Editorial - Sound at Home 1: Territory, Materiality and the Extension of Home (2021)

Mette Simonsen Abildgaard

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For this special issue of the Journal of Sonic Studies, we invited authors to consider sound at home from a range of perspectives: sound at home as the hum of appliances, the babble of water pipes, the chatter of media, and the creaking of a wooden floor; sounds that seep in from other homes and from the world outside – traffic, music, shouting, disconcerting sounds that stand out, and sounds that go unheard in their familiarity.
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last modified07/06/2021
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portal issue21. Issue 21

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