CLIC is delighted to welcome Alexandra Saemmer as the CLIC Lorand Chair Intermediality, 2020-21.
Alexandra Saemmer is Full Professor of Information and Communication Science and co-director of the CEMTI laboratory at University of Paris 8, France. Her research focuses on socio-semiotics of cultural productions (texts, images, videos, websites, platforms, …), and digital literature. She is also an author of digital literature herself.
As part of her guest professorship, she will hold two lectures and one specialist workshop:
Programme of events:
Wednesday, 24 February 2021, 7 pm, online: Inaugural Lecture of the CLIC Lorand Chair Intermediality
“What’s on your mind?” – A Literary Dialogue with the Machine-Computer
Wednesday, 28 April 2021, 4 – 5.30 pm, online: Keynote Lecture by the CLIC Lorand Chair Intermediality
Pollination, Hybridization and Colonization in Electronic Literature:
A Socio-Semiotic Approach
Thursday, 17 June 2021: Master Class by the CLIC Lorand Chair Intermediality
Paper, Web and Stage: Cross-Medial Interactions between Database and Narrative
This Chair is financed by the Lorand legacy.