Giovanna Di Rosario
Giovanna Di Rosario (MA-M.P.S.-MSSc.- PhD in Digital Culture,) is a researcher at the University of Barcelona. Her PhD thesis was one of the two finalists of the prestigious Finnish Agora Doctoral Dissertation Award. During the last 11 years she has been teaching and doing research in different universities in Europe (University of Siena, Geneva, Jyväskylä-Finland, and the IN3-Spain). Since 2008 she has been a researcher member of the Hermeneia research group, University of Barcelona. In 2011 she co-organized in Naples the first Italian conference and exhibition of Electronic Literature at the Palazzo delle Arti di Napoli – PAM museum. Her research interests include literature and informatics; digital culture, semiotics of the text, and 20th century avant-garde movements. Di Rosario is also an Infolipo research member - a cultural group from the university of Geneva interested in web writing and creation problems (Informatique et Littérature Potentielle http://www.infolipo.org ) and she writes a regular column on digital culture for the Italian newspaper “paneacqua” http://www.paneacqua.eu/.
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