- Giorgio Biancorosso (The University of Hong Kong)
- William Cheng (Dartmouth College)
- Keith Howard (SOAS, University of London)
Sound has long been the subject of interest to scholars and practitioners alike, but it has gained more popularity in recent decades; the sheer number of scholarly publications in what one may call “sound studies” testifies to this statement. As the ways in which sound is produced and consumed are continuing to change, we suspect that sound will be of central concern to many of us. What soundscapes are around us, and how do we react to soundscape? Is there any evidence suggesting that the way of thinking about the world is shifting away from “ocularcentric” to “aural-centric”? What are the implications of such a shift? How does (re)thinking about sound help us (re)define human subjectivity?
In attempting to answer these questions, we invite proposals for individual papers on any topics related to the conference theme “Rethinking Sound,” broadly defined. For more details, please refer to Call for Papers.
Rethinking Sound 2018 is supported by the Ministry of Education of the Republic of Korea and the National Research Foundation of Korea.