Graf, Roland

Graf, Roland, Mag.: born 1972 in Wiener Neustadt/Austria, studied Psychology, Philosophy, Latin and Pedagogics in Vienna. The long-standing journalist works as a Lecturer at the University of Applied Science in Sankt Pölten teaching Media Theory Ethics and Philosophy of the Media. He is also one of the external Austrian evaluators of the European Programmes for Teaching Adults (GRUNDTVIG) and Promoting Mobility of Learners (Leonardo). Currently he is working on his philosophical dissertation (“A Phenomenology of the Spectator: Modal Logic of Viewing”).


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Gotham City: Medieval signs of Modernity The representation of American urban life in Batman-comics (18 Nr.)

Branding Subversion, personalising media. „Busting and blogging“ in a global media context (16.Nr.)

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