One frequently made observation about the nineteenth century is that it was marked by a number of breakthroughs in medicine and the sciences which revealed forces that shape humanity – as individuals and as a species – whose existence was previously unsuspected. 649 more words
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Senses of the Empire – due out Spring 2016.
Four days at the University of Cambridge’s Centre for Research in Arts Humanities and Social Sciences seminal sound event, and there is a humdrum of both melody and dissonance resounding within my dendrites. 2,762 more words
1st SEM SOUNDING BOARD
This collective sound exhibit showcases the creative work of scholars attentive to the spatial, acoustemological, and ethnographic potential of sound. SEM SOUNDING BOARD challenges distinctions between sound-as-episteme and sound-as-performance, sound-as-ethnography and sound-as-art. 1,868 more words