Remediations offers the various projects from a Digital Media course taught by Giovanna Di Rosario for the Department of Design at the Polytechnic of Milan. 

Mentor: Giovanna di Rosario

Mentee: Various Students.

Bios:  Giovanna Di Rosario (MA, M.P.S., MSSc.) received her PhD in Digital Culture at the University of Jyväskylä, Finland. Di Rosario teaches Communication Culture – Digital Culture at the Department of Design at the Polytechnic of Milan and is the associate director of Hermeneia Research Group – University of Barcelona, where she conducts research on digital humanities, digital literature, and digital rhetoric. Di Rosario won 6 international competitive grants in different countries in Europe, among them a Marie Curie Actions Grant, and worked at the University of Geneve (Switzerland), Université Catholique de Louvain (Belgium), IT University of Copenhagen (Denmark), University of Siena (Italy), University of Barcelona (Spain), and University of Jyväskylä (Finland). From 2013 to 2015 she was the local co-coordinator of the ERAMUS MUNDUS PhD Programme “Cultural Studies in Literary Interzones”, programme selected and funded by the EU for its innovative and challenging approach to the Humanities. In 2016 Di Rosario was an Invited Professor at the UNAM – Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, where she gave an intensive course on Literature in the digital environment. She has been an invited lecturer in several countries in Europe and worldwide such as in Argentina, India, Brazil and has published books and articles on literature, digital literature, and digital culture. Di Rosario has also translated a number of works of digital literature and organized several exhibitions of electronic literature; the last one was held in Barcelona at the Arts Santa Mònica Center in 2016. Di Rosario is also the managing editor of the International Journal of Transmedia Literacy published by LED Edition. She recently gave a talk for the TEDx (TEDXUCLouvain), "From Binary to Infinity", on the transformations of literature due to digital technologies. Di Rosario"s research interests are multiple and varied: comparative literature, digital culture, semiotics and semiotics of new media, transmedia narrative, digital rhetoric and digital aesthetics, and also the theory and practice of translation in the digital environment.