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Spring 2024

About the Journal

Resonance: The Journal of Sound and Culture is an interdisciplinary, international peer reviewed journal that features research and writing of scholars and artists working in fields typically considered to be the domain of sound art and sound studies. These fields may include traditional and new forms of radio, music, performance, installation, sound technologies, immersive realities, and studies-based disciplines such as musicology, philosophy, and cultural studies.  The scope extends to other disciplines such as ethnography, cultural geography, ecologies, media archaeology, digital humanities, audiology, communications, and architecture.  

eISSN: 2688-867X

Published:  Quarterly

Editor: Jay Needham, Southern Illinois University, Carbondale 

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Call For Papers: Militarized Ecologies

Resonance seeks manuscripts, essays, commentaries and artist’s writings that engage Achille Mbembe’s claim that colonial occupations “manufacture a large reservoir of cultural imaginaries.” (Mbembe 2003). The special series will be guest edited by Mª Edurne Zuazu and Alejandra Bronfman, with assistance by a diverse team of scholars and artists from within the Resonance community.

 

Call For Papers: Queer Politics & Positionalities in Sonic Art

Resonance seeks scholarly articles, artist essays, interviews, critical reviews, and other forms of writing for a forthcoming special series to be guest edited by Charles Eppley (they/he).


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