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- Mary Caton Lingold‘s “Fiddling to Freedom: Solomon Northup’s Musical Trade in 12 Years a Slave ” mentioned in Past and Present, the American Antiquarian Society’s Blog Post, “Twelve Years a Slave, The Book: Dramatizations, Illustrations, & Editions,” 2/28/14
- Tara Betts‘s “They Do Not All Sound Alike: Sampling Kathleen Cleaver, Assata Shakur, and Angela Davis” reprinted in About Place Journal’s 1963-2013 Civil Rights Retrospective, 2/2014
- Carter Mathes‘s “The Sounds of Anti-Anti-Essentialism:Listening to Black Consciousness in the Classroom“ reprinted in About Place Journal’s 1963-2013 Civil Rights Retrospective, 2/2014
- Jennifer Stoever-Ackerman‘s “Gendered Ears,” a post on women and record collecting, is reprinted in American History Now, 1/27/14
- Robin James responds to Primus Luta‘s series on aesthetics and electronic music in the post “Aesthetics and Electronic Music” for The Society Pages on 12/13/13
- Binghamton University Inside covers Sounding Out Blog’s broadcast commemorating and interrogating the 75th Anniversary of “The War of the Worlds” in a news story “Remembering ‘The War of the Worlds” on 10/25/13.
- Jennifer Stoever-Ackerman‘s “Gendered Ears,” a post on women and record collecting, is mentioned in “The Vinyl Archive” on The Aporetic, 10/17/13
- Neil Verma discusses his collaboration with Sounding Out! and Antenna on our “From Mercury to Mars” series and our broadcast commemorating and interrogating the 75th Anniversary of “The War of the Worlds” broadcast in a podcast from Cinema Journal’s Aca-Media, 10/13
- Primus Luta’s “On Donuts, Sandwiches and Beattapes: Listening for J Dilla Six Years On” mentioned in FACT magazine’s “FROM CASSETTES TO DONUTS: THE HISTORY OF THE HIP-HOP BEAT TAPE” by Laurent Fintoni, 9/3/13
- Peter DiCola‘s “What We Talk About When We Talk Girl Talk” and Aram Sinnreich‘s “Remixing Girl Talk: The Poetics and Aesthetics of Mashups” on the syllabus for Louisa Stein’s Fall 2012 “Remix Culture” course at Middlebury College.
- Ted Sammon’s post “‘I didn’t say look; I said listen’: The People’s Microphone, #OWS, and Beyond” is cited in Georgia Born’s introduction to Music, Sound and Space: Transformations of Public and Private Experience (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2013): 39.
- Nicole Furlonge‘s post “A Listening Mind: Sound Learning in a Literature Classroom” is recommended in “Listening to Material Culture” on Cultural Organology, 7/18/13
- Regina Bradley‘s post “To Sir, with Ratchety Love: Listening to the (Dis)Respectability Politics of Rachel Jeantel” was cited on Hiphopcracy in “’That’s Retarded, Sir’ : Miley Cyrus v. Rachel Jeantel”, 7/10/13
- Aaron Trammell published a version of his post “SO! Reads: Jonathan Sterne’s MP3: The Meaning of a Format” as the review essay “MP3s and Other Evil Media: American Pathologies in Critical Information Studies” in the June 2013 issue of American Quarterly, 7/28/13
- Nicholas Knouf‘s post “The Noises of Finance“ was cited in “CABINET DE CURIOSITÉ DU TRADING ALGORITHMIQUE” on the French social science blog, Body, Space, Society, 6/11/2013
- reina alejandra prado saldivar‘s post “Sonic Brownface: Representations of Mexicanness in an Era of Discontent” was reblogged on The Latinegr@s Project, 6/10/13
- Sounding Out! mentioned in West Muse Blog, for the Western Museum Association, 5/30/13
- Meghan Drury‘s “An Ear-splitting Cry: Gender, Performance, and Representations of Zaghareet in the U.S.” listed in The New Inquiry‘s Sunday Reading, 5/19/13
- Gina Arnold‘s “The Sound of Hippiesomething, or Drum Circles at #OccupyWallStreet” mentioned as a “great read” in Discover magazine’s “Microbial Misadventures: Hippies, Anthrax, and Drum Circles,” 5/9/13
