Leeropdracht
Historische mediavergelijking
Benoemingsdatum 01-12-1993
Profiel

William Uricchio (PhD NYU) is professor of Comparative Media History at Utrecht University as well as Professor of Comparative Media Studies at MIT in the US.  He has held visiting professorships at Stockholm University, the Freie Universität Berlin, the University of Science and Technology of China, Philips Universität Marburg and Georg-August Universität Göttingen; and Guggenheim, Fulbright and Humboldt fellowships and the Berlin Prize have supported his research. At MIT, Uricchio is founder and principal investigator of the MIT Open Documentary Lab. His scholarly research considers the interplay of media technologies and cultural practices in relation to the (re-) construction of representation, knowledge and publics. In part, he researches and develops new histories of ‘old’ media when they were new (early photography, telephony, film, broadcasting, and today’s ‘new’ media). And in part, he investigates media cultures and their audiences through research into such areas as co-creation and cultural citizenship, media and cultural identity, and historical representation.  His current research focuses on forms of augmented reality and the cultural use of algorithms.

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  2017 - Wetenschappelijke publicaties
Uricchio, W.C. (2017). Contextualizing the Apparatus: Film in the Turn-of-the-Century Sears, Roebuck & Co. Consumers Guide’s Department of Special Public Entertainment Outfits and Supplies. In Giovanna Fossati & Annie van den Oever (Eds.), Exposing the Film Apparatus: The Film Archive as a Research Laboratory (pp. 185-197). Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press.
Uricchio, W.C. (2017). Data, Culture and the Ambivalence of Algorithms. In Mirko Tobias Schäfer & Karin van Es (Eds.), The Datafied Society: Studying Culture Through Data (pp. 125-138). Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press.
Uricchio, W.C. (2017). Introduction. In Nico de Klerk (Eds.), Showing and Telling - Film heritage institutes and their performance of public accountability (pp. 1-8). Wilmington: Vernon Press.
Uricchio, W.C. (2017). La télévision et les arts: au-delà de la traduction et de la transmission. In Viva Paci (Eds.), Une télévision allumée - Les arts dans le noir et blanc du tube cathodique Paris: Presses universitaires de Vincennes.
Uricchio, W.C. (2017). Media Specificity and its Discontents: A televisual provocation. In Martin Lefebvre & Nicolas Dulac (Eds.), From Media to Post-Media: Continuities and Ruptures Paris: Éditions L'Âge d'Homme.
Uricchio, W.C. (2017). Re-Thinking the Social Documentary. In J. Raessens, S. Lammes & R. Glas (Eds.), The Playful Citizen: Power, Creativity, Knowledge Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press.
Uricchio, W.C. (2017). Selling the Motion Picture in fin-de-siecle America. In Nico de Klerk, Bo Florin & Patrick Vonderau (Eds.), Selling to the Senses (pp. 71-82). London: BFI/Palgrave Macmillan.
Uricchio, W.C. (2017). Things to Come: The Possible Futures of Documentary from a Historical Perspective. In Judith Aston, Sandra Gaudenzi & Mandy Rose (Eds.), i-docs: The Evolving Practices of Interactive Documentary (pp. 191-205). New York: Wallflower Press.
  2017 - Overige resultaten
W.C. Uricchio (23-06-2017) Algorithms, Culture and the Humanistic Tradition: three lectures
W.C. Uricchio (24-05-2017) Beyond the Box: Research Methods for Expanded Television
W.C. Uricchio (15-02-2017) Documentary Futures
W.C. Uricchio (24-02-2017) Embodiment in the Moving Image, Lessons From Film to VR
W.C. Uricchio (03-05-2017) Expanded Montage: Lessons From the Interactive Documentary
W.C. Uricchio (06-03-2017) Interacting with Space: Location-based Documentary
W.C. Uricchio (25-03-2017) Interactive Cinema at the 1967 Expo: The Kinoautomat
W.C. Uricchio (04-05-2017) Preserving a Precarious Ecosystem: The Special Needs of Interactive Documentaries
W.C. Uricchio (18-05-2017) Re-Framing Identities via Media Practices
W.C. Uricchio (02-02-2017) Re-Imaging the Documentary: Arguments for New Forms
W.C. Uricchio (09-06-2017) Virtual Reality and the Ethnographic Tradition
W.C. Uricchio (12-04-2017) VR non-fiction - things to come from a historical perspective
  2016 - Wetenschappelijke publicaties
Uricchio, W.C. (2016). Interactivity and the Modalities of Textual Hacking - From the Bible to Algorithmically Generated Stories. In Sara Pesce & Paolo Nolo (Eds.), The Politics of Ephemeral Digital Media (pp. 155-170). London: Routledge.
Uricchio, W.C., Wolozin, Sarah, Bui, Linh N, Tortum, D. & Flynn, S. (2016). Mapping the Intersection of Two Cultures: Interactive Documentary and Digital Journalism. (113 p.). the John D and Catherine T MacArthur Foundation.
Uricchio, W.C. (2016). Replacement, Displacement and the Cultures of Obsolescence. In Baerbel Tischleder & Sarah Wasserman (Eds.), Cultures of Obsolescence: History, Materiality, and the Digital Age (pp. 97-109). London: Palgrave Macmillan.
Uricchio, W.C., Wolozin, Sarah & Boyacioglu, B. (2016). Virtually There: Documentary Meets Virtual Reality. (32 p.). the John D and Catherine T MacArthur Foundation.
Uricchio, W.C. (08-11-2016). VR is Not Film. So What Is It?. Immerse
Uricchio, W.C. (2016). Wandering Through the Residues of a Present Past. In Alexandra Sophia Handal (Eds.), Memory Flows Like the Tide at Dawn (pp. 1-25). Roskilde: Museet for Samtidskunst.
  2016 - Overige resultaten
W.C. Uricchio (04-11-2016) Access, Participation and the Mediatised World
W.C. Uricchio (20-06-2016) Conversation with Rem Koolhaas & Bregtje van den Haag
W.C. Uricchio (26-05-2016) Digital Journalism: Transmission, Ritual, and the Re-Imagined Civic
W.C. Uricchio (29-06-2016) Digitizing Heritage: The role of Culture’s Guardians
W.C. Uricchio (21-06-2016) Exploring the interwar years: the travelogues of Colin Ross
W.C. Uricchio (02-12-2016) From Screen to Location: Movement in the New Documentary
W.C. Uricchio (26-05-2016) Interaction, Immersion and the Implications of User-Enacted Experiences
W.C. Uricchio (03-02-2016) Interactive Documentary Meets Digital Journalism
W.C. Uricchio (03-11-2016) Reading Transnational Identities and Mobilities
W.C. Uricchio (13-10-2016) Six Theses on Virtual Reality
W.C. Uricchio (19-06-2016) The Awkwardness of Technology
W.C. Uricchio (30-11-2016) What constitutes ‘stability’ in technology
  2015 - Wetenschappelijke publicaties
Uricchio, W.C. & , (2015). Many More Lives of the Batman. (248 p.). London: Palgrave McMillan.
Uricchio, W.C. (2015). Recommended for You - Prediction, Creation and the Cultural Work of Algorithms. The Berlin Journal, 28, (pp. 6-9).
