vom 14.06.10 bis 15.06.10
war Thomas Haigh (University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee)
(Artur-Woll-Haus, Raum AE-B-101/102)
bei uns zu Gast.

Thematischer Schwerpunkt des Aufenthaltes:
„Posterity will Care – Oral Media History and its Methods“
vom 29.06.09 bis 30.06.09
war Dr. Lincoln James Dahlberg
(The University of Queensland, Australia)
bei uns zu Gast.

Profil:
Lincoln Dahlberg is a post-doctoral research fellow and affiliate lecturer at the School of Journalism and Communications, The University of Queensland, Australia. He has previously been a New Zealand Foundation for Science and Technology post-doctoral research fellow, and undertaken research and teaching in both sociology and media studies at Massey University and Victoria University, New Zealand. Dahlberg teaches and researches in media politics, critical theory, and digital democracy. He has published extensively in these areas, is co-editor of Radical Democracy and the Internet (Palgrave, 2007), and was co-editor of New Zealand Sociology from 2002-07. He is currently working on three main projects: exploring the radicalization of the public sphere through post-structuralist/Marxist political theory; examining the intersection of discourse theory and media politics, and critically surveying discourses of digital-democracy.

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vom 08.12.08 bis 19.12.08
war Gabriele Leidloff
(Künstlerin, Berlin)
bei uns zu Gast.

Thematischer Schwerpunkt des Aufenthaltes:
ihre Ausstellung 'Ugly Casting 1.7.' mit dem dazugehörenden Rahmenprogramm.

Profil:
Gabriele Leidloff works with video, film, photography and image generating techniques. She conceptualized and launched the project l o g - i n / l o c k e d o u t - A Forum of Art and Neuroscience - www.locked-in.com. l o g - i n / l o c k e d o u t is under the patronage of UNESCO. Galleries, museums and universities in Europe and the U.S. have exhibited her installations, among them the National Centre for Contemporary Arts Moscow, the Museum for Contemporary Art | ZKM Karlsruhe, the Berlin Academy of Arts, Martin-Gropius-Bau, Georg Kolbe Museum, Goethe-Institut Berlin, Wissenschaftskolleg zu Berlin, the Naughton Gallery at Queen's University Belfast, Yale University Digital Media Center for the Arts, Columbia University, New School University and New York University Faculty of Arts and Science.
Essays and reviews on her art have been published in numerous books, such as Science Images and Popular Images of the Sciences, Video, ergo sum, video cult/ures, Theater der Natur und Kunst, as well as in catalogues and magazines, e.g. Gehirn&Geist, Kunstforum, Deutschland and NY Arts.
Gabriele Leidloff's installations combine image generating techniques and scientific apparatus with advanced visual technologies used by electronic media. Her static and moving images surprise through their uncharacteristic camera angle, which reflects on the language of the media. In her films, videos and photographs, she presents images that mediate the space between the real and the virtual, and effaces the line that divides the scientific from the aesthetic. Using image producing techniques such as radiography, ultrasound, computed tomography, magnetoencephalography, and eye-tracking Leidloff produces a new kind of productive paradox. Through the inversion of representations she constructs erroneously familiar images of the gaze from outside and open surfaces rather than views of an inner sphere. Her X-ray images disturb because the skeletal structure is missing. We look at fabricated film scenes, swinging hips like those of fashion models, an encounter, a kiss. Gabriele Leidloff's installations produce a picture puzzle that binds together science and aesthetics, technology and artistic reproducton.

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vom 23.06.08 bis 24.06.08
war Klaus Krippendorff
(Annenberg School for Communication, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, USA)
bei uns zu Gast.

Profil:
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vom 07.04.08 bis 19.04.08
war Prof. Brian Winston
(University of Lincoln, UK)
bei uns zu Gast.

Profil:
Brian Winston, Pro-Vice Chancellor (External Affairs) was, until January of 2005, Dean of Media & Humanities at the University of Lincoln. He has played a similar role at the Universities of Westminster, Cardiff, Pennsylvania State and New York over the past 25 years.
An active journalist, documentary filmmaker and writer, he worked as a producer/director at Granada Television and BBC TV in the 1960s and ‘70s. In 1985, he won a US prime time Emmy for documentary scriptwriting (for WNET, New York).
He regularly speaks at international documentary film festivals and continues to file journalism and broadcast, primarily for BBC Radio 4. He has served as a governor of the British Film Institute and sits on the boards of the Sheffield International Documentary Festival, the Grierson Trust, the British Journalism Review and Journalism Studies. In Lincolnshire, he chairs the Creative Industries Partnership.
His 11th book, Lies, Damn Lies & Documentaries, was published in October 2000. His 9th Media Technology and Society, was voted the best book of 1998 by the American Association for History and Computing. His latest (and 12th), Messages: Free Expression, Media & the West, 1455-1991, is published in September 2005.
Research Interests:
Documentary film The history of media technology Media institutions, history and theory



vom 25.06.07 bis 26.06.07
war Mary Griffiths
(University of Adelaide)
bei uns zu Gast.

