SCMS Special Editor
Neil Verma is a Harper-Schmidt Postdoctoral Fellow at the University of Chicago, where he teaches media aesthetics. Verma works on radio and its intersection with other media, and has taught subjects including film studies, sound, art history, literature, critical theory and intellectual history. His book, Theater of the Mind: Imagination, Aesthetics, and American Radio Drama, is published by the University of Chicago Press.
- The Top Ten Sounding Out! Posts of 2018!
- Femmes Fucking the Camera: Listening to the Sonics of Boudoir Photography
- SO! Podcast #72: Not Your Muse (Episode 1 feat. Hailey Niswanger)
- “How Many Latinos are in this Motherfucking House?”: DJ Irene, Sonic Interpellations of Dissent and Queer Latinidad in ’90s Los Angeles
- Mr. and Mrs. Talking Machine: The Euphonia, the Phonograph, and the Gendering of Nineteenth Century Mechanical Speech
Search for topics. . .
- Women-Led Radio Station Amplifies Voices of Indigenous Communities in Argentina towardfreedom.org/archives/ameri… 6 hours ago
- RT @unibcarlson: Get your ears on...or, read about what it sounds like (to think [about sound]). twitter.com/soundingoutblo… 8 hours ago
- RT @tom_western: New publication: 'Ethnomusicologies of Radio'. Introduction to special issue of Ethnomusicology Forum, co-edited with @tom… 12 hours ago