Uricchio, W.C. (2015). The Residue of the National - Conditions of Production and the Trans-Atlantic Divide. In Astrid Böger & Christof Decker (Eds.), Transnational Mediations - Negotiating Popular Culture between Europe and the United States (pp. 17-32) (16 p.). Heidelberg: Winterverlag.
  2015 - Overige resultaten
W.C. Uricchio (11-06-2015) History, Interactivity and Television’s Next Chapter
W.C. Uricchio (31-05-2015) Interactive Documentary in Perspective
W.C. Uricchio (06-07-2015) Media, Representation and the City
W.C. Uricchio (19-10-2015) Shifting Prepositions: aesthetics of the black & white cathode ray tube” (keynote) Une télévision allumée: les arts dans le noir et blanc du tube cathodique
W.C. Uricchio (02-03-2015) The State of Things in Interactive Documentary
  2014 - Wetenschappelijke publicaties
Uricchio, W.C. (2014). Film, cinema, television … media?. The New Review of Film and Television , 12 (3), (pp. 266-279).
Uricchio, W.C. (2014). Repenser le documentaire social. In Laurence Allard, Laurent Creton & Roger Odin (Eds.), Téléphone mobile et création (pp. 61-80). Paris: Armand Colin.
Uricchio, W.C. (2014). The City Seen - strategies of coherence, evocation and simulation in urban representation. In Tigran Haas & Krister Olsson (Eds.), Emerging Urbanism - Urban Planning & Design in Times of Structural and Systematic Change (pp. 55-61). Surrey: Ashgate Publishing.
Uricchio, William (2014). The Greatest Art Form of the Twentieth Century. Journal of Visual Culture, 13 (1), (pp. 104-106) (3 p.).
Uricchio, W.C. (2014). Things to Come in the American Studies-Media Studies Relationship. In Winfried Fluck, Erik Redling, Sabine Sielke & Hubert Zapf (Eds.), American Studies Today - New Research Agendas Heidelberg: Winter Universitaetsverlag.
Uricchio, W.C. (2014). True Confessions: WikiLeaks, Contested Truths, and Narrative Containment. International Journal of Communication, 8, (pp. 2567-2573) (7 p.).
  2014 - Overige resultaten
W.C. Uricchio (01-03-2014) Mapping the Documentary’s Journey in the New Digital Landscape
  2013 - Wetenschappelijke publicaties
Uricchio, W.C. (2013). Constructing Television - Thirty years that froze an otherwise dynamic medium. In Marijke de Valck & Jan Teurlings (Eds.), After the Break - Television Theory Today (pp. 65-78). Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press.
Uricchio, W.C. (2013). New Media Literacies - Technology and Cultural Form. In Kiene Brillenburg Worth (Eds.), Between Page and Screen - Remaking Literature Through Cinema and Cyberspace (pp. 229-240). New York: Forham University Press.
Uricchio, W.C. (2013). Quando la narrazione va la di là dei suoi confini - vecchie abitudini nella nuova era tecnologica. In Claudio Bisoni & Veronica Innocenti (Eds.), Media Mutations - Gli ecosistemi narrativi nello scenario mediale contemporaneo. Spazi, modelli, usi sociali (pp. 45-56). Modena: Mucchi Editore.
Uricchio, W.C. (2013). The History of Spreadable Media. In Henry Jenkins, Sam Ford & Joshua Green (Eds.), Spreadable Media - Creating Value and Meaning in a Networked Culture New York: New York University Press.
  2013 - Overige resultaten
W.C. Uricchio (01-10-2013) Change the Channel: Translating Foreign Television Formats
W.C. Uricchio (21-09-2013) Games in Everyday Life..
W.C. Uricchio (25-04-2013) Media Change and Its Implications for the Study of Culture
W.C. Uricchio (01-10-2013) National Film Board of Canada
W.C. Uricchio (29-11-2013) Odense University Lecture of Excellence
W.C. Uricchio (15-11-2013) Screening America
W.C. Uricchio (24-06-2013) Seriality and its Discontents: displacements of time and meaning in the serial form
W.C. Uricchio (28-09-2013) Story Platforms
W.C. Uricchio (18-11-2013) The Cultural Work of Algorithms
W.C. Uricchio (09-04-2013) The New Arts of Documentary
W.C. Uricchio (16-04-2013) The Trouble with Television
  2012 - Wetenschappelijke publicaties
Uricchio, William (2012). A Palimpsest of Place and Past. Performance Research, 17 (3), (pp. 45-49) (5 p.).
Uricchio, William (2012). The algorithmic turn - photosynth, augmented reality and the changing implications of the image. In Gorin Bolin (Eds.), Cultural Technologies - The Shaping of Culture in Media and Society (pp. 25-35) (11 p.). London: Routledge.
  2011 - Wetenschappelijke publicaties
Uricchio, William (2011). A 'proper point of view' - The panorama and some of its early media iterations. Early Popular Visual Culture, 9 (3), (pp. 225-238) (14 p.).
Uricchio, W.C. (2011). The Algorithmic Turn: Photosynth, Augmented Reality and the State of the Image. Visual Studies, 26:1, (pp. 45-49).
Uricchio, W.C. (2011). The Recurrent, the Recombinatory and the Ephemeral. In Paul Grainge (Eds.), Ephemeral Media - Transitory Screen Culture from Television to YouTube (pp. 23-36). London: British Film Institute / Palgrave Macmillan.
  2010 - Wetenschappelijke publicaties
Uricchio, W.C. (2010). Nella camera oscura c’e piu di quanto lo sguardo riesca a cogliere. In Elio Girlanda (Eds.), Il precinema oltre il cinema - Per una nuova storia dei media audiovisivi (pp. 10-21). Rome: Dino Audino.
Uricchio, W.C. (2010). Rethinking the American Century. In Kingsley Bolton & Jan Olsson (Eds.), Media, Popular Culture and the American Century (pp. 363-375). Eastleigh: John Libby.
Uricchio, W.C. (2010). TV as Time Machine - television’s changing heterochronic regimes and the production of history. In Jostein Gripsrud (Eds.), Relocating Television - Television in the Digital Context (pp. 27-40). London: Routledge.
  2009 - Wetenschappelijke publicaties
Uricchio, W.C. (2009). Batman’s Gotham CityTM - Style, Ideology and Performance. In Jorn Arhens & Arno Metzner (Eds.), Comics and the City - Urban space in print, picture and sequence London: Continuum.
Uricchio, William (2009). Contextualizing the Broadcast Era - Nation, Commerce, and Constraint. Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, 625, (pp. 60-73) (14 p.).
Uricchio, W.C. (2009). European Identity as Palimpsest. In Savas Arslan, D Karaosmanogle & S Schroeder (Eds.), Media, Culture, and Identity (pp. 13-21). Istanbul: Bahcesehir University Press.
Uricchio, W.C. (2009). Moving Beyond the Artefact - Lessons from participatory culture. In Marianne van den Boomen et al. (Eds.), Digital Materials (pp. 135-147). Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press.
Uricchio, W.C. (2009). Palimpsest Olarak Avrupa Kimligi. In Savas Arslan, D Karaosmanogle & S Schroeder (Eds.), , Avrupa’da Medya, Kultur ve Kimlik (pp. 11-19). Istanbul: Bahcesehir University Press.
Uricchio, W.C. (2009). Télévision - l’institutionnalisation de l’intermédialité. In Mireille Berton & Anne-Katrin Weber (Eds.), La télévision du Téléphonoscope à YouTube - Pour une archéologie de l’audiovision (pp. 161-177). Lausanne: Éditions Antipodes.
