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Owen Marshall


Owen Marshall is a postdoctoral scholar in Science & Technology Studies at
UC Davis, with a PhD in S&TS from Cornell University. He works at the
intersection of sound studies, the sociology of technology, and the
anthropology of the body. His NSF-supported dissertation, *Tuning In Situ:
Articulations of Voice, Affect, and Artifact in the Recording Studio*, is
an ethnography of vocal tuning work among LA-based recording engineers.
Prior to his graduate studies, he worked with Chicago Public Radio, The
Consortium for Science Policy and Outcomes, and the Triple Helix Science
and Society Review. He co-founded the long-running “Naked Noise” improvised
music series in Ithaca, NY, and is currently organizing the Davis
Infrastructural Listening Initiative’s “Music For Concrete” site-specific
performance series in affiliation with the UCD ModLab.