American University of Paris
Martin Dege’s research follows three strands. On the theoretical level he is interested in the historical emergence of psychology as a discipline, more specifically, how various theoretical ideas have been intertwined with political interests and power struggles to form the discipline as it stands today. On the empirical level, he investigates how new forms of technology change our everyday lives, at once unfolding new potentials for inclusive practices across our society and foreclosing particular local traditions and systems of thought. On the institutional level, he explores concepts of digital humanities and how digitalization changes both research and teaching.
Interests: History of Psychology, Psychology and Technology, Narrative, Inclusive Teaching
- AMICAL 2020 · Jan 15, 2020–18, 2019