Patricia Zimmermann

Professor, Media Arts, Sciences and Studies

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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,” Mediachannel.org, October 2006

“Precious Places,” Mediachannel.org, February 2006

“Public Domains for Public Media, “ Mediachannel.org, June 2005

“Just Say No,” Mediachannel.org July 2005

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

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

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

“Islamaphobia, Panic and Independent Media,” Mediachannel.org, 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,” 2002www.declarrations.ca/knowledge.htm   (Concordia University, Montreal, Canada)

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

“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.  www.commondreams.org