Who’s Who in Digital Studies at Dartmouth


A “Humanist” Approach to Game Design – Dartmouth Now article on Professor Flanagan’s spring term course, “Game Design Studio: Values at Play.”

Dartmouth student E (Edward B.) McNeill ’11 achieved 2nd place in the Microsoft international game design competition Imagine Cup with his game, ALTERNEX in 2009. This is a game that he made in a mere 3 weeks — and was the only one person game design team to make it to the finals. (He is “Epsylon games“). More news here.

  • Faculty
  • Aden Evens


    Interests: digital studies, European philosophy, old and new media, sound and music, gaming, code, composition, creativity.

    Faculty Spotlight videos on Aden Evens (Several videos)

    Mark Williams

    Film and Media Studies; Founding editor, The Journal of e-Media Studies.

    Interests: media and history, digital culture, media ecology, technology and culture, electronic journalism and the public sphere.

    Lorie Loeb

    Computer Science/Co-Director, Digital Arts Minor

    Interests: information visualization, animation, GreenLite Dartmouth (real-time energy use feedback with interactive animation to encourage resource conservation), 3D modeling, cartoon capture and motion capture.

    Greenlite Dartmouth: Unplug or the Polar Bear Gets It

    Jim Moor


    Interests: computer/information ethics, philosophy of artificial intelligence, robotic ethics, social and political impact of computing.

    Allen Hockley

    Art History

    Interests: Digital Thangkas

    Fabio Pellacini

    Computer Science/Co-Director, Digital Arts Minor

    Interests: synthetic imaging through surface materials and scene lighting, interactive rendering algorithms, intuiution in image representation

    Kate Conley

    Associate Dean for the Arts and Humanities

    Interests: French Surrealism

    Michael Casey


    Interests: music information retrieval, statistical audio analysis/synthesis, and audio-visual signal processing

    David Plans Casal


    Interests: algorithms and human improvisors

    Hany Farid

    Computer Science

    Interests: digital forensics, image analysis, computer vision, and human perception.

    Dartmouth Professor finds that iconic Oswald photo was not faked

    Dartmouth’s Farid on Nova

    PhotoTechEDU Day 14: Exposing Digital Forgeries

    Lynn Higgins

    French and Italian

    Tanzeem Choudhury

    machine learning techniques for systems that can reason about human activities, interactions, and social networks in everyday environments.

    Computer Science

    Brenda Garand

    Studio Art

    Gerd Gemunden

    German Studies

    Carol Folt

    Dean of the Faculty

    Mary Flanagan

    Film and Media Studies, Digital Humanities

    Director, Tiltfactor Research Laboratory

    Interests: Flanagan is a digital artist and is interested in code and logic systems involved in programming, visualization, finding alternatives to OOP; Data bodies, psychogeography of digital space; Computer game design, artists games, the design process; gender and technology.

    Digital Humanities Chair begins project with Rauner ….

    TEDx Dartmouth – Mary Flanagan

    Chris Peck – MA in Digital Musics

    Patrick Barter – MA in Digital Musics

    Brendan Scully – Special Major

    E McNeill – Special Major

    Anna Lotko – Film and English

    Linden Vongsathorn – English and Computer Science

    Cole Ott – Computer Science

  • Staff
  • Anthony Helm

    Arts and Humanities Resource Center, Director.

    Interests: Old and new media, interface design and usability, popular culture, gaming, Japan, copyright, and the intersection of technology and pedagogy.

    Sarah Horton

    Director of web

    Interests: Universal web design