Saskia Korsten’s Thesis Abstract Voted Among Top in LABS 2011
The Leonardo Abstracts Service (LABS) connected with the journal Leonardo) recently announced the results of its competition for top MA and PhD abstracts submitted to its English language database from scholars around the world. Korsten’s abstract for her thesis, “Reversed Remediation. How Art Can Make One Critically Aware of the Workings of Media” (New Media MA, UvA, 2010) was voted one of the top six from over forty considered. Congratulations to Saskia for this recognition of her excellent work.
New Media MA students whose thesis topics fit the thematic focus of Leonardo (art, science, technology) are encouraged to submit their abstracts to LABS.