. D, Society and Space 2015. ISSN 0263-7758.

  • Pötzsch, Holger; Steinmoen, Sara Karoline; Pedersen, Mona; Sørensen, Jenny. What is a Peace Film?. Norwegian Peace Film Award Seminar at TIFF 2015-01-14 - 2015-01-14 2015.

  • Pötzsch, Holger; Hayles, N. Katherine. Posthumanism, Technogenesis, and Digital Technologies: A Conversation with Katherine N. Hayles. (data) Fibreculture Journal 2014; Volum 23. ISSN 1449-1443.s 95 - 107.

  • Pötzsch, Holger. Kulturhuset NRK P2: Hvem blir de nye skurkene i TV serier og filmer?. 2014.

  • Pötzsch, Holger. Selective Realism: Suffering, Violence, and War in First- and Third-Person Shooters. Medieforskerkonferanse 2014: 20 år med WWW - perspektiver og konsekvenser (prosjekt) 2014-10-23 - 2014-10-24 2014.

  • Pötzsch, Holger. The Emergence of iWar: Changing Practices and Perceptions of Warfare in a Digital Era. Sensing War 2014-06-12 - 2014-06-13 2014.

  • Pötzsch, Holger. iBorder: Bordering Bodies, Networks, and Machines. ABS World Conference Post-Cold War Borders: Global Trends and Regional Responses 2014-06-09 - 2014-06-13 2014.

  • Pötzsch, Holger. 'I agree...': Om digitale nettverk, sosiale medier, overvåkning og kontroll. Senioruniversitet Tromsø 2014-05-07 - 2014-05-07 2014.

  • Pötzsch, Holger. Is Art a Powerful Force in Society?. Vårscenefestival 2014-05-01 - 2014-05-01 2014.

  • Pötzsch, Holger. Når storken bærer bomber. Klassekampen 2014. ISSN 0805-3839.s 40 - 40.

  • Pötzsch, Holger. Picturing Afghanistan: The Photography of Foreign Conflict. Media, War & Conflict 2013; Volum 6 (2). ISSN 1750-6352.s 176 - 178.

  • Pötzsch, Holger. Seeing and Thinking Borders. Mapping Conceptual Change in Thinking European Borders 2013-07-03 - 2013-07-05 2013.

  • Pötzsch, Holger. Commemorative Gender Justice: Rearticulating the Experience of War in Anonyma: 'Eine Frau in Berlin'. Realizing Global Justice: Theory and Practice 2013-06-19 - 2013-06-22 2013.

  • Pötzsch, Holger. Character Engagement in the Contemporary War Film. Media, War, and Conflict 5th Anniversary Conference 2013-04-11 - 2013-04-12 2013.

  • Pötzsch, Holger. The Emergence of iWar: Changing Perceptions of Military Engagement in a Post-Broadcast Era. CMCR Research Seminar (data) 2013-04-15 - 2013-04-15 2013.

  • Pötzsch, Holger. "The Emergence of iWar: Changing Perceptions of War in a Post-Broadcast Era". Konflikt, Sikkerhet og Flerkulturell Forståelse (KOSIFF) 2013-02-28 - 2013-02-28 2013.

  • Pötzsch, Holger. Rearticulating the Experience of War in Anonyma: 'Eine Frau in Berlin'. Memories of Conflicts/Conflicts of Memories 2013-02-12 - 2013-02-13 2013.

  • Pötzsch, Holger. Mind the Gap. Chto delat newspaper 2013.s 5 - 5.

  • Pötzsch, Holger; Hanstad, Tor Ivar. The Changing Ontology and Epistemology of War. CPS Seminar 2013-02-01 - 2013-02-01 2013.

  • Pötzsch, Holger. Krigsspill, påvirkning og retorikk. Gjesteforelesning ved Breivika Videregående Skole 2012-12-12 - 2012.

  • Pötzsch, Holger. Krigsfilmens retorikk: En sammenligning av 'Black Hawk Down' og 'Battle for Haditha'. Gjesteforelesning ved Breivika Videregående Skole 2012-12-12 - 2012.

  • Pötzsch, Holger. Memory-Making Rhetoric in the War Film: Theoretical and Methodological Considerations. Data, Memory, Territory 2012-11-26 - 2012-12-28 2012.

  • Pötzsch, Holger. War's New Clothes? Diffusing Norway's Military Engagement in Afghanistan. Data, Memory, Territory 2012-11-26 - 2012-12-28 2012.

