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Henrike Schmidt

Henrike Schmidt is private lecturer at the Peter Szondi-Institute for Comparative Literature, Freie Universität Berlin. Her research interests include theoretical issues of digital and networked culture and their significance for the societies of East and Central Europe; Russian and Bulgarian literature (with a special focus on intermediality and genre theory). Among her recent publications is the book Russian Literature on the Internet. Between Digital Folklore and Political Propaganda, published in German in 2011 by transcript Verlag, Bielefeld. She is currently working on a research project at Humboldt University Berlin, devoted to fake anthologies in Bulgarian literature of the 20th century.

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Editorial – Issue 15

Editorial – Issue 15

The new issue of the journal consists of two parts. The first includes research essays that had been received through our regular submission system. The second is a cluster on …
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Editorial – Issue 13

Editorial – Issue 13

DI 13 opens with the ‘Bulgarian cluster’, presenting research and artistic insights into the digital and networked culture of Bulgaria. The submissions in this section are an outcome of an …
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From a Bird’s Eye Perspective: Aerial Drone Photography and Political Protest. А Case Study of the Bulgarian #resign Movement 2013

From a Bird’s Eye Perspective: Aerial Drone Photography and Political Protest. А Case Study of the Bulgarian #resign Movement 2013

Aerial drone photography has become popular throughout the first decade of the 21st century, with the technology getting ever more affordable and easy-to-use. It is employed for a variety …
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LitRes. A Critical Review of Russia’s e-Book Seller No1

While in the US the electronic book sector has been prospering since the introduction of comfortable reading devices such as Amazons Kindle or Apples iPad, the Russian market for e-books …
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