Verena Kick’s scholarship encompasses 20th century German modernism, film, and digital humanities. Her current research focuses on the intersection of German literature and visual culture, specifically on the combination of texts and images as an approach to examine the changing public sphere in Weimar Germany. In her current book project, she explores montage principles and the representation of workers, soldiers and women in photobooks of the early 20th century. Using the publishing platform Scalar, she is also working on a digital addendum for her book. Other current projects focus on Annemarie Schwarzenbach’s photography, as well as on the concept of digital curation and its implications for research and teaching. She has published articles on Werner Herzog, Kurt Tucholsky and John Heartfield.