Audiopolitics

AUDIOPOLITICS: MEASURES OF GLOBAL SOUNDSCAPES

Tracks:

  • A. Naomi Paik, “Sounds of Torture”
  • Charlie Samuya Veric, “Biopolitical Radio”
  • Van Truong, “Send Me Home: Country Music and the Audiopolitics of Diaspora”
  • Daniel Gilbert, “The Audiopolitics of Customer Service ”
  • Amanda Ciafone, “‘I’d Like to Teach the World to Sing’ Coke Jingles”
  • Rossen Djagalov, “The Music of International Socialism”
  • Michael Denning, “Noise Uprisings: Decolonizing the Ear”
  • Kirsten Weld, “Caceroleo: Neoliberalism and the Sound of Popular Mobilization in the Americas”

Working Group on Globalization and Culture, Audiopolitics: Measures of Global Soundscapes, 2007.1

Sounds of Torture, A. Naomi Paik, 2007.2

Biopolitical Radio, Charlie Samuya Veric, 2007.3

Send Me Home: Country Music and the Audiopolitics of Diaspora, Van Truong, 2007.4

The Audiopolitics of Customer Service, Daniel Gilbert, 2007.5

I’d Like to Teach the World to Sing Coke Jingles, Amanda Ciafone, 2007.6

The Music of International Socialism, Rossen Djagalov, 2007.7

Noise Uprisings: Decolonizing the Ear, Michael Denning, 2007.8

Caceroleo: Neoliberalism and the Sound of Popular Mobilization in the Americas, Kirsten Weld, 2007.9

Noise Uprisings: Decolonizing the Ear

by Michael Denning on September 17, 2015

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