Uricchio, W.C. (2009). The Future of Television?. In Pelle Snikkars & Patrick Vonderau (Eds.), The You Tube Reader (pp. 24-39). London: Wallflower Press.
Uricchio, W.C. (2009). Woord vooraf. In Bert Hogenkamp & Herman de Wit (Eds.), Film en Bioscoop in Utrecht Amsterdam: Boom.
  2008 - Wetenschappelijke publicaties
Uricchio, W.C. (2008). En sammensatt identitet - Fjernsynets skiftende innretning. In Roel Puijk (Eds.), Fjernsyn I Digitale Omgivelser (pp. 51-66). Kristiansand NW: Forlaget.
Uricchio, W.C. (2008). Imag(in)ing the City: Simonides to the Sims. In Andrew Webber (Eds.), Cities in Transition (pp. 102-112). London: Wallflower Press.
Uricchio, W.C. (2008). Media, Representations, Identities. In William Uricchio (Eds.), We Europeans? Media, Representations, Identities (pp. 11-22). Chicago: University of Chicago Press.
Uricchio, W.C. (2008). Television: Coming To Terms With An Ontologically Challenged Medium. In Robert Crocker (Eds.), The Oxford Film and Media Handbook (pp. 286-304). Oxford: Oxford U.P..
Uricchio, W.C. (2008). Television’s First Seventy-Five Years - The Interpretive Flexibility of a Medium in Transition. The Oxford Handbook of Film and Media Studies (pp. 296-305). Oxford: Oxford UP.
Uricchio, William (2008). We Europeans? media, representations, identities. (198 p.). Bristol: Intellect Books, Includes bibliographical references.
  2007 - Wetenschappelijke publicaties
Uricchio, W.C. (2007). Moving beyond the artifact - lessons from participatory culture. In Yola de Lusenet & Vincent Wintermans (Eds.), Preserving the Digital Heritage (pp. 15-25). The Hague / Amsterdam: Netherlands National Commision for UNESCO and the European Commission on Preservation and Access.
Uricchio, W.C. (2007). The Threat Within - information and security in a time of terror. In Madelon de Keizer & Stephanie Roels (Eds.), Staat van veiligheid - De Nederlandse samenleving sinds 1900 (pp. 199-214). Amsterdam: Walburg Pers.
  2006 - Wetenschappelijke publicaties
Uricchio, W.C. & Pearson, R.E. (2006). Brushing up Shakespeare - relevance and televisual form in Great Britons and In Search of Shakespeare. In D.E. Henderson (Eds.), A Concise Companion to Shakespeare on Screen (pp. 197-215). Oxford: Blackwell Publishing.
Uricchio, W.C. (2006). Introduction. In W.C. Uricchio & S. Kinnebrock (Eds.), Media Cultures (pp. 1-14) (14 p.). Heidelberg: Universitätsverlag Winter.
Uricchio, W.C. & Kinnebrock, S. (2006). Media Cultures. Heidelberg: Universitätsverlag Winter.
Uricchio, W.C. (2006). Peer-to-Peer Communities, Cultural Citizenship, and the Limits of National Discourse. In W.C. Uricchio & S. Kinnebrock (Eds.), Media Cultures (pp. 61-88). Heidelberg: Universitätsverlag Winter.
Uricchio, W.C. (2006). Phantasia and Techné at the Fin-de-Siècle. Revue Intermédialités, (pp. 27-42) (16 p.).
  2005 - Wetenschappelijke publicaties
Uricchio, W.C. (2005). Culture as Dynamic. All That Dutch - International Cultural Politics (pp. 29-33). Amsterdam: NAi Uitgevers.
Uricchio, W.C. (2005). Cyberhistory - Historical Computer Games and Post-Structuralist Historiography. In J. Goldstein & J. Raessens (Eds.), Handbook of Computer Games Studies (pp. 327-338). Cambridge: MIT Press.
Uricchio, W.C. (2005). Formierung und Transformation des frühen deutschen Fernsehens. Montage/AV (1), (pp. 97-115) (19 p.).
Uricchio, W.C. & Roholl, M (2005). From New Deal Propaganda to National Vernacular - Pare Lorentz and the Construction of an American Public Culture. In R. Janssens & K. Delaney (Eds.), Over (T)here: Essays in Honour of Rob Kroes [European Contributions to American Studies, Vol 60] (pp. 107-122) (16 p.). Amsterdam: VU Press.
Uricchio, W.C. (2005). Law and the Cinema. In R. Abel (Eds.), Routledge Encyclopedia of Early Cinema (pp. 373-377) (5 p.). New York: Routledge.
Uricchio, W.C. (2005). Law and the Cinema” (373-377) and “US Patent Wars” (654-655). In Richard Abel (Eds.), Routledge Encyclopedia of Early Cinema New York: Routledge.
Uricchio, W.C. (2005). Televize jakohistorie. Nemecke televizni vysilani v letech 1935-1944 a dejiny jeho reprezentai. Illuminace: Casopis pro teorii, historii a estetiku filmu, 4, (pp. 5-26).
Uricchio, W.C. (2005). US Patent Wars. In R. Abel (Eds.), Routledge Encyclopedia of Early Cinema (pp. 654-655) (2 p.). New York: Routledge.
  2004 - Wetenschappelijke publicaties
Uricchio, W.C. (2004). Beyond the Great Divide: collaborative networks and the challenge to dominant conceptions of creative industries. The International Journal of Cultural Studies, 7 (1), (pp. 79-90) (12 p.).
Uricchio, W.C. (2004). Cultural Citizenship in the Age of P2P Networks. In L.B. Bondebjerg & P. Golding (Eds.), European Culture and the Media (pp. 139-164). Bristol: Intellect Press.
Uricchio, W.C. & Pearson, R. (2004). How Many Times Shall Caesar Bleed in Sport: Shakespeare and the Cultural Debate about Moving Pictures. In L Grieveson & P Kramer (Eds.), Silent Cinema Reader (pp. 145-155) (11 p.). London: Routledge.
Uricchio, W.C. (2004). Redefining Consumers and Citizens - Challenges to American and European Constructions of Culture. In R. Kroes & R. Janssens (Eds.), Post-Cold War Europe, Post- Cold War America [European Contributions to American Studies, Vol 55] (pp. 132-145) (14 p.). Amsterdam: VU Press.
Uricchio, W.C. (2004). Television’s next generation: technology / interface culture / flow. In L Spigel & J. Olsson (Eds.), Television After TV: Essays on a Medium in Transition (pp. 231-261) (31 p.). Durham: Duke.
Uricchio, W.C. (2004). The Unstable Text and Some of its Consequences. In J. Fullerton (Eds.), Screen Culture: History and Textuality (pp. 161-168) (8 p.). Eastleigh: John Libby.
Uricchio, W.C. (2004). Zaznam, simultaneita a medialni technologie modernity. In P. Szczepanik (Eds.), Nova Filmova Historie: Antyologie soucasneho mysleni o dejinach kinematografie a ausiovizualni kultury (pp. 452-471) (20 p.). Praag: Nakladatelstvi Herrmann & synove.
