Hui Kyong Chun
Department of Modern Culture and Media
tel: (401) 863-2382
fax: (401) 863-2158
- Ph.D., Department of English, Princeton
- Certificate, School of
Criticism and Theory, Dartmouth College, 1995
Department of English, Princeton
- B.A.Sc., Systems
Design Engineering and English, first class
honours, University of Waterloo,
- Professor, Department of Modern Culture and Media, Brown University, July 2010 -.
- Associate Professor,
Department of Modern Culture and Media,
Brown University, July 2005 -June 1010.
- Steering Committee, Faculty Committee on Science and Technology Studies, July 2009-.
- Affiliated Faculty, Center for the Study of Race and Ethnicity in America, July 2005-.
- Faculty Associate, Watson Institute for International Studies, July 2006-.
- Member, Faculty Committee on Science and Technology Studies, July 2006-.
- Graduate Field Faculty, Theatre Arts and Performance Arts, Sept 2008-.
Scholar / Visiting Associate Professor, History of Science Department,
Harvard University, Sept 2006-December 2006; January 2007-June 2007.
- Assistant Professor,
Department of Modern Culture and Media,
Brown University, September 1999-June
- Lecturer, Department of English and the
Princeton Writing Program, Princeton University, July 1996-June 1997,
February 1998-December 1999
Books and Edited Books/Journals:
- Programmed Visions: Software and Memory (MIT Press, forthcoming 2010).
and Freedom: Power and Paranoia in the Age of Fiber Optics (Cambridge,
MA: MIT, 2006).
- significantly revised version of Chapter Three to be reprinted as "Race and/as Software" in Alien Encounters: Popular Culture in Asian America. Eds. Thuy Linh Tu and Mimi Nguyen. (Duke UP, 2007).
- abridged version of Chapter Two to be reprinted as "Screening Pornography" in Public Culture: Diversity, Democracy, and Community in the United States. Ed. Peggy Shaffer (University of Pennsylvania Press, 2008).
- Reviewed in: Theory & Event, The Information Society, Leonardo, Resource Center for Cyberstudies, Prefix Photo, Neural.it, Communications Booknotes Quarterly, InterActions: UCLA Journal of Education and Information Studies, Journal of Comparative Policy Analysis, and Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease.
- Selected as the Resource Center for Cyberstudies Book of the Month, February 2008.
- Ed. Race as Technology, special issue of Camera Obscura 24 (2009), with Lynne Joyrich
- Ed. New Media, Old
Media: A History and Theory Reader (New York: Routledge, 2005), with Thomas
“Imaginando nómadas.” Nomadismos Tecnológicos. In English, Portuguese, and Spanish. Eds, Jorge La Ferla and Giselle Beiguelman (Espacio Fundación Telefónica/Instituto Sergio Motta, Buenos Aires, forthcoming 2010).
"Control y libertad," "La renovación de los nuevos medios," and "Medios demoníacos." Arte, ciencia y tecnología. Un panorama crítico. Ed. Jorge La Ferla (Espacio Fundación Telefónica 2010).
- “On Sourcery and Daemons, or Code as Fetish.” Configurations: the Journal of the Society for Literature, Science, and the Arts 16 (forthcoming 2008):299-324.To be reprinted in Gazing into the 21st Century. Ed. Oliver Grau (forthcoming MIT 2010).
- “Imagined Networks: Race, Digital Media and the University.” In English, Chinese, Japanese, and Korean. Traces 5: Universities in Translation: The Mental Labor of Globalization. Traces: A Multilingual Series of Translation and Cultural Theory ( 2010).
- “Race and/as Technology, or How to do Things with Race.” special issue of Camera Obscura on Race as Technology 24 (2009): 7-35. Revised version to be reprinted in Digital Race Anthology, Eds. Lisa Nakamura and Peter Chow-White (forthcoming Routledge).
