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Brian Knoth

Whipple Hall (WH) 212
(401) 456-9652
(401) 456-8270

Academic Background

B.A. (summa cum laude), State University of New York at Geneseo
M.A., Emerson College
Ph.D., Brown University

Courses Taught

COMM 243 - Writing for Digital Media
COMM 243 - Preproduction for Digital Media
COMM 244 - Digital Media Lab
COMM 341 - Music Video Production
COMM 343 - Audio Production for Multimedia
COMM 345 - Nonfiction Video Production
COMM 345 - Advanced Digital Media Production
COMM 350 - Special Topics - Audio Production
COMM 450 - Special Topics - Documenting Digital Histories
COMM 492 - Senior Portfolio
COMM 492 - Digital Media Practicum
ARTM 524 - Digital Portfolio II

Areas of Expertise

Digital Audio Production
Digital Video and Motion Graphics Production
Interactive Digital Multimedia Production

Research Interests

Music and Sound in Media (Film, TV, Radio/Podcasting, Gaming, Web, Mobile, etc.)
Interactive Digital Media Technologies
Multimodal Communication and Digital Media Experiences
Multimodal/Multisensory Perceptual Integration in Digital Media Experiences
Nonfiction Storytelling and Documentary Production
Historical Narrative Development

Recent Publications

Knoth and Beattie (2016). “Movement Signals and Narrative Noise: The Artistic and Technical Development of Antennae (v2).” Proceedings of the Ammerman Center for Arts and Technology at Connecticut College’s 15th Biennial Symposium for Arts and Technology.


Preservation Society of Newport County Research Fellowship ($24,000 and accommodations/expenses) – 2015-16 ​​​​

Page last updated: February 01, 2017