Feb 172013
Shannon Mattern's profile
Shannon Mattern’s interest in sound began with her primary, secondary, and college careers as a musician; then, after graduate school, sound became a refrain in her research and teaching on mediated spaces. An Associate Professor in the School of Media Studies, she has written about architectural acoustics, sound history and politics, multimedia libraries and archives, multisensory art, and, with her colleague Barry Salmon, the history of “sound studies” at The New School. While nearly all of her courses — on media, architecture, and urban environments; media and materiality; and archives and libraries — have a sonic dimension, she occasionally teaches courses that are primarily about sound, including “Sound and Space” and “The City and Sound.” You can find her, along with all her publications and course syllabi, at wordsinspace.net
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