  2003 - Wetenschappelijke publicaties
Uricchio, W.C. (2003). Criminality, Corruption, and the Moving Pictures. In H. Jenkins & J. Shattuck (Eds.), Hop on Pop: The Dawn of New Cultural Studies (pp. 378-390). Durham: Duke University Press.
Uricchio, W.C. & Roholl, M (2003). From New Deal Propaganda to National Vernacular - Pare Lorentz and the Construction of an American Public Culture. In P Zimmermann & K Hoffmann (Eds.), Triumph der Bilder - Kultur- und Dokumentarfilme vor 1945 im internationalen Vergleich (pp. 155-173) (19 p.). Konstanz: UVK Verlagsgesellschaft.
Uricchio, W.C. (2003). Historicizing Media in Transition. In H Jenkins & D. Thornburn (Eds.), Rethinking Media Change: The Aesthetics of Transition (pp. 23-38) (16 p.). Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.
Uricchio, W.C. (2003). La place de la télévision dans l’horizon d’attente du XIXe siècle. Dossiers de l’audiovisuel, 112, (pp. 19-22).
Uricchio, W.C. (2003). La reve de la simultanéité. Dossiers de l’audiovisuel, 112, (pp. 35-37).
Uricchio, W.C. (2003). Old Media as New Media: Television. In D Harries (Eds.), The New Media Book (pp. 219-230) (12 p.). London: British Film Institute.
  2002 - Wetenschappelijke publicaties
Uricchio, W.C. (2002). Coming to Terms With New York City's Moving Picture Operators, 1906-1913. The Moving Image, 2 (2), (pp. 73-93) (21 p.).
Uricchio, W.C. & Roholl, M.L. (2002). From New Deal Propaganda to National Vernacular: Pare Lorentz and the Construction of an American Public Culture. Triumph der Bilder: Kultur- und Dokumentarfilme vor 1945 im internationalen Vergleich (pp. 155-173) (19 p.). Konstanz (Switserland): UVK Verlagsgesellschaft mbH.
Uricchio, W.C. (2002). Medien, Simultaneitaet, Konvergenz. Kultur und Technologie im Zeitalter von Intermedialitaet. In R. Adelmann, J.O. Hesse, J. Keilbach, M. Stauff & M. Thiele (Eds.), Grundlagentexte zur Fernsehwissenschaft: Theorie -- Geschichte -- Analyse (pp. 281-310) (30 p.). Konstanz: UNK Verlagsgesellschaft mbH.
Uricchio, W.C. (2002). Old Media as New Media: Television. In D. Harries (Eds.), The New Media Book (pp. 219-230) (12 p.). British Film Institute.
Uricchio, W.C. & Pearson, Roberta (2002). Projecting Images: New York City’s Motion Picture Operators and the Idea of Cinema History. The Moving Image, 2:2, (pp. 73-93).
Uricchio, W.C. (2002). Technologies of Time. In J. Olsson (Eds.), Allegories of Communication: Intermedial Concerns from Cinema to the Digital Berkeley: University of California Press.
Uricchio, W.C. (2002). Television Conventions. Tijdschrift: online gepubliceerd
Uricchio, W.C. (2002). TeleVisionen. Historiografien des Fernsehens. Osterreichische Zeitschrift fur Geschichtswissenschaften, 12 (4), (pp. 42-59) (18 p.).
Uricchio, W.C. (2002). There's More to the Camera Obscura Than Meets the Eye. In F. Albera, M. Braun & A. Gaudreault (Eds.), Arret sur image, fragmentation du temps (pp. 103-120) (18 p.). Lausanne (Switserland): Editions Payot.
  2002 - Overige resultaten
W.C. Uricchio (01-09-2002) Where Do We Go From Here?
  2001 - Wetenschappelijke publicaties
Uricchio, W.C. (2001). Boekbespreking. Intensities : the journal of cult media, 2.
Uricchio, W.C. & Pearson, Roberta (2001). Celluloid Shakespeare and the Complexities of Cultural Meaning. In Jostein Gripsrud (Eds.), Kulturstudier nr. 19: The Aesthetics of Popular Art (pp. 91-114).
Uricchio, W.C. (2001). Cultural Studies: una visione d' insieme. In G.P. Brunetta (Eds.), Storia del cinema mondiale: Theorie, strumenti, memorie (pp. 541-562) (22 p.). Torino: Giulio Einaudi editore.
Uricchio, W.C. (2001). Filmvorführer in New York, 1906-1913. Kintop, 9 (1), (pp. 91-108) (18 p.).
Uricchio, W.C. (2001). Medien des übergangs und ihre Historisierung. Archiv für Mediengeschichte- Mediale Historiographien, 1 (1), (pp. 57-72) (16 p.).
Uricchio, W.C. (2001). Reflections on a Forgotten Past: Early German Television as a History of Absences in TeleVisionen. Osterreichische Zeitschrift fur Geschichtswissenschaften, 12:4, (pp. 42-59).
  2000 - Wetenschappelijke publicaties
Uricchio, W.C. (2000). La formazione dei pubblici. In G.P. Brunetta (Eds.), Storia del Cinema I Torino: Giulio Einaudi editore.
  1999 - Wetenschappelijke publicaties
Uricchio, W.C. (1999). Envisioning the Audience: perceptions of early German television’s public, 1935-1944. E-view : een electronisch magazine over theater, film, televisie & digitale media, 1:1.
Uricchio, W.C. (1999). Film History at the fin de siecle. Iichiko intercultural : an annual journal for transdisciplinary studies of pratiques, 64, (pp. 112-123) (12 p.).
Uricchio, W.C. (1999). Intermedial Challenges to Television's Definition. In Ib Bondebjerg & Hella Haastrup (Eds.), Intertextuality &Visual Media [Sekvens 99: Arborg for Film- & Medievidenskab 1999] (pp. 171-183) (13 p.). Kopenhagen: IFM.
Uricchio, W.C. (1999). Media and war ... beyond propaganda. Tijdschrift voor mediageschiedenis, 2 (2), (pp. 160-169) (10 p.).
Uricchio, W.C. (1999). Nation, Taste and Identity: Hollywood remakes of European originals. Groniek, 146, (pp. 51-61) (11 p.).
Uricchio, W.C. (1999). Panoramic Visions: stasis, movement, and the redefinition of the panorama. In L. Quaresima, A. Raengo & L. Vichi (Eds.), La nascita dei generi cinematografici / The Birth of Film Genres (pp. 125-133) (9 p.). Udine: Forum.
Uricchio, W.C. (1999). Starwars, Videogames, and War. In J. Schoeman & J. Weerdenburg (Eds.), Oorlog en de media (pp. 85-96) (12 p.). Utrecht: Studuim Generale.
Uricchio, W.C. (1999). Technologies of Time. In A. Herzog, L. Nijenhof, N. Noorman & N. Vink (Eds.), What's New? Essays over het belang van de nieuwe media voor de beeldende kunst (pp. 33-51) (19 p.). Groningen: Academie Minerva.
Uricchio, W.C. & Pearson, R. (1999). 'The Formative and Impressionable Stage': Discursive constructions of the nickelodeon's child audience. In Richard Maltby & Melvyn Stokes (Eds.), American Movie Audiences: from the Turn of the Century to the Early Sound Era (pp. 64-79) (16 p.). Londen: BFI.
  1998 - Wetenschappelijke publicaties
Uricchio, W.C. (1998). Bic Picture, Small Screen. The relations between film and television. Tijdschrift voor mediageschiedenis, 1, (pp. 125-126) (2 p.).
