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Fall 2009

Digital Anthropology
Lane DeNicola, Anthropology, University College London



Spring 2009

Cyberculture
Kristin Scott, New Century College , George Mason University

Cyberspace Ethnography
Maximilian Forte, Sociology & Anthropology, Concordia University, Montreal, Canada

Writing for the Web: The Informatics of New Media Authoring
Spencer Schaffner, English, Center for Writing Studies, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign



Spring 2008

Communication Technology and Society
Christian Sandvig, Speech Communication, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Making the World Wireless: Service in Technology and Policy
Christian Sandvig, Speech Communication, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

New Media and Society
Tarleton Gillespie, Communication, Cornell University

Poetics of Play in Digital Roleplaying Games
Terry Schenold, English, University of Washington

Social Media for PR
Corinne Weisgerber, Communication, St. Edward's University



Fall 2007

Literature and the Culture of Cyberspace
Kristin Scott, English, Columbia College Chicago



Spring 2007

Communication Technology & Society
Christian Sandvig, Speech Communication, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Cybercultures: Theory
Kristin Scott, Cultural Studies Department, Department of Liberal Education, Columbia College Chicago

Cybercultures: Theory
Kristin Scott, Department of Liberal Education, Columbia College Chicago

Cybercultures: Theory
Kristin Scott, Cultural Studies, Columbia College Chicago

Graduate Seminar in Communication Technology
Christian Sandvig, Speech Communication, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Media and Democracy
Rob Frieden, Communications, Penn State University

Media Technology & Cultural Change
Jason Mittell, Film & Media Culture, Middlebury College

Memory Palaces: Computing and History in The Built Environment
Kevin Hamilton, Piotr Adamczyk, Art + Design, Library and Information Science, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign



Fall 2006

Digital Cultures | Digital Divides
Kim Christen, Comparative Ethnic Studies/ American Studies, Washington State University

Electronic Culture
Niranjan Rajah, School of Interactive Arts and Technology, Simon Fraser University Surrey

Geographies of Cyberspace
Darren Purcell, Geography, University of Oklahoma

Literature and the Culture of Cyberspace
Kristin Scott, English Department, Columbia College Chicago

The Law in Cyberspace
Jessica Litman, Law School, University of Michigan



Summer 2006

Cybercultures and Digital Writing
Kevin Eric DePew, English, Old Dominion University



Spring 2006

Advanced Research Methods: Online Social Research
Mark D. Johns, Communication Studies, Luther College, Decorah, Iowa

Cyberculture: A Sociological Analysis for Educators
Robert Runte, Education, University of Lethbridge

Cyberporn & Society
Alex Halavais, Informatics, SUNY Buffalo

Digital Culture
Terrence A. Brooks, Information School, University of Washington

History & New Media
Paula Petrik, History & Art History, George Mason University

Media Across Cultures
Niranjan Rajah, School of Interactive Arts and Technology, Simon Fraser University - Surrey

Social Theory of New Media
Jakub Macek, Media Studies and Journalism, School of Social Studies, Masaryk University (Brno, Czech Republic)



Fall 2005

Communication Technology
Christian Sandvig, Speech Communication, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Cyberculture
Jakub Macek, Media Studies and Journalism, School of Social Studies, Masaryk university (Brno , Czech Republic)

Internet Studies
Derek Stanovsky, Interdisciplinary Studies, Appalachian State University

Living Online: The Internet in American Society
Scott Walter, University Libraries, University of Kansas

New Media as Virtual Communities
Ted M. Coopman, Communication, University of Washington

Play and Technology Seminar
Christian Sandvig, Speech Communication, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Virtual Communities
Dmitri Williams, Speech Communication, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Virtual Communities: Online Technologies and Ethnographic Practice
Claudia A Engel, Cultural and Social Anthropology, Stanford University



Spring 2005

Anthropology of Virtual Worlds
Alex Golub, Anthropology, Hawai'i Pacific University

Cyberculture
Mahir M. Yavuz, Visual Communication Design, Istanbul Bilgi University

Cyberculture
Sunka Simon, Modern Languages and Literatures, Swarthmore College

Cyberporn & Society
Alexander Halavais, Informatics, University at Buffalo

Ethnography of Massively Multiplayer Online Games
Aaron Delwiche, Communication, Trinity University

History & New Media
Paula Petrik, History & Art History, George Mason University

Information Systems and Communication
Ulla Bunz, Department of Communication, Rutgers University

Models of Networked Practice
M. Dobson, Interactive Arts and Technology, Simon Fraser University-Surrey, BC, Canada

Navigating Information Networks
Adrienne Massanari, Communication, University of Washington

Sistemas Artísticos em Rede
Romano, Interface Pública, Rio de Janeiro, Brasil



Winter 2005

Cyberculture
Harvey Quamen, English and Film Studies, University of Alberta

Cyberculture
Andy Miah, Media, Language & Music, University of Paisley, Scotland, UK

Digital Literacy
Jeff Rice, English, Wayne State University

Internet and Society
Eszter Hargittai, Communication Studies, Northwestern University

Internet: Social and Policy Aspects
Leslie Regan Shade, Communication Studies, Concordia University

Navigating Information Networks
Adrienne Massanari, Communication, University of Washington

Sociology of Information & Communication Technologies
Martin Hand, Sociology, Queen's University, Ontario



Fall 2004

Critical Internet Studies
Lisa Nakamura, Communication Arts, University of Wisconsin, Madison

Cyberculture [Graduate Seminar]
Cassandra Van Buren, Communication, University of Utah

Digital History Documentary
Paula Petrik, History & Art History, George Mason University

Information Technology and Information Labor
Greg Downey, Library & Information Studies / Journalism & Mass Communication, University of Wisconsin-Madison

Interactive Multimedia
Aaron Delwiche, Communication, Trinity University

Interactive Narrative
Cassandra Van Buren, Communication, University of Utah

Interdisciplinary Forums
Ron Burnett and Alan Boykiw, Critical and Cultural Studies, Emily Carr Institute of Art + Design

Internet Studies
Derek Stanovsky, Interdisciplinary Studies, Appalachian State University

Leadership and Technology
James Beebe, Doctoral Program in Leadership Studies, Gonzaga University

Organizations and Interactive Technologies
David Stark, School of Public and International Affairs, Columbia University

Sociologies of Cyberspace
Ellis Godard, Sociology, California State University Northridge

The Citizen in the Information Age
Tammy Sugarman, University Library, Georgia State University

The Internet as a Social Phenomenon: Issues and Methods
Tarleton Gillespie, Communication, Cornell University

Virtual Communities
Dmitri Williams, Speech Communication, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Virtual Communities: Online Technologies and Ethnographic Practice
Claudia A Engel, Cultural and Social Anthropology, Stanford University



Summer 2004

e_thnology III - 'open content' und Reziprozität
Alexander Knorr, Institut für Ethnologie und Afrikanistik, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität, München

History & New Media: Interactive Maps
Paula Petrik, History and Art History, George Mason University

