Forensic Media Reconstructing Accidents in Accelerated Modernity is an innovative work that makes a
substantial contribution to the growing body of research in surveillance, risk, and design studies as they
converge in the history and development of technology and media disciplines. Greg Siegel is an eloquent
writer, and this monograph will be an important addition to both technology historians and students of
film and media. This monograph is also essential reading for vehicular accident investigators and those
studying to become vehicular accident investigators. I would recommend this publication for inclusion in
any vehicular accident investigation and reconstruction professional library as well as in a general foren-sic
science reference library in an operational forensic science laboratory as well as forensic science uni-versity
education facilities where practitioners and students can have access to this valuable resource.
John Horswell MSc MPM MA FCSFS
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