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Computational Media, Arts & Cultures Faculty: Research Interests


  1. David F. Bell, Nineteenth-century French literature and culture; critical theory; literature and science; ...
  2. Thomas DeFrantz, African Americans, Dance, Dancers, Gay rights, History, Performing arts, Sexuality
  3. Sheila Dillon, portraiture; the sculptural landscape of the ancient Greek city; the archaeology of Athens
  4. Maurizio Forte, Digital knowledge of the past, Classical Archaeology, Iron Age, Etruscology, Cybernetics, Neuro-Art, Simulations, Memetics
  5. Mark B. Hansen, Cultural Theory and Media Studies, Philosophy of New Media, Phenomenology and Cognitive Science
  6. Deborah Jenson, French and Haitian Studies; Global Health; "Neurohumanities"
  7. Scott A. Lindroth, I compose instrumental and vocal music as well as work ...
  8. Mark Olson, Mark Olson is Cordelia and William Laverack Family Assistant Professor ...
  9. William Seaman, Generative Poetic Systems, Interactive Art, Experimental Art, Music, Installation Art, Generative Computational Tools, New Forms of Computation, Recombinant Informatics, Recombinant Poetics
  10. Hans J. Van Miegroet, Art & Markets; Art, Law & Markets
  11. Tuan Vo-Dinh, See details in Vo-Dinh Research Group Webpage: http://www.vodinh.pratt.duke ...
  12. Annabel J. Wharton, ANNABEL WHARTON, William B. Hamilton Professor of Art History, Duke ...

Associate Professors

  1. John Supko, Electroacoustic Music, Computer-assisted composition

Assistant Research Professors

  1. Pedro Lasch, I see my work as a consecutive set of acts ...
  2. Victoria Szabo, new media, visual studies, digital humanities, digital heritage

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