Sound Studies

Policing Frequencies: The UK’s 2021 Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill and the Politics of Making Noise

Policing Frequencies: The UK’s 2021 Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill and the Politics of Making Noise

In the UK, public attention has recently been drawn to the Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill, also known as the Police Crackdown Bill. It is the latest evidence of the authoritarian nature of the country’s current Conservative government, and is part of long running efforts by the state to silence dissent and marginalised voices from public discourse.
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Listening to Race: An Interdisciplinary Workshop on Coloniality, Race, and Sound

Listening to Race: An Interdisciplinary Workshop on Coloniality, Race, and Sound

To accompany the theme of our new, first issue ‘Practices of Listening,‘ Zeno Siemens reports from this workshop exploring coloniality and race in sound, archives, listening technologies, and practices.
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