Curriculum Vita


Below is an abbreviated version of my CV (c. 2/2015). For a full and up to date copy, please email me at bryce.peake <|a|> gmail.com

 

Education

2015 • PhD, Communication & Society – School of Journalism & Communication, University of Oregon

  • Graduate Certificates: Women’s & Gender Studies, New Media & Culture
  • Exam Areas: Feminist Cultural Studies, Historical Anthropology (Passed with Distinction)
  • Dissertation: Listening and/as Technology in British Gibraltar, 1940-2013

2009 • MA, Cultural Production – Dept. of Anthropology, Brandeis University

2008 • BMus, Performance – School of Music, Eastern Illinois University

 

Select Publications

2015, “WP:THREATENING2MEN: Misogynist Infopolitics and the Hegemony of the Asshole Consensus on English Wikipedia,” Ada: A Journal of Gender, New Media, and Technology Issue 7.

2014, “Noise: a Historical Ethnography of Mass Media Technology, Masculinity, and the Soundscape of the State,”Cultural Studies 

2012, “Language, Listening, and Colonialism on Main Street Gibraltar,” in Communication and Critical/Cultural Studies, 9(2):171-190

2009, “Eating in the Real Gozo: Ubiquitous Sound, Authenticity, and Identity in a Gozitan Restaurant,” in OmerTaa: Journal of Applied Anthropology, 2009:235-242

 

Recent Grants & Fellowships

2014, Julie & Rocky Dixon Doctoral Fellowship in Graduate Innovation, Intel Labs & University of Oregon ($26,000)

2014, Honorable Mention for the Kenneth E. Payne Award in Queer Anthropology

2014, Top Graduate Student Paper Award, International Communication Association (Theory, Philosophy, Critique Division) ($500)

2014, UO Center for Diversity and Community Research Award for “Irving Mills, Duke Ellington, and the Jewish Media Conspiracy Against the Racial Boundaries of Heteronationalism (According to the FBI)” ($1,500)

2013, Social Science Research Council Writing Initiative Grant for “Mediated Futures” symposium at New York University (Co-wrote with Tom Ozden-Schilling, MIT) ($5,000)

2013, Warren C. Price Fellowship in Communication History ($2,500)

2013, Warren C. Price Award for Top Journalism History Paper ($300)

2012, Social Science Research Council Dissertation Proposal Development Fellowship ($7,000)

2012, American Federation of Teachers Shirley J. Gold Scholarship in American Education Labor Politics ($1,000)

2012, HASTAC Fellowship, Duke University