Patricia Tomaszek
Since 2008
Works in Siegen Germany

Patricia Tomaszek researches digital literature at the Cultural Studies Research Centre 'Media Upheavals' based at the University of Siegen, Germany. Within a project group, Patricia is analyzing the ongoing changes of literary communication and aesthetics in programmable and networked media. She is also a Research Assistant for the Archive-it Project the Electronic Literature Organization maintains in collaboration with the Library Of Congress. In autumn 2008, she will become a Phd Candidate at the Department 'Literature, Art, New Media and Technologies' at the University of Siegen. She earned her Bachelor of Arts from Siegen University in 2005, studied abroad at Brown University in Spring 2007, and successfully completed her M.A. with a thesis on Teaching Digital Literature in 2008.
Artistic creations:
randomly generated poetry "about nothing, places, memories, and thoughts" a cut and randomly mixed poem-dialogue with Robert Creeley featured on Drunken Boat #9 2008.
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Beyond the Screen: Transformations of Literary
 Structures, Interfaces and Genres

Thu Nov 20, 2008 00:00 - Tue Oct 14, 2008


Beyond the Screen: Transformations of Literary
 Structures, Interfaces and Genres"

International Conference at the Cultural Studies Research Center
 "Media Upheavals," University of Siegen/Germany, November 20-21, 2008 organized by the Editors of the book "The Aesthetics of Net Literature: Writing, Reading and Playing in Programmable Media."

The organizers Peter Gendolla and Jörgen Schäfer invite you to attend the following panels:

- Performance and the Emergence of Meaning

- Literature between Virtual, Physical, and Symbolic Space

- Beyond Genre: Transformations of Narrative, Poetic, and Dramatic Structures

- Preservation, Archiving and Editing

Distinguished Scholars will present views, theories, and thoughts.

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