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Alison Richard Building, 7 West Road, CB3 9DT Cambridge, Cambridgeshire
What happens when hearing doesn't do what it purportedly should?
A conference to explore alternatives to an ear-centric perspective of listening, by challenging notions of embodied presence and investigating different materials and research strategies for hearing differently from the 19th century to the present.
Full program here: http://crassh.cam.ac.uk/events/27449
Registration for this conference is now closed.
With: Michael Bull, Zeynep Bulut, Melissa Dickson, Nina Eidsheim, Bastien Gallet, Julian Henriques, Douglas Kahn, Seth Kim-Cohen, Anahid Kassabian, Aleks Kolkowski, Sander van Maas, Mara Mills, Ita Monaghan, Úna Monaghan, Gascia Ouzounian, Jillian Rogers, Matthieu Saladin, Holger Schulze, Jason Stanyek, Jonathan Sterne, David Trippett and Shelley Trower.
Convened by: Melissa Van Drie & Melle Kromhout
— This event will happen in relation with the international conference 'The Audible Spectrum: Sound Studies, Cultures of Listening and Sound Art' (7-9 June 2018 in Paris), convened by Stéphane Roth and Marion Platevoet (Cité de la musique-Philharmonie de Paris), Bastien Gallet (Haute École des Arts du Rhin), and Matthieu Saladin (Université Paris 8): https://philharmoniedeparis.fr/fr/activite/colloque/20161-spectres-de-laudible
Supported by the Centre for Research in the Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities (CRASSH
) and the ERC Project ‘Sound and Materialism in the 19th Century’ (University of Cambridge).