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    (Bloomsbury Academic, 01.12.2023) Chattopadhyay, Budhaditya; Herzogenrath, Bernd [in: A sound word almanac]
    This almanac of sound words important to artists and scholars highlights words that expand the way we speak (and write) about sonic experiences. Why write about sound, and how? If sonic philosophy is the attempt "to think about sound by philosophical means," then a metaphilosophical debate appears almost immediately on the horizon: What is called for is an understanding about sound and language, but also about the preconditions of musical understanding. What is at stake is the question of language and sound, as well as expanding how we speak about sonic experience. This almanac tackles these questions from artistic, experimental and personal perspectives. An assemblage of nearly 70 practitioners and theoreticians, artists and scholars offer their favorite ‘sound word.’ These sound words are onomatopoetical, mythological, practical; words of personal importance to the artists and their craft; words from their memory, related to sound. Many entries are not in English – some are untranslatable – and all are accompanied by a personal, explanatory, poetic entry. These are words that have the potential to change our perspective on listening-musicking-thinking.
    04A - Beitrag Sammelband
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    Sound Practices in the Global South
    (Palgrave Macmillan, 30.11.2022) Chattopadhyay, Budhaditya
    This book develops a comprehensive understanding of the unique sound worlds of key regions in the Global South, through an auto-ethnographic method of self-reflective conversations with prominent sound practitioners from South Asia, Africa, the Middle East and Latin America. The conversations navigate various trajectories of sound practices, illuminating intricate sonic processes of listening, thinking through sounds, ideating, exposing, and performing with sound. This collection of conversations constitutes the main body of the book, including critical and scholarly commentaries on aural cultures, sound theory and production. The book builds a ground-up approach to nurturing knowledge about aural cultures and sonic aesthetics, moving beyond the Eurocentric focus of contemporary sound studies. Instead of understanding sound practices through consumption and entertainment, they are explored as complex cultural and aesthetic systems, working directly with the practitioners themselves, who largely contribute to the development of the sonic methodologies. Refocusing on the working methods of practitioners, the book reveals a tension between the West’s predominant colonial-consumerist cultures, and the collective desires of practitioners to resist colonial models of listening by expressing themselves in terms of their arts and craft, and their critical faculties. Conversations with: Clarence Barlow, Sandeep Bhagwati, Rajesh K. Mehta, Sharif Sehnaoui, Ximena Alarcón Díaz, Hardi Kurda, Mario de Vega, Luka Mukhavele, Khyam Allami, Cedrik Fermont, Khaled Kaddal, David Velez, Juan Duarte, Youmna Saba, Abdellah M. Hassak, Mariana Marcassa, Amanda Gutiérrez, Syma Tariq, Alma Laprida, Siamak Anvari, Mohamad Safa, Debashis Sinha, Zouheir Atbane, Constanza Bizraelli, Jatin Vidyarthi, Joseph Kamaru, Surabhi Saraf, Isuru Kumarasinghe, Hemant Sreekumar.
    02 - Monographie
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    Dhvāni: Resonance
    (Bloomsbury Academic, 30.12.2022) Chattopadhyay, Budhaditya; Herzogenrath, Bernd [in: Concepts: A Travelogue]
    04A - Beitrag Sammelband
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    KI als Medium und ›message‹ und die (Un-)Möglichkeit einer queeren Antwort
    (Transcript, 2022) Bruder, Johannes; Michael Klipphahn-Karge; Ann-Kathrin Koster; Sara Morais dos Santos Bruss [in: Queere KI. Zum Coming-out smarter Maschinen]
    Johannes Bruder untersucht in seinem Beitrag die konstitutiven Ein- und Ausschlüsse von autistischer Subjektivität und Kognition im Kontext von künstlicher Intelligenz. Während autistische Kognition in Fantasien von zukünftiger KI als konstitutives Anderes fungiert, waren und sind autistische Individuen essenzieller Bestandteil der kognitiven Infrastruktur von real existierender KI - ob als Testobjekte, Coder, oder Data Worker. Diese Dynamiken von Ein- und Ausschluss sind nicht neu, sondern gesellschaftlich fest verankert; autistische Aktivist*innen haben dementsprechend Strategien entworfen, sich selektiven Ein- und Ausschlüssen performativ zu entziehen. Im Text versucht Johannes Bruder diese Strategien für eine Antwort auf die Medientheorien zeitgenössischer AI fruchtbar zu machen.
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    You wasted a good crisis! Paranoia, speculation and discipline in finance
    (Wayne State University Press, 2023) Bruder, Johannes [in: Discourse. Journal for Theoretical Studies in Media and Culture]
    01A - Beitrag in wissenschaftlicher Zeitschrift