Dr. Ana-Maria Herman’s research examines innovative digital media, their networks and how they participate in transforming subjects, objects and spaces. More recently, she has explored how digital media networks, and particularly ‘apps’, can be employed as vehicles to improve society – focusing on the wage gap issue experienced by women artists. Her most recent research project was featured in a Globe and Mail article by art critic Kate Taylor, “How an app is highlighting the work of female artists”. You can view this article online and download the +Archive: Dorothy Mead App on the App Store.

Dr. Herman teaches courses in information technology management, cultural studies, the sociology of culture and communication and research methods. 

To find out more about Dr. Herman’s research, click on one of the images from the projects listed below, or visit the about and publications pages.

+Archive: Dorothy Mead App
The +Archive: Dorothy Mead App (click the image above)
WAL App
The Women’s Art Library WAL App (click the image above)