Editorial - Encounters With Southeast Asia Through Sound (2016)

Marcel Cobussen

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What “we” as JSS editors had in mind was to make space for some “subaltern voices,” multi-media reports on Southeast Asian soundscapes preferably coming from (local) residents or people who have spent a considerable amount of time there, to find out whether they hear differently, whether they notice different things, different sounds; to find out whether they can bring in other concepts, enrich or change the common discourses in Sound Studies; to explore and bring to our attention what they find sonically relevant.
typeresearch exposition
keywordssound, Sonic Studies, sound studies, south asian, auditory culture
last modified18/07/2016
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published inJournal of Sonic Studies
portal issue12. Issue 12

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