Kimon Keramidas

Assistant Professor and Director of the Digital Media Lab

Assistant Director for the Digital Media Lab. BA, Swarthmore College. PhD and Certificate in Interactive Technology and Pedagogy, The Graduate Center, City University of New York. CUNY Online Instructional Technology Fellow, CUNY Research Foundation; Researcher to the Vice President for Information Technology and External Programs, CUNY Graduate Center. Dissertation: “The Pay’s the Thing: Intellectual Property and the Political Economy of Contemporary American Theatrical Production.” Publications include “Thoughts on the ‘Relational Exhibit’ in Analog and Digital Media” (tentative title, coauthor) in Objects of Exchange: Social and Material Transformation on the Late-Nineteenth- Century Northwest Coast (forthcoming); “Virtual Places, Real Money: The Role of Virtual Worlds in the Success of Video Games as Cultural Products,” Conference Proceedings from ISEA 2009: The 15th International Symposium on Electronic Art (forthcoming); “On the Performative Nature of Rings Tourism” (co-author), Studying the Event Film: The Lord of the Rings; “Coming Soon to a Cinema/Television/Website/Video Game/Theatre Near You...: Theatre, Intellectual Property Rights, and the Control of American Culture” Theater Und Medien (Theatre and the Media); adjunct instructor experience teaching new media, digital information fluency, performance/theater studies, and interactive technology and pedagogy at CUNY Graduate Center, CUNY Online Baccalaureate Program, The Cooper Union, and Marymount Manhattan College.

Kimon Keramidas's courses include:

859 Interface Design: Material Objects and Immaterial Culture. A Focus Gallery Project
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