Sci-Fi: Alien Utopias and Dystopias
Ignacio Valero and Jonathan Lyons, Humanities / Graduate Writing Program, California College of the Arts

The Internet: Power, Politics and Policy
Jeremy Hunsinger, Political Science, Virginia Tech



Spring 2004

Analysis of Web Content
Alex Halavais, School of Informatics, University at Buffalo (SUNY)

Basic Concepts of New Media
Giorgia Aiello, Communication, University of Washington

Communication Technologies
Joyce Chen, Communication Studies, University of Northern Iowa

Communication Technology and Society
Christian Sandvig, Speech Communication, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Critical Theory and Digital Media
David Golumbia, Media Studies and English, University of Virginia

Cultural Theory and Data-based Art
Trebor Scholz, Media Study, State University of New York at Buffalo

Cyberculture
Virginia Montecino, John Windmueller, New Century College, George Mason Univiersity

Cyberspace and Hypermedia
Greg Downey, Library & Information Studies / Journalism & Mass Communication, University of Wisconsin-Madison

Games for the Web
Aaron Delwiche, Communication, Trinity University

History & New Media
Paula Petrik, History and Art History, George Mason University

Information Systems and Communication
Ulla Bunz, Communication, Rutgers University

Interactive Multimedia
Aaron Delwiche, Communication, Trinity University

Internet Literacy
Virginia Montecino, New Century College, George Mason University

Life Online - Culture, Technology, and Democracy
John Norvell, Anthropology, Harvard University

Media Technology and Cultural Change
Jason Mittell, Film & Media Culture, Middlebury College

Mediated Communication in Society
Ulla Bunz, Communication, Rutgers University

Navigating the Information Networks
Irina Gendelman, Communication, University of Washington

Rhetoric, Writing & Culture: "Writing" with Twenty-First Century Media
Virginia Kuhn, English, University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee

Technology, Media, Culture, and Society
Bruce Barry, Sociology and Management, Vanderbilt University



Winter 2004

Cyberanthropology
Alexander Knorr, Institut für Ethnologie und Afrikanistik, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität, München

Social Implications of Communication and Information Technologies
Eszter Hargittai, Communication Studies, Northwestern University



Fall 2003

Community Practice and Digital Social Change
Doug Schuler and Helena Meyer-Knapp, Evening and Weekend Studies, The Evergreen State College

Computers and Human Values
Roger B. Blumberg, Computer Science, Brown University

Computers in Language and Rhetoric
Samantha Blackmon, English, Purdue University

Cultural Diversity in/and Cyberspace
David Silver, Communication, University of Washington

Cyberactivism and Cyberliberties
Martha McCaughey, Interdisciplinary Studies/Internet Studies, Appalachian State University

Cyborgography
Jeff Rice, English, University of Detroit Mercy

Information and Culture in a Global Context
Nadia Caidi, Information Studies, University of Toronto

Interactive Multimedia
Aaron Delwiche, Communication, Trinity University (Texas)

Internet Studies
Derek Stanovsky, Interdisciplinary Studies, Appalachian State University

NCLC 249 Internet Literacy
Virginia Montecino, New Century College, George Mason University

NCLC 348 Information in the Digital Age
Virginia Montecino and Lesley Smith, New Century College, George Mason University

Politics of the Internet
Barrett L. McCormick, Political Science, Marquette University

Social Informatics
Thomas Haigh, Informatics, Indiana University

Virtual Communites: Theories and Practices
Susan Garfinkel, Communication, Culture and Technology, Georgetown University

Virtual Culture and Communication
Brian Ott, Speech Communication, Colorado State University



Summer 2003

Building Cyberfeminist Webs: Theory and Practice
Radhika Gajjala, Communication Studies, Bowling Green State University

Computerization in Society
Christina Courtright, Library and Information Science, Indiana University



Spring 2003

Advanced Online Media Production
Mindy McAdams, Journalism and Communications, University of Flordia

Communication & Information Technologies and Politics
Kirsten Foot, Communication, University of Washington

Communication and Emerging Technologies
Toby J. Arquette, Communication, Purdue University

Communication and Technology
Bernardo Attias, Communication Studies, California State University

Communication, Culture, and Technology
TL Taylor, Communication, NCSU

Computer-Mediated Communication
Crispin Thurlow, Centre for Language & Communication Research, Cardiff University

Computer-Mediated Communication
Marshall Soules, English, Malaspina University-College

Computer-Mediated Communities
Radhika Gajjala, Communication Studies, Bowling Green State University

Critical Netcultures
Trebor Scholz, Media Study, SUNY - Buffalo

Cyber Theory and Practice
Jo Mackiewicz, Composition and Linguistics, University of Minnesota Duluth

Cyberculture
Virginia Montecino and John Windmueller, New Century College, George Mason University

Digital Culture
Matthew Kirschenbaum, English, University of Maryland

Digital Texts and Print Experiments. Cultural Production in the Information Age
Daniel Gilfillan, Languages & Literatures, Arizona State University

E-Governance & Internet Politics
Andrew Chadwick, Social and Political Science, University of London

Ethnography of On-line Role-playing Games
Aaron Delwiche, Department of Communication, University of Washington

Gender and Computerization
Susan Herring, Library and Information Science, Indiana University

Internet Literacy
Virginia Montecino, New Century College, George Mason University

Internet Policy Seminar
Christian Sandvig, Speech Communication, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Introduction to Human-Computer Interaction
Andrew Kurtz, Library and Information Science, Indiana University

Mediated Communication in Organizations
Ulla Bunz, Communication, Rutgers University

Navigating the Information Networks
Irina Gendelman, Communication, University of Washington

New Technology and Child Development
Philip Bell, Cognitive Studies in Education, University of Washington

Play and Technology Seminar
Christian Sandvig, Speech Communication, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Principles of Interactive Design
Janet Murray, Literature, Communication and Culture, Georgia Tech

Race, Gender and Information Technology
Susan E. Searing and Bharat Mehra, Library and Information Science, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Rhetoric and Tele/Technics
Kenneth Rufo, Speech Communication, University of Georgia

Social Impact of Digital Media
Fred Turner, Communication, Stanford University

Social Visualization
Judith Donath, Media Lab, MIT

Technological Tools for Learning
Mitchel Resnick, Science, Technology and Society, MIT

Textuality in the Digital Age
Steven Jones, English, Loyola University Chicago

The Cyborg Gaze
Neal Thomas, New Media, University of Lethbridge

The Information Environment
Jeff Rutenbeck, Communication, University of Denver

The Network Society
Carole Meyers, Allen Tullos, Institute for Liberal Arts, Emory University

User Interface Design
Javed Mostafa, Library and Information Science, Indiana University

User-centered Database Management System Design
Kiduk Yang, Library and Information Science, Indiana University

Web Building and Site Management
Jeff Rutenbecks, Communication, University of Denver

Work and Communication in Electronic Environments
Noriko Hara, Library and Information Science, Indiana University

Writing for Electronic Media Environments
Annette N. Markham, Communication, University of Illnois at Chicago



