We have divided the entire conference into eight videos: the keynote address and the seven individual sessions. You may access them at iTunes University, just click here. You will need to have iTunes loaded onto your computer in order to see these videos.

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Keynote Speaker Diana Taylor, New York University, "The Digital As Anti-Archive?"

Sharon Daniel, University of California/Santa Cruz, “Public Records/Secret Publics: Information Architecture for New Political Subjects”

Matthew Fuller, Centre for Cultural Studies, Goldsmiths College, University of London, UK, "Evil Media: Making Good Use of Weights, Chains and Ranks"

Kelly Gates, University of California/San Diego, "Archiving the Face"

Amelie Hastie, University of California/Santa Cruz, “Lupino TV: Television Theory, Archives, and Imagination”

Alexandra Juhasz, Pitzer College, Claremont, CA, "Publishing Learning from YouTube"

Josh Kun, Annenberg School for Communication, University of Southern California, "The Future of the Sonic Archive"

Lawrence Liang, Alternative Law Forum, Bangalore, India, “Caring beyond Owning: Lessons from Archivists”

Janine Marchessault, York University, Toronto, Canada, “The Future of Life on Mars: An Archival Project by Erkki Kurenniemi”

Trevor Paglen, Department of Geography, University of California/Berkeley, “Controlling Heaven”

Lisa Parks, University of California/Santa Barbara, "Zeroing In: Infrastructure Ruins, Data Lands and Viral Videos"

Abby Smith Rumsey, University of Virginia Library, "Digital Archives: the Missing Context"

Ramesh Srinivasan, University of California/Los Angeles, “De-stabilizing Archives through Performance, Incommensurability, and Fluid Ontologies”

James Tobias, University of California/Riverside, “Teach Me How to ... Re-create Re-memory:  Archiving 'Chronic' Time”