- “The Enduring Ephemeral, or the Future is a Memory.”Critical Inquiry 35:1 (2008):148-171. Reprinted in Place Studies in Art, Media, Science and Technology: Historical Investigations on the Sites and the Migration of Knowledge. Eds. Andreas Broeckmann and Gunalan Nadarajan (Berlin: Verlag und Datenbank fur Geisteswissenschaften, 2009. To be reprinted in Archaeologies of Media. Eds. Jussi Parikka and Erkki Huhtamo (forthcoming University of California 2010)
- "Digital Media, History of" International Encyclopedia of Communication (Blackwell, 2008).
Studies. Ed. Matthew Fuller (MIT Press, 2008).
- “Programmed Visions,” Vectors: Journal of Culture and Technology in a Dynamic Vernacular 3:1 (2007).
- "Control and Freedom:
Software and Causal Pleasure / Controle et liberte: logiciel et plaisir causal"Art Oriented Programming / Programmation Orientee Art. in French and
English. Ed. David-Olivier Lartigaud (HYX Editions, forthcoming 2007).
- "On Software, or
the Persistence of Visual Knowledge" Grey Room 18 (winter 2005):
- "Did Someone Say
New Media?" New Media, Old Media. (New York: Routledge, 2005),
- Control and Freedom:
On Interactivity as a Software Effect." 2004 Proceedings of the International
Society of Electronic Arts.
- "Human-Mediated-Communications." Reality/Simulacra/Artificial: Ontologies of Postmodernity. Ed. Enrique
Larreta. in English and Portuguese (Rio de Janeiro: Universidade Candido Mendes,
- "Orienting Orientalism,
or How to Map Cyberspace." Asian American.net, eds. Rachel Lee and
Sau-ling Wong (Routledge 2003), 3-36.
- "Othering Space" Visual
Culture Reader 2.0. ed. Nick Mirzeoff (Routledge, 2003), 241-254.
- "Scenes of Empowerment:
Virtual Racial Diversity and Digital Divides" (New Formations special
issue on "Race and/or Nation" 45, winter 2001): 169-188.
Witness: Towards a Politics of Listening." differences: a journal of feminist cultural studies (11.1 Spring 1999): 112-149. A
revised and abridged version reprinted in Extremities. Ed. Nancy K. Miller
and Jason Tougaw (Urbana: Illinois UP 2002), 143-165. An early draft published
as "A Case of Mistake[s i]n Identity: Bearing Witness to the Montreal
Massacre." Critical Matrix: The Princeton Journal of Women, Gender, and
Culture 9.2 (1995): 117-140.
- Review of The Will to
Technology & the Culture of Nihilism: Heidegger, Nietzsche, & Marx. By Arthur
Kroker. University of Toronto Quarterly (December 2005).
- Review of Romance
on a Global Stage: Pen Pals, Virtual Ethnography and "Mail Order" Marriage. By Nicole Constable. Journal of Asian American Studies 6:3 (October 2003): 321-326
- "The Politics of Nets."CONNECTED: translocal agency, action and affect. Eds. Sally Jane Norman and Sher Doruff.
- Imagined Networks (book project / conference).
- "Crisis, Crisis, Crisis or the Temporality of Networks," special issue of Theory, Culture and Society (invited submission)
- "Crisis, Crisis, and Crisis, or the Temporality of Networks" Keynote, The Annual Electronic Literature Organization Conference, Providence RI (May 2010); an extended version given at the University of Melbourne, Australia (June 2010)
- "Internet: Critical," Pembroke Center Annual Roundtable, Brown University (April 2010)
- “Too, Too Cute: Cyworld and the Global Mistranslation of Cutuess,”Too Cute:American Style and the New Asian Coo, Princeton Universityl (March 2010).
- “Code as Logos.” The Material and the Code, University of Chicago (February 2010).
- “The Internet: in theory, in crisis.” Keynote address. The Association of Internet Researchers Annual Conference (October 2009).
“Imagining Technological Nomadism.” Technological Nomadisms Symposium, Espacio Fundación Telefónica, Buenos Aires, Argentina (October 2009).