Uricchio, W.C. (1998). Criminality, Corruption and the Moving Pictures. In J. Fullerton (Eds.), Celebrating 1895: the Centenary of Cinema (pp. 82-95) (14 p.). Londen: John Libby.
Uricchio, W.C. (1998). De Camera Obscura, Lady Di, en de Leeuwenkooi. Feit & fictie: tijdschrift voor de geschiedenis van de representatie, 4 (2).
Uricchio, W.C. (1998). Grensgebieden: feit, fictie en het picturesque in de vroege western. TvL : tijdschrift voor literatuurwetenschap, 3 (2), (pp. 99-109) (11 p.).
Uricchio, W.C. (1998). Meer dan propaganda. Media in Oorlogstijd. Kunst en Wetenschap, 7 (3), (pp. 11-13) (3 p.).
Uricchio, W.C. (1998). Storage and Simultaneity. Reconsidering 20th century media, culture and technology. De Nieuwste Tijd, 9, (pp. 5-12) (8 p.).
Uricchio, W.C. (1998). Television, Film, and the Struggle for Media Identity. Film, History, An International Journal, 10 (2), (pp. 118-127) (10 p.).
Uricchio, W.C. (1998). The Trouble With Television. Screening the past, 4.
  1998 - Overige resultaten
W.C. Uricchio (16-04-1998) From Markets to Audiences: interactive design implications
W.C. Uricchio (16-03-1998) Media as a Weapon
W.C. Uricchio (10-12-1998) Technologies of time
W.C. Uricchio (20-06-1998) The Bard, Beerbohm-Tree, and the Cinema
W.C. Uricchio (26-03-1998) The Panorama and the Implications of its Cinematic Variations
W.C. Uricchio (13-02-1998) Towards a Historiography of Audience Research: the Case of New York's Nickelodeons
  1997 - Wetenschappelijke publicaties
Uricchio, W.C. (1997). Cinema as Detour? Towards a reconsideration of moving image technology in the late 19th century. In K. Hickethier, E. Muller & R. Rother (Eds.), Der Film in der Geschichte (pp. 19-25) (19 p.). Berlin: Edition Sigma.
Uricchio, W.C. (1997). Det forflutna som prolog. En omprovning av mediahistorien. Aura Filmvetenskaplig tidskrift, 1997, (pp. 6-20) (15 p.).
Uricchio, W.C. (1997). Film Studies: Anglo-amerikanische Methoden der Filmforschung. In H.-M. Bock & W. Jacobsen (Eds.), Recherche: Film. Quellen und Methoden der Filmforschung (pp. 109-119) (11 p.). München.
Uricchio, W.C. (1997). Filmgeschiedenis in het fin de siecle. Jaarboek Mediageschiedenis, 1997, (pp. 9-32) (24 p.).
Uricchio, W & Pearson, R (1997). Manhattan's Nickelodeons + A comment on the Singer-Allen exchange - New York? New York!. Cinema Journal, 36 (4), (pp. 98-102) (5 p.).
Uricchio, W.C. (1997). Media, Simultaneity, Convergence: Culture and Technology in an Age ofIntermediality. Utrecht: Universiteit Utrecht.
Uricchio, W.C. (1997). Television studies shifting disciplinary status: Anglo-American developments. In H. Schanze & P. Ludes (Eds.), Qualitative Perspektiven des Medienwandels: Positionen der Medienwissenschaft im Kontext 'Neuer Medien' (pp. 80-94) (80 p.). Opladen: Westdeutscher Verlag.
Uricchio, W.C. (1997). Vom Wohnzimmer zum Desktop. Eine medienwissenschaftliche Perspective. Montage/AV, 1997, (pp. 114-118) (5 p.).
Uricchio, W.C. (1997). Ways of Seeing: the new vision of early non-fiction film. In D. Hertogs & N. de Klerk (Eds.), Uncharted Territory: Essays on nonfiction film (pp. 119-131) (119 p.). Amsterdam: Stichting Nederlands Filmmuseum.
  1997 - Vakpublicaties
Uricchio, W.C. (1997). Aktualitäten als Bilder der Zeit. Kintop, 1997, (pp. 43-50) (8 p.).
Uricchio, W.C. (1997). Film's Fate: a storage medium in a culture of simultaneity. Impact 1997 Catalogue, 1997, (pp. 6-8) (3 p.).
Uricchio, W.C. (1997). La notte de San Lorenzo. Gronik Historisch Tijdschrift, (pp. 246-248) (3 p.).
Uricchio, W.C. (1997). Media, Culture, Education. PostAV, 1997, (pp. 14-15) (2 p.).
Uricchio, W.C. & Pearson, R. (1997). New York? New York! William Uricchio and Roberta E. Pearson comment on the Singer-Allen Exchange. Cinema Journal, 1997, (pp. 98-102) (5 p.).
  1996 - Wetenschappelijke publicaties
Uricchio, W.C. (1996). Att forestalla sig publiken –perceptionen av den tidiga tyska televisionens publik, 1935-1944. Aura Filmvetenskaplig tidskrift, 2:4, (pp. 64-74).
Uricchio, W.C. (1996). Cinema's identity and cultural role. Cine & Media , 17:6, (pp. 3-7).
Uricchio, W.C. & Pearson, R.E. (1996). Dante's Inferno and Caesar's Ghost - Intertextuality and Conditions of Reception in Early American Cinema. In Richard Abel (Eds.), Silent Film (pp. 217-233). New Brunswick: Rutgers University Press.
Uricchio, W.C. (1996). Displacing Culture - trans-national culture, regional elites, and the challenge to national cinema. In A. van Hemel, H. Mommas & C. Smithuijsen (Eds.), Trading Culture: GATT, European cultural policies and the transatlantic market (pp. 67-82). Amsterdam: Boekmanstichting.
Uricchio, W.C. (1996). L'Italia americana, l'America di Valentino. In Paola Christalli (Eds.), Lo schermo della passione (pp. 93-98). Ancona: Transeuropa.
Uricchio, W.C. (1996). Naar een Nederlandse mediageschiedenis. Groniek, 135, (pp. 160-169).
Uricchio, W.C. (1996). New Media: Learning from the past. TIC. Trends in communication, 1:1.
Uricchio, W.C. (1996). Reflections on Color - The Possibilities for Dramatic Articulation in The Lonedale Operator. In M. Dall'Asta, G. Pescatore & L. Cuaresma (Eds.), Il Colore nel Cinema Muto (pp. 191-198). Bologna: Mano Edizione.
Uricchio, W.C. (1996). Television studies' shifting disciplinary status: Anglo-American developments. Nummer: Kunst, Literatur, Theorie, 4/5:3, (pp. 114-119).
Uricchio, W.C. (1996). The First World War and the Crisis in Europe. In Geoffrey Nowell-Smith (Eds.), A History of the Cinema, 1885-1995 (pp. 62-70). Oxford: Oxford UP.
  1996 - Vakpublicaties
Uricchio, W.C. (1996). Kunst of geen kunst?. Filmkrant, 163, (pp. 25).
  1995 - Wetenschappelijke publicaties
Uricchio, W.C. (1995). Archives and Absences. Film, History, An International Journal, 7:3, (pp. 256-263).
