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Virginia Kuhn

Location: Los Angeles

Virginia Kuhn is the Associate Director in charge of the Honors in Multimedia Scholarship program at the IML. Her work centers on the ways in which the affordances of digital technologies impact thought, discourse and expression in a highly mediated world. Kuhn’s current efforts are particularly involved with the intersections of the humanities and cyberinfrastructure, particularly as they bear on the ethical implications of a global society and large-scale literacy. Kuhn joined the IML in 2005 after successfully defending one of the first born-digital dissertations in the country, challenging archiving and copyright conventions. Her dissertation was created in TK3, an electronic book platform that is the precursor to the USC-based, open source program, Sophie. Her work can be found in online journals such as Kairos, electronic book review, Enculturation and Academic Commons, as well as in print. Before joining USC, she taught in departments of Film, English, and Cultural Studies and she spent three years as a writing program administrator at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.


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