“Imagining Networks, Imagining Contact.” Revisiting the Universitas Project, Museum of Modern Art, New York (October 2009); a longer version delivered at Making Contact: A Symposium on Affect, Sexuality and Power, McGill University, Montreal, Canada (October 2009).
“Yes Sir! Or How Operators Became Programmers.” In Pursuit of Invisible Forces: Servants in History and Today Workshop, Humanities Center at Harvard (May 2009).
“Internet, Mon Amour.” Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris, France (December 2008).
- Making Things Disappear: The Paradoxical Promise of New Media.” Out of Time Series, Rensselear Polytechnic Institute (November 2008); Yale Art Museum (December 2008).
“Networks, A Cultural Analyasis.” NETSE/NSF Workshop on Networks and Values, Alexandria (September 2008).
“Interactivity and Invasion.” Interaction, Interactivity, Interactive Art: A Buzzword of New Media Under Scrutiny, Conference by the Ludwig Boltzmann Institute, Media, Art Research at Ars Electronica, Linz, Austria (September 2008).
“Where’s the Beef: Cyworld versus Facebook.” Communications Department Colloquium Series, University of Amherst (April 2009); a shorter version given as “Cyworld versus Facebook,” The Republic of Bloggers, The Korea Society, New York (April 2008).
- “Capturing Code,”
artefact: festival for art and new media, STUK arts center, Leuven,
Belgium (February 2008); Codework, NSF workshop, University of West
Virginia (April 2008).
- “Basic Insecurity, Virtual Citizenship.” Virtual Citizenship Symposium, Wayne State University (also simulcast on Second Life, November 2007).
New Media.” A series of three evening lectures delivered at the
Espacio Fundacion Telefonica, Buenos Aires, Argentina (October 2007).
- “Open Source Imagined Networks.” keynote. CODE: The New Agora, University of Toronto (April 2007).
- “On Memory and Media,” Sixth Annual Festival of the Image, Manizales, Colombia (April 2007).
- “Daemonic Media,” Interfaces and Visualizations: A State-of-the-Art Conference on the Humanities in Post-human Times, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign (April 2007); a longer version delivered at Codes and Safety Workshop, Lancaster University, United Kingdom (November 2007).
- “Imagined Networks.” keynote. Cosmopolitanism: Thinking Beyond the Nation, 32nd Annual FSU Conference on Literature and Film, Tallahassee (February 2007); New Network Theory, University of Amsterdam, Netherlands (June 2007); keynote. Creative Industries Conference, City of Berlin, Germany (September, 2007); World-Making, University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee (April 2008).
- “Imagining Networks, Realtime.” Sensor, Census, Censor: Investigating Circuits of Information, Registering Changes of State, Sarai, New Delhi, India (November 2006); Disappearance of Latitude: Live Presence and Real-Time in Contemporary Practices, OPENPORT and School of the Art Institute of Chicago (February 2007).
- “The Enduring Ephemeral, or the Future is a Memory.” UC Berkeley (November 2006); The Future of Critique in Science and Technology, lecture series to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the Pembroke Center, Brown University (April 2007).
- “Imagined Networks: Race, Digital Media and the University.” The
University in Translation: Globalizing Knowledge Work, symposium to
celebrate the 40th anniversary of the Society for the Humanities at
Cornell, Ithaca (September 2006).
- “Programmed Visions: On the Emergence of Computer and Biological Code-Scripts,” D+M Lecture Series, Rhode Island School of Design (May 2006);Free Range Intellectuals Series, ACE UC Irvine (May 2006).
- "Memory and Realtime." E-fest 2006, Providence (March 2006); to be delivered at Openport (February 2007)
- "Programmability," Software Studies Workshop, Piet Zwart Institute, Rotterdam (February 2006).
