William H. Neukom 1964 Distinguished Professor of Computational Science, and Director of the Neukom Institute for Computational Science, Dartmouth College.
Hany's research reaches many different areas, from digital forensics to the digital reconstruction of Ancient Egyptian tombs. Hany works and plays with digital media at the crossroads of computer science, engineering, mathematics, optics and psychology.
Associate Professor and Chair, Media Studies Department, Pomona College, CA.
Professor Fitzpatrick is co-coordinating editor and press director of MediaCommons, a digital scholarly network that seeks to update scholarship and academic publishing to take advantage of the new media environment.
Sherman Fairchild Distinguished Professor in Digital Humanities, Dartmouth College.
Flanagan works as an artist, scientist, and humanist and directs the Tiltfactor research laboratory (http://www.tiltfactor.org) at Dartmouth College. As a writer of electronic literature and critical studies, she has authored over 20 essays and chapters on digital culture. More recent books in English include re:SKIN (2007) and Critical Play (2009) with MIT Press. Her work has been supported by commissions, the NEH, the ACLS, and the NSF. Flanagan is currently interested in the intersection of games, social issues, and data gathering, such as using crowdsourcing to gather metadata for nonprofits or underserved communities. http://www.maryflanagan.com
Professor of English and Director of Digital Humanities at Miami University.
Mandell's research focuses on writing in British romanticism and 18th century British literature. The Poetess Archive constitutes a resource for studying the literary history of popular British and American poetry. She is currently developing new methods for visualizing poetry. Mandell is an associate editor for the NINES and is Director of 18thConnect--forthcoming in July. Mandell is also chair of the committee on Information Technology for the Modern Language Association (MLA). Handouts: Workshop Case Study (pdf) and Abstract (jpg)
Professor of Comparative Literature and English, and Director of the Society for the Humanities at Cornell University.
Prof. Murray's research and teaching crosses the boundaries of new media, film and video, visual studies, as well as seventeenth-century studies and critical theory, with strong interests in philosophy and psychoanalysis. He is Founding Curator of the Rose Goldsen Archive of New Media Art in the Cornell Library, the Co-Curator of CTHEORY Multimedia, and curated the traveling exhibition, "Contact Zones: The Art of CD-Rom". He sits on the Steering Committee of HASTAC and is co-leader of the collaboratory between CenterNet and CHCI. He is currently working on a book, Immaterial Archives: Curatorial Instabilities @ New Media Art, which is a sequel to Digital Baroque: New Media Art and Cinematic Folds (Minnesota, 2008). More Info
Curator of Manuscripts and Rare Books at The Walters Art Museum in Baltimore.
Dr. Noel received his PhD in 1993 from Cambridge University, England, and is on the faculty of the Rare Book School at the University of Virginia, and is an Adjunct Professor in the History of Art at Johns Hopkins University. Among the positions he has held are Director of Studies in the History of Art, Downing College, Cambridge University, and Assistant Curator of Manuscripts at The J. Paul Getty Museum in Los Angeles. He has directed the Archimedes Palimpsest project since January 1999.
Acquisitions Editor for The MIT Press.
Sery is responsible for, among other areas, the Leonardo book series on art, science and technology and books on New Media.
Professor and Chair, Department of Sociology, UVM.
Professor Streeter studies media, technology, law and culture. In his book Selling the Air he presents a study of the cultural underpinnings of the creation of the US broadcast industry and its regulatory apparatus. His latest book, The Net Effect: Romanticism, Capitalism, and the Internet, is a study of the role of culture in the social construction of internet technology.