Jeff Scheible’s research is focused on theorizing and historicizing contemporary media. It is interdisciplinary and comparative, drawing on digital culture, film, television, video, philosophy, and art. His book, Digital Shift: The Cultural Logic of Punctuation, was published by University of Minnesota Press in 2015. A chapter from this appears in a special issue of American Literature on new media (2013). Other recent publications include articles in Film Quarterly (2014), Canadian Journal of Film Studies (2014), and the Routledge Encyclopedia of Film Theory (2013). At UCSB, Scheible was in the inaugural cohort of the film and media studies PhD program, where he was a founding editor of Media Fields Journal. After UCSB, he held a Banting postdoctoral fellowship in film studies at Concordia University in Montreal. He currently teaches in the Film Studies Department of King's College London.