Edward Miller

Center for the Arts (1P) room 226A
Telephone: (718) 982-2474
Edward.Miller (at) csi.cuny.edu

Edward D. Miller received his PhD in Performance Studies from the Tisch School of the Arts at New York University. He is the author of Emergency Broadcasting and 1930s American Radio (Temple University Press, 2003) and the forthcoming Tomboys, Pretty Boys, and Outspoken Women: 1973 Media Revolution (Michigan University Press). He has written essays, reviews, and creative works for many publications including Bad Subjects, M/C - Media and Culture, Women and Performance, TDR, Popular Musicology Online, Social Policy, Bright Lights Film Journal, BorderTalks, Papotage, and Counterexample Poetics; he has contributed to the collections Beyond the Lavender Lexicon (edited by William Leap) and free103point9's Audio Dispatch. He has also maintained two blogs and has been interviewed numerous times on public radio on the aesthetics of the broadcasted and recorded voice. His research and teaching interests include the history and theory of American nonfiction media, sound and cinema, and mediated performances of self.