Dr. Ana-Maria Herman‘s research examines the introduction of novel digital media technologies and their implications for people, institutions, and society. She has conducted in depth studies on the use of augmented reality apps by museums and she has created ‘art app experiments’ to display art and promote women artists.

This site provides information about Dr. Herman’s projects – the +Archive: Dorothy Mead App, the WAL App, and the MUM App – and related publications.  

Dr. Herman’s book Reconfiguring the Museum: The Politics of Digital Display is now available for pre-order directly from McGill-Queen’s University Press. You can also pre-order with Indigo in Canada or by way of Amazon in the United Kingdom and Canada (check Amazon for more locations). Follow the news blog for book launch and speaking event dates, as well as special offers, which will be posted soon.

Dr. Herman’s research has been featured in news media and she was recently nominated for a Research & Innovation award. She is Senior Lecturer in the Department of Media, Communication and PR at Swansea University.