Miriam Rasch started working with the Institute of Network Cultures in June 2012. She is responsible for publications and works as a researcher on projects around hybrid publishing, net criticism, social media, and web search. Besides, she teaches philosophy and media theory at the Media, Information and Communication department, and is thesis supervisor. She holds a masters degree in Literary Studies (2002) and Philosophy (2005). She co-edited two volumes in the INC Reader series: Unlike Us: Social Media and Their Alternatives and Society of the Query: Reflections on Web Search and edited many other issues within the INC publication series. She writes book reviews and essays for different websites and magazines; her personal blog can be found on miriamrasch.nl.