Benjamin G. Unguren
His current academic interests (broadly speaking) include new media, ethnographic methods, and documentary film (where he is sometimes accused of favoring an observational style, which he does not deny). He has worked professionally as a documentary film producer and editor, motion graphics designer, greenscreen compositor, and for one season he operated one of those yellow lines you see when you watch a football game on TV. Non-professionally, he dabbles in web programming, plays the trumpet and pennywhistle, reads old Russian writers and Danish philosophers, and is slowly learning a method for solving a Rubik's Cube.
He and his wife have four children, all walking-age or older.