An engaging work on emotion-inducing and sensing technologies, the concerns surrounding them, and their uptake within the early- to mid-20th century scientific community. Replete with fascinating gems that reveal our preoccupation with emotionality and its relationship to communication technologies, Feeling Mediatedis a compelling foray not only into the history of media but also that of media studies. -Ted Striphas, Indiana University"
About the Author
Brenton J. Malin
is Associate Professor of Communication at the University of Pittsburgh. He is the author of American Masculinity under Clinton: Popular Media and the Nineties “Crisis of Masculinity.”