C.L. Cardinale has a PhD in English Literature from University of California, Riverside. Currently she is editing her manuscript on what she calls “look-listening”—deafened gestures—in twentieth century narratives. She also publicly reads Proust, edits for Lettered Press, and sings with her one and six year old in California’s east bay.
- “Happy Homes Have Gramophones” –Gender, Technology, and the Sonic Restaging of Community Before and After the Partition of Bengal
- Out of Sync: Gendered Location Sound Work in Bollywood
- The Queer Sound of the Dandiya Queen, Falguni Pathak
- Gendered Soundscapes of India, an Introduction
- Gender and the First Sound Films in 1930s Bombay
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