Winter 2003

Datascapes: Information Aesthetics and Network Culture
Carolyn Guertin, English, Athabasca University, Canada

Digital Journalism
Tony Chan, Communication and International Studies, University of Washington

eCommunities: Analysis and Design of Online Interaction Environments
Paul Resnick, School of Information, University of Michigan

Introduction to Information Studies
Robert Frost, School of Information, University of Michigan

Introduction to New Media
Aaron Delwiche, Communication, University of Washington

Navigating Information Networks
Aaron Delwiche, Communication, University of Washington

New Developments in Cyberspace Law
Jessica Litman, Law, Wayne State University Law School

New Media & International Development: India, Indonesia & China
Philip N. Howard, Communication, University of Washington

Philosophy and Technology
Bruce Umbaugh, Philosophy, Webster University

Special Topics in Cultural Studies: Cyberculture
Steven Shaviro, English, University of Washington

The Information Environment
Jeff Rutenbeck, Communication, University of Denver

Theories of Technology & Culture
Mark Poster, History, University of California, Irvine



Fall 2002

An Interdisciplinary Approach to Technoculture
Amy Chan, Modern Languages & Intercultural Studies, The Chinese University of Hong Kong

Cibercultura
Heidi J. Figueroa Sarriera, Psychology, University of Puerto Rico, Río Piedras Campus

Communication and Information Technology
Joseph Walther & Brook Foucault, Communications, Cornell

Computer Mediated Learning
Ted Frick, Instructional Systems Technology, Indiana University

Computers and Human Values
Roger B. Blumberg, Computer Science, Brown University

Critical Analysis of Communication Media
TL Taylor, Communication, NCSU

Cultural Diversity in/and Cyberspace
David Silver, Communication, University of Washington

Cultural Impact of Information Technology
Aaron Delwiche, Communication, University of Washington

CyberCities: Community & Communication in Changing Urban Areas
Lewis Code & Peggy Keall, Social Science, York University

Cybertexts and Cybermedia
Matthew G. Kirschenbaum, English, University of Maryland, College Park

Digital Copyright
Jessica Litman, Law, Wayne State University Law School

Digital Diversity
Michelle R. Kendrick, English, Washington State University

Digital Divides and Differences Seminar
Gregory Downey, Letters and Sciences, University of Wisconsin Madison

Digital Rhetoric
James Porter, American Thought and Language, Michigan State University

Ethics and Law on the Electronic Frontier
Hal Abelson & Mike Fischer, Media Arts and Sciences, MIT

Game Design as a Cultural Practice
Janet H. Murray, Literature, Communication and Culture, Georgia Tech

Gendered Techno-culture
Ann Marie Nicolosi, Women's and Gender Studies, College of New Jersey

Geographies of Cyberspace
Greg Downey, Journalism and Mass Communication, University of Wisconsin - Madison

Hypermedia
Gregory Ulmer, English, University of Florida

Hypertext Fiction & Digital Poetries
Rita Raley, English, University of California, Santa Barbara

Information in the Digital Age
Virginia Montecino & Lesley Smith, New Century College, George Mason University

Internet and Identity
Annette Markham, Communication, University of Illinois at Chicago

Internet Communication
Andrew F. Wood, Communication Studies, San José State University

Internet Studies
Derek Stanovsky, Interdisciplinary Studies, Appalachian State University

Introduction to New Media
Aaron Delwiche, Communication, University of Washington

Introduction to Technology and Cities
Keith Hampton, Urban Studies and Planning, MIT

Literary Narrative in a Digital Age
Jeanne Villarena Po, English, Boston College

Literature in a Wired World
Jason Rhody, English, University of Maryland

Mass Media Graphics
Thom Lieb, Mass Communication and Communication Studies, Towson University

Media in the Information Age
Alexander Halavais, Informatics, University at Buffalo / SUNY

Mediated Communication in Society
Ulla Bunz, Communication, Rutgers University

Our Modems, Ourselves: Individuals in Cyberspace
Jacquelyn Burkell, Information and Media Studies, Univeristy of Western Ontario

Politics of E-Governance
Andrew Chadwick, Social and Political Science, Royal Holloway College, University of London

Politics Online
Philip N. Howard, Communication, University of Washington

Public Policy, Law, and Ethics in Information Networking
Arthur Morin, Political Science and Justice Studies, Fort Hays State

Rhetoric, Technology, and the Internet
Laura J. Gurak, Rhetoric, University of Minnesota

Sociology of Science and Technology: A Graduate Seminar
Phillip Thurtle, Sociology & Anthropology, Carleton University

Sociology of the Internet
Randy Stoecker, Sociology, University of Toledo

Story and Archive in the 21st Century
Randy Bass and Eddie Maloney, English, Georgetown University

Understanding Network Computing
Paul Resnick, School of Information, University of Michigan

User Needs and Behavior in Theory and Practice
Christina Courtright, Library and Information Science, Indiana University



Summer 2002

Information Design for the Web: XML
Howard Rosenbaum, Library and Information Science, Indiana University

Information Technology and Society
Paul Harwood, Government and Politics, University of Maryland

Politics and Technology
David Watkins, Political Science, University of Washington

Website Fundamentals
Jeff Rutenbeck, Communication, University of Denver



Spring 2002

Arts and New Media
James R. Beniger, Annenberg School for Communication, University of Southern California

Communication, Technology and Society
David Lawrence, Communication, Alma College

Community and Social Networks: Social Relations, Place and Cyberspace
Keith Hampton, Urban Studies and Planning, MIT

Computer-Mediated Communication
Crispin Thurlow, Centre for Language and Communication, Cardiff University, Wales, UK

Computers in Art Education
Craig Roland, Art, University of Flordia

Cyberculture
Virginia Montecino, New Century College Integrative Studies, George Mason University

Cyberspace Law
Brad Biddle, Law, Arizona State University School of Law

Cyber-Theory
Caren Irr, English and American Literature, Brandeis University

Electronic Commerce
Howard Rosenbaum, School of Library and Information Science, Indiana University

Electronic Critique Laboratory
Marcel O'Gorman, Electronic Critique, University of Detroit Mercy

Ethics and Information Technology
Julie Van Camp, Philosophy, California State University, Long Beach

Ethics and the Internet
Wendy Robinson, Religion, Duke University

Gender and Computerization
Susan Herring, Library and Information Science, Indiana University

Information Architecture for the Web
Howard Rosenbaum, Library and Information Science, Indiana University

Internet & Society: The Technologies and Politics of Control
Jonathan Zittrain, Law School, Harvard

Internet and the Market
Michael Froomkin, Law, University of Miami

Internet Law and Policy Seminar
Christian Sandvig, Comparative Media Law and Policy, Oxford University

Internet Research
Kirsten Foot, Communication, University of Washington

Introduction to Media Technology
Crispin Thurlow, Language & Communication Research, Cardiff University

Narratives of Cyberspace
Marshall Soules, Media Studies, Malaspina University-College

