RESOURCE: Provoke! Digital Sound Studies

Initiated by the Soundbox Project at Duke University, Provoke! is an online collection of digital projects in sound studies that “creates a home for creative-critical projects by makers, documentary artists, and sound scholars whose work presses at the boundaries of scholarship.” Designed┬áto “privilege the auditory experience,” editors Darren Mueller, Mary Caton Lingold, and Whitney Trettien have selected projects that cover a range of experiments in audio-based scholarship:

Because of their sonically inspired, collaborative nature, many of these projects fall outside the purview of traditional academic publishing, yet each one offers a critical contribution to the ongoing dialogue about the future of sound studies and digital humanities.

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