Profil:
Mary Griffiths joined the University of Adelaide in July, 2006, from the position of Associate Professor (Screen and Media)at the University of Waikato, NZ, where she was departmental research co-ordinator, and inaugural convener of the Faculty's research network FRN. She served on, and then chaired, the Faculty Ethics Committee, and has a long-term interest in communication ethics. Her undergraduate teaching focussed on media research methods, globalisation and the impact of digital and mobile technologies. At postgraduate level the courses she taught were : 'Researching the Media' and 'Mobile Mediated World'. She was involved in early planning for an arts/media business incubator in the City of Hamilton. As Monash University's Head of Communications and Writing from 1999-2003, she was a foundation member of the group which launched the university's international, flexible communications programs. She enjoyed designing courses for, and participating in, austral-asian online student groups, and has maintained an interest in widening access to educational opportunities, cross-cultural exchange, and in flexible learning and teaching modes. Writing, and Gender Studies were other majors she helped establish at Monash. As Visiting Research Associate at the Institute for Regional Studies, she convened the Institute's 2nd International conference, on E-governance. She is a member of the editorial boards of the international journals Southern Review : Communication, Politics and Culture, EJEG: the Electronic Journal of E-Government, and The Journal of E-Government. She runs the mini-track in e-democracy at the annual European Conference of E-Government (the 7th is to be held at Den Haag next year). Mary is interested in media democracy and other forms of mediated power relations, digital citizenship, media theory and research methods, digital storytelling, and locative interactive technologies. She is an enthusiastic collector of (even ephemeral) information about new technologies. Mary likes working in communities as well as the experience of being totally immersed in the media of other countries.

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vom 18.06.07 bis 30.06.07
war Jay Bolter
(Georgia Institute of Technology,
Graphics, Visualization & Usability Center)
bei uns zu Gast.

Profil:
Jay David Bolter is a Professor in the School of Literature, Communication and Culture and is jointly appointed in the College of Computing. He was previously an Associate Professor in the Department of Classics at the University of North Carolina. He earned a Ph.D. in Classics in 1977 and an M.S. in Computer Science in 1978, both at the University of North Carolina. He has written two books on the cultural and social significance of the computer: Turing's Man: Western Culture in the Computer Age (1984) and Writing Space: The Computer, Hypertext and the History of Writing (1991). He is also the co-designer and programmer of a hypertext system called StorySpace. His current research is directed toward extending the principles of hypertext to the multimedia environment, as well as building and testing multimodal interfaces for writing and collaboration.

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vom 07.05.07 bis 18.05.07
war Prof. Dr. Rüdiger Campe
(John Hopkins University Baltimore, Maryland)
bei uns zu Gast.

Thematischer Schwerpunkt des Aufenthaltes:
Medium der Selbstaffektion

Profil:
RÜDIGER CAMPE is Professor and Chair of the German Department at Johns Hopkins University. He received his Ph.D. in 1987 from the Albert-Ludwigs-Universität in Freiburg and the Habilitation in 2000 from the University Gesamthochschule of Essen (Germany). He has taught German and Comparative Literature as an Assistant Professor at the Department of Literature and Language of the University of Essen 1986-1988 and again 1990-1996; he was a Mellon fellow at the Johns Hopkins University 1988-1990, a visiting fellow of the Graduiertenkolleg at the European University Frankfurt/Oder 1996-1998 and a visiting professor at the German Department of New York University in the spring 2000. He is the author of "Spiel der Wahrscheinlichkeit. Literatur und Berechnung zwischen Pascal und Kleist" (2002) and "Affekt und Ausdruck. Zur Umwandlung der literarischen Rede im 17. und 18. Jahrhundert" (1990). Dr. Campe has also written recent articles on theory and history of rhetoric and aesthetics, on representation in law and science, and on Baroque theatre and the aesthetics of the modern novel. Dr. Campe has received grants of the Studienstiftung des Deutschen Volkes and the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft. In 2002 he received the Award of the Aby Warburg Foundation for his work in cultural philosophy and analysis.

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vom 09.11.05 bis 30.11.05
war Dr. Tom Holert
(freier Autor)
bei uns zu Gast.

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vom 13.10.03 bis 23.10.03
war Prof. Dr. Michael Wetzel
(Rheinische Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität Bonn, Germanistisches Seminar)
bei uns zu Gast.

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vom 06.07.03 bis 18.07.03
war Prof. Jerome Barkow
(Dalhousie University Halifax, Kanada)
bei uns zu Gast.

Profil:
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vom 08.12.02 bis 19.12.02
war Prof. Jerome Barkow
(Dalhousie University Halifax, Kanada)
bei uns zu Gast.

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vom 01.10.02 bis 31.08.03
war Prof. Dr. Keval Kumar
(University of Pune, Indien)
bei uns zu Gast.



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