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Mack Hagood
mhagood@miamiOH.edu



ACADEMIC POSITIONS

Miami University, Ohio August 2013 – present 
Assistant Professor, Media, Journalism, and Film

Indiana University August 2008 – December 2011
Associate Instructor, Communication and Culture

EDUCATION

Ph.D., Communication and Culture 
Indiana University Bloomington, IN (2013)
Dissertation: Sonic Technologies of the Self: Mediating Sound, Space, and Sociality 
    Chair: Mary L. Gray

M.A., Folklore and Ethnomusicology 
Indiana University, Bloomington, IN (2008)
Thesis: Trails of the Dark Horse: Culture, Metaculture, and Pathways of Indie Music                 

B.A., Drama and Speech
Loyola University, New Orleans, LA (1991)


PUBLICATIONS

Refereed Journal Articles
 
“The Twelfth Man: Sound, Affect, and Fandom in the NFL” with Travis Vogan. Popular Communication (forthcoming). 
 
“Unpacking a Punch: Transduction and the Sound of Combat Foley in Fight Club.” Cinema Journal Volume 53:4 (2014).

“QuietComfort: Noise, Otherness, and the Mobile Production of Personal Space.” American Quarterly Special Issue: Sound Clash: Listening to American Studies Volume 63:3 (2011).

“Liminal States: Life as an Indie Musician on Taiwan.” Folklore Forum Volume 37:2 
(2008).

Book Chapters

“Tinnitus: Mediating a Phantom Disability.” Popular Disability: Media, Popular Culture, and the Meanings of Disability, Elizabeth Ellcessor and Bill Kirkpatrick, eds. (in progress).

“Introduction.” Waveforms, Betsy Stirratt, curator. Bloomington: Grunwald Gallery of Art, Indiana University, 2011.

Book Reviews

Review of Making Noise: From Babel to the Big Bang and Beyond by Hillel Schwartz. Cultural Studies, December 3, 2013.

Review of Stance: Ideas about Emotion, Style, and Meaning for the Study of Expressive Culture by Harris Berger. Journal of Folklore Research Reviews, December 5, 2011.

Review of Mechanical Sound: Technology, Culture, and Public Problems of Noise in the Twentieth Century by Karin Bijsterveld. Journal of Folklore Research Reviews, July 1, 2010.

Web-Based Publications 

“Listening to Tinnitus: Roles of Media When Hearing Breaks Down.” Sounding Out!: The Sound Studies Blog, July 16, 2012.

“Interpersonal Communication,” Course Portfolio, 2009-10 Teagle Collegium on Inquiry in Action.
 
Music Reviews

“Black Rock Coalition 20th Anniversary: A Look at the History of African American Alternative Rock.” Black Grooves, November 3rd, 2006.
The Taiwan Chronicles: A Five-Part Musical Travelogue.” The Far Eastern Audio Review June 3 - July 15, 2005.

Numerous music reviews at Far Eastern Audio Review and Black Grooves, 2004-9.


CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS & TALKS

“Remediations: Audiological New Media and the Experience of Tinnitus.” American Anthropological Association Annual Meeting, Chicago, November 2013.

“Nixon, Mobster, Bigfoot: The Performative Audio Media Forensics of Irv Teibel.” Society for Cinema and Media Studies Annual Conference, Chicago, March 2013.

“Sonic Technologies of the Self.” Invited talk, Miami University Department of Communication, January 25, 2012.

“Sonic Technologies of the Self.” Invited talk, Media Arts and Sciences Speaker Series, Indiana University, October 5, 2012.

“Audio-Spatial Media: Reshaping Sound, Space, Self, and Sociality.” Invited talk, Social Media Collective, Microsoft Research New England, June 2012.

“Audio Production as Service: Sounds and Stories in the Path of I-69.” Society for Ethnomusicology Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, November 2011.

“QuietComfort: Noise, Otherness, and the Mobile Production of Personal Space.” Virginia L. Gunderson Lecture, Indiana University Department of Communication and Culture, September 2011.

“Unpacking Punches: Synchresis and Schizophonia in the Combat Foley of Fight Club.” Society for Cinema and Media Studies Annual Conference, New Orleans, March 2011.

“It Worked for Them: Tips for Creating an Inclusive Classroom Climate.” Invited Panel, 2010 Indiana University Associate Instructor Workshop on Campus Climate.

