I wanted to draw your attention to the latest issue of Organised Sound (Volume
8 no. 1) which deals
with issues of gender and music technology. It contains articles from folks
with a variety of backgrounds and
includes most of the experts in the field.
An important resource for a variety of courses I think!
Table of Contents:
Hannah Bosma - Bodies of evidence, singing cyborgs and other gender issues in
Georg Essl - On gender in new music interface technology
Elizabeth Hinkle-Turner - Women and music technology: pioneers, precedents,
and issues in the United States
Jo Hutton - Daphne Oram: innovator, writer, and composer
Mary Simoni - Project Lovelace: unprecedented opportunities for music education
Theda Weber-Lucks - Electroacoustic voices in vocal performance art - a gender
Anne Sivuoja-Gunaratnam - Desire and distance in Kaija Saariaho's 'Lonh'
Cindy Cox - Wounds like flowers opening: a discussion of 'Hysteria' for trombone
and four-channel tape
Andra McCartney - In and out of the sound studio
Terre Thaemlitz - GLOBULE of NON-STANDARD: an attempted clarification of globular
identity politics in
Japanese electronic 'sight-seeing music'
Taina Riikonen - Shaken or stirred - virtual reverberation spaces and transformative
gender identities in
Kaija Saariaho's 'NoaNoa' (1992) for flute and electronics
Barry Truax - Homoeroticism and electroacoustic music: absence and personal
The website for Organised Sound is:
Dr. Elizabeth Hinkle-Turner
Student Computing Services Manager
UNT Computing Center
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