Honorato Dalila

Field: Aesthetics with emphasis on Image Semiology
Rank: Assistant Professor (tenured)
Government Gazette: 1603/31-12-2018, τ. Γ΄
Telephone: 2661087724
Fax: 2661087866
Email: honorato@ionio.gr
WWW: http://ionio.academia.edu/DalilaHonorato
Office hours: Wednesday 14-17:00, Τ5 Office, Old Palace / Palaia Anaktora (St. Michael and St. George)

Honorato Dalila

    Honorato Dalila: Curriculum Vitae
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Studies/Education:

* BA in Communication Studies and Specialization in Journalism, High Institute of Social and Political Sciences, Technical University of Lisbon, Portugal (1996)

* MA in Communication, Department of Communication and Mass Media, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, Greece (1999)

* PhD, Department of Communication and Mass Media, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, Greece (2004)

 

Research Interests:

* Philosophy of Communication

* Aesthetics of Hybrid Media

* Theories of Consciousness

* Interactive Media Semiotics

* Thematics in Art & Science

 

Indicative Courses:

* Philosophy & Media Aesthetics

* Communication Theory

* Multimedia Semiotics Ι & II

* Semiotic Analysis of New Media (Postgraduate Programme)

 

Academical Positions:

* 2019-present: Assistant Professor (tenured), Department of Audio and Visual Arts, Ionian University.

* 2019: Guest Lecturer, Faculdad de Filosofía y Letras, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de Mexico (Postgraduate Program).  

* 2015-2018: Assistant Professor (tenure-track), Department of Audio & Visual Arts, Ionian University.

* 2016-2017: Guest Lecturer, Institutum Studiorum Humanitatis, Alma Mater Europaea (PhD program).

* 2009-2015: Lecturer, Department of Audio & Visual Arts, Ionian University.

* 2005-2009: Teaching Staff (P.D. 407/80), Department of Audio & Visual Arts, Ionian University.

* 2006-2008: Teaching Staff (P.D. 407/80), Department of Plastic Arts and Art Sciences, University of Ioannina.

 

Collaborations:

* Center for Philosophy of Science of the University of Lisbon http://cfcul.fc.ul.pt/equipa/

* Art & Science Research Group at the Interactive Arts Lab (InArts Lab) - Ionian University https://inarts.eu/en/lab/staff/honorato/
* 2013-2017: Research program by COST Appearance matters: Tackling the Physical & Psychological Consequences of Dissatisfaction with Appearance (Action IS1210), co-coordinator of Task Group "Media and Image Perception", together with Dr. Brenda Murphy (University of Malta), https://cost.inarts.eu/

 

Research Supervisor:

* 2017-2019: "The interdisciplinary and intermedia impact of site-specific walking performance in the field of GeoHumanities" by Bill Psarras, PostDoc researcher, InArts Lab, Ionian University.

* 2016-present: "Aspects of the Monstrous in 21st Century Audiovisual Fiction" by Yorgos Drosos, PhD candidate, Department of Audio and Visual Arts, Ionian University (Greece).

* 2018-present: "Identity and Body in Internet Art: Bridging 'Logo/Keimeno' with 'Eikona/Soma'" by Marily Argyrokastriti, PhD candidate, Department of Audio and Visual Arts, Ionian University (Greece).

 

Recent publications:

* Dalila Honorato, Maria Antonia Gonzalez Valerio, Marta de Menezes and Andreas Gianakoulopoulos (eds) (2019), Taboo-Transgression-Transcendence in Art & Science 2018, Corfu: Department of Audio & Visual Arts - Ionian University, ISBN: 978-960-7260-65-9.

* Dalila Honorato, guest editor (2018), Technoetic Arts Journal, 16:3 (special issue peer-reviewed), editor-in-chief Roy Ascott, Intellect.

* Dalila Honorato and Andreas Gianakoulopoulos (ed) (2018), Taboo-Transgression-Transcendence in Art & Science 2017, Corfu: Department of Audio & Visual Arts - Ionian University, ISBN: 978-960-7260-60-4.

* Dalila Honorato, guest editor (2017), Technoetic Arts Journal,15:2 (special issue peer-reviewed), editor-in-chief Roy Ascott, Intellect.

* Dalila Honorato and Andreas Gianakoulopoulos (ed) (2017), Taboo-Transgression-Transcendence in Art & Science 2016, Corfu: Department of Audio & Visual Arts - Ionian University, ISBN: 978-960-7260-59-8.

* Dalila Honorato (2016), "'I like the way it hurts': Impressions on The Duke of Burgundy" published in the Greek journal for film and literature To Anthropino vol. 1:82-91, February 2016.

* Dalila Honorato (ed) (2015), Metamorphoses of corporeality: Art-Body-Technology, Corfu: Department of Audio & Visual Arts - Ionian University, ISBN: 978-960-7260-54-3.


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