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Journal of Sonic Studies 24 (2023) - Voice and Listening: Techniques for Political Life
Editorial - Fadia Dakka, Kirsten Forkert, Ed McKeon, Jill Robinson and Ian Sergeant
The Labour of Listening in Troubled Times - Kate Lacey
Decolonial Listening and the Politics of Sound: Water, Breathing and Urban Unconscious - Rodrigo Toro and Donovan Hernández Castellanos
Covered Mouths Still Have Voices - Tom Western
Voice as Instrument: Performance Poets in Conversation - Ryan Sinclair, Sipho Eric Ndlovu and Jill Robinson
4. Portals - Rajni Shah
Dialogue on Experiments in Listening - Ed McKeon and Rajni Shah
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Collective Listening as Survival: How To Be Not Okay Together - Rajni Shah
1. Learning the Shape of Racist Rooms - Rajni Shah
2. Listening Tables - Rajni Shah
3. We Are Capable of So Much More - Rajni Shah
From a Modern/Colonial Sensorium to Relational Response-ability: Listening Into What Separation Has to Say - Sarah Amsler
Migration and Listening: Political Life in Motion - Ximena Alarcón & Ed McKeon