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Tatiana Klepikova

Tatiana Klepikova studied Slavic Literatures and Cultures in Passau (Germany) and Language Pedagogy and Linguistics in Yaroslavl (Russia). She is co-editor of three collections of essays, including Privatheit in der digitalen Gesellschaft [Privacy in a Digital Society; Duncker & Humblot, 2018] and Outside the “Comfort Zone”: Performances and Discourses of Privacy in Late Socialist Europe (De Gruyter, 2020). She is currently a postdoctoral fellow at the University of Toronto, where she works on a monograph about contemporary Russian queer theater and drama. Her broader research interests include Soviet and Russian literature and the arts, gender and sexuality in Eastern and East-Central Europe, performance studies, publics and citizenship in the digital age and digital body and posthumanism.

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Call for papers: Issue 22 – Digital Selves: Embodiment and Co-Presence in New Media Cultures in Central Europe and Eurasia

Call for papers: Issue 22 – Digital Selves: Embodiment and Co-Presence in New Media Cultures in Central Europe and Eurasia

Guest editors: Cassandra Hartblay (University of Toronto) Tatiana Klepikova (University of Toronto)

Since the emergence of new media cultures, the theorization of the relationship between embodied positioning in space and …
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