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Be Still My Beating Heart

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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Some of you might recall the articles I have written for the incredible sound studies blog Sounding Out! over the past few years. Among other things, Sounding Out! 87 more words


Artist in Residence at Sound Studies: Art, Experience, Politics

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 in ATX -- DECEMBER 3-6 @ Studium Record Store


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


Goldsmith's MMB Sleep Project

A friend is working on her MA thesis project. The masters program is part of the Music, Mind, and Brain Program at Goldsmiths College, University of London. 72 more words

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Panel Acceptance and Abstract Submission

I found out yesterday that a panel I was on was accepted for The Roman Archaeological Conference 2016 in Rome (16-19 March 2016). The panel is on Sensing Rome: Sensory Approaches to Movement and Space, which is right up my alley. 152 more words

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