The Media Ecology Project: Collaborative DH Synergies to Produce New Research in Visual Culture History

作者:Mark Williams, Dartmouth College
John Bell, Dartmouth College

转载来源:Digital Humanities Quarterly, 2021, Volume 15 Number 1,



Mark Williams 

Mark Williams is Associate Professor of Film and Media Studies at Dartmouth College and the Director of The Media Ecology Project. He has published widely on media history and historiography, for example in The Routledge Companion to Media Studies and The Digital HumanitiesThe Arclight Guidebook to Media History and The Digital HumanitiesTélévision: le moment expérimental (1935-1955)Convergence Media HistoryNew Media: Theories and Practices of DigitextualityCollecting Visible EvidenceNo Laughing Matter: Visual Humor in Ideas of Race, Nationality and EthnicityDietrich IconTelevision, History, and American Culture: Feminist Critical Essays; and Living Color: Race, Feminism, and Television. He is a co-editor and contributor to Rediscovering U.S. Newsfilm: Cinema, Television, Archive (AFI Series, Routledge, 2018).

John Bell 

John Bell is the Associate Director of the Media Ecology Project at Dartmouth College, where he is also a Lecturer in Film & Media Studies, Program Manager for Research Computing’s Digital Humanities Program, and Director of the Data Experiences and Visualizations Studio. Bell is an artist and programmer whose research focuses on digital collaboration. In addition to his work at Dartmouth, Bell is an Assistant Professor of Digital Curation at the University of Maine.