27 October 2016: Centre Pompidiou, Paris

February 13, 2016

L’Acoustique Architecturale, Theories, Pratiques, Cultures/Architectural Acoustics: Theories, Practices, Cultures. Details TBA.

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24-25 October 2016: University of Basel

February 13, 2016

Lecture and workshop, details TBA.

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21-22 October 2016: Max Planck Institute for the History of Science

February 12, 2016

“Testing Hearing” workshop.

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29-30 September 2016: Columbia University

February 12, 2016

Keynote, “What Is Comparative Media?” Columbia University.  Details TBA.

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28 September 2016: Triple Canopy, New York City

February 12, 2016

Short talk on “what I know about perception and media” followed by a conversation with artist Mika Tajima, moderated by Hua Hsu.

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5-6 May 2016: John Hopkins University

February 12, 2016

Keynote, “Sound Matters” conference.  Details TBA.

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21 April 2016: Harvard University

February 12, 2016

Annual History of Science Lecture: “Audile Scarification: Notes on the Normalization of Hearing Damage.” I’ll be around Cambridge for a week doing various things at Harvard and MSR.

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7-8 April 2016: Bard College

February 12, 2016

“Sound in Theory, Sound in Practice” conference.

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23 November-18 December 2015: Max Planck Institute for the History of Science, Berlin

June 9, 2015

I will be a guest scholar at the Max Planck Institute as part of the “Epistemes of Modern Acoustics” working group led by Viktoria Tkaczyk.  I will also participate in the “Testing Hearing” working group.

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16-20 November 2015: Paris

June 9, 2015

In Paris for talks and press appearances to promote the publication of The Audible Past in French (they’re still working out the title as I type, but it’s got Histoire de la modernité sonore in there somewhere.  More details as they happen, but there will probably be a public talk on the 20th. MP3 is due to appear in 2016.

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