  • Pötzsch, Holger. Border-Crossing Characters in Knut Erik Jensen's 'Burnt by Frost'. Filmborders 3: Introduction to 'Burnt by Frost' 2012-11-19 - 2012.

  • Pötzsch, Holger; Berg, Sigrun Høgetveit. Ny sesong med Filmgrenser. (data) 2012.

  • Pötzsch, Holger; Jensen, Knut Erik. Film som uløst gåte: En samtale med Knut Erik Jensen. Orkana Forlag 2012 ISBN 978-82-8104-219-3.s 144 - 161.

  • Pötzsch, Holger; Chiara, Brambilla. InVisible/InVisual Subjects: Notes Towards the Politics and Aesthetics of (Medial) Borderscapes. Border Aesthetics Final Conference 2012-09-05 - 2012-09-07 2012.

  • Pötzsch, Holger. Filmborders 3. 2012.

  • Pötzsch, Holger. Disorienting Liminality in Anonyma: 'Eine Frau in Berlin'. Disorientations 2012-06-14 - 2012-06-14 2012.

  • Pötzsch, Holger. The War Film Genre, and the Differences and Similarities between American and European War Movies. Test Lecture for Degree Philosophiae Doctor 2012-04-19 - 2012-04-19 2012.

  • Pötzsch, Holger. Between Constitutive Absence and Subversive Presence: Self and Other in the Contemporary War Film. (data) 2012.

  • Pötzsch, Holger; Berg, Sigrun Høgetveit. Eindimensjonale Krigsfilmar. (data) 2012.

  • Pötzsch, Holger. Voldelige dataspill og former for publikumspåvirkning. Senioruniversitetet Tromsø 2012-01-01 - 2012-02-01 2012.

  • Pötzsch, Holger. Comments on the papers by Derek Gregory and Anthony King as invited discussant on the 'The Changing Face of War'-online conference (Wiley-Blackwell Exchanges). (data) (fulltekst) 2011.

  • Pötzsch, Holger. 'Armadillo' - dokumentarfilm, fiksjonsfilm eller begge deler?. Krigsfilm/Filmkrig-seminar 3 m/visnings av 'Armadillo' (DK 2010) 2011-11-23 - 2011-11-23 2011.

  • Pötzsch, Holger. Krigsfilm/Filmkrig 2: Sjangerkonvensjoner i Amerikanske Krigsfilmer. Krigsfilm/Filmkrig-serie m/visning av The Thin Red Line 2011-05-03 - 2011-05-03 2011.

  • Pötzsch, Holger. Aspects of Liminality in the War Film and in the Work of Knut Erik Jensen. Beyond Boundaries: Exploring the Concepts of Liminality and Alterity 2011-11-09 - 2011-11-11 2011.

  • Pötzsch, Holger. Aspects of Liminality in Knut Erik Jensen's Feature Films. Filmborders 2: Screening and introduction 2011-11-07 - 2011-11-07 2011.

  • Pötzsch, Holger. Skytespill og Samfunn. Dagavisen Nordlys 2011.s 3 - 3.s doi: http://www.nordlys.no/kronikk/article5776752.ece.

  • Pötzsch, Holger. Påviste effekter: Dataspill. Klassekampen 2011. ISSN 0805-3839.s 22 - 22.

  • Schimanski, Johan; Pötzsch, Holger; Thuen, Inger Præsteng; Benjaminsen, Tom. Utforsker grenser. Avisa Tromsø 2011.s 18 - 18.

  • Pötzsch, Holger. Vold og Dataspill. Klassekampen 2011. ISSN 0805-3839.s 16 - 16.

  • Pötzsch, Holger. Krigens nye klær : perspektiver på nye medier, medievitenskap og politikk. (data) (fulltekst) Norsk Medietidsskrift 2011; Volum 18 (2). ISSN 0804-8452.s 164 - 174.

  • Pötzsch, Holger. Krigsfilm/Filmkrig 1: Venn og Fiende i Populære Filmer og Spill. Krigsfilm/Filmkrig m/ visning av filmen Battle for Haditha 2010-10-07 - 2010-10-07 2010.

  • Pötzsch, Holger. Fra hjernevask til forskerkrig. Dagavisen Nordlys 2010.s 59 - 59.

  • Pötzsch, Holger. Negotiating Difficult Pasts: Two Documentary Dramas on Bloody Sunday, Derry 1972. The Island and the Arts, The 7th Biennial International Conference of the Nordic Irish Studies Network (NISN) 2010-12-02 - 2010-12-03 2010.

