The Institute on Critical Climate Change
CHRONOPOLITICS AND VISUAL CULTURE: Temporal Politics of the Image and Architectural Spaces
March 23-24, 2007
University at Albany
Professor David Lung is an architect by profession, and he is currently Professor of Architecture at the University of Hong Kong.
Eduardo Cadava joined the faculty at Princeton in 1989. He specializes in American literature and culture, literary and political theory, comparative literature, media technologies, and theory of translation.
A professor of English, comparative literature, and media study, Joan Copjec is also director of the Center for the Study of Psychoanalysis and Culture at the University of Buffalo.
Professor of English at the University at Albany, Tom Cohen is co-founder of IC3. Tom's professional areas of study include literary and media studies; philosophical and cultural theory; cinema; American literary and cultural studies; travel; aesthetics.
Chris Smith is a Professor in the University at Albany's Department of Geography and Planning.
Eszter Szalczer is an Associate Professor of theatre at the University at Albany.
Henry Sussman is a Professor at the University at Buffalo and was educated at Brandeis University (B.A.) and the Johns Hopkins University (Ph.D.), where he studied English and comparative literature.
Originally from West Point, NY, Jason is currently finishing his graduate work in theatre here at UAlbany.
Leona Christie is Assistant Professor of Art in Printmaking, Painting, and Drawing at the University at Albany.
Lowell Pettit is founder and director of Lowell Pettit Art Advisory. He is a NYC-based art consultant, independent curator, and artist.
Mark is an Assistant Professor in the Theatre Department, teaching acting and directing.
Matthew Pangborn is a Ph.D. candidate at the University at Albany.
Morton Schoolman's teaching and research fields are modern political and social theory. He is a Professor of Political Science at the University at Albany.
Pierre Joris, Professor of English at the University at Albany, is a poet and translator.
Ray Sapirstein is currently Assistant Professor of History and Documentary Studies at the State University of New York University at Albany, where he teaches courses in cultural history, visual culture, and historical documentary video production.
Tara Needham is currently a graduate student in the Ph. D program in English at the University at Albany.
Tamas Szalczer is a New York-based artist and architect, trained as a sculptor at the Hungarian Academy of Fine Arts, Budapest, and as an architect at The Cooper Union, NYC.