Uricchio, W.C. (1995). Cinema and the Dark Side of Utopia. In K. Ruigrok (Eds.), De Utopieen van de Twintigste Eeuw (pp. 19-26). Utrecht: Studium Generale Universiteit Utrecht.
Uricchio, W.C. (1995). La nuova visione nei film non-fiction delle origini. Cinegrafie, 8, (pp. 22-28).
Uricchio, W.C. (1995). Le film de non-fiction francais et le marche neerlandais: etude de cas preliminaire des films importes en 1912 par Jean Desmet. 1895, 18, (pp. 223-234).
Uricchio, W.C. (1995). Motives, Models and Recommendations for Film Historical Research. In H.B.M. Wijfjes & J.C.H. Blom (Eds.), Mediageschiedenis: kansen en perspectieven (pp. 115-128). Amsterdam: KNAW.
Uricchio, W.C. (1995). Shakespeare and the Italian Spectacular Tradition. In Roland Cosandey (Eds.), Cinema sans frontieres, 1896-1918 / Images Across Borders (pp. 95-105). Lausanne: Editions Paytot.
Uricchio, W.C. (1995). The City Viewed: The Films of Leyda, Browning, and Weinberg. In Jan-Christopher Horak (Eds.), Lovers of Cinema: the first American avant-garde, 1919-1945 (pp. 287-314). Madison: University of Wisconsin Press.
Uricchio, W.C. (1995). The Past as Prologue? The Kulturfilm Before 1945. In Heinz-B Heller & Peter Zimmermann (Eds.), Blicke in die Welt: Reportagen und Magazine des nordwestdeutschen Fernsehens in den 50er und 60er Jahren (pp. 263-287). Konstanz: Verlag Oelschläger.
  1994 - Wetenschappelijke publicaties
URICCHIO, W (1994). AGENCY OR AMBIVALENCE, FILM PRACTICE FROM RIGHT TO CENTER. Lili - Zeitschrift fur Literaturwissenschaft und Linguistik, 24 (95), (pp. 107-122) (16 p.).
Uricchio, W.C. (1994). Cinema als Omweg: Een nieuwe kijk op de geschiedenis van het bewegende beeld. Skrien, 199, (pp. 54-57).
Uricchio, W.C. & Pearson, R.E. (1994). Constructing the Mass Audience: Competing Discourses of Morality and Rationalization in the Nickelodeon Period. Iris, 17, (pp. 43-54).
Uricchio, W.C. (1994). Il colore e l'articolazione drammatica in 'The Lonedale Operator'. Fotogenia: storie e teorie del cinema, 1, (pp. 61-70).
Uricchio, W.C. (1994). Shrieking From Below the Grating - Sir Herbert Beerbohm Tree's Macbeth and His Critics. In A.J. Hoenselaars (Eds.), Reclamations of Shakespeare (pp. 249-271). Amsterdam & Atlanta GA: Rodopi.
  1993 - Wetenschappelijke publicaties
URICCHIO, W (1993). AN IMAGE REMEMBERED - UFA BETWEEN MEMORY AND HISTORY. Historical Journal of Film, Radio and Television, 13 (2), (pp. 229-235) (7 p.).
Uricchio, W.C. & Pearson, R.E. (1993). Reframing Culture - The Case of the Vitagraph Quality Films. (268 p.). NJ: Princeton University Press.
Uricchio, W.C. (1993). The Bard in Brooklyn: Vitagraph's Shakespearean Productions. In Olwen Terris & Luke McKernan (Eds.), Walking Shadows: Shakespeare and the National Film Archive (pp. 201-206). London: British Film Institute.
  1992 - Wetenschappelijke publicaties
URICCHIO, W (1992). BRECHT,BERTOLT AND THE THEORY OF MEDIA - MUELLER,R. Historical Journal of Film, Radio and Television, 12 (1), (pp. 111-112) (2 p.).
Uricchio, W.C. (1992). Television as History: Representations of German Television Broadcasting, 1935-1944. In Bruce Murray & Christopher Wickham (Eds.), The Historiography of German Cinema and Television (pp. 167-196). Carbondale: Southern Illinois University Press.
Uricchio, W.C. (1992). 'Who is Francesca da Rimini?' Issues of Historical Reception. Cinemas: Journal of Film Studies, 2:2-3, (pp. 33-56).
Uricchio, W.C. & Pearson, R.E. (1992). 'You Can Make The Life of Moses Your Lifesaver:' Vitagraph's Biblical Blockbuster. In R. Cosandey, A. Godreault & T. Gunning (Eds.), Un Invention du Diable? Cinema des Premiers Temps et Religion (An Invention of the Devil? Religion and Early Cinema) (pp. 197-211). Sainte-Foy & Lausanne: Les Presses de l'Université Laval & Éditions Payot.
  1991 - Wetenschappelijke publicaties
Uricchio, W.C. (1991). BIOS Endbericht # 867: Fernsehentwicklung und Anwendung in Deutschland. In William Uricchio (Eds.), Die Anfange des deutschen Fernsehens - Kritische Annaherungen an die Entwicklung bis 1945 (pp. 320-328). Tubingen: Max Niemeijer Verlag.
Uricchio, W.C. (1991). Die Anfänge des deutschen Fernsehens - Kritische Annäherungen an die Entwicklung bis 1945. (336 p.). Tubingen: Max Niemeijer Verlag.
Uricchio, W.C. (1991). Early German Television and the New Europe: The Case of Fernsehsender Paris. Working Papers in Cultural Studies, 26 (35 p.).
Uricchio, W.C. (1991). Einleitung. In William Uricchio (Eds.), Die Anfange des deutschen Fernsehens - Kritische Annaherungen an die Entwicklung bis 1945 (pp. 1-12). Tubingen: Max Niemeijer Verlag.
Uricchio, W.C. (1991). Fernsehen als Geschichte - Die Darstellung des deutschen Fernsehens zwischen 1935 und 1944. In William Uricchio (Eds.), Die Anfange des deutschen Fernsehens - Kritische Annaherungen an die Entwicklung bis 1945 (pp. 209-235). Tubingen: Max Niemeijer Verlag.
Uricchio, W.C. & Pearson, R.E. (1991). How to be a Stage Napoleon:' Vitagraph's Vision of History. Persistence of Vision, 9, (pp. 75-89).
Uricchio, W.C. & Pearson, R.E. (1991). Interview with Denny O'Neil. In William Uricchio & R.E. Pearson (Eds.), The Many Lives of the Batman - Critical Approaches to a Superhero and His Media New York & London: Routledge, Chapman & Hall, The British Film Institute.
Uricchio, W.C. & Pearson, R.E. (1991). Introduction. In William Uricchio & R.E. Pearson (Eds.), The Many Lives of the Batman - Critical Approaches to a Superhero and His Media New York & London: Routledge, Chapman & Hall, The British Film Institute.
Uricchio, W.C. & Pearson, R.E. (1991). The Many Lives of the Batman. In William Uricchio & R.E. Pearson (Eds.), The Many Lives of the Batman - Critical Approaches to a Superhero and His Media New York & London: Routledge, Chapman & Hall, The British Film Institute.
Uricchio, W.C. & Pearson, R.E. (1991). The Many Lives of the Batman - Critical Approaches to a Superhero an His Media. (213 p.). New York, Chapman & Hall; London, The British Film Institute.
