The Sounds of Federal Hill

I want to use my public humanities project to explore what it might mean to make audible associative layers or continua between sound and music; between the informal, everyday, and ephemeral and the formal, instituted, permanent; and between the political necessities of a black music archive historically and in a so-called “post-racial” present. Again, not … Read more »

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What I’m Reading Now

Jun 21, 2012 | Sounds and Sources
What I’m Reading Now

Acoustic Territories: Sound Culture and Everyday Life by Brandon LaBelle Continuum International Publishing Group, 2011 Sound insists “on more than a representational semiotic, giving way to a sense or need for actual meeting. Sound explicitly brings bodies together.” p. xxiv

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