2004 Symposium

The Moving Image as Biography
July 30-31, 2004

An exploration of individual and community biographies on film.

Use the menu above to visit pages with essays by the presenters.

2004 Symposium presenters are listed below:

Michael Aronson, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Film and Media Studies, University of Oregon
Local Views, Developing a Larger History of American Cinema

Maree Delofski
Macquarie University Research Associate, Centre for Screen Studies Research, AFTRS
Archival Footage and Storytelling in THE TROUBLE WITH MERLE

Jan-Christopher Horak, Ph.D.
Editor, The Moving Image
Professor, UCLA Critical Studies
Reminiscences of a Journey to Lithuania

Jane D. Johnson
MIC Project Manager, Library of Congress
Moving Image Collections: A Window to the World’s Moving Images

Janna Jones
Associate Professor, Communications, University of South Florida
Moving Images, Biography, and the Archival Impulse

Eric Schaefer, Ph.D.
Associate Professor, Department of Visual and Media Arts, Emerson College
The Moving Image as Biography

Dwight Swanson
Independent Scholar
Moving Images, New Media and Autobiography