Uricchio, W.C. & Pearson, R.E. (1991). 'What is a Miracle?' The Competing Discourses of the Natural and Supernatural in The Life of Moses. Recherches sémitoiques / Semiotic Inquiry, 11:2-3, (pp. 9-23).
  1990 - Wetenschappelijke publicaties
Uricchio, W.C. & Pearson, R.E. (1990). Dante's Inferno and Caesar's Ghost: Intertextuality and Conditions of Reception in the Early American Cinema. Journal of Mass Communication Inquiry, 14:2, (pp. 71-85).
Uricchio, W.C. (1990). High-definition Television, Big Screen Television and Television-guided Missiles: British Intelligence Objectives Sub-Committee Report # 867. Historical Journal of Film, Radio and Television, 10:3, (pp. 339-343).
PEARSON, RE & URICCHIO, W (1990). HOW-MANY-TIMES-SHALL-CAESAR-BLEED-IN-SPORT, SHAKESPEARE AND THE CULTURAL DEBATE ABOUT MOVING-PICTURES. Screen, 31 (3), (pp. 243-261) (19 p.).
URICCHIO, W (1990). INTRODUCTION TO THE HISTORY OF GERMAN TELEVISION, 1935-1944. Historical Journal of Film, Radio and Television, 10 (2), (pp. 115-122) (8 p.).
Uricchio, W.C. (1990). Ruttmann nach 1933. In JeanPaul Goergen (Eds.), Walther Ruttmann: Eine Dokumentation (pp. 59-65). Berlin: Freunde der Deutschen Kinemathek.
Uricchio, W.C. (1990). The Kulturfilm: A Brief History of an Early Discursive Practice. In Paolo Cherchi Usai & Lorenzo Codelli (Eds.), German Film Before Caligari (pp. 356-379). Pordenone: Edizioni Biblioteca dell'Immagine.
  1989 - Wetenschappelijke publicaties
URICCHIO, W (1989). CONSTRUCTIVISM IN FILM - THE MAN WITH A MOVIE CAMERA, A CINEMATIC ANALYSIS - PETRIC,V. Historical Journal of Film, Radio and Television, 9 (2), (pp. 217-218) (2 p.).
URICCHIO, W & PEARSON, RE (1989). FILMS-OF-QUALITY, HIGH-ART-FILMS, AND FILMS-DE-LUXE - INTERTEXTUALITY AND READING POSITIONS IN THE VITAGRAPH FILMS. Journal of Film and Video, 41 (4), (pp. 15-31) (17 p.).
URICCHIO, W (1989). RITUALS OF RECEPTION, PATTERNS OF NEGLECT, NAZI TELEVISION AND ITS POSTWAR REPRESENTATION. Wide angle-A quarterly journal of film history theory criticism & practice, 11 (1), (pp. 48-66) (19 p.).
Uricchio, W.C. (1989). The City Re-Viewed: Berlin's Film Image on the Occasion of its 750th Anniversary. Film and History, 18:1, (pp. 16-25).
  1988 - Wetenschappelijke publicaties
Uricchio, W.C. (1988). Il patrimonio rappresentativo dei documentari. Bianco e nero, 49:4, (pp. 56-78).
  1987 - Wetenschappelijke publicaties
Uricchio, W.C. (1987). Doktorarbeiten and Film in Germany: An Overview and Catalogue. Film Theory, 14-17, (pp. 131-161).
URICCHIO, W (1987). GERMAN UNIVERSITY DISSERTATIONS WITH MOTION-PICTURE RELATED TOPICS, 1910-1945. Historical Journal of Film, Radio and Television, 7 (2), (pp. 175-190) (16 p.).
  1986 - Wetenschappelijke publicaties
URICCHIO, W & WINSTON, B (1986). THE ANNIVERSARY STAKES + 50 YEARS OF TELEVISION IN BRITAIN. Sight and Sound, 55 (4), (pp. 231-232) (2 p.).
  1985 - Wetenschappelijke publicaties
Uricchio, W.C. (1985). Berlin Aussen und Innen. Kino, 17, (pp. 17-24).
Uricchio, W.C. (1985). Kameradschaft. Magill's Survey of Foreign Cinema Los Angeles: Salem Press.
Uricchio, W.C. (1985). Westfront 1918. Magill's Survey of Foreign Cinema Los Angeles: Salem Press.
  1981 - Wetenschappelijke publicaties
Uricchio, W.C. (1981). The Motion Picture as a Resource for Industrial Archaeology. Industrial Archaeology, 3, (pp. 233-238).
  0 - Overige resultaten
W.C. Uricchio () A History of Technology Adaptation
W.C. Uricchio () A Short History of Immersion
W.C. Uricchio () A View From the Inside
W.C. Uricchio () Algorism to Algorithm: refiguring Heidegger’s Welt-bild
W.C. Uricchio () Algorithmic Culture
W.C. Uricchio () Algorithms, the New Vision, and the Challenge for Visual Studies
W.C. Uricchio () American Culture in Europe: Moving Beyond the Text
W.C. Uricchio () Archives and Algorithms: Three Lectures - Norman Jewison Lectures
W.C. Uricchio () Artful Engineering
W.C. Uricchio () Batman’s Gotham CityTM: Style, Ideology and Story Machine
W.C. Uricchio () Between History and Memory: the digital turn in archives and access
W.C. Uricchio () Beyond 'High' and 'Low': Shakespeare and Taste Formations at the Turn of the Century
W.C. Uricchio () Branding European Media
W.C. Uricchio () British Film Institute New Media Series
W.C. Uricchio () Can Changing How We See Change Who We Are?
