A Cultural History of Sound, Memory, and the Senses

Author:   Joy Damousi (University of Melbourne, Australia) ,  Paula Hamilton (University of Technology, Sydney)
Publisher:   Taylor & Francis Ltd
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Pages:   270
Publication Date:   15 May 2019
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Author:   Joy Damousi (University of Melbourne, Australia) ,  Paula Hamilton (University of Technology, Sydney)
Publisher:   Taylor & Francis Ltd
Imprint:   Routledge
ISBN:  

9780367264093


ISBN 10:   0367264099
Pages:   270
Publication Date:   15 May 2019
Audience:   College/higher education ,  Postgraduate, Research & Scholarly ,  Undergraduate
Format:   Paperback
Publisher's Status:   Forthcoming
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Introduction: Leaning In [Joy Damousi and Paula Hamilton] 1. Sound Studies Today: Where Are We Going? [Bruce Johnson] Part I: Sound and Voice 2. The World Wanderings of a Voice : Exhibiting the Cylinder Phonograph in Australasia [Henry Reece] 3. Are You Sitting Comfortably? : The Changing Position of Storytellers on Early Australian Radio [Jennifer Bowen] 4. Lindbergh's Voice [David Goodman] 5. Noisy Classrooms and the Quiet Corner : The Modern School, Sound and the Senses [Kate Darian-Smith] Part II: Sound and Violence 6. Throwing Down the Gauntlet: Voice, Power and Sexual Violence in Penal New South Wales [Penny Russell] 7. Startling Reports: Gunfire as Social Soundscape in Early Colonial Australia [Diane Collins] 8. Sounds and Silence of War: Dresden and Paris During World War II [Joy Damousi] 9. Hearing the 1965-66 Indonesian Anti-Communist Repression: Sensory History and Its Possibilities [Vannessa Hearman] 10. For a Few Seconds, Imagine : An Aural Experience of Six Days of Terror at the Stadium of Chile, 12-17 September 1973 [Peter Read] Part III: Sensory Memories 11. Big Smoke Stacks : Competing Memories of the Sounds and Smells of Industrial Heritage [Lisa Murray] 12. Intimate Strangers: Multisensorial Memories of Working in the Home [Paula Hamilton] 13. Botanical Memory: Materiality, Affect, and Western Australian Plant Life [John Charles Ryan] 14. If I Ever Hear It, It Takes Me Straight Back There : Music, Autobiographical Memory, Space and Place [Lauren Istvandity] 15. Seeing in Black and White: Visualising Shadow Sisters Among Metaphors of Light and Dark [Emma Dortins]

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Joy Damousi is Professor of History at the University of Melbourne. Paula Hamilton is adjunct Professor of History at University of Technology, Sydney.

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