Patricia Zimmermann

Professor, Media Arts, Sciences and Studies


Recent Journalism and General Interest Writing

"Cartographies of Impossible and Possible Worlds," catalog essay for Small Arms: Children of Conflict, photographs by Michael Kienitz (Madison, Wisconsin: Chazen Art Museum, 2007), 7-15

“Islamophobia, Panic and Public Media,”, October 2006

“Precious Places,”, February 2006

“Public Domains for Public Media, “, June 2005

“Just Say No,” July 2005

"The Three C’s of China,”, August 2005

“From Image to Interface: Preemptive Media,”, January 2005

“Precious Places: New Ecologies for Documentary,”, February 2006

“Islamaphobia, Panic and Independent Media,”, October 2006

“Onward: The Flaherty, Fifty Years in the Cause of Independent Cinema,” 24th Anniversary Black Maria Film Festival, Catalog essa y, (Black Maria Film Festival, 2005), 18-28

“Live: Reconnecting the Histories of Live Multimedia Performance,” Hidden Histories, editedby Helen DeMichiel and Kathy High, (San Francisco: National Association of Media Arts and Culture, 2005), 19-32.

"Arctic Requiem," catalog essay for 50 Years of Flaherty: Inspired Filmmaking (New York: IFS,      2004)

 “Invisible Wars: The Befores and Afters of Public Media and 9/11,”   (Concordia University, Montreal, Canada)

“Passin It On and the In/Visible Histories Project at Ithaca College,” Council of Independent Colleges, Effective Practices Exchange,  2003,

“Contingencies: An Introduction to the Exhibition,” co-written with Sharon Lin Tay, catalogessay, for Emergency Filmmaking Project, The Substation, Singapore,  2003, p. 8

“Blasting War: A speech delivered at the Race in Digital Space Symposium, Los Angeles Museum of Contemporary Art,”. 2001.