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Article Eleanor Chan (2023)
Scrollwork: Visual Cultures of Musical Notation and Graphic Materiality in the English Renaissance. Journal of Medieval and Early Modern Studies (pp. 347-377). (/isis/citation/CBB063018026/) unapi

Article Yuen Chee Wai; En-Chieh Chao (2023)
Bioacoustics as Forms of Resistance: Growing Mycelium Instruments and Mushroom Communication in a High-Tech City-State. East Asian Science, Technology and Society: An International Journal (pp. 105-110). (/isis/citation/CBB627288892/) unapi

Book Patrizio Barbieri (2023)
Tuning and Temperament: Practice vs Science. 1450-2020. (/isis/citation/CBB826943267/) unapi

Book Giulia Vannoni (2023)
Il canto della scienza. Come il teatro musicale interpreta Galileo, Einstein e gli altri. (/isis/citation/CBB642140726/) unapi

Article Simone Turchetti (2023)
Representing noise: stacked plots and the contrasting diplomatic ambitions of radio astronomy and post-punk. British Journal for the History of Science (pp. 225-245). (/isis/citation/CBB881861566/) unapi

Thesis Heather E. Woodson-Gammon (2023)
Why the Whales Sing: Music, American Science, and the Genesis of the Cetacean Voice. (/isis/citation/CBB274749620/) unapi

Article Amparo Fontaine (2023)
Ancient harmony for a new order. Mesmerism, music and Timaeus of Locri. Laboratorio dell'ISPF (pp. 1-25). (/isis/citation/CBB052727305/) unapi

Article Frank Mondelli (October 2022)
Beautiful Sounds, Beautiful Life: Cultivating Musical Listening through Hearing Aids in 1950s Japan. Technology and Culture (pp. 1057-1077). (/isis/citation/CBB357602162/) unapi

Article Yuki Mitsuhira (2022)
Shūzō Kure’s essay on psychotherapy including music in twentieth-century Japan (1916). History of Psychiatry (pp. 364-373). (/isis/citation/CBB556234662/) unapi

Article Abirlal Gangopadhyay; J. S. R. Prasad (2022)
Therapeutic elements of music in ancient India: a brief review in Bṛhattrayī. Indian Journal of History of Science (pp. 78-86). (/isis/citation/CBB373654738/) unapi

Article Annekatrin Skeide (January 2022)
Music to My Ears: A Material-semiotic Analysis of Fetal Heart Sounds in Midwifery Prenatal Care. Science, Technology and Human Values (pp. 517-543). (/isis/citation/CBB433803030/) unapi

Book Peter Pesic (2022)
Sounding Bodies: Music and the Making of Biomedical Science. (/isis/citation/CBB221059639/) unapi

Book Fabio Bellissima (2022)
La scala musicale: una storia tra matematica e filosofia. (/isis/citation/CBB817825244/) unapi

Article Shannon Draucker (2022)
Music Physiology, Erotic Encounters, and Queer Reading Practices in Teleny. Victorian Literature and Culture (pp. 141-172). (/isis/citation/CBB672329835/) unapi

Article Martin Schneider (2022)
Von der Musik zur Astronomie. Die Geschwister William und Caroline Herschel (From music to astronomy. The siblings William and Caroline Herschel). Naturwissenschaftliche Rundschau (pp. 538-547). (/isis/citation/CBB894984103/) unapi

Article Clifford J. Cunningham; Barbara Bacik Case (2021)
The Seven Sisters: a Pleiades cantata. Journal of Astronomical History and Heritage (pp. 345-362). (/isis/citation/CBB437661567/) unapi

Book Kyle Devine; Alexandrine Boudreault-Fournier (2021)
Audible Infrastructures: Music, Sound, Media. (/isis/citation/CBB955990647/) unapi

Chapter Zengjian Guan; Xiaoyuan Jiang (2021)
Zenghouyi’s Bells and the Ancient Chinese Rhyming. In: The Origins of Sciences in China: History of Science and Technology in China Volume 1 (pp. 449-470). (/isis/citation/CBB118691258/) unapi

Article Ronald Broude (2021)
Ballard, Lully, and the Books that Helped Change How We Think about Music. Book History (pp. 297-319). (/isis/citation/CBB452291576/) unapi

Chapter Lauren Flood (2021)
The Sounds of Zombie Media: Waste and the Sustainable Afterlives of Repurposed Technologies. In: Audible Infrastructures: Music, Sound, Media. (/isis/citation/CBB653338194/) unapi


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