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Kate Lacey

Kate Lacey is Professor of Media History and Theory in the School of Media, Film and Music at the University of Sussex, UK. She has published widely on broadcasting history, the question of how emergent media forms are bound up in the formation of publics, and on listening as political action. She is the author of Feminine Frequencies: Gender, German Radio and the Public Sphere 1923 to 1945 (University of Michigan Press, 1996) and Listening Publics: The Politics and Experience of Listening in the Media Age (Polity, 2013). She was a founding member of the Radio Studies Network and The Radio Journal, and co-organized the first Transnational Radio Conference at Sussex in 2001.

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