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PhD, Department of Media Studies, University of Amsterdam Carolyn Birdsall

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Birdsall, C. (2016). Sound and media studies: archiving and the construction of sonic heritage. In J. G. Papenburg, & H. Schulze (Eds.), Sound as popular culture: a research companion (pp. 133-148). Cambridge, Mass.: MIT Press.

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Birdsall, C. (2016). Sound memory: a critical concept for researching memories of conflict and war. In D. Drozdzewski, S. De Nardi, & E. Waterton (Eds.), Memory, place and identitiy: commemoration and remembrance of war and conflict (pp. 111-129). London [u.a.]: Routledge.

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Birdsall, C. (2015). Can we invent a field called 'Radio Preservation Studies'? Flow: a critical forum on television and media culture (Special Issue: Radio Preservation Task Force), 21(5), 1-12.

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Birdsall, C. (2015). Die urbanen Soundscapes des Luftkriegs: Forschungsperspektiven aus Sound Studies, Geschichts- und Medienwissenschaft. Geschichte in Wissenschaft und Unterricht, 66(11/12), 681-702.

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Birdsall, C., Parry, M., & Tkaczyk, V. (2015). Listening to the mind: tracing the auditory history of mental illness in archives and exhibitions. The Public Historian, 37(4), 47-72. doi:10.1525/tph.2015.37.4.47.

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Birdsall, C. (2015). Resounding city films: Vertov, Ruttmann and early experiments with documentary sound aesthetics. In H. Rogers (Ed.), Music and sound in documentary film (pp. 20-40). New York: Routledge.

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Birdsall, C. (2014). Forum: The senses. German History, 32(2), 256-273.

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Birdsall, C. (2014). Sound. In M. Kelly (Ed.), Encyclopedia of aesthetics. Vol. 6 (2nd ed., pp. 23-27). New York: Oxford University Press.

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Birdsall, C. (2014). Sound aesthetics and the global imagination in german media culture around 1930. In D. Morat (Ed.), Sounds of modern history: auditory cultures in 19th and 20th century Europe (pp. 256-277). New York [u.a.]: Berghahn Books.

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Birdsall, C. (2013). Sonic artefacts: reality codes of urbanity in early german radio documentary. In K. Bijsterveld (Ed.), Soundscapes of the urban past: staged sound as mediated cultural heritage (pp. 129-168). Bielefeld: Transcript Verlag.

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