- Andreas Duus Pape had the agent he used in ”Experiments in Agent-based Music Composition” and in “Further Experiments in Agent-based Music Composition” accepted for publication in Games and Economic Behavior (in joint work with Kenneth J Kurtz). A version of the paper can be read here (March 2013)
- Sounding Out!‘s February “Sonic Borders” Forum (in collaboration with IASPM-US) listed as a “Virtual Roundtable” opening the 2013 IASPM-US meeting in Austin, TX, 2/13, and included in credits for this year’s IASPM-US conference: “#iaspmusicon Hangover Edition,” 3/5/13
- Sionne Neely‘s “Something’s Got a Hold on Me: ‘Lingering Whispers’ of the Atlantic Slave Trade in Ghana” was cited–and reflected on–in Musings of a Renegade Futurist: 1/8/13, and cited as the inspiration for the post “Exploring the slave castle, tourism and urban economic opportunity at Cape Coast” on the blog African Urbanism: 1/18/13
- Liana Silva‘s “Park Sounds: A Kansas City Soundwalk for Fall” was written up in the Kansas City blog Pitch, 12/3/12
- The University of Maine-Farmington lists Sounding Out! on their Sound Studies Resources page: 10/30/12
- Jennifer Stoever-Ackerman‘s “On the Lower Frequencies: Norman Corwin, Colorblindness, and the ‘Golden Age’ of U.S. Radio” reblogged on the Tumblr for the University of Maryland’s Broadcast Archives 10/21/12
- The participation of Sounding Out!‘s editorial board in #TweetaSound Day mentioned by Duke University’s SoundBox Project: 10/2/12
- Justin Eckstein’s post “Easy Listening: Spreading and the Role of the Ear in Debating” was mentioned in the Huffington Post: 10/5/12
- Jentery Sayers‘s post “Audio Culture Studies: Scaffolding a Sequence of Assignments” was recommended on ProfHacker’s “Weekend Reading”: 9/7/12
- Gus Stadler‘s post “Pushing Play: What Makes the Portable Cassette Recorder Interesting” cited on blog The Mixtape Museum 8/19/12
- SO!’s Forum on Listening+WLD podcast mentioned on the World Listening Project’s website, on the School of the Art Institute of Chicago’s Department of Sound Blog, and the American Society for Acoustic Ecology‘s website, 7/18/12
- Mack Hagood’s post recommended by the American Tinnitus Association via their Facebook and Twitter, by the Social Media Collective, and the Vestibular Disorders Association, 7/17/12 and 7/18/12
- SO! on the European Sound Studies Association’s list of links, 7/18/12
- SO! featured in New York Public Radio (NYPR)’s “History Notes,” 7/6/12, 4/27/12, 4/20/12, and 2/24/12
- Aaron Trammell’s post “In the Flesh: Embodiment, Listening, and Transcription” written up on the blog SheSeesRed, 7/2/12 and re-blogged in The Chronicle of Higher Ed‘s Prof Hacker, 7/20/12
- Neil Verma’s post “Radio’s “Oblong Blur”: Notes on the Corwinesque” Tumbled by the University of Chicago Press, 6/29/12
- SO! mentioned in the World Forum for Acoustic Ecology Newsletter, July/August 2012
- Jennifer Stoever-Ackerman‘s post “Play it Again (and Again), Sam: The Tape Recorder in Film (Part Two on Walter Murch)” quoted and cited in “Rhythm and Speech in The Conversation,” 6/23/12
- Jonathan Sterne‘s post “Quebec’s #casseroles: on participation, percussion and protest” cited in Wi: A Journal of Mobile Media, June 2012; Rebel Youth Magazine, 6/21/12; The People’s Record, 6/12/12; and in a piece by Holger Schulze for Sound Studies Lab, 6/5/12. It was also featured on the Media at McGill page, 6/4/12 and mentioned in Sterne’s article “Bodies-Streets” for for Wi: A Journal of Mobile Media, 6/4/12, and on his website Superbon!, 6/4/12. The post was also republished by Theory and Event (Oxford University Press, 2012 Supplement).
