I am a Moving Image Archival Administrator with a background in Film History and Library & Information Studies. My own research is on the history of motion picture film technology. I am interested in cultural heritage science approaches to preservation, and in applying quantitative methods to humanities topics. I am also interested in learning more about our archive's users.
Kuo, Jason J., Lee, Robert H., Johnson, Michael D., Heckman, CJ, Heather Heckman (2003). Active Dendritic Integration of Inhibitory Synaptic Inputs in Vivo. Journal of Neurophysiology 3617-3624
Suresh, Nina L., Ellis, Michael D., Moore, Jennifer, Rhymer, William Zev, Heather Heckman (2005). Excitatory Synaptic Potentials in Spastic Human Motoneurons Have a Short Rise Time. Muscle and Nerve 99-103
Heather Heckman (2008). Gray or Black? Howard Koch and the Elusive Architecture of the Hollywood "Lists". Mediascape
Heather Heckman (2010). Burn After Viewing, or, Fire in the Vaults: Nitrate Decomposition and Combustibility. The American Archivist
Heather Heckman (2012). The Cameraman and the Glamour-Puss: Cinematography and Technicolor Design in John Ford's DRUMS ALONG THE MOHAWK. Color and the Moving Image, Routledge