- "Intrusive Reason, or Fiber Optics and the Limits of Rationality" Hyperpolis: Age of Reason 2.0, Integrated Digital Media Institute at Polytechnic University, Brooklyn (May 2005) and Cyberdiscplinarities, Leslie Humanities Center, Dartmouth College (May 2005)
- "Control and Freedom:
Race, Paranoia and Power in the Age of Fiber Optics." Cultural Studies
Speaker Series, Indiana University at Bloomington (April 2005).
- "Programmed Visions,
or What is Software?" Franklin Humanities Center, Duke University (March 2005); Northwestern University (January 2005).
- "Control and Freedom:
On Interactivity as a Software Effect." keynote address, International Society
for Electronic Arts, Helsinki, Finland (August 2004); transmediale
5.0, Berlin, Germany (February 2005).
- "Freedom and Control,
or the Internet as Publicity." Public Culture Symposium, Miami
University of Ohio (March 2004).
- "Race and Digital
Imaging." Only Skin Deep Symposium, Columbia University (February
- "On the Persistence
of Visual Knowledge." Division on Literary Criticism Panel, Modern
Languages Association Annual Conference, San Diego (December 2003).
- "On Utopia and Technology." Response to Fredric Jameson's "Utopia and Actually Existing Being" (October 2003).
- "Race, Technology,
Paranoia." Colorlines, Harvard University (September 2003).
- "Control and Freedom,
or Sexuality in the Age of Fiber Optics." Fellows Talk Series,
Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study (April 2003).
- "Race and Technology,
or the Simulation of Visual Knowledge." Ecology/Technology/Cybernetics
Seminar, Harvard University Humanities Center (November 2002); Department
of Communications Lecture Series, Concordia University (March 2003).
- "Software Art." School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston (September 2002); Oboro Art Gallery,
Montreal (March 2003).
- "Race, Paranoia,
Terror." Digital Terror, Cornell University (September 2002);
plenary session, Race in Digital Space, USC-MIT (October 2002).
- Respondent, Final Roundtable,
TACT Symposium, Brown University (June 2002).
or How Technology Writes Us Sideways." Keynote address. Writing it Over under
sideways down: Continuing Creative Conversations in Language, Literature,
and Linguistics, Northern Arizona University (March 2002); Reading Literacies,
Humanities Center at Harvard University (April 2002); simultaneously translated
into Portuguese, Spanish, French "REALITY/SIMULACRA/ARTIFICIAL. ONTOLOGIES
OF POSTMODERNITY," UNESCO, Rio de Janeiro (May 2002); plenary address,
Technotopias: Texts, Identities, and Technological Cultures, University
of Strathclyde (July 2002).
- "Race/Technology/Dystopia." Popular Cultures Division, Modern Languages Association, New Orleans (December
- "The Limits of Visual
Culture" Voyages of Discovery, Brown University (October 2001), Consortium
of Humanities Centers and Institutes, University of Minnesota (November 2001);
Rhode Island College (December 2001).
of Empowerment: Virtual Diversity and Digital Divides." Humanities Graduate
Colloquium, New York University (March, 2001); UC Irvine (March 20001); UC
Riverside (January 2001); UC Santa Cruz (January 2001); UC Santa Barbara (January
2001); University of Alberta (December 2001); Visual Culture Colloquium, Cornell
University (November 2000)
Technology and Utopia , SUNY Stony Brook (February, 2001).
Orientalism, or How to Map Cyberspace." Matters
of Representation: Feminism, Theory and the Arts Conference, University
of Buffalo (March-April 2000)
Contact." Modern Languages Association Annual Convention, Chicago
- "Virtuality as Ideology:
Using Race to Interpellate Users?." Virtual
Y2k, Brown University (November 1999)
Limits of Thinking Theory." University of North Carolina, Chapel
Hill (January, 1999).
Orientalism." University of Central Florida, Dartmouth College, the
University of Waterloo, Brown University and the University of Toronto
(January-February, 1999). Also delivered at Department of
EnglishÌs "Works in Progress Series," Princeton University
- "Technology, Graduate
Students and the Future of the Professoriate." CAUSE/CNI (May 1997)
- "The Extropians: Sex
in the Age of Fiber Optics," Stages of the Virtual, Rutgers-Princeton (April
- “Where’s the Beef: On Social Networks and Gated Communities,” International Society for Electronic Arts, Singapore (July 2008), The Josai International University Media Studies Department Media Workshop, Tokyo (May 2008).
