Sound in History
Books in the series examine the place of sound in human experience from a historical perspective, and from the broadest range of critical, theoretical, and methodological approaches. Sound in History invites work from a diverse range of disciplinary and interdisciplinary contexts including, but not limited to, music studies, history, literary studies, and history of science; its scope is global and broadly trans-historical. The series seeks to publish work by established scholars as well as those at the beginning of their careers.
Professor of Music, King’s College London
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Walter Biggins, Editor-in-Chief