Appel à communication : Noise, Audition, Aurality : Histories of the Sonic World(s) of Europe, circa 1500> 1945. Date limite le 30 novembre 2009

Nicolas Rémy nous a déniché un appel à communication pour les historiens du son.

Contributions are invited for a proposed collection of essays exploring the soundscapes of Europe from c.1500 to 1945. The collection seeks to develop  existing and open up new areas of interdisciplinary scholarship from a range of  fields including (but not limited to) musicology, urban geography, history, the history of architecture, literary studies, cultural studies, psychoanalysis,
psychology and anthropology, and will build on existing work in acoustic ecology, the sociology of noise and histories and historiographies of noise, audition and aurality. We will favour contributions that deal with historically- informed topics in the following areas (although this is by no means an exclusive list):
*       The noise-sound-music nexus
*       Urban/rural soundscapes
*       Public/private soundscapes
*       The acoustic ecology of communities
*       Legal histories of noise
*       Noise, music and the body
*       Listening and the erotic
*       Political economies of noise
*       Noise, music and landscape
*       Theories of hearing and listening
*       Historical acousmêtres
*       Historiographies of noise, audition and aurality
*       Technologies of sound reproduction and their histories
Prospective contributors should send a 250-word abstract and a short biography to Ian Biddle (i.d.biddle@ncl.ac.uk) by no later than November 30, 2009.

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