W.C. Uricchio () Changes and challenges (I). Film Archives in the Digital Era: New Concepts and New Policies
W.C. Uricchio () Changing Media – Changing Europe
W.C. Uricchio () Characters: Unique, Iterative, and Procedural
W.C. Uricchio () CineGraph Dokumenta
W.C. Uricchio () Circumventing Tradition: P2P Challenges to Traditional Cultural Industries
W.C. Uricchio () Collective Memory, Social Media and the Particularities of Place
W.C. Uricchio () Comparativity as a Strategy for the Study of Media in Transition
W.C. Uricchio () Complex Identities: Questioning Regional and Trans-National Media Practices
W.C. Uricchio () Conceptualizing Identity: Strategies for a Global Era
W.C. Uricchio () Conference on Intellectual Property and Cultural Production
W.C. Uricchio () Convergence and Diffusion: The struggle to define media practice at the dawn of the 21st century
W.C. Uricchio () Cultural Industries
W.C. Uricchio () Culture Unbound
W.C. Uricchio () Culture Unbound
W.C. Uricchio () Cyber-citizenship: Political Identity, On-Line Games and Virtual Worlds
W.C. Uricchio () Der Dokumentarfilm der USA im Zeichen von Weltwirtschaftskrise und New Deal
W.C. Uricchio () Dictionary of cultural studies
W.C. Uricchio () Digital Archives, Digital Affordances
W.C. Uricchio () Disruptive Moments: A Time Machine
W.C. Uricchio () Distinctions Between Film and Television: An epistemological inquiry
W.C. Uricchio () Distinctions Between Film and Television: An epistemological inquiry
W.C. Uricchio () Distribution, Circulation, Mobility
W.C. Uricchio () Early and Silent Film
W.C. Uricchio () eCommons 3: Economies of the Commons
W.C. Uricchio () edited with T. Crone and E. Tan
W.C. Uricchio () Electrifying the Camera Obscura: what film and photography have obscured from representation
W.C. Uricchio () Elements of Style: media, 'americanization' and the emergence of a new vernacular
W.C. Uricchio () European Identities and Diasporas
W.C. Uricchio () European Identity as a Research Object: Positions and Perspectives
W.C. Uricchio () E-view : een electronisch magazine over theater, film, televisie & digitale media
W.C. Uricchio () Film Studies and the Challenges of Digital Turn
W.C. Uricchio () Filmmuseum series
W.C. Uricchio () Fissures and Fault-lines: the tectonics of European identity
W.C. Uricchio () Five Hundred Years of Digital Media: lessons from the past
W.C. Uricchio () From Early Television to the Internet: Learning from emerging media
W.C. Uricchio () From Facial Recognition to Reading the Soul: A History
W.C. Uricchio () Games and Culture
W.C. Uricchio () Games and Culture
W.C. Uricchio () Hakuhodo, “High Connectivity: branding, community, and digital culture
W.C. Uricchio () Historical Journal of Film, Radio and Television
W.C. Uricchio () Historical Reception Studies: New Approaches -- New Paradigms
W.C. Uricchio () Intermediality and Media History
W.C. Uricchio () International Journal of Cultural Studies
W.C. Uricchio () Jaarboek Mediageschiedenis
W.C. Uricchio () Journal of E-Media Studies
W.C. Uricchio () Leonardo Electronic Almanac
W.C. Uricchio () Lessons From the GAMBIT Game Labs
W.C. Uricchio () Lessons From the New Documentary
W.C. Uricchio () Masterclass: The Contours of Film Theory and History
W.C. Uricchio () Media and Democracy in the Network Society
W.C. Uricchio () Media Convergence: implications for media futures
W.C. Uricchio () Media Studies and the Challenge to Disciplinarity
W.C. Uricchio () Mediawissenschaft:Rezensionen
W.C. Uricchio () Mobility. Location. Collaboration. Towards the New Documentary
W.C. Uricchio () Modernity and Early Cinema
W.C. Uricchio () Multidisciplinarity, Transdisciplinarity and Comparativity in Media Studies
W.C. Uricchio () Nation, Narrative and the Representation of 9/11
W.C. Uricchio () Nation, Taste and Identity: Hollywood Remakes of European Originals
W.C. Uricchio () NECSUS European Journal of Media Studies
W.C. Uricchio () Networked Media: Challenges and Possibilites
W.C. Uricchio () New Media and Policy: The Role of Intermediality in Moving Picture Regulation
W.C. Uricchio () New Media Literacies: Technology and Cultural Form
W.C. Uricchio () New Media Studies: Beyond Technology
W.C. Uricchio () New Media, New Trades: The War for Talent
W.C. Uricchio () Northern Lights
W.C. Uricchio () Northern Lights
W.C. Uricchio () O meio ainda e a mensagem? O futuro da escrita
W.C. Uricchio () Old and New Frames
W.C. Uricchio () Old Dogs – New Tricks: Lessons from the interactive documentary
W.C. Uricchio () Past as Prologue: television’s ongoing reinvention
W.C. Uricchio () Phantasia and Techné at the Fin-de-Siècle. Histoire et géographie d'un concept. L'intermédialité entre les savoirs
W.C. Uricchio () Playful Thinking Series
W.C. Uricchio () Playful Thinking, book series
W.C. Uricchio () Presenting Docubase
W.C. Uricchio () Programs, Platforms and Cultures
W.C. Uricchio () Re-defining Television Studies
W.C. Uricchio () Replacement vs. Displacement: Obsolescence and the Redefinition of Media Practices
W.C. Uricchio () Representing the Renaissance: Dante, early cinema, and the shape of things past
W.C. Uricchio () Rethinking the Ephemeral in Digital Culture: A Radical Proposal
W.C. Uricchio () Rethinking the World Image in the Algorithmic Age
W.C. Uricchio () Revue Intermédialités
W.C. Uricchio () Revue Intermédialités / Intermediality
W.C. Uricchio () Re-Writing the Past: Hypertext and Post-Structuralist Historiography
W.C. Uricchio () Scope: An Online Journal of Film and Television Studies
W.C. Uricchio () Shifting Identities: a century of representing the city, from living postcards to computer simulations” (keynote and organizer)
W.C. Uricchio () Social Theory, Communication and Media Studies
W.C. Uricchio () Social Theory, Communication and Media Studies
W.C. Uricchio () Television – the Quiet Revolution: Reflections on a Media Ensemble
W.C. Uricchio () Television as agent provocateur in Media History
W.C. Uricchio () Television as agent provocateur in Media History
W.C. Uricchio () Television as Time Machine: heterochronia, a medium in motion, and the production of history
W.C. Uricchio () Television: A Study in Intermediality
W.C. Uricchio () Television’s Audiences in the Age of Interactivity
W.C. Uricchio () Television’s Provocation to Media History
W.C. Uricchio () Television's Forgotten Decade: the 1930s
W.C. Uricchio () Television's Next generation: Technology / Interface Culture / Flow
W.C. Uricchio () Televisual Transformations
W.C. Uricchio () The broadcast years: contextualizing a defining chapter of television’s history and theory
W.C. Uricchio () The Challenge of Temporal Continuity: Television as an Geneological Alternative
W.C. Uricchio () The Cultural Life of Algorithms
W.C. Uricchio () The Digital Arts in an Historical Perspective
W.C. Uricchio () The Digital Turn and Television’s Identity Complex
W.C. Uricchio () The Digitalization of Audio-Visual Culture
W.C. Uricchio () The Ephemeral and the Future
W.C. Uricchio () The Future of Television Studies
W.C. Uricchio () The International Journal of Cultural Studies
W.C. Uricchio () The Material, the Immaterial, and the Archive: Coming to Terms with the Shifting Densities of the Past
W.C. Uricchio () The Rebirth of the Televisual
W.C. Uricchio () Things to Come in the Documentary
W.C. Uricchio () Thoughts on an Unstable Medium
W.C. Uricchio () TIC. Trends in communication
W.C. Uricchio () Tijdschrift voor mediageschiedenis
W.C. Uricchio () Towards a National Vernacular: Non-Fiction Representation in 1930’s America
W.C. Uricchio () Transmedia Storytelling: old questions and new technologies in a televisual context
W.C. Uricchio () Turning Media Genealogies on Their Heads
W.C. Uricchio () Unravelling a Cultural Text: The 1898 Sears-Roebuck Catalogue
W.C. Uricchio () When Worlds Collide: the digital archive and Web 2.0
W.C. Uricchio () Where Do We Go From Here?
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  • Professor of Comparative Media Studies at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in Cambridge, MA, USA.
  • [member] Raad van Toezicht, EYE Filmmuseum (Amsterdam)
  • [founder & principal investigator] MIT Open Documentary Lab
  • [lead principal investigator] Singapore-MIT GAMBIT Game Lab.
  • [series editor] Playful Thinking book series, MIT Press
  • [associate editor] The International Journal of Cultural Studies.
  • [editorial board] Culture Unbound: Journal of Current Cultural Research.
  • [editorial board] Journal of E-Media Studies.
  • [editorial board] Games and Culture.
  • [editorial board] Scope: An Online Journal of Film Studies.
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