- Respondent, “Color Coding” panel. Society for Cinema and Media Studies, Philadelphia (March 2008).
- “Memory, or the Enduring Ephemeral,” Re:place The Second International Conference on the Histories of Media, Art, Science and Technology, Berlin Germany (November 2007).
- “Daemon Media” and “Imagined Networks.” Society for Cinema and Media Studies, Chicago (March 2007)
- "Loving Robots," Console-ing Passions International Conference, Milwaukee (May 2007).
- "Code as Media," Society
for Cinema and Media Studies, Vancouver (March 2006); to be delivered at Society for Literature, Science and the Arts Annual Conference (November 2007); to be delivered at the Modern Languages Association Annual Conference (December 2007).
- "Retro Coco," Performance Studies International, Providence (April 2005)
- Orienting Orientalism." Association of Asian American Studies Annual Conference, San Francisco
- Respondent, "Techno-Orientalism." Association for Asian American Studies, Philadelphia (March 1999)
- Respondent, "Science,
Fiction, and Cyberculture." American Studies Association, Washington
D.C. (October 1997)
- "Enabling Graduate
Students." American Association for Higher Education, Washington D.C.
- "Press '1' for Asian
American or '2' for Postcolonial; Or, Making the Critical Difference," American
Studies Association, Kansas City (October 1996)
- "Bodily Contact: Neocolonialism
as Prostitution?" Culture and Colonialism, Galway, Ireland (June 1995).
- "'Don't Call Me a Feminist':
Women, Generations, Engineering and the 1989 Montreal Massacre," Northeast
Modern Language Association, Boston (April 1995).
- "The New in the World
in the 'New in the World': Hooke's Micrographia as a Travel Narrative," Society
for Literature and Science, Boston (November 1993).
- Collaborator, Code Bubbles, Microsoft Research, June 2010-.
- Co-PI (PI: Tara McPherson; co-PIs: Brian Goldfarb, Nicholas Mirzeoff, and Joan Saab), The Alliance for Networking Visual Culture, Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, June 2009-.
- Edwin and Shirley Seave Faculty Fellow, Pembroke Center for Teaching and Research on Women, AY 2008-2009.
Tara McPherson; co-PIs: Brian Goldfarb, Nicholas Mirzeoff, and Joan
Saab), Planning Grant for “Transforming Visual Culture
Project,” Andrew W. Mellon Foundation (December 2007-).
- Fellow, Vectors Summer Fellowship Program, July 2006.
- Short Term Travel to
Collections Award, Lemelson Center at the National Museum of American History,
Smithsonian Institute, July-August 2005.
- Scholarly Technology
Group Faculty Grant, Brown University, 2004-5.
- Fellow, Radcliffe Institute
for Advanced Study at Harvard, 2002-2003.
- Henry Merritt Wriston
Fellowship, Brown University, 2002 (deferred to Spring 2004).
- Vice President of Research
Faculty Fund Grant, Brown University, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006.
- Mellon Minority Undergraduate
Fellowship Outstanding Mentor Book/Research Award, 2002.
- Dean of the Faculty,
Faculty Research Award, 2002.
- Wayland Collegium for
Liberal Learning Course Grant (to bring in a Wayland Fellow), Brown University,
Spring 2002, Fall 2004.
- Doctoral Fellowship,
Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council, Canada, 1995-1997
- Presidential Fellowship,
Princeton University, 1992-1996
- Association of Princeton
Alumni Teaching Award, 1995-1996
- Summer Research Awards
from the Wintersteen and Taylor Funds, Princeton University (1995)
- Korean Businessmen's
Association Scholarship, 1989, 1992
- University of Waterloo
Senate Commendation for Excellence, 1992
- Natural Science and
Engineering Research Council Undergraduate Industry Scholarship, Spring 1990
- MC10: Screens and Projections, Modern Media Cultures, Fall 2008.
