Itinerary 2009-2010

by Jonathan Sterne on 19 July 2010

2009

2-4 January, “The Algorithm of the Voice: Suzanne Vega’s ‘Tom’s Diner,'” Annual Meeting of the American Historical Association, New York City.

23 January, Two events, Department of Music, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis: Panelist on the future of sound studies and public lecture, “Is Music a Thing?”

12 February, “Is Music a Thing?” New York University.

13-14 February, “Sound Reproduction After Noise,” Listening In, Feeding Back conference, Columbia University, New York City.

20 February, “The Historical Emergence of Perceptual Coding: Listening and Noise Across Fields 1955-1979,” STS Colloquium, Stanford University

24 February, “Of MPEG, Music and Measurement,” Music/Ethnomusicology combined colloquium, University of California Los Angeles.)

2 March, “Sound Reproduction After Noise,” STS colloquium at University of California, San Diego.

7 March, “Is Music a Thing?” Keynote at UN-Music Conference, Harvard University.

3-4 April, Speaker at “Connections: The Future of Media Studies,” University of Virginia

13 April, “Sound Reproduction After Noise,” STS Colloquium at Cornell University.

21-25 May, in attendance but not presenting at the annual conference of the International Communication Association, Chicago.

9 October, “Digital Audio: A Feline History,” Communication Studies, Northwestern University, Evanston.

12 October, “The MP3 as Standard Object: Infrastructure, Software and the Politics of Media Culture,” Infrastructure lecture series, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign.

7 November, “Bell Labs’ Industrial Imperatives and the Meaning of Hearing in the 20th Century,” Annual Conference of the Modernist Studies Association, Montreal.

2010

August, Rio de Janeiro. Details TBA.

September 2010-May 2011, Fellow in Residence, Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences, Stanford University.

2010

August, Rio de Janeiro. Details TBA.

September 2010-May 2011, Fellow in Residence, Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences, Stanford University

17-18 September 2010, UCHRI Workshop on the Voice, University of California-Irvine.

11-12 November, Title TBA, “Signal Traffic: Art, Infrastructure and Geography,” University of California-Riverside

14-17 November, Attending (but not presenting at) the Annual Convention of the National Communication Association, San Francisco.

2011

28 January, keynote, digital humanities event, University of Oregon. (more into TBA)

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