Leiden University Centre for Digital Humanities
Professor new media and digital culture
Digital media, digital culture, digital play, computer-games
I am currently developing a project about urban play and media-interfaces that combines data-analysis with the investigation of daily practices. It also links to interface-studies.
I am also participating in developing a second prototype Playfields, a ludic digital tool for leaning in the field.
Sybille Lammes is professor New Media and Digital Culture at Leiden University. She has been a visiting Senior Research Fellow at The University of Manchester, and has worked as a researcher at the Centre for Interdisciplinary Methodologies at the University of Warwick, as well as the media-studies departments of Utrecht University and the University of Amsterdam. Her background is in media-studies and game-studies, which she has always approached from an interdisciplinary angle, including cultural studies, science and technology studies, postcolonial studies, and critical geography. She is co-editor of Playful Identities (2015), Mapping Time (2017 fc.) and The Routledge Handbook of Interdisciplinary Research Methods (2018 fc.). and The Playful Citizen (2017 fc.). She is an ERC laureate and has been the PI of numerous research projects. She is a member of the Playful Mapping Collective.