- MC11: Introduction to
Modern Culture and Media, Fall 2004, Fall
2001, Fall 2000, Fall
- MC23: Digital Media,
Fall 2005, Spring 2008.
- MC33: Introduction to
Digital Media, Fall 2004 (recipient of a Brown University TRE grant).
- MC80: Race and Imagined Futures, Fall 2009.
- MC90: Global Cyberpunk, Fall 2001.
- MC90: Representing the Internet, Spring 2001.
- MC90: Media/Networks, Fall 2003.
- MC120: Publicity and Surveillance, Fall 2003.
- MC120: Imagined Networks, Fall 2007, Fall 2009.
Rhetoric of New Media, Spring 2001, Spring
Publicity and Surveillance, Spring 2006. Spring 2002, Spring
Archaeology of Multi-Media, Spring 2002.
- MC150: Race and Visual
- MC150: Race and/as Spectacle,
- MC150: Race as Archive, Fall 2007 (History of Science 155, Spring 2007, Harvard)
- MC150: Information,
Discourse, Networks, Spring 2005, Fall 2008.
- MC212: Media Archaeology,
- MC212: New Media Theory, Spring 2008.
Engineering Work Experience
- Consultant, The
McGraw Center for Teaching and Learning
- PLACE Program Co-ordinator
(WebFactory Programmer and
Co-ordinator, New Tools for Teaching and Research October 1997 to June 1998)
- Web Designer and Co-ordinator,
Princeton University Assistants in Instruction
- Web Master (various
sites, including all the preceding course webpages)
- HTML Instructor, New
Tools for Teaching and Research, Princeton University, June 1996
- Web Design Consultant,
Firestone Library Reserves Department, Online Reserve Request,
- Technical Consultant,
- Northern Telecom Canada,
Junior Network Engineer, Summer 1991
- Gandalf Data, Network
Hardware Design Team, Spring 1990
- IBM Canada, Systems
Design Engineering, Spring 1988, Fall 1988, Summer 1989
- Chair, Forbes Committee, September 2008-May 2009
- Study Abroad Advisor, September 2008-May 2009
- Director of Undergraduate Studies, September 2008-May 2009
- Undergraduate Honors
Director, September 2005-June 2006, September 2007-.
- Member, Graduate Committe, September 2007-.
- Member, Graduate Admissions Committee, Fall 2007.
- Elected Member, Forbes
Committee, September 2004-August 2005.
- Member, Undergraduate
Committee, September 2004-.
- Chair, Festival/Conference
Planning Committee, September 2004-June 2005.
- Member, Digital Media
Production Hiring Committee, May 2004-June 2005.
- Chair, Digital Planning
Committee, September 2003-May 2004.
- Member, Graduate Student
Admissions Committee, 2003-4. 2005-6.
- Chair, Committee on Digital
Media, September 2000 Ð May 2002.
- Member, Film Production
Search Committee, November 1999-January 2001.
- Departmental Computer
Consultant, September 1999 Ð December 2000.
- Co-organizer (with Michael Steinberg), Animating Archives, The Malcolm S. Forbes Center for Culture and Media Studies and the Brown Humanities Center Fall Conference, May 2009
- Response to Elizabeth Wilson’s ‘Underbelly,’” What’s the Difference? Critical Theory Today, Pembroke Center for Teaching and Research on Women (April 2009
- Member (Humanities Representative), Academic Priorities Committee, Spring 2008-.
- "Control and Freedom,” Parents Weekend, Fall 2006
- Member, Cogut Center for the Humanities Governing Board, Spring 2006
- Organizer, "Human Rights and Media Interventions Lecture Series," Spring 2006.
- Organizer, "Critical Interventions in Digital Media Lecture Series," 2004-2006.
- Elected Member (Humanities
Representative), University Resources Committee, March 2004-January 2006.
