Papers I gave at various conferences

2021

June, 15: Bielefeld-Lund-York History Conference.
‘The Technology and Culture of Amateur Sound Recording in France and Britain, 1950-1980.’

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2020

December, 14-18: Sound Instruments, Sonic Cultures: An Interdisciplinary Conference. Should have been at the National Science and Media Museum, Bradford, but we moved the conference online due to the pandemic.
‘Field Recording, Technology, and Creative Listening.’
I had the pleasure to be part of the organising team of this conference, and it was wonderful.

December, 2-4: 4th International Congress on Ambiances: Ambiances, Alloaesthesia, Senses, Inventions, Worlds. Should have been at the University of California Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara, but it moved online due to the pandemic.
‘Field Recording, Technology, and Creative Listening.’

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2019

October 31 – November 2: Music, Sound, Place: Ethnomusicology and Sound Studies, British Forum of Ethnomusicology and Société Française d’Ethnomusicologie Joint Forum, University of London, City.
‘The Beauty in the Banal: Sound-Hunting and Creative Listening in France and the UK, 1948-1978.’

October 4: PhD Annual Conference in History, University of York.
‘The Beauty in the Banal: Sound-Hunting and Creative Listening in France and the UK, 1948-1978.’

October 1-2: In Pursuit of Sound, University of Cambridge.
‘The Beauty in the Banal: Sound-Hunting and Creative Listening in France and the UK, 1948-1978.’

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2018

April 26-27: Les écoutes du fantastique, Université de Franche-Comté, Besançon.
‘La transcommunication instrumentale : ondes radio, voix des morts et musique.’

February 28: séminaire Art, science et technologie du CRAL, EHESS, Paris.
‘Le développement d’une interface musical et gestuel dans un contexte de maladie neuro-dégénérative.’

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2017

June 28-July 1: EuroMAC 2017, Université de Strasbourg.
‘To Weave Time: the Late Music of Morton Feldman through the Example of Violin and String Quartet.’

May 11-12: aCROSS 2017, CDMC, Paris.
‘L’immobilité comme mouvement suprême: Zen et musique chez John Cage et Giacinto Scelsi.’

March 15-16: Spectralism, University of Oxford.
‘Pansonority, Spectralism and Time: the example of Limited Approximations by G.F. Haas.’

February 18-19: TAGS 2017, Bangor University.
‘To Weave Time: the Late Music of Morton Feldman through the Example of Violin and String Quartet.’

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2015

September, 24-27: 12th International Conference of Musical Theory and Analysis, Istituto Superiore di Studi Musicali Giovanni Lettimi, Rimini.
‘An Analysis of Morton Feldman’s Violin and String Quartet.’