27 Jan: “What’s In a Format?: Some New (Old) Politics of Communication Technologies,” Communication and Society Lecture, School of Journalism and Mass Communication, University of Oregon. 28 Jan: “Modulated Subjects: MP3, Telephony and the Imagined Auditor.” Keynote for University of Oregon Symposium on Digital Scholarship.
Keynote: Domesticating Noise (but not the Future of Sound Studies), “Listen Again: The Changing World of Everyday Sound, Audio and Noise.”
Attending but not presenting.
9 November, Seminar on “The MP3 as Cultural Artifact” — Department of Film and Media Studies 12 November, Participant, “Signal Traffic: Art, Infrastructure and Geography,” University of California-Santa Barbara, sponsored by the Department of Film and Media Studies and the Center for Information Technology and Society.
Participant, UCHRI Workshop on the Voice, University of California-Irvine.
“What Difference Does a Format Make? MP3, Mediality and Audibility.” Keynote lecture at Rumos da Cultura da Música: negócios, linguagens, estéticas e audibilidades (Music Culture Trends: Businesses, languages, aesthetics and audibilities). Organized by the Universidade Federal Fluminense and Globo Universidade.
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… Continue reading Itinerary 2009-2010
You’ve found the secret sterneworks staging area, where I am experimenting with abandoning textpattern for a wordpress installation just to make my life easier. Go back to sterneworks for now. KThxbye!
2006 16-24 May, Minneapolis. 25-29 May, Console-ing Passions, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. 1-3 June, “The Subject of Perceptual Coding,” Canadian Communication Association Annual Conference, Toronto. 22-25 September, “The Inaudible City,” Cité Invisible/Invisible City, Bibliothèque Nationale du Québec (Montreal). 5-7 October, “Cats and People in the Psychoacoustics Lab,” Acoustics in the Laboratory Conference, Max Planck Institute for… Continue reading Itinerary 2006-2008