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Mark M. Smith ed. 2004

Hearing History: A Reader.

Athens: Univercity of Georgia Press.



目次

  • Mark M. Smith "Introduction"

  • Sound, Thinking
    • R. Murray Schafer "Soundscapes and Earwitnesses"
    • Jaques Attali "Listening"
    • Peter Bailey "Breaking the Sound Barrier"
    • Douglas Kahn "Art and Sound"
    • Hillel Schwartz "On Noise"
    • Steven Connor "Sound and the Self"

  • Sounds European
    • Charles Burnett "Perceiving Sound in the Middle Ages"
    • Bruce R. Smith "The Soundscapes of Early Modern England"
    • Penelope Gouk "English Theories of Hearing in the Seventeenth Century"
    • Malcolm Nicolson "Having the Doctor's Ear in Nineteenth-Century"
    • James H. Johnson "Listening and Silence in Eighteenth- and Nineteenth-Century"
    • Alain Corbin "Identity, Bells, and the Nineteenth-Century French Village"

  • Sounds American
    • Eric Schmidt "Sound Christians and Religious Hearing in Enlightenment America"
    • Shane White and Graham White "Listening to Southern Slavery"
    • Charles D. Ross "Sight, Sound, and Tactics in the American Civil War"
    • Lisa Gitelman "Recording Sound, Recording, Race, Recording Property"
    • Jonathan Sterne "Preserving Sound in Modern America"
    • Raymond W. Smilor "American Noise, 1900-1930"
    • Emily Thompson "Shaping the Sound of Modernity"

  • Mark M. Smith, Mitchell Snay, and Bruce R. Smith "Coda. Talking Sound History"