Miriam Rasch works as a researcher and teacher for the Institute of Network Culture at Amsterdam’s polytechnic university. She studied literature and philosophy. In 2015 she won the Jan Hanlo Essay Prize. Her book Swimming in the Ocean: Dispatches from a Post-Digital World (2017) was published to critical acclaim and shortlisted for the 2018 Socrates Cup philosophy prize.
Recent titles – English material
Frictie (Friction), 2020
Press on Friction:
‘Mind-expandingly multifaceted. Poetic.’ – NRC HANDELSBLAD
‘A salient argument for more friction between people and algorithms.’
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‘Here is an essayist who playfully combines philosophical, literary and political perspectives.’ **** – TROUW