- IASPM-US calls SO! the “best sound studies blog on the Internet” in their post on our Montreal coverage, 6/4/12
- SO! featured on Cornell’s Society for the Humanities website, 5/21/12 and 5/28/12
- SO! added as a resource on Sensory Studies Website, 5/12
- April Miller’s post “Quiet on the Set? : The Artist and the Sound of a Silent Resurgence” mentioned on The Bioscope, 4/16/12
- Cornell Library Guides SO! as an” important blog” on their “Hip Hop Users Guide,” 3/12
- Primus Luta‘s post “On Donuts, Sandwiches and Beattapes: Listening for J Dilla Six Years On” discussed on The Talking Book, 2/7/12, A Boom Bap Continuum, 2/7/12, and on Funk By Fun, 2/7/12.
- Damien Keane‘s post “Sounds Difficult: James Joyce and Modernism’s Recorded Legacy“ discussed on James Joyce Blog Ulysses ‘Seen’, 2/5/12
- Christina Sharpe’s post, “Hearing the Tenor of the Vendler/Dove Conversation: Race, Listening, and the “Noise” of Texts,” featured on ZunguZungu 1/29/12
- SO! cited on Aural Complex Landscapes, 1/12
- Marcia Dawkins’ post “The Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show and the Soundtrack of Desire”reposted on Cultural Weekly, 1/5/12
- Aaron Trammell‘s post “The Role of Sound in Video Games: Pong, Limbo and Interactivity”mentioned on The Epic Sound Blog 12/26/11
- SO! mentioned on Dying Note, 12/21/11
- SO!‘s coverage of the #Occupy protests analyzed on The Incredible Kaleidophone, 12/11/11
- SO! listed as a resource on the Townshend Humanities Lab Sound Studies Working Group website @ UC Berkeley, 12/11
- Gina Arnold’s post “The Sound of Hippiesomething, or Drum Circles at #OccupyWallStreet“ mentioned on ARTicles, the blog of the National Arts Journalism Program, alongside NPR, the Washington Post, and the Village Voice, 12/11
- SO! on syllabus/blog The Writer’s Craft, 9/29/2011
- SO! mentioned on the World Forum for Acoustic Ecology Newsletter, September/October 2011
- Osvaldo Oyola‘s “In Defense of Autotune” featured on IASPM-US, 9/16/11 and on the front page of WordPress’s Freshly Pressed, 9/12/11
- SO! listed as a general resource and as one of the “Top Seven Online Film Sound Resources” on the website for the National Australian Film, Radio and Television School, 9/11
- Temple University uses SO! as a model in their Seminar on WordPress, 9/12/11
- Jennifer Stoever-Ackerman‘s post “The Noise of SB 1070, or Do I Sound Illegal to You?” quoted and cited in Dolores Inés Casillas, “Sounds of Surveillance: U.S. Spanish-Language Radio Patrols La Migra,” American Quarterly. 63(3) (September 2011): 816.
- SO! discussed in Kara Keeling and Josh Kun, (2011) “Introduction.” American Quarterly 63(3) (September 2011): 451.
- Maile Colbert‘s podcast “Sounding Out! Podcast Episode #4: Within a Grain of Sand” mentioned on EarthEar, 8/29/11
- Dolores Inés Casillas‘s post “Listening to the Border: ’2487’: Giving Voice in Diaspora’ and the Sound Art of Luz María Sánchez“ featured in Media Watch, 7/11