New Communication Technologies, Identity and Community
Edward Lenert, Media Studies, CUNY-Queens, USA

Philosophy and Technology
Bruce Umbaugh, Philosophy, Webster University

Politics of the Internet
Bruce D. Larkin, Politics, University of California at Santa Cruz

Rhetoric, Privacy, and Persuasion in Cyberspace
Laura J. Gurak , Rhetoric , University of Minnesota

Social, Political, and Organizational Issues in Electronic Commerce and the Internet
Bruce Barry, Owen Graduate School of Management, Vanderbilt University

Techno-identity: Who we are and how we perceive ourselves and others at the dawn of the 21st century
Judith Donath, Media Arts and Sciences, MIT

Technology, Change and Communications
Mindy McAdams, Communication, University of Flordia

The Anthropology of Cyberspace
Brian Schwimmer, Anthropology, University of Manitoba

The Internet and Politics
Alexandra Samuel, Political Science, University of British Columbia

The Nature of Technology
Lori Landay, General Education, Berklee College of Music

Video Games: Content, Industry, and Policy
Dmitri Williams, Communication Studies, University of Michigan

Women and Technology
E. Carr Everbach, Engineering, Swarthmore College

Women on the Web
Katie King, Women's Studies, University of Maryland, College Park



Winter 2002

eCommunities: Analysis and Design of Online Interaction Environments
Paul Resnick, School of Information, University of Michigan

Electronic Critique
Marcel O'Gorman, English, University of Detroit Mercy

Principles of Interactive Design
Janet H. Murray, Literature, Communication and Culture, Georgia Tech

Technology and Human Values
Catherine Hundleby, Information and Media Studies, University of Western Ontario



Fall 2001

An Interdisciplinary Approach to Technoculture
Amy K.S. Chan, Modern Languages & Intercultural Studies, The Chinese University of Hong Kong

Communication Technology: Making Sense of September 11, 2001
Annette N. Markham, Department of Communication, University of Illnois at Chicago

Computer-Mediated Communication
Nancy Baym, Communication, University of Kansas

Computers in Language & Rhetoric
Samantha Blackmon, English, Purdue University

Cyberanthropology
Evan Engwall, Anthropology, University of Texas at Arlington

Cyberculture
Jennifer Wood, Hispanic Studies, Scripps College

Designing Sociable Media
Judith Donath, Media Arts and Sciences, MIT

Digital Culture
Len Hatfield, English, Virginia Tech

Digital Culture
Mia Consalvo, Journalism and Mass Communication, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

Digital Rhetoric
Jeff Rice, English, University of Florida

Dot.Org Incubator
Paul Resnick, School of Information, University of Michigan

Emerging Digital Technologies
Marshall Soules, Media Studies, Malaspina University-College

Ethics for Cyberspace
Bruce Umbaugh, Philosophy, Webster University

Gender and the Media
Mia Consalvo, Journalism and Mass Communication, University of Wisconsin- Milwaukee

Information and Its Social Contexts
Andrew Clement & Nadia Caidi, Faculty of Information Studies, University of Toronto

Information and Society
John Paolillo, Library and Information Science, Indiana University

Interactive Narrative
Janet H. Murray, Literature, Communication and Culture, Georgia Tech

Internet and the State: Social and Political Regulation
Michael Froomkin, Law, University of Miami

Internet Communication
Andrew Wood, Communication Studies, San Jose State University

Internet Fraud
Steve Wernikoff, Law, John Marshall Law School

Internet Studies
Derek Stanovsky, Interdisciplinary Studies, Appalachian State University

Law in Cyberspace
Jessica Litman, Law, Wayne State University

Literature and Technology after Postmodernism
Jay Clayton, English, Vanderbilt University

Mapping Media and Cultural Theory
Carole Farber, Media, Information and Technoculture, The University of Western Ontario

Navigating the Networks
David Silver, Communication, University of Washington

Rhetorics of Cyberculture
D. Diane Davis, Rhetoric, University of Texas at Austin

Technology & Revolution: Computers, Culture and the Internet
Thomas Haigh, Science, Technology & Society, Colby College

Technology and Revolution: Computers, Culture and the Internet
Thomas Haigh, Science, Technology and Society, Colby College

Technology, Communication, and Cultural Studies
Jonathan Sterne, Communication, University of Pittsburgh

Writing in Cyberspace
Timothy D. Ray, English, Arizona State University



Spring 2001

Art in Cyberspace
Craig Roland, Art, University of Florida

Communication in the Virtual Group
Margaret McLaughlin, Communication, University of Southern California

Computer-Mediated Communication
Susan Herring, Library and Information Science, Indiana University

Computer-Mediated Communication
Steven L. Thorne, Speech Communication, Linguistics, and Applied Language Studies, Pennsylvania State University

Computer-Mediated Communication
Warren Sack, Information Management and Systems, UC Berkeley

Conflict Resolution and the Internet
Hank Bromley, Women's Studies, University at Buffalo

Contemporary Problems in Education: Technology, Education and Society
Douglas Kellner, Social Sciences and Comparative Education, UCLA

Cultures of Cyberspace
David Silver, Communication, Culture and Technology, Georgetown University

Cyberculture
Bryan Alexander, English, Centenary College of Louisiana

Cyberculture and Rhetoric
Patricia Sullivan, English, Purdue Univerisity

Cyberculture and Virtual Community
Virginia Montecino & Brigitte van Pelt, New Century College Integrative Studies, George Mason University

Cyberspace and Communication
Sean Baker, Journalism and Telecommunications, University of Kentucky

Cybertext
Ian Lancashire, English, University of Toronto

Digital Aesthetics
Janet H. Murray, Literature, Communication and Culture, Georgia Tech

Digital Culture: Searching for Truths in a World of Codes and Copies
Jennifer Terry, Comparative Studies, Ohio State University

Digital English
Gregory Ulmer, English, University of Flordia

Digitalizing Culture
William Warner, English, University of California, Santa Barbara

Diseño Audiovisual
Jose L. Orihuela, DigiLab, University of Navarra

Electronic Communities
Lee Sproull, Stern School of Business, New York University

Escritura No Lineal
Jose L. Orihuela, DigiLab, University of Navarra

Hyperliterature
Alan Liu, English, University of California, Santa Barbara

Information in the Digital Age
Virginia Montecino & Lesley Smith, New Century College Integrative Studies, George Mason University

Internet & Society
T.L. Taylor, Communication, North Carolina State University

Introduction to Communication on the Internet
Nancy Baym, Communications, University of Kansas

Issues in Using the Internet in Instruction
Sally Kuhlenschmidt, Psychology / Faculty Development, Western Kentucky University

Leadership and Technology
James Beebe, Leadership Studies, Gonzaga University and the University of Pretoria

Legal and Ethical Issues in New Media
Jan Fernback, Department of Broadcasting, Telecommunications and Mass Media, Temple University

Legal and Ethical Issues in New Media
Jan Fernback, Broadcasting, Telecommunications, and Mass Media, Temple University

