The real/the digital, configurations of the real, psyche, transcendentalism and their connection to technology, technology/metaphysics, configurations of political discourse in the media, philosophy of media, culture and language, horror, folklore and mythology as feministic/empowerment narratives
Anna Zaglyadnova is a Russian born researcher of media and cultural studies located in Berlin, Germany. She holds a degree in Foreign linguistics from Nizhny Novgorod State University, where her prime research centered around semiotic, semantics and language acquisition/loss. She finished her BA in Düsseldorf majoring in media and cultural studies. Her research focused around the audio-visual media and questions of the real as well the configurations of political discourse in the media. She’s currently finishing her Master’s degree in the cooperation programme European Media Studies of University of Potsdam and University of Applied Sciences Potsdam.
“Pre/Post-apocalypse: The relationship between in game photography and the real”, lecture at the After Post-Photography 6 Conference, European University of Siant Petersburg, 03.06.2021.
Graduates’ Conference “un:real Spaces of Interaction”, 4.-5.11.2022, University of Applied Sciences Potsdam.
EMW-Symposium 2021 “Pandemie, Digitalität und Alterität – Ich, Du, Wir, Ihr”, 6.11.2021, Schinkelhalle, Potsdam.
In 2022, Anna Zaglyadnova received the DAAD Prize for outstanding achievements of international students studying at German universities.
For further information, please refer to the personal page of Anna Zaglyadnova at European Media Studies (University of Potsdam and University of Applied Sciences Potsdam).