Hearing places : sound, place, time and culture / edited by Ros Bandt, Michelle Duffy and Dolly MacKinnon.

by Bandt, Ros [editor.]Looking glass; Duffy, Michelle (Michelle Elizabeth) [editor.]Looking glass; MacKinnon, Dolly [editor.]Looking glass.

Publisher: Newcastle : Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2007.Description: xv, 435 pages, 4 unnumbered pages of plates : illustrations (some colour) ; 22 cm + 1 audio CD.ISBN: 9781847182555.Subject(s): SoundLooking glass | HearingLooking glass | ListeningLooking glass | Space perceptionLooking glassNote: Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Enhanced descriptions from Syndetics:

Hearing Places: Sound, Place, Time, Culture How do we hear and respond to place? 37 international artists and scholars have responded to this question from their unique perspectives, interrogating place as acoustic space where sound, place, time and culture collide. This book transcends the boundaries of geography, time and discipline through its imaginative and scholarly writings and CD, provoking us all to pay attention to how we hear place.

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Author notes provided by Syndetics

Dr Ros Bandt, International sound artist, author and senior research fellow in sound culture at the Australian Centre, The University of Melbourne where she directs the Australian Sound Design Website and online gallery, dedicated to audible research and heritage of innovative sound designs in public space. Dr Michelle Duffy, Cultural geographer based at the Australian Centre, The University of Melbourne, whose research interests include the significance of music and performance to ideas of place, belonging and alienation. Dr Dolly MacKinnon, Research Fellow, Historical Studies, The University of Melbourne. Author of Revealing the Early Modern Landscape of England:Earls Colne, Essex (Ashgate forthcoming), and co-editor of 'Madness' in Australia(2003) with Catharine Coleborne.

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