Media, Culture & Society in the Islamic World
Mark Allen Peterson, Anthropology, American University in Cairo

Poesis: Literary Making and the Making of Literature - Cybertexts
John Runnion, English, University of Texas-Austin

Reinventing the Body: Technology, Physicality, and the Self
Laura J. Gurak, Rhetoric, University of Minnesota

Representing the Internet
Wendy Hui Kyong Chun, Modern Culture and Media, Brown University

Rhetoric of New Media
Wendy Hui Kyong Chun, Modern Culture and Media, Brown University

Rhetoric of/and the Internet
John W. Jordan, Speech Communication, University of Georgia

Rhetoric, Poetics, and Cultural and Digital Studies
Victor Vitanza, English, University of Texas - Arlington

Rhetorics of a Print/Digital Culture
Dickie Selfe & Bill Powers, Technical Communication, Michigan Technological University

Sociology and the Internet
Robert Wood, Sociology, Rutgers University

Sociology of Cyberspace
Patricia Chuchryk, Sociology, University of Lethbridge

Studies in Digital Media and Culture
Katrien Jacobs , Visual and Media Arts, Emerson College

Tale, Text, and Hypertext
Elayne Zalis, Communications, National University

Technoculture: Robots and Cyborgs in Popular Media
Mia Consalvo, Journalism and Mass Communication, University of Wisconsin- Milwaukee

Technology and Utopia
Nicholas Mirzoeff and Christa Erickson, Art and Comparative Studies, State University of New York, Stony Brook

Values, Science, and Technology in American Culture
Jennifer Terry, Comparative Studies, Ohio State University

Video Games and Culture
Mia Consalvo, Journalism and Mass Communication, University of Wisconsin- Milwaukee

Writing for New Media
Thom Lieb, Mass Communication and Communication Studies, Towson University



Winter 2001

Basic Concepts of New Media
David Silver, Communication, University of Washington

eCommunities
Paul Resnick, School of Information, University of Michigan

Emerging Genres of Learning Technology
Philip Bell, Education, Univeristy of Washington

Introducation to Communication on the Internet
Nancy Baym, Communication, University of Kansas

Special Topics in Cultural Studies: Electronic Culture
Steven Shaviro, English, University of Washington

The Culture of Information
Alan Liu, English, University of California, Santa Barbara

The Internet: Between Commerce and Culture
James Slevin, Social Science, University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands

Theories and Criticism of Communication Technologies
David Silver, Communication, University of Washington

Women and Technology
Robert Frost, Women's Studies, Women and Technology



Fall 2000

Aesthetics and History of New Media
Katrien Jacobs, Visual and Media Arts, Emerson College

bodies + machines: interrogating gender + technology in the digital age
Mary Flanagan, Communication Studies, Concordia University

Creative Writing: Poetry, Fiction, or Non-Fiction with Cybermedia
John Runnion, English, University of Texas-Austin

Cybergrrls and Wired Women: Gender & Information Technology
Sandra Shattuck, Center for Women and Information Technology, University of Maryland, Baltimore County

Electronic Literature and Culture: The Work of Art in the Digital Age
Rita Raley, English, University of California, Santa Barbara

Electronic Rhetoric
D. Diane Davis, Rhetoric, University of Iowa

Future Histories: Reading, Writing, and Remembering After the Internet
Derek Stanovsky, Interdisciplinary Studies, Appalachian State University

Gender and Technology
Martha McCaughey, Women's Studies, Virginia Tech

History of Information Technology
Ron Eglash, Science and Technology Studies, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute

Hypermedia and English Studies
Jerome Bump, English, University of Texas-Austin

Hypertext and Literature
Carolyn Guertin, English, Athabasca University

Information in Cyberspace
Heiko Haubitz, Library & Information Science, University of Texas at Austin

Interdisciplinary Studies of Technological Culture
Amy K.S. Chan, Modern Languages & Intercultural Studies, The Chinese University of Hong Kong

Internet Audiences
Margaret McLaughlin, Communication, University of Southern California

Issues in Media Studies: The Convergence of TV and Computers -- Emerging Broadband Genres
Janet H. Murray, Literature, Communication and Culture, Georgia Tech

Media Workshop: World Wide Web Journalism
Karla Tonella, Journalism and Mass Communication, University of Iowa

Multimedia Literature
Bryan Alexander, English, Centenary College of Louisiana

Reporting and Writing for the Web
Mindy McAdams, Journalism and Communications, University of Florida

Rhetoric of/and the Internet
John W. Jordan, Speech Communication, University of Georgia

Rhetorical Invention: Ancient, Modern, PostModern
Victor J. Vitanza, English, University of Texas - Arlington

Technology and Human Values
Burt Kimmelman, Science, Technology, and Society, New Jersey Institute of Technology

Technology as a Social Practice
Hank Bromley, Educational Leadership and Policy, State University of New York at Buffalo

Technophilia/Technophobia
Lori Landay, Education, Emerson College

The Computer and the Text: Hypermedia as Critical Expression
Jason Rhody, English, University of Maryland

The Design of Online Communities
Amy Bruckman, College of Computing, Georgia Tech

The Internet: Communication Culture and Change
Leila R. Brammer, Communications Studies, Gustavus Adolphus College

The World Brain
Bernd Frohmann, Information and Media Studies, Univeristy of Western Ontario

Virtual Culture and Communication
Brian Ott, Speech Communication, Colorado State University

Visualizing Narrative
Carolyn Guertin, Writing/New Media, Faculty of Extension, University of Alberta

Writing (in) Cyberspace
Katherine Heenan, Arizona State University, English



Summer 2000

Cyberfeminism + Technoculture
sidney eve matrix, Women's Studies, University of Minnesota

Gender and Communication
Radhika Gajjala, Communication Studies, Bowling Green State University

Media, Representation, and the Design of Information
Janet H. Murray, Literature, Communication and Culture, Georgia Tech



Spring 2000

Advanced Hypertext Fiction
Robert Arellano, English, Brown University

Computers and Society
Susan Leigh Star, Communication, UC San Diego

Critical Approaches to Digital Media
Jeff Rutenbeck, Communication, University of Denver

Cyberculture
Mary Lou Crouch and Virginia Montecino, New Century College, George Mason University

Cybermedia
Matthew G. Kirschenbaum, English, University of Kentucky

Cyberspace and the Law Seminar
Julie E. Cohen, Georgetown University Law Center,

Cyborg Genealogies: The Gothic
William Warner, English, University of California, Santa Barbara

Design for New Media
Gary Brown and Gregory Turner-Rahman, Broadcast/Communications, Washington State University

Electronic Literacy
H. Lewis Ulman, English, The Ohio State University

Future Visions
Eddie Duggan & Donovan Synmoie, Media Studies & Cultural Studies, Suffolk College, Ipswich, Suffolk, UK

Hypertext and Theory
Len Hatfield, English, Virginia Tech

Imagining the Internet: Fiction, Film and Theory
Jillana B. Enteen, English, University of Central Florida

Information and Communication Revolution
Manfred Kuechler, Sociology, Hunter College (CUNY)

