Markus Spöhrer is a Post-Doctoral researcher in the Subproject “Technosensory Processes of Participation and Dis/Ability” within the DFG Research Group Media and Participation at the University of Konstanz. In his dissertation (supervised by Prof. Dr. Beate Ochsner and Prof. em. Christoph Georg Tholen), Markus Spöhrer conceptualised an STS approach for the analysis of film production networks in relation to HipHop culture. He studied American Studies, German and English literature (University of Tübingen) and Media Studies (University of Miami). He has been working at the University of Konstanz as a researcher since 2015, where he did his Ph.D. His research and teaching focuses on the culture and theory of digital media, Game Studies, digital games and (dis)ability, film and media theory, and Science and Technology Studies, especially Actor-Network Theory. His publications are Einspielungen: Situationen und Prozesse digitalen Spielens, ed. with H. Waldrich Springer VS (Springer, i.V.); “Hear the Difference: Audio Game Prosumer Communities in a Postmedia Context. From Audyssey to Augenblick (i.E.) and Applying Actor-Network-Theory in Media Studies, ed. with B. Ochsner (IGI Global 2016).