"Virtual Magic: Building a Digital Museum of the Screen Experience."
Joss Marsh is Associate Professor of English and Victorian Studies at Indiana University, Bloomington. She is the author of *Word Crimes: Blasphemy, Culture, and Literature in 19th-Century England* (1998), a book unusual amongst academic works in having been described as both "monumental" and "a page turner," and numerous essays on Dickens, Chaplin, the 19th-century novel and film, Victorian visual culture, celebrity, film stardom, and the magic lantern.
David Francis, is an IU Research Affiliate and the research partner of Joss Marsh. He is also Emeritus Chief, Division of Motion Pictures, Broadcasting, and Recorded Sound for the Library of Congress where he oversaw the planning, funding, and design of the world's largest and most sophisticated film preservation facility, at Culpeper, VA.