Experimenting with "Sound and Silence": sonorous bodies, sonic selves, acoustic topographies and auditory histories of schooling

Goodman, Joyce (2017) Experimenting with "Sound and Silence": sonorous bodies, sonic selves, acoustic topographies and auditory histories of schooling. Paedagogica Historica. ISSN 0030-9230

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Abstract

This article deconstructs some of the underlying assumptions that inform projects in Paynter and Aston’s 1970 book, Sound and Silence. Foucauldian and Deleuzian technologies of power and technologies of desire are used to frame an argument that Paynter and Aston’s projects play into the fabrication of sonorous bodies and sonic selves but also provide potentialities for the creativity of the subject. Sound and silence as material-in-flux is analysed through notions of temporality and affect to argue for a context of hope in acoustic topographies and auditory histories of schooling

Item Type: Article
Additional Information: Originally delivered as a symposium paper at the 2016 ECER conference as part of the symposium Sound and Silence in History of Education
Uncontrolled Keywords: sound, silence, temporality, affect
Subjects: V Historical & philosophical studies > V990 Historical & philosophical studies not elsewhere classified
W Creative arts & design > W320 Music education/teaching
X Education > X390 Academic studies in education not elsewhere classified
Departments: Faculty of Education, Health and Social Care > Education Studies
Depositing User: Joyce Goodman
Date Deposited: 24 May 2017 07:25
Last Modified: 19 Jun 2017 10:35
URI: http://repository.winchester.ac.uk/id/eprint/615

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