Timothy Murray's new media curatorial projects have led him in different directions. The exhibition "Contact Zones: The Art of CD-Rom" (http://contactzones.cit.cornell.edu) toured from 1999-2001 in the US, Mexico, Canada, and France. He co-curated the "(off-line) 'net.art' contest" for INFOS 2002 in Ljubljana, Slovenia. He co-curates with Arthur and Marilouise Kroker the on-line exhibition space, CTHEORY Multimedia, at : issues included "Wired Ruins: Digital Terror and Ethnic Paranoia" and "Tech Flesh: The Promise and Perils of the Human Genome Project." He also is founder and curator of The Rose Goldsen Archive of New Media Art at the Cornell University Library. A Professor of Comparative Literature and English, he has written catalogue essays for the ZKM in Karlsruhe, The Power Plant in Toronto, Centro de la Imagen in Mexico City, the Museum of Macau in Macau; and he is completing Digital Intensities: Cultural Memory, Baroque Theory, and Electronic Art (University of Minnesota Press), and editing Digitality and the Memory of Cinema (Temple University Press). His other books include Drama Trauma: Specters of Race and Sexuality in Performance, Video, and Art (Routledge 1997) and Like a Film: Ideological Fantasy on Screen, Camera, and Canvas (Routledge 1993). At Cornell University, he teaches courses in the history of video art, electronic art, digital bodies, French film, and Introduction to Visual Studies, and most recently co-taught a course with Norie Neumark, of the University of Technology, Sydney, on "Electronic Innovations: Technology and Art."