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Alexander Badenoch

Alexander Badenoch

Alexander (Alec) Badenoch  was chief editor of  Inventing Europe  2010-2012. He is Lecturer in Media and Cultural studies at the University of Utrecht, where he is the leading researcher on the HERA-project “Transnational Radio Encounters IP4 International Services Between Expats, Emprie and Education”.  He has a BA from the University of the South (1993), an MA in Social Science from the University of Chicago (1995) and a PhD in Modern Languages from the University of Southampton (2004). He is author of Voices in Ruins: West German Radio across the 1945 Divide (winner, 2007-8 IAMHIST Prize),  and editor, with Andreas Fickers and Christian Henrich-Franke, of Airy Curtains in the European Ether: Broadcasting and the Cold War, (Baden-Baden: Nomos 2013), and with Andreas Fickers of Materializing Europe: Transnational Infrastructures and the Project of Europe Basignstoke: Palgrave 2010).  He is vice-president of the Studienkreis Rundfunk und Geschichte (German broadcasting History Society) and co-founder of the Women’s Radio in Europe (WREN). His research covers a range of topics in 20th Century national (German) and transnational history, and draws on disciplines ranging from media and cultural studies, cultural geography, gender studies, and history of technology.  

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