Resonance 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.
Resonance: The Journal of Sound and Culture
Volume 1, Issue 1
Table of Contents
Introduction: Inaugural Words from the Co-Founding Editors
Jay Needham & Phylis West Johnson
Radically Recalcitrant Radio
Allen S. Weiss
The Forgotten 1979 MoMA Sound Art Exhibition
Towards an Absent Music: Sound Installation “After Auschwitz”
Silent Listening: The Aesthetics of Literary Sounds
Uneasy Listening: Towards a Hauntology of AI-Generated Music
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