Our Anchor Resources

Below are some key readings that helped develop our understanding of sound and sonic composition. They’re the real MVPs.

Screen shot of #hearmyhome against blue background

#HearMyHome by Cassie J. Brownwell and Jon M. Wargo

Screenshot of article title: (Re)Educating the Senses: Multimodal Listening, Bodily Learning, and the Composition of Sonic Experiences

(Re)Educating the Senses: Multimodal Listening, Bodily Listening, and the Composition of Sonic Experiences by Steph Ceraso

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Sandra Bland: #SayHerName Loud or Not at All by Regina Bradley

Listen to the Sound of My Voice by Kelly Baker

Book cover for The Sonic Color Line: Race and the Cultural Politics of Listening

The Sonic Color Line: Race and the Cultural Politics of Listening by Jennifer Lynn Stoever

Image of book cover for Keywords in Sound

Keywords in Sound by David Novak and Matt Sakakeeny