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FW: Please post: Sounds in the City: Street Technology and Public Space CfP

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Patricia Noxolo <[log in to unmask]>

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Dear colleagues,

See below.

All the best,
Pat


Dr Patricia Noxolo,

Senior Lecturer in Human Geography

School of Geography, Earth and Environmental Sciences,

University of Birmingham,

Edgbaston,

Birmingham

B15 2TT

UK

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From: British Black Studies [[log in to unmask]] on behalf of Julian Henriques [[log in to unmask]]
Sent: 06 December 2018 12:04
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Subject: Please post: Sounds in the City: Street Technology and Public Space CfP


Sounds in the City: Street Technology and Public Space

Call for Papers, Presentations and Performances


Taking place in Naples on the weekend of 5th, 6th and 7th April 2019, Sound System Outernational 5: Sounds in the City: Street Technology and Public Space explores the wide range of issues, theories and practices located at the intersection of music, sound, technology, migration, race and the emergent politics of contemporary urban space. Across the globe the adaptation of Jamaican sound system culture has stimulated an innovative approach to sound technologies deployed to re-configure public spaces as sites for conviviality, celebration, resistance and different ways-of-knowing. In a world of digital social media, the shared, multi-sensory, social and embodied experience of the sound system session becomes ever more important and valuable. With methodologies emphasizing local participation and professional sound system practices-as-research we draw on Cultural and Postcolonial Studies, Sound Studies, Popular Music Studies, Critical Black Studies and Caribbean Critical Theory.



We welcome participation from artists, engineers, musicians, selectors, academics, activists and anyone else who participates directly or indirectly in sound system culture. Contributions can be creative, practical, or research-based. It may be in the form of a workshop, exhibition, talk, film screening, display, or demonstration. We welcome all engaging with sound system music, culture, community, gender, technology, dance, oral histories, graphics, business, marketing etc, especially from global and intergenerational perspectives. Contributions welcomed on (but not limited to)

-          Global to local adaptations of Jamaican sound culture

-          Sound, technology and gender

-          Music, technology and black diaspora

-          Sound, music and migration

-          Auditory epistemologies

-          DIY sonic cultures and technologies

-          Sonic resistance and urban space

-          Sound, identity and technology

-          Vernacular knowledge and street technology



Sounds in the City: Street Technology and Public Space is designed as a multi-layered event hosted at Università degli Studi di Napoli L’Orientale with local social movement partners. Over two days and interacting with the city of Naples in its rich academic, social, political and musical dimensions, the event includes include talks, roundtables, exhibitions and film screenings. It also features a sound system dance hosting local and international performers in some of the city’s most iconic social spaces as well as exhibitions and other events. Sound System Outernational (Goldsmiths, University of London) partners include: Sound System Culture / Lets Go Yorkshire and BASS (British Association of Sound Systems); and from Italy: University of Naples “L’Orientale”, Centre for Postcolonial and Gender Studies (Naples), Technocultures Research Unit (Naples), Scugnizzo Liberato - Laboratorio di Mutuo Soccorso,  CSOA Officina 99 and Bababoom Hi Fi Sound System.


Abstracts/ proposals/ ideas by 14th January 2018. Send one paragraph proposal to [log in to unmask]<mailto:[log in to unmask]> with the header SSO5 Proposal.



For more information go to https://www.gold.ac.uk/sound-system-outernational/









Professor Julian Henriques

Convenor MA Cultural Studies

Convenor MA Scriptwriting

Director TRU (Topology Research Unit)

Department of Media, Communications and

     Cultural Studies

Goldsmiths, University of London

Lewisham Way

London SE14 6NW



Direct line: + 44 207 919 7365

Email: [log in to unmask]<mailto:[log in to unmask]>

Skype name: julianhenriques

Office: Rm 2.24 Professor Stuart Hall

Building (PSH)


http://www.gold.ac.uk/mediacommunications/staff/henriques/

https://www.gold.ac.uk/sound-system-outernational/

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