  • Pötzsch, Holger. Filmgrenser/Filmborders - brosjure til filmserien v/Verdensteatret Cinematek, Tromsø. (data) (prosjekt) 2010.

  • Pötzsch, Holger. Borders in 'Anonyma - A Woman in Berlin'. Filmgrenser/Filmborders serien v/ Verdensteatret Cinematek Tromsø 2010-11-29 - 2010-11-29 2010.

  • Pötzsch, Holger. Hjernevask blir mageplask. Nordlys 2010. ISSN 0805-5440.s 62 - 62.

  • Pötzsch, Holger. Kunstige Konflikter. Klassekampen 2010. ISSN 0805-3839.s 16 - 16.

  • Pötzsch, Holger. Articulating Threats/Threatening Articulations: The Discursive Impact of Persistent Organic Pollutants (POPs) on Local Systems of Meaning. 2010 ISBN 9788282440271.

  • Pötzsch, Holger. Borders, Barriers, and Grievable Lives: The Discursive Construction of Self and Other in Audio-Visual Media. Between the Aesthetic and the Political 2010-01-27 - 2010-01-29 2010.

  • Pötzsch, Holger. Borders, Barriers, and Grievable Lives: The Discursive Construction of Self and Other in Audio-Visual Media. Global Media and the War on Terror 2010-09-13 - 2010-09-14 2010.

  • Pötzsch, Holger. Konstruksjon av venn og fiende i visuelle medier. Gjesteforelesning 2009-12-14 - 2009-12-14 2009.

  • Pötzsch, Holger. Grenseforskning i et dokvit-perspektiv. Bibliotekaren (Oslo) 2009; Volum 9. ISSN 0804-4147.s 26 - 27.

  • Pötzsch, Holger. Film i Grenseland. 2009.

  • Pötzsch, Holger. Borders, Barriers, and Bare Life: The Discursive Construction of Self and Other in Hollywood War and Action Movies. Framing War in the Cultural Field 2009-11-19 - 2009-11-19 2009.

  • Pötzsch, Holger. VARIATIONS OVER A THEME OF LIMINALITY: THE PRECLUSION OF LIMINAL SPACE IN DRAGOJEVIC’ PRETTY VILLAGE PRETTY FLAME (1996) AND TANOVIC’ NO MAN’S LAND (2001). Internationale Graduiertenkonferenzen Kulturwissenschaften / Cultural Studies: Kulturanalyse im zentraleuropäischen Kontext 2009-09-24 - 2009-09-26 2009.

  • Pötzsch, Holger. REPRESENTING PAINFUL PASTS: TRAUMA, MEMORY, AND HISTORY IN RIDLEY SCOTT’S BLACK HAWK DOWN AND ARI FOLMAN’S WALTZ WITH BASHIR. Nomadikon II 2009-06-19 - 2009-06-21 2009.

  • Pötzsch, Holger. Tracing Imaginary Topographies of the Exception: Borders, Bans and Bare Life. Archives, Maps, Translations 2009-01-24 - 2009-01-27 2009.

  • Pötzsch, Holger. Reading Film as Discourse: War, Violence, and the Other in Black Hawk Down and Battle for Haditha. IKL Forskningsseminar 2009-04-24 - 2009.

  • Pötzsch, Holger. ‘Challenging the Border as Barrier: Liminality in Terrence Mallick’s The Thin Red Line’. Boundaries Project Workshop - video konferanse 2009-03-12 - 2009-03-13 2009.

  • Pötzsch, Holger. ‘Challenging the Border as Barrier: Liminality in Terrence Mallick’s The Thin Red Line’. Nomadikon I 2009-02-21 - 2009-02-23 2009.

  • Pötzsch, Holger. "Articulating Threats/Threatening Articulations: The Discursive Impact of Persistent Organic Pollutants on Local Systems of Meaning". Arctic Discourses 2008-02-21 - 2008-02-23 2008.

  • Pötzsch, Holger. HIF-3201: Image/Culture/War course website. (data) 2008.

  • Pötzsch, Holger. "Constructing Unknown-Knowns: Alien Aesthetics, Document Complex, and a Culture of War". Sensitive Peace Research 2008-04-16 - 2008-04-18 2008.

  • Pötzsch, Holger. "Challenging the Border as a Barrier: Liminality in Terrence Malick's 'The Thin Red Line'". Cultural Production and Negotiation of Borders 2008-09-10 - 2008-09-13 2008.

  • Pötzsch, Holger. "Konstruksjon av venn og fiende i Ridley Scotts 'Black Hawk Down'". Internasjonalt Seminar 2007-09-20 - 2007.