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Glen Muschio is a media producer/anthropologist with experience in traditional and new media production. Credits include work in corporate, community and educational media. Glen has been nominated for a Philadelphia Emmy Award and is the recipient of a Pennsylvania Scriptwriter`s Fellowship. He is the founding director of the Digital Media Program, launched the Certificate and Graduate Programs in Digital Media and served in various capacities as Program Director and Graduate Program Director for over a decade. Glen’s current interests include the technological development, production and social uses of new media in matters of cultural heritage. He has made presentations on the topic at scholarly conferences including The 42nd Annual Conference on Historical and Underwater Archaeology, The American Anthropological Association 108th Annual Meeting, and IEEE Workshop on Applications of Computer Vision in Archaeology (ACVA 2010).
S. Rocheleau, G. Muschio, J. Malazita, M. Petrovich and J. Mohan, “STAR Scholars and Digital Cultural Heritage.” Council on Undergraduate Research, Vol. 34, No.2, 2013, in press.
Conference & Workshop (Peer-Reviewed):
G. Muschio, “Philadelphia USA: The use of urban historical archaeology and digital technologies to interpret and better understand the birth of a nation,” inProceedings the 15th International Congress Cultural Heritage and New Technologies, Vienna, Austria, 2010, pp. 250- 258.