Environmental media, environmental humanities, game studies, sound studies
early modern drama; theater history; performance studies; gender studies and feminist theory; sound studies; game studies.
19th Century American Literature, Women’s and Gender Studies, Sound Studies
Transnational Americas, Popular Culture, Cultural Studies, comic books, music, collection, sound studies, identity
intermediality, visual culture, sound studies, word and music, alterity, Margaret Mead, Ruth Benedict, Edward Sapir, poetry
20th-century American literature, poetry and poetics, sound studies, post-1945 US culture and media, library and information studies
Race and the Post-Civil Rights U.S. South, Hip Hop Culture, Satire/Humor, Race and Sound Studies, American Popular Culture
I am a Lecturer in French Film at the University of Bristol. I am currently working on a book project that explores ‘listening spaces’ in contemporary French and Francophone documentaries, with a focus on the documentary convention of the filmed interview. Part of this project is particularly concerned with works by the Belgian filmmaker Chantal Akerman. Other research interests that dovetail with this project include sound studies, musicology and listening, queer studies, and feminist queer theory and intersectionality. My first monograph Godard and Sound: Acoustic Innovation in the Late Films of Jean-Luc Godard was published by I.B.Tauris in 2017 and explores the relationship of sound to vision in cinema and in turn our relationship as spectators with the audiovisual in a selection of post-1979 films by Jean-Luc Godard.
I’m Eric Detweiler, Assistant Professor of Rhetoric & Composition in Middle Tennessee State University’s Department of English. I recently earned a PhD in English with a specialization in rhetoric and writing from The University of Texas at Austin. My primary research project focuses on the intersections of rhetoric and writing pedagogy, classical and contemporary rhetorical theory, and rhetorical ethics. In addition, I teach and study digital rhetoric and multimodal composition, especially as they relate to sound studies and sonic rhetorics.
18th and 19th century German literature, gender studies, performance studies, intersections of music/sound and literature