Holger Schulze is full professor in musicology at the University of Copenhagen and principal investigator at the Sound Studies Lab. His research focuses on the cultural history of the senses, sound in popular culture and the anthropology of media. Recent book publications are: American Progress (2015), Sound as Popular Culture (2016, ed.), and Krieg Singen: Singing The War (2017, ed.).
- Gendered Soundscapes of India, an Introduction
- Gender and the First Sound Films in 1930s Bombay
- Becoming Sound: Tubitsinakukuru from Mt. Scott to Standing Rock
- Sounding Out! Podcast #63: The Sonic Landscapes of Unwelcome: Women of Color, Sonic Harassment, and Public Space
- SO! Reads: Licia Fiol-Matta’s The Great Woman Singer: Gender and Voice in Puerto Rican Music
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