[SoundStudies] Thurs Apr 25, 4pm - Stoeckel 210 - J.D. Connor
joseph.clarke at yale.edu
Mon Apr 22 09:11:17 EDT 2013
What sort of thing was Oral History? What were its institutional,
technological, ethical, and aesthetic foundations and breakpoints? And what
was its relationship to ideas of synchrony and delay?
This Thursday, *J.D. Connor *(Assistant Professor of Art History and Film
Studies) will share his research with the Sound Studies Colloquium.
Connor's current project is *Voiceover: Taping, Transcription, and Reality
from World War II to Watergate*. Much of his work has been focused on the
contemporary Hollywood system, and his book, *The Studios after the Studios*,
is currently at readers. He's also a member of the steering committee of
To prepare for the session, J.D. encourages us to read his brief article
"Trans-Canada Express" at
We are also optionally invited to read the classic *New Yorker* article
"Joe Gould's Secret" (http://archives.newyorker.com/?i=1964-09-19#folio=CV1
When: *Thursday, April 25, 4:00pm*
Where: *Stoeckel 210*
We hope to see you on Thursday.
Lynda Paul, Postdoctoral Associate in the Integrated Humanities
Joseph Clarke, Doctoral Candidate in Architecture
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