Wissensgeschichte des Hörens in der Moderne
[An Epistemic History of Listening in Modernity]
Ed. by Netzwerk "Hör-Wissen im Wandel"
Aims and Scope
This interdisciplinary volume examines the epistemic status of listening in modernity, presenting thirteen case studies on the scientific, aesthetic, musical, literary, and political "knowledge of listening". The studies contribute to the historicization of key terms and hypotheses in sound studies. They also question the notion of the hegemony of the visual in the epistemic history of modernity.
- 23.0 x 15.5 cm
- viii, 386 pages
- 20 Fig.
- Type of Publication:
- Scholars (sound studies), historians, musicologists, literary scholars