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New Job, New Blog

For the final two years of my time as a graduate student at the University of Virginia, I  blogged about digital humanities, Victorian literature, and sound studies at  302 more words

Langston Hughes Part 3

Here is a link to the final part of my essay on Langston Hughes, “Jazz, Laughter, and Sound as Protest in Langston Hughes’s Harlem.” Thanks again to… 18 more words

He Too Sings America: Jazz, Laughter, and Sound as Protest in Langston Hughes's Harlem

TheThePoetry just published part 1 of my sound studies/theory article on Langston Hughes’s poetry. You can read it here. For anyone interested in Hughes’s poetry, jazz, Harlem, and race issues in America, I encourage you to check out the article. 9 more words

"If you say a word often enough, it becomes you." 

I am an auditory person. When I meet someone, the first thing I notice is the musicality of their voice––how they let the taste of a word linger on their tongue or send sentences flying into the ether. 591 more words

Ora 13 : Sound Studies on the Radio

Ora13: Listening and Writing: Sound Studies on the Radio
Daniela Cascella and Salomé Voegelin
31 July 2014
8pm
Resonance104.4fm 

For the first anniversary edition of Ora we will be broadcasting a live performance recorded at the… 51 more words