Anne Dymek

Anne Dymek

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Anne holds a Ph.D. in Film Semiotics from the Sorbonne (2013) and is currently working to complete a second doctorate, writing her dissertation on literary imagination and its future forms (2022). Her research interests include literary theory, media theory, philosophies of language and mind, and 18th to 20th century German and French literature and poetry. Anne’s publications focus on semiotics of the arts and media, media theory, and philosophy of language. She has ten years of teaching experience at the graduate and undergraduate levels in departments of German, philosophy, film, and the social sciences in Europe, the Middle East, and the United States. Anne is the author of Cinéma et Sémiotique: Deleuze en Question(2015).




(2015). Cinéma et Sémiotique: Deleuze en question. Le Bord de L’Eau Éditions, Lormont. 

Edited Volume

(2018). Semiotics of Music / Sémiotique de la musique, Recherches Sémiotiques/ Semiotic Inquiry, RS•SI, vol. 36 no. 3 2016 & vol. 37 no. 1-2 2017. (recte 2018).


(2018). “Toucher aux limites du filmique: Images du monde visionnaire (1963)” (with Lowy, V.), Le cinéma face aux histoires du regard, Cahiers Louis-Lumière no. 11, 65-75.

(2016). “Perception, Dreams, Films: Iconicity and Indexicality in Peirce’s Theory of Perception”, Recherches Sémiotiques / Semiotic Inquiry, RS•SI, Peirce et l’image, vol. 33 nos. 1-2-3, 2013, Association canadienne de sémiotique / Canadian Semiotic Association, 267-289. (recte 2016).

(2014).“Excess of Emotions in Filmic Perception”, Proceedings of the 11th World Congress of the IASS / AIS, vol. 1, Traversing the Mental and the Artistic Worlds, 2014, 212-224.

(2013). “L’iconicité filmique: un métalangage de la perception ?”, Signata, Annales des sémiotiques, Que peut le métalangage?, Presses Universitaires de Liège, 295-314.


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