Our faculty adviser, Andrew Albin, published an article titled “Desiring Medieval Sound,” which contributes to Sounding Out!’s ongoing forum on medieval sound. Check it out here!
The first issue of Sound Studies: An Interdisciplinary Journal has been published! The issue’s wide-ranging articles cover a broad range of theories and topics, including “the growing significance of object-oriented ontology, or the shift from an earlier focus on the sound–vision binary to other senses such as touch and its interconnections to issues of affect.”
Editors Veit Erlmann and Michael Bull describe the new journal as follows:
Sound Studies aims to provide a forum for… emergent ideas, theories, and topics [in the field], but it is also committed to an ongoing dialogue with some of the field’s rich legacy in areas such as soundscapes, sound art, film music, histories of listening, the tensions and synergies of sound and vision, and many others.
Check it out at http://www.tandfonline.com/toc/rfso20/current.
Conference at Fordham University, Lincoln Center
Wednesday, August 12 – Friday, August 14
Concert at Poets House, 10 River Terrace on Saturday, August 15
all events free and open to the public
Wednesday, August 12, Lowenstein Building, 12th floor Lounge 113 W. 60th St.
6:45PM Opening Reception
See Moving Image Concert Program for additional details.
August 12-15, Lowenstein Building, 12th floor Lounge 113 W. 60th St. and Poet’s House
See Moving Image Conference Schedule for additional details.