Information in Cyberspace
Heiko Haubitz, Graduate School of Library and Information Science, University of Texas, Austin

Information in the Digital Age
Virginia Montecino and Lesley Smith, New Century College, George Mason University

Internet Communications
David Gauntlett, Institute of Communications Studies, University of Leeds, UK

Internet Issues and Applications
Paul Jones, Journalism and Mass Communication, University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill

Investigating Cyberspace: Communities and Cultures on the Net
Seamus Ross, Humanities Advanced Technology and Information Institute (HATII), University of Glasgow

Literacy in the Information Age
Bertram (Chip) Bruce, Library and Information Science, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Multimedia Authoring
Michelle R. Kendrick, English, Washington State University

Multimedia Literature
Bryan Alexander, English, Centenary College of Louisiana

Principles of Interactive Design
Janet H. Murray, Literature, Communication and Culture, Georgia Tech

Race, Gender and the Media
Mia Consalvo, Journalism and Mass Communication, University of Wisconsin- Milwaukee

Sociology and the Internet
Bob Wood, Sociology, Rutgers University

Special Topics in Humanities Computing
Matthew G. Kirschenbaum, English, University of Kentucky

The Digitization of Culture
Ron Burnett, Communications/Cultural Studies, Emily Carr Institute of Art and Design

The Internet
David Feldman, Interdisciplinary Studies, College of the Atlantic

The Internet for Humanists
Joan Korenman, English, University of Maryland, Baltimore County

The Internet for Humanists
Joan Korenman, English, University of Maryland, Baltimore County

The Virtual Society
Judith Donath, Media Arts and Sciences, MIT



Winter 2000

Computers and Society
Susan Leigh Star, Communication, University of California, San Diego

Humanities Computing
David S. Miall, English, University of Alberta

Understanding Internet Culture
Mia Consalvo, Journalism and Mass Communication, University of Wisconsin- Milwaukee

Weaving Webs: Native American Literature, Oral Tradition, and Internet
Chris Schedler, English, University of California, Santa Barbara



Fall 1999

Behavioral Science in the Information Age
Jim Lehman, Behavioral Science, University of Maine-Machias

Caught in the Web: Explorations in Cyberspace
Leonard Williams, Political Science, Manchester College

Computer Applications for the Liberal Arts
Gerald M. Santoro, Speech Communication, Penn State University

Computer-Mediated Communication Research
Leonard J. Shedletsky, Communication, University of Southern Maine

Computers in Language and Rhetoric
Patricia Sullivan, English, Purdue University

CyberCulture
Victor Vitanza, English, University of Texas - Arlington

Cyberspace Citizenship
Larry Martinez, Political Science, California State University, Long Beach

Cyberspace Citizenship
Larry Martinez, Political Science, California State University, Long Beach

Electronic Acces to Information
Bernard Leach, Sociology, Manchester Metropolitan University

Electronic Acces to Information
Patricia C. Profeta, Library Services, Indian River Community College

Ethical Dimensions
Janet Bennion, Jim Lehman, & Cindy Speaker, Behavioral Science, University of Maine-Machias

Exploring Learning Technologies
Carole Farber, Media, Information and Technoculture, University of Western Ontario

Hypertext Reading and Writing
David Miall, English, University of Alberta

Hypertext Theory and Practice
Adrian Miles, Communication Studies, Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology

Information Technology, Society, and Culture
Ron Eglash, Science and Technology Studies, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute

Interactive Narrative: Theory and Practice
Janet H. Murray, Literature, Communication and Culture, Georgia Tech

Internet Literacy
Virginia Montecino, New Century College, George Mason University

Introduction to Communication and Culture on the Internet
Brenda Danet, Communication & Journalism/Sociology & Anthropology, Hebrew University of Jerusalem

New Technologies in the Electronic Media
Ray Schroeder, Communication, University of Illinois at Springfield

Reading (on) the Web
Steven E. Jones, English, Loyola University Chicago

Rhetoric, Poetics, and 'The New Economy'
Victor J. Vitanza, English, University of Texas -- Arlington

Russia and the Internet
Christopher W. Lemelin, Russian, Bucknell University

Social Visualization
Judith Donath, Media Arts and Sciences, MIT

Systems and Self
Mitchel Resnick & Sherry Turkle, Media Lab & Science, Technology and Society, MIT

The Future of Information Technology
Ron Eglash, Science and Technology Studies, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute

The Internet: Global Computing
Leonard J. Shedletsky, Communication, University of Southern Maine

Virtual Culture and Communication
Brian Ott, Speech Communication, Colorado State University



Summer 1999

Computer-Mediated Communication
Gil Rodman, Communication, University of South Florida

Electronic Exhibitions & Publications
Debra DeRuyver, American Studies, University of Maryland

Hamlet in Hyperspace: Technology, Writing, and the Future of Ideas
David A. Salomon, English, University of Connecticut

Internet for Educators
Leonard Shedletsky & Henry C. Amoroso, Jr., Communication and Education, University of Southern Maine

Multimedia Development
Caleb John Clark, Educational Technology, San Diego State University

Wired Women, CyberChicks, and Surfer Girls:The Literature of Feminist Cyberculture
Dene Grigar, English, Speech, and Foreign Languages, Texas Women's University



Spring 1999

Appearance, Reality and Hyperreality
Derek Stanovsky, Interdisciplinary Studies, Appalachian State University

Behavioral Science in the Information Age
Jim Lehman, Behavioral Science, University of Maine, at Machias

Business Data Communications
Jean-Marie Poulin , Business Administration, Université Laval

Communications Technologies
Diane F. Witmer, Communications, California State University, Fullerton

Computer-Mediated Communication Issues
Ken Williams, Communication Studies, Marshall University

Computer-Mediated Distance Learning
Virginia Montecino, New Century College, George Mason University

Contours of Cyberspace
Colleen Bell, Library, University of Oregon

Cultural Theory, Communications Technology, and Informational Society
Theater and Film Studies, Victoria University of Wellington

Cybercultures
Bryan Alexander, English, Centenary College of Louisiana

Cyberspace Law Seminar
Faye Jones, Hastings College of the Law, University of California

Doctoral Seminar in Computer Mediated Communication
Robert J. Schihl & Jason D. Baker, Communication and the Arts, Regent University

Electronic Commerce
Howard Rosenbaum, Information Science, Indiana University

Gender and Technology
Mary Flanagan, Media Studies, SUNY at Buffalo

Hamlet in Hyperspace: Technology, Writing, and the Future of Ideas
David A. Salomon, English, University of Connecticut

Hyperlectures: Teaching Culture in a non-linear Environment
Rob van Kranenburg, Cultural Studies, University of Ghent/ASCA

Hypertext: Reading and Writing Online
Jay Clayton, English, Vanderbilt University

Information in Cyberspace
Heiko Haubitz, Library and Information Science, University of Texas at Austin

Information Societies in Critical Perspective
Rob Kling, Library and Information Science, Indiana University

