Media Archaeology: Approaches, Applications, and Implications

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ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

The preparation of this volume has taken longer than expected, so, first and foremost, we would like to thank all the authors for their patience. We are particularly pleased and proud that Vivian Sobchack agreed to write an inspired and inspiring afterword. We would also like to thank Tanja Sihvonen from the University of Turku for providing ideas in the early stages of this project. We are also grateful for Erkki’s professors Margaret Morse and Doug Kahn for their support and advice with this project. Mary Francis, our editor at the University of California Press, has worked hard to make this project a reality. In addition, thanks to Kate Warne and the whole production team for their hard work and Elisabeth Magnus for her very helpful copyediting of the manuscript.

Erkki’s list of the people who have contributed in one way another, not only to this book, but to the development of his ideas about media archaeology, would be far too long to be included here. The following, however, deserve special thanks for their encouragement and friendship (in no particular order): Paul DeMarinis, Bernie Lubell, Ken Feingold, Michael Naimark, Perry Hoberman, Toshio Iwai, Tomoe Moriyama, Perttu Rastas, Päivi Talasmaa, Margaret Morse, Vivian Sobchack, Doug Kahn, Victoria Vesna, Simon Penny, Soeren Pold, Oliver Grau, Jeffrey Shaw, Gloria Cheng, Tom Gunning, Rebecca Cummins, Hannu Salmi, Hannu Riikonen, Tapio Onnela, Päivi Kosonen, Heidi Pfäffli, and Markku and Ippu Kosonen. Special thanks to Machiko Kusahara.

Jussi thanks all the departments that supported this long project: University of Turku’s Department of Cultural History, Berlin Humboldt University’s Department of Media Studies, and Anglia Ruskin University’s Department of English, Communication, Film and Media. In terms of other people, thanks go to (in no

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