Zornitsa Dimitrova

about the author

Zornitsa Dimitrova is a doctoral graduate of the University of Münster and holds degrees in Indology, philosophy, and English literature from the universities of Sofia and Freiburg. Her dissertation, “Expression as Mimesis and Event,” sketched out an emergentist dramatic theory governed by interweaving ontologies of immanence and transcendence. She is the author of Literary Worlds and Deleuze (2016); her work on theatre has appeared in Deleuze Studies, New Theatre Quarterly, JDTC, and Skenè.

info & contact

affiliation

Independent researcher

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zornitsa_dimitrova [AT] yahoo.com

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Literary Worlds and Deleuze Expression as Mimesis and Event

presentations

Deleuzian Expressionism as an Ontology for Theatre
(in DARE 2015: the dark precursor )
keywords: Baruch Spinoza, Expressionism in Philosophy, Plato, sense, stratum, theatre

A Life as an Open Landscape. Systems of Codetermination in Three Robotic Shows
(in DARE 2017: aberrant nuptials )
keywords: actual, aesthetics, landscape, politics