Nanna Heidenreich deputized for the professor for media studies at the University of Hildesheim in the summer of 2016 with further teaching assignments in Vienna and at the ifs in Cologne (migration & media and serial storytelling). Up until the end of March 2016 she was a research fellow at the Institute for Media Studies at the Braunschweig University of Art (HBK). Since 2009 she has been a curator for the “Forum Expanded” program at the Berlinale and since November 2015 she has been active as a curator and advisor for the Haus der Kulturen der Welt on the theme of migration, flight, and immigration. She has authored numerous publications in the field of critical migration research, visual culture, post-colonial theory, politics/art/cinema, as well as “alternative cinema” (feminist, queer, experimental). Most recently: Film als Idee. Birgit Heins Texte zu Film/Kunst (together with Florian Krautkrämer and Heike Klippel, 2016, ), V/Erkennungsdienste, das Kino und die Perspektive der Migration (2015), total. Universalismus und Partikularismus in post_kolonialer Medienwissenschaft (together with Ulrike Bergermann, 2015). Nanna Heidenreich lives in Berlin.

Contributions to the 100 Years of Now. Journal:
The Ability to Listen
Truth and Justice