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Greg Siegel

Associate Professor

Greg Siegel

Biography

Greg Siegel researches and teaches in media history and theory, science and technology studies, critical and cultural theory, and sound studies. He is the author of Forensic Media: Reconstructing Accidents in Accelerated Modernity (Duke University Press). 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 and New Media. He is currently writing a book on the cultural history and theory of strange, unexplained sounds.

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Education

  • Ph.D. in Communication Studies Media and Cultural StudiesUniversity of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
  • M.A. in Communication Studies Media and Cultural StudiesUniversity of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
  • B.A. in Philosophy and in Communication Arts (double major) Radio/Television/FilmUniversity of Wisconsin, Madison