Monthly Archives: April 2011

Mapping Sound Studies

How do the different projects everyone is working on intersect with particular approaches to the study of sound and sonic culture?  We might use this space on the blog to work through some of the theoretical questions that are emerging … Continue reading

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Fred Moten, Kimberly Benston

How does the reading of black performance as an “ongoing improvisation of a kind of lyricism of the surplus, (26)” that Moten suggests in his chapter “The Sentimental Avant-Garde,” relate to Kimberly Benston’s formulation of black music as, “at once … Continue reading

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