Ann-Kathrin Koster is a doctoral researcher at the Weizenbaum Institute. She studied Political Science, Sociology and Intercultural Gender Studies at the University of Trier and Georgetown University. She then worked at the Free University of Berlin and was a fellow at the Schaufler Lab at the Technical University of Dresden from 2020-2022.
Her research interests lie in the field of democratic theory with a focus on post-structuralist and radical democratic approaches to democracy and political action. She is also interested in postcolonial and feminist theories, as well as epistemological approaches to democracy and technology. In her dissertation project, she deals with digital technologies in light of radical and pluralist conceptions of democracy.
Research Group “Technology, Power and Domination”