Interactive Media
Joseph M. Kayany, Communication, Western Michigan University

Living in the Information Age
Erik Bucy, Telecommunications, Indiana University, Bloomington

Marketing and Electronic Commerce
Alex Brown, University of Delaware

Nature of Online Communities
Mary Munro & David Jennex, Information Studies, University of Toronto

New Media, Law, and Democracy
Andrew Shapiro, Columbia Law School,

Public Policy and the Internet
Gary Chapman, Communications, University of Texas at Austin

Research and Theory in Computer-Mediated Communication
Laura J. Gurak, Rhetoric, University of Minnesota

Simulation and Gaming
Edward Schneider, Instructional Systems Technology, Indiana University

Sociology and the Internet
Robert Wood, Sociology, Rutgers University

Sociology of Cyberspace
Peter Kollock, Sociology, University of California, Los Angeles

Technoculture: Social Aspects of Computerization
Chad Tew, Collins Living-Learning Center, Indiana University

The Internet
Mark Poster, History, University of California, Irvine

Theory and Practice of Non-Linear and Interactive Narrative
Janet H. Murray, Humanities, MIT

Wired
Stefan Krempl, Cultural Studies, Europa-Universitaet, Frankfurt



Winter 1999

Evidence-Truth-Internet
Charles Nesson, Law, Harvard

Gender, Science, and Technology
Anne Scott, Applied Social Sciences, University of Bradford

Sociology of Internet/Cyberspace
Carl Cuneo, Sociology, McMaster University

Values, Science, and Technology in Global Perspective
Ron Eglash, Science and Technology Studies, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute



Fall 1998

Canadian Media Theorists
Marshall Soules, Media Studies, Malaspina University-College

Communication and New Technology
Howard Sypher & Scott McWilliams, Communication, University of Kansas

Communication and Technology
Ben Attias, Speech Communication, California State University, Northridge

Computerization in Society
Rob Kling, Library and Information Science, Indiana University

Computers and Writing: HyperRhetoroids
John Runnion, English, University of Texas-Austin

Computing and Society
Thomas Kelliher, Mathematics & Computer Science, Goucher College

Critical Connections: Cyberpolitics
Leonard Williams, Political Science, Manchester College

Cultural and Technological Change
Burt Kimmelman, Humanities / Professional and Technical Communication, New Jersey Institute of Technology

Cyberspace Law
David E. Sorkin, John Marshall Law School,

Cybertheory: Technology + Culture
Mary Flanagan, Media Studies, SUNY at Buffalo

Emerging Digital Technologies
Marshall Soules, Media Studies, Malaspina University-College

From Print Culture to Cyberculture
Evelyn Tribble, English, Temple University

Hamlet in Hyperspace
David Salomon, English, University of Connecticut

Hypertext Theory and Practice
Adrian Miles, Communication Studies, Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology

Internet and Society
Jonathan Zittrain, Law School, Harvard

Internet Literacy & Virtual Communities
Virginia Montecino, New Century College, George Mason University

Internet: Theory and Practice
Bernard Leach & Dave Unsworth, Sociology, Manchester Metropolitan University

Introduction to Communication, Culture, and Technology
William Drake & Martin Irvine, Communication, Culture, and Technology, Georgetown University

Introduction to Computer-Mediated Communication
Ken Williams, Communication Studies, Marshall University

Philosophy for the Web
Bruce Umbaugh, Philosophy, Webster University

Systems and Self
Mitchel Resnick & Sherry Turkle, Science, Technology and Society, MIT

The Law in Cyberspace
Jessica Litman, Wayne State University Law School,

Values, Science and Technology in American Culture
Ron Eglash, Science and Technology Studies, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute

Visions of Technology
Bruce Umbaugh, Philosophy, Webster University

Web Communities: for Content, Commerce and Customer Retention
Cynthia Typaldos, Extension, University of California, Berkeley

Women and Technology
Erich Carr Everbach, Engineering, Swarthmore College

WWW.Comm: Communities on the Web
Leila Brammer, Communication Studies, Gustavus Adolphus College



Summer 1998

Computerization in Society
Martha M. Smith, Library and Information Science, Indiana University

Critical Surfing: Culture and Art on the World Wide Web
Timothy Murray, Leland DeLadurantaye, Eliza Rodriguez y Gibson, & Beth Sundheim, English, Cornell University

Cyberspace Cultures: Mediating Self and Society on the Web
Margot Browning, Humanities, The University of Chicago

E-Commerce
Stefan Krempl, Cultrual Studies, Europa-Universitaet, Frankfurt

Electronic Exhibitions & Publications
Debra DeRuyver, American Studies, University of Maryland

New Media: Theory & Practice
Jeremy Butler, Telecommunication and Film, University of Alabama



Spring 1998

Advanced Digital Arts Production
Mary Flanagan, Art, University of Oregon

Computer Pedagogy for English Studies
Peter Sands, English, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

Computer-mediated Communication
Robbie McClintock, Teachers College, Columbia University

Computing and Society
Thomas Kelliher, Mathematics & Computer Science, Goucher College

Cyberpsychology: Principles of Creating Virtual Presence
Leon James, Psychology, University of Hawaii

Cyberspace, Hypertext, and Critical Theory
George Landow, English and Art History, Brown University

Digital Noesis
Frank Dance, Human Communication Studies, University of Denver

Educational Uses of the Internet
Hank Bromley, Educational Leadership and Policy, State University of New York at Buffalo

Electronic Textuality
Neil Fraistat, English, University of Maryland

Gender, Technology, and Computer Culture
Sherry Turkle, Science, Technology and Society, MIT

Introduction to Computer-Mediated Communication
Marshall Soules, English, Malaspina University-College

Late Twentieth Century Media
Tiziana Terranova, Cultural Studies, University of East London

Multimedia Authoring
Michelle Kendrick, English, Washington State University

Reading and Writing in a Digital Age
Thomas Swiss, English, Drake University

Russia and the Internet
Robert Beard, Russian Studies, Bucknell University

Social and Cultural Implications of the Internet
Spencer Hildahl & Kenneth Larson , Communications, Wells College

Sociology of Cyberspace
Marc A. Smith, Sociology, UCLA

Storyforms, Pedagogy and Digital Composition
Daniel Anderson, English, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill

Technoculture from Frankenstein to Cyberpunk
Martin Irvine, Communication, Culture, and Technology, Georgetown University

The Design of Virtual Communities
Amy Bruckman, College of Computing, Georgia Tech

The Virtual Society: Identity, Interaction and Interface Design
Judith Donath, Media Lab, MIT

Women and Technologies of Visual Representation
Laura Sullivan, Women's Studies, University of Florida



Winter 1998

Cultures of Computing
Ron Eglash, Science and Technology Studies, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute

Electronic Game Programming
Amy Bruckman & Jessica Hodgins, College of Computing, Georgia Tech

Information Technology Revolution: Myth or Reality?
Ron Eglash, Science and Technology Studies, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute



Fall 1997

Cibercultura
Heidi J. Figueroa Sarriera, Psychology, University of Puerto Rico

Communication and Technology
Ben Attias, Speech Communication, California State University, Northridge

Computer-Mediated Communication Issues
Ken Williams, Communication Studies, Marshall University

Cyberpublishing and Cybercasting
Paul Jones, Journalism and Mass Communication, University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill

Cyborgs: Our Technology, Our Selves
Michelle Kendrick, English, Washington State University

Designing Online Communities
Amy Jo Kim, Computer Science, Stanford University

Digital Culture
Brian Goldfarb, English and Film Studies, University of Rochester

Digital Cultures: Social Dimensions of the Information Revolution
Patrice McDermott, Communication, Culture and Technology, Georgetown University

Gender and Technology
Beth Kolko, English, University of Texas at Arlington

Hypertext Theory and Practice
Adrian Miles, Communication Studies, Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, Australia

Information and Communication Revolution
Manfred Kuechler, Sociology, Hunter College (CUNY)

Information Literacy and Technology Issues
Robert V. Labaree, Information Technology Program & Library Study, University of Southern California

Introduction to Communication, Culture, and Technology
Martin Irvine & William Drake, Communication, Culture, and Technology, Georgetown University

Introduction to Computer-Mediated Communication
Ken Williams, Communication Studies, Marshall University

New Communication Technologies
Gil Rodman, Communication, University of South Florida

Reading, Hypertext, and the Fate of Literature
David S. Miall, English, University of Alberta

Social Implications of the Internet
Cindy Wambeam, English, New Mexico State University

The Law in Cyberspace
Jessica Litman, Law, American University

Topics in Rhetoric: HyperText, E-Journals
Victor Vitanza, English, University of Texas - Arlington

Visions of Technology
Bruce Umbaugh, Philosophy, Webster University

Women and Technology
Laura L. Sullivan, English, University of Florida



Summer 1997

Advanced Composition: Writing Goes Electric
D. Diane Davis, English, Old Dominion University

Information Society
Stefan Krempl, Cultural Studies, Europa-Universitaet, Frankfurt

The Social Impact of Information Technology
Andrew Clement, Information Studies, University of Toronto



Spring 1997

A Bigger Place to Play: Text, Knowledge, and Pedagogy in the Electronic Age
Randy Bass, English, Georgetown University

Advanced Hypertext Theory & Practice
Adrian Miles, Communication Studies, Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, Australia

Advanced Internet Issues and Applications
Bert Dempsey & Paul Jones, Information and Library Science, University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill

Advanced Technical Writing and Editing: Writing In Cyberspace
D. Diane Davis, English, Old Dominion University

Community Information Systems
Ann P. Bishop , Library and Information Science, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Computer-Mediated Communication
Diane F. Witmer, Communication, Purdue University

Computer-Mediated Communication
Robert J. Schihl, Communication and the Arts, Regent University

Cyborg Culture
Rob Latham, English, University of Iowa

Educational Cybernetics
Gary Boyd, Education, Concordia University

Hypertext and English Studies
Thomas Swiss, English, Drake University

Hyperwriting
Daniel Anderson, Computer Writing and Research Labs, University of Texas at Austin

Information Technology & Communication/Cultural Issues
Geoffrey Z. Liu & Federico Varona, Library and Information Science & Communication Studies, San Jose State University

Literary Narrative in an Information Age
Matt Kirschenbaum, English, University of Virginia

Marketing and the Internet
Alex Brown, Marketing, University of Delaware

Marketing and the Internet
John M. McCann, Business, Duke University

Online Marketing
Stefan Krempl, Cultural Studies, Europa-Universitaet, Frankfurt

Subjectivity and Cyberspace
Beth Kolko, English, University of Texas at Arlington

The Contours of Cyberspace
Ted D. Smith, Library, University of Oregon

The Information Age
Larry Pearson, Journalism and Public Communications, University of Alaska Anchorage

Using New Media in Criminology
Cecil E. Greek, Criminology & Criminal Justice, Florida State University



Winter 1997

Sociology of Cyberspace
Marc Smith, Sociology, UCLA

The Law of Cyberspace
Jonathan Zittrain, Law, Harvard



Fall 1996

Anthropology, Cyberspace, and the Internet
Charles F. Urbanowicz, Anthropology, California State University, Chico

Communication and Technology
Ben Attias, Communication Studies, California Sate University Northridge

Communication Issues in Cyberspace
Deb Aikat, Journalism and Mass Communication, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Culture and Communication on the Internet
Lucia Ruedenberg-Wright , Communications, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem

Cyber-Lit
Markman Ellis, English and Drama, University of London

Cybertheory
Sam Choi, Jack Lynch, and Mark Shanaman, English, University of Pennsylvania

Electronic Text
Michael Hancher, English, University of Minnesota

Ethics for Cyberspace
Bruce Umbaugh, Philosophy, Webster University

Information and Communication Revolution
Manfred Kuechler, Sociology, Hunter College (CUNY)

Postmodernism and the Culture of Cyberspace
Jay Clayton, English, Vanderbilt University



Summer 1996

Computer Ethics
Fergus Duniho , Philosophy, University of Rochester

Hypertext and Literature
Brenda Silver, English, Darthmouth University



Spring 1996

Analyzing Internet Culture
Geoffrey Sauer, English, Carnegie Mellon University

Communication and Technology
Ben Attias, Speech Communication, California State University Northridge

Digital Culture
David Rodowick, Humanities, Cornell University

Hypermedia: Visualizing the Internet
James D. Foley & Andreas Dieberger, Computer Science, Georgia Tech University

Identity and the Internet
Sherry Turkle, Science, Technology and Society, MIT

Imagining the Future: The Politics and Possibilities of Emerging Information Technology
Ted Friedman, Literature, Duke University

Interpreting Cyberspace
Susan Garfinkel, English, University of Pennsylvania

Marketing and the Internet
John M. McCann, Business, Duke University

Writing to the World Wide Web
Michael Doherty, Language, Literature and Communication, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute



Fall 1995

Advanced Seminar: Hypertext
Adrian Miles, Communication Studies, Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, Australia

Baudrillard and the Problem of Simulation
Victor J. Vitanza, English, University of Texas - Arlington

Computers and Writing
Daniel Anderson, Computer Writing and Research Labs, University of Texas at Austin

Design and Communication in Modern Culture
Robbie McClintock & Kim Taipale, Teachers College, Columbia University

Gender, Technology, and Computer Culture
Sherry Turkle, Science, Technology and Society, MIT



Spring 1995

Computer-mediated Communication
Robbie McClintock & Kim Taipale, Teachers College, Columbia University

Electronic Culture
Gregory Ulmer , English, University of Florida

Electronic Text
Michael Hancher, English, University of Minnesota

Political Economy of Digital Infrastructure
Mitch Kapor, Media Arts and Sciences, MIT

Psychology and Technology
Sherry Turkle, Science, Technology, and Society, MIT

Sociology of Cyberspace
Leonardo Salamini, Sociology, Bradley University


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