- Mentor, ALANA (African, Latino, Asian, and Native American) Mentoring Program, September 2005-May 2006.
- Sheridan Center Representative,
Department of Modern Culture and Media, September 2004-August 2005.
- Organizer, “Critical Interventions in New Media Lecture Series,” Sept 2004-April 2006.
- Co-organizer (with James
Der Derian), The Power and Pathologies of Networks Symposium, Brown University,
March 2004-September 2005.
- Moderator and Respondent,
"Infowar, Cyberwar and the War of Dis/simulation" TACT symposium, Watson Center,
- "Human-Mediated Communications," Faculty Luncheon, Wayland Collegium for Liberal Learning, April 2002.
- Panelist, Voyages of
Discovery for President Ruth SimmonÕs Inauguration, October 2001.
- Member, Brown University
Ad hoc Committee for a Center in Digital Arts and Media, May 2000-October
- Mentor, Mellon Undergraduate
Minority Fellowship, 2000-2002.
- Mentor, UTRA Undergraduate
Fellowships, 2000, 2002.
- Member, Brown University
Search Committee for a Director for the Center for the Study of Race and Ethnicity,
April 2000-January 2001.
- Moderator, "Cyberspace
and Communications," Alumni Leadership Weekend, September 2000.
- Organizer, Archaeology
of Multi-Media Conference, Brown University, October 1999-November 2000.
- Reviewer for the Appointment of a Full Tenured Professor of Media Studies, Pomona College, 2009.
- Chair, HASTAC@DAC, Digital Arts and Culture Conference, University of California, Irvine (December 2009).
- Advisory Board, University of Michigan Series in Digital Humanities @digitalculturebooks, September 2009-.
- Steering Committee, HASTAC (the Humanities, Arts, Science, and Technology Advanced Collaboratory), 2008-.
- Panelist, The Alpert Award in the Arts (Film/Media), 2008-2009.
- Reviewer, Digital Media and Learning Competition, MacArthur Foundation, 2008-2009.
- Reviewer, Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study Fellowships, 2008-2009, 2009-2010.
- Dissertation External Reviewer, York University (2008).
- Tenure Reviewer, University of California Irvine, University of Buffalo, University of Southern California, New York University, University of Maine, Cornell University, 2007; University of California Santa Barbara, 2008: University of Los Angeles, 2009.
- Fellowship Reviewer, American Academy in Berlin, Fall 2007.
- Advisory Board, Asiascape.net, Netherlands Organization for Scientific Research, Fall 2007-.
- Editorial Board, Transformative Works and Cultures, Fall 2007-.
- Moderator, “Transvergence,” InterSociety for Electronic Arts 2006 Symposium, May 2006-August 2006.
- Member, Society for Cinema and Media Studies 2007 Conference Program Committee, 2006-.
- Panelist, Rockefeller
Foundation New Media Fellowship, 2005-6.
- Member, International Program Committe for InterSociety for Electronic Arts 2006 Symposium, 2005-2006.
- Editorial Board, greyroom,
- Reviewer, Routledge,
- Editorial Board, Postmodern
Culture, May 2004-.
- Editorial Board, Journal
- May 2004-. Reviewer,
MIT Press, May 2004-.
- Reviewer, Television
and New Media, 2003-.
- Nominator, Rockefeller
Foundation New Media Fellowship, 2002-04.
- Advisory Board, InfoTechWarPeace,
- Reviewer, differences:
a journal of feminist cultural studies, 2001-.
- Technical Advisor, The
New Age Project, October 2000-.
- Member, Modern Languages
Association Handbook Revision Committee, New York, 1998.
- Reviewer, Computers in
the Humanities, 1997.
- Outside Expert, MacArther Foundatation Initiative on Digital Media and Learning, October 2006.
- Coordinator, AS220Labs,
Fall 2005-Spring 2006.
- Adjudicator, Korea Times
(Toronto), Korean-Canadian Short Story Competition, 1999.