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Article Fiona Amery (2022)
The disputed sound of the aurora borealis: sensing liminal noise during the First and Second International Polar Years, 1882–3 and 1932–3. Notes and Records: the Royal Society Journal of the History of Science (pp. 5-26). (/isis/citation/CBB498610775/) unapi

Article Noa Hegesh (2021)
Mind the Gap: Acoustical Answers to Cosmological Concerns in First-Century b.c.e. China. Isis: International Review Devoted to the History of Science and Its Cultural Influences (pp. 645-669). (/isis/citation/CBB852060209/) unapi

Article Owen Marshall (July 2021)
The Maniac-Making Machine: A Media History of Delayed Auditory Feedback. Technology and Culture (pp. 839-860). (/isis/citation/CBB118537584/) unapi

Article Amanda Beardsley (July 2021)
The Female Absorption Coefficient: The Miniskirt Study, Gender, and Latter-day Saint Architectural Acoustics. Technology and Culture (pp. 659-684). (/isis/citation/CBB046448549/) unapi

Article Karin Bijsterveld (2021)
Slicing Sound: Speaker Identification and Sonic Skills at the Stasi, 1966–1989. Isis: International Review Devoted to the History of Science and Its Cultural Influences (pp. 215-241). (/isis/citation/CBB388750124/) unapi

Book Edward J. Gillin (2021)
Sound Authorities: Scientific and Musical Knowledge in Nineteenth-Century Britain. (/isis/citation/CBB093436648/) unapi

Book Paul Atkinson (2021)
Amplified: A design history of the electric guitar. (/isis/citation/CBB779609846/) unapi

Thesis Jessica Manning Lovett (2021)
The Sound Culture of Space Science. (/isis/citation/CBB249381202/) unapi

Article Robert J. Simpkins (December 2020)
The Cadences of Rails: Unscheduled Stops in Tōkyō's Spaces of Flow. Transfers (pp. 212-229). (/isis/citation/CBB022184116/) unapi

Article Melle Jan Kromhout (2020)
The Unmusical Ear: Georg Simon Ohm and the Mathematical Analysis of Sound. Isis: International Review Devoted to the History of Science and Its Cultural Influences (pp. 471-492). (/isis/citation/CBB282467130/) unapi

Article Amy Cimini (2020)
We Don’t Know That We Don’t Know What a Body Can Do … , or Spinoza and Some Social Lives of Sonic Material. Intellectual History Review (pp. 465-488). (/isis/citation/CBB839291654/) unapi

Article Madeline Bourque Kearin (2020)
‘As syllable from sound’: the sonic dimensions of confinement at the State Hospital for the Insane at Worcester, Massachusetts. History of Psychiatry (pp. 67-82). (/isis/citation/CBB806434585/) unapi

Book Asma Naeem (2020)
Out of Earshot: Sound, Technology, and Power in American Art, 1860–1900. (/isis/citation/CBB230538301/) unapi

Book Adin E. Lears (2020)
World of Echo: Noise and Knowing in Late Medieval England. (/isis/citation/CBB394368465/) unapi

Article Ghosh, Arunabh (September 2019)
Commentary: New Directions in the Study of PRC-Era Science. East Asian Science, Technology and Society: An International Journal (pp. 443-448). (/isis/citation/CBB174642040/) unapi

Article Xu, Chuan (September 2019)
From Sonic Models to Sonic Hooligans: Magnetic Tape and the Unraveling of the Mao-Era Sound Regime, 1958–1983. East Asian Science, Technology and Society: An International Journal (pp. 391-412). (/isis/citation/CBB729484710/) unapi

Book Thor Magnusson (2019)
Sonic writing: technologies of material, symbolic, and signal inscriptions. (/isis/citation/CBB909967877/) unapi

Book Mack Hagood (2019)
Hush : media and sonic self-control. (/isis/citation/CBB509397953/) unapi

Thesis Amanda Beardsley (2019)
Celestial Mechanics: Technologies of Salvation in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints and American Culture. (/isis/citation/CBB556098679/) unapi

Article Grant Olwage (October 2018)
Paul Robeson's Microphone Voice and the Technologies of Easy Singing. Technology and Culture (pp. 823-849). (/isis/citation/CBB697949245/) unapi

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