“Metacultural Intermediaries and the Business of Rock Discourse.” Society for Ethnomusicology Annual Meeting, Wesleyan University, October 2008.

“Hogaku in the Heartland” (documentary video). Society for Ethnomusicology Midwest Chapter Annual Meeting, Terre Haute, Indiana, April 2007.

“Ghost Child: Haunting the In-Between Spaces of Punk, Indie, and Taiwan.” Extreme Folklore and Ethnomusicology Conference, Bloomington, IN, March 2006.  


AWARDS, GRANTS & FELLOWSHIPS

“Best Radio Use of Sound,” Best of the Best in Indiana Journalism, Society of Professional Journalists, 2012.

Virginia L. Gunderson Award, Indiana University Department of Communication and Culture, 2011.
Spring Travel Grant, Indiana University Department of Communication and Culture, 2011.

Finalist, Association of American Colleges and Universities K. Patricia Cross Future Leaders Award, 2011.

Robert G. Gunderson Award, Indiana University Department of Communication and Culture, 2010. 

Fellowship, Indiana University Collegium on Inquiry in Action, 2009-10.

C122 Teaching Award, Indiana University Department of Communication and Culture, 
2008-9

Departmental Fellowship, Indiana University Department of Communication and 
Culture, 2008.


COURSES TAUGHT

Introduction to Comparative Media Studies, Miami University, Ohio, Fall 2013-Spring 2014.

Media and Representation, Miami University, Ohio, Fall 2013-Spring 2014.

Public Speaking. Dept. of Communication and Culture, Indiana University, Bloomington, IN, Fall 
2011 (instructor of record).

Audio Production as Service: Sounds and Stories in the Path of I-69. Dept. of Communication and Culture, Indiana University, Bloomington, IN, Summer 2011 (course creator and instructor).

Media in the Global Context: Sounds of Globalization. Dept. of Communication and Culture, Indiana University, Bloomington, IN, Spring 2011 (course creator and instructor).

Interpersonal Communication. Dept. of Communication and Culture, Indiana University, Bloomington, IN, Fall 2008 - Fall 2010 (instructor of record).

Conversational English. Eternal Life Christian College, Taipei, Taiwan, Fall 1992-Spring 
1994.

Business Writing. Eternal Life Christian College, Taipei, Taiwan, Fall 1992-Spring 
1994.

Reading Shakespeare. Eternal Life Christian College, Taipei, Taiwan, Fall 1993.


RESEARCH EXPERIENCE

Research Assistant to Mary L. Gray, Department of Communication and Culture, Indiana University, Bloomington, IN, Spring 2012-present.

Graduate Assistant, Archives of African American Music and Culture, Indiana University, Bloomington, IN, Fall 2005-Spring 2007. 


SELECTED MEDIA INDUSTRIES EXPERIENCE

Executive Producer, I-69: Sounds and Stories, documentary radio series, WFHB, 
Bloomington, IN, 2011. 

Composer, Under Doorsteps, short film, 2010.

Electronic Production Editor, Kaplan Professional Publishing, Chicago, IL, 2007-8.

Director, Hogaku in the Heartland, documentary short film, 2007. 

Composer, A Perfect World, documentary short film, 2004.

Composer, The Acedia Thing, feature film, 2004.

Lead guitarist, Pinetop Seven, Barbary Coast/Empyrean Records, 2000-2004.

Editor of Web Content, zZounds.com, Chicago, IL, 1999-2000.

Producer, Concept: Model Middle Schools, television documentary, 1998.

Mobile Satellite Uplink Engineer, New Orleans Fairgrounds, New Orleans, LA, 1996-8.

Editor, Ivy League Publishing Co., Taipei, Taiwan, 1994-6.


ADDITIONAL TRAINING

“Interpreting Technology and Race in East Asia,” Illinois/Indiana East Asia National Resource Center Consortium, 2009.

Internship, Chicago World Music Festival, 2007.

Museum Education Representative Training, Mathers Museum of World Cultures, 2006.

Tape Op Audio Engineering Workshop, 2004.


ACADEMIC SERVICE

Student Representative, Graduate Affairs Committee, Indiana University Department 
of Communication and Culture, 2012-13

Advisory Board Member, Center for Innovative Teaching and Learning, Indiana 
University, 2011-12.

Mentor, Indiana University Department of Communication and Culture Shadow 
Mentor Program, 2010-11.

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