Abrash, an independent media producer, is Associate
Director for the Center for Media, Culture and History
at New York University, where she is on the faculty of
the graduate program in Public History.
Aufderheide is a professor and director of the
Center for Social Media at American University in Washington,
D.C. Her books include The Daily Planet: A Critic on
the Capitalist Culture Beat (Minnesota, 2000) and
Communications Policy in the Public Interest: The Telecommunications
Act of 1996 (Guilford Press,1999).
Bishara is a student in the Ph.D. program in Anthropology
and in the Culture and Media Program at New York University.
Bordowitz, a film and video maker and writer,
teaches at the Art Institute of Chicago. His films include
Fast Trip Long Drop, A Cloud In Trousers, and Habit.
Braman is a professor in the Deparment of Journalism
& Mass Communication at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.
Her work explores the macro-level effects of the use of
new information technologies and their policy implications,
shifts in the relationships between art and capital, and
the political potential of digital art. Current work includes
Change of State: An Introduction to Information Policy
|Amit Breuer is an independent documentary filmmaker and producer whose work focuses on political and social issues. Her independent production company, Amythos Films, promotes original documentary filmmaking in Israel.
|David Garcia is an artist, media arts producer, and a professor of Design for Digital Cultures at the University of Portsmouth. He has been with The Next Five Minutes from the beginning (www.n5m.org).
Ginsburg is David B. Kriser Professor of Anthropology
at New York University and Director of the Center for
Media, Culture and History. Her most recent publication
is Media Worlds: Anthropology on New Terrain, edited
with Lila Abu-Lughod and Brian Larkin (University of California,
is an Instructional Technology Specialist with Academic
Computing Services in NYU's Information Technology Services.
|Marianne Hirsch is a professor in the Humanities at Dartmouth College. She has published work on photography and cultural memory and is currently writing (with Leo Spitzer) Ghosts of Home: Czernowitz and the Holocaust.
is a theorist, activist, art critic and translator, and
author of the forthcoming book: Hieroglyphs of the
Future: Art and Politics in a Networked Era.
Jeremijenko is a design engineer and technoartist.
She currently holds a research position at the Media Research
Lab/ Center for Advanced Technology in the Computer Science
Kuttab is a Palestinian journalist an activist
for independent media in the Arab region. He is the director
of the Institute of Modern Media at Al Quds University
in Ramallah and he runs the first of its kind independent
Internet-based radio station (www.ammannet.net).
|Geert Lovink is a Dutch media theorist and net critic. He is an organizer of numerous Internet projects, conferences and publications, amongst them the nettime mailing lists. He has two new books, Dark Fiber (MIT, 2002) and Uncanny Networks, out in 2002.
|Martin Lucas is a videomaker and media activist. He currently teaches film and video production at Hunter College, City University of New York.
Pantic is the founder of OpenNet, the Internet
department of Radio B92 in Belgrade and Serbia's first
Internet service provider. He has established numerous
public Internet access resources, and has taught, lectured
and published widely on use of the Internet to support
independent media and free expression.
|Patricia Spyer is Professor of Anthropology at Leiden University. She is the author of The Memory of Trade: Modernity's Entanglements on an Eastern Indonesian Island (Duke, 2000) and the editor of Border Fetishisms: Material Objects in Unstable Spaces (Routledge, 1998).
Sundaram is a Fellow of the Centre for the Study
of Developing Studies, Delhi and co-Director of the Sarai
programme. Sarai is South Asia's first public research
initiative on urban and media culture.
|Diana Taylor is a professor of Performance Studies and Spanish and the director of the Hemispheric Institute on Performance and Politics at New York University.