and Teaching at Occidental College) ADE-MLA Certificate of Excellence n the Teaching of English, 1970 Occidental Faculty Achievement Award, 1966 Phi Beta Kappa, 1961
EDITORIAL WORK Film Quarterly, Editorial Board, 1977 to present. Involves reading and refereeing all manuscripts submitted to the journal and making policy decisions Quarterly Review of Film & Video, Advisory Board and guest editor of two special issues Dreamworks: An Interdisciplinary Quarterly on Dreams and the Arts, 1980-87. Founding
co-editor (with Kenneth J. Atchity) The Spectator, founding editor, published by the Critical Studies Division in the USC School of Cinema-Television Console-ing Passions Book Series, Duke University, co-editor with Lynn Spigel (1993-96) Cine-Discs Series of Bilingual CD-ROMs on National Media Cultures, general editor,
published under the Auspices of the USC Annenberg Center Member of Advisory or Editorial Board of several other journals, including:
Animation, Cinema Journal, Film Historia (Barcelona), Journal of Spanish Cultural Studies (Duke Univ. Press), Journal of E-media Studies (Dartmouth College), Secuencias (Madrid), Vectors (USC), Women & Film INTERACTIVE DIGITAL INSTALLATIONS & PUBLICATIONS: Database Narratives from The Labyrinth Project
URBAN TRACES: A SERIES OF DIGITAL CITY SYMPHONIES ON LOS ANGELES:
“Cultivating Pasadena: From Roses to Redevelopment,”a photographic exhibition, ewith 25 pairs of then-and-now photographs, with an accompanying interactive museum installation, a DVD-ROM and a print catalogue. Pasadena Museum of California Art, on October 9, 2004 through March 6, 2005. The exhbition and catalogue were developed in with the Southern California Automobile Association. The DVD-ROM, created and produced by The Labyrinth Project, will be released March 1, 2005.
“Three Winters in the Sun: Einstein in California,” a DVD-ROM and interactive museum installation, funded by The University of Southern California and the Skirball Foundation, for the “Einstein at the Skirball” exhibition, which opened at the Skirball Cultural Center in Los Angeles in September 2004 and will run through May 2005. In conjunction with this project, the Labyrinth team will make a presentation on all of their works in the Urban Traces series at the Skirball on Sunday, January 23, 2005. The Einstein DVD-ROM , with an accompanying book, will be released March 1, 2005.
Bleeding Through: Layers of Los Angeles, 1920-1986, a DVD-ROM and interactive museum installation developed in collaboration with cultural historian Norman M. Klein whose writings on Los Angeles inspired the project. Co-produced by the Labyrinth Project and ZKM in Karlsruhe, Germany, this project was featured in the "Future Cinema" exhibition at ZKM in October 2002 and has subsequently been exhibited in new media and film festivals worldwide. It was a finalist in the Berlin Bienalle.
Tracing the Decay of Fiction: Encounters with a Film by Pat O'Neill, a DVD ROM and interactive museum installation developed in collaboration with independent filmmaker Pat O'Neill, based on his 35 mm. film about the Hotel Ambassador, "The Decay of Fiction." Both the film and DVD ROM were featured in the "Future Cinema" exhibition at ZKM in Karlsruhe, Germany, in fall 2001, and subsequently travelled to Helsinki, Tokyo and Shanghai. Earlier versions have of the prototype have been exhibited at USC’s Fisher Gallery (1999), at the