Here, I would like to draw your attention to some related research projects and blogs:

Sound Dish: What we hear, through our tongue

Some colleagues (Anna Harris, Thomas Fuller, Alexandra Supper, Joeri Bruyninckx and Melissa Van Drie) just published a piece on the webpage of the Centre for Imaginative Ethnography. It draws on a “sound dinner” we had in January last year to celebrate the end of the Sonic Skills project.

bleisätze: Musik – Medien – Technik

The personal blog of Werner Bleisteiner, senior editor at Bavarian Broadcasting. Werner writes about radio, music and technology, and sometimes about dummy head recording.

Home movies project

The home movie project addresses a number of questions dealing with the complex interrelationship between technology, specific user generations and spaces or places of cultural memory production in home movie making and screening. More concretely we are interested in the question how changing technologies of cultural production (film, video or digital camera) have shaped new practices and rituals of memory staging (screening of the films in domestic of public venues) and thereby initiated processes of (re)negotiating user generations and group identities.

Sonic Skills project

The Sonic Skills project was dedicated to studying the role of sound and listening in the development of science, technology and medicine, from the 1920s to today.

Sonic Skills online exhibition

The exhibition about the research for the Sonic Skills project, first displayed during the Sonic Science Festival in early 2015, is now available as a virtual exhibition on its own website.

Pneumatic post

Pneumatic post is a place to file notes about the life of pneumatic tube systems (particularly in hospitals) alongside other postal, medical and museum related discoveries.

Sounding out!

Sounding Out! is a weekly online publication, a networked academic archive, and a dynamic group platform bringing together sound studies scholars, sound artists and professionals, and readers interested in the cultural politics of sound and listening.

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