Associate Professor of Film and Media Studies
2006 Ph.D., 2000 M.A.
University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
Department of Communication Studies (Media and Cultural Studies)
2407 Social Sciences & Media Studies
media theory, history and philosophy of technology, critical theory, sound studies, science as culture
Greg Siegel is the author of Forensic Media: Reconstructing Accidents in Accelerated Modernity (Sign, Storage, Transmission series) (Duke University Press, 2014). His essays have appeared in Cabinet, Communication and Critical/Cultural Studies, Discourse, Grey Room, Rethinking Disney: Private Control, Public Dimensions (Wesleyan University Press), and Television: The Critical View, 7th ed. (Oxford University Press). He is currently Co-Director of the Center for the Interdisciplinary Study of Music (CISM) at UCSB.
Author: Greg Siegel
“A Decent Interval.” Cabinet 54 (Summer 2014): 57–63.
“Radiating Emergency: The Perils and Promise of the Broadcast Signal in the Atomic Age” vol. 8, no. 3 (September 2011): 286–306