The Guantanamobile Project
Design by Eric Rodenbeck
Project Conceptualization and Authoring:
Lisa Lynch and Elena Razlogova
Project Design: Eric Rodenbeck
In addition, we would like to acknowledge the following for their contributions and assistance:
Tara Mac Pherson, for her mentoring and assistance throughout all stages of the project;
The Vectors Summer Fellows of 2004 for their inspiration and guidance;
Mike Crane, for general design and technical assistance, particularly with camera work and editing and the creation of the audio collage and "Guantanamobile" logo;
Elena Razlogova, Mike Crane, Jennifer McDonnell, Lynne Sachs, Kelly Vorrasi, Lucy Thane, Alexander Rott, Justin Van Proyen, Lisa Lynch and the Guantanamobile Project Volunteers for camera assistance;
Belinda Cooper for translation and assistance on the German leg of the project;
Zohar Kfir for streaming media assistance and design support;
Jennifer McDonnell for assistance on the Midwesten leg of the Guantanamobile's travels;
And Project volunteers for ground support during the Guantanamobile's journey.
The Center for History and New Media at George Mason University generously provided server space and additional technical resources for the project.
— Elena Razlogova, May 19th, 2008
Lisa Lynch firstname.lastname@example.org
AuthorLisa Lynch is Assistant Professor of English and Media Studies at the Catholic University of America and director of the Guantanamobile Project, a mobile media project intended to inform and collect public opinion about the detentions of terror suspects in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba.
Elena Razlogova email@example.com
Author/ProgrammerElena Razlogova is Assistant Professor of History at Concordia University in Montréal, Canada and co-director of the Guantanamobile Project.
DesignerA bio hasn't been entered for Eric Rodenbeck.