Assistant Professor, Oregon State University

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Joshua Reeves is an assistant professor of media and rhetoric at Oregon State University, where he has a joint appointment in New Media Communications and Speech Communication. He currently serves as an associate editor of Surveillance & Society, the international journal of surveillance studies. His first book, Citizen Spies: The Long Rise of America’s Surveillance Society, was released by NYU Press in March 2017. He and Jeremy Packer recently received a contract from Duke University Press for a new book entitled Killer Apps: War, Media, Machine. He is on the faculties of New Media Communications and Speech Communication at Oregon State University, where he teaches classes in media theory, new media and society, and rhetorical theory.