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(The full bibliographic entries for readings on the syllabus.)

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Daughtry, J. Martin. “Acoustic Palimpsests and the Politics of Listening.” Music and Politics VII, no. 1 (Winter 2013).

———. Listening to War: Sound, Music, Trauma and Survival in Wartime Iraq, 2015.

———. “Thanatosonics: Ontologies of Acoustic Violence.” Social Text 32, no. 2_119 (Summer 2014): 25–52. doi:10.1215/01642472-2419546.

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Mara Mills. “Media and Prosthesis: The Vocoder, the Artificial Larynx, and the History of Signal Processing.” Qui Parle: Critical Humanities and Social Sciences, Fall/Winter 2012.

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———. The Sound Studies Reader. New York: Routledge, 2012.

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