Distinguished Lecture Series: Jennifer Lynn Stoever
Distinguished Lecture Series: Jennifer Lynn StoeverThursday, June 7th, 2018
Conrad Prebys Music Center Recital Hall
The Distinguished Lectures Series continues with the presentation of: Jennifer Lynn Stoever, author of The Sonic Color Line: Race and the Cultural Politics of Listening.
Professor Stoever will present: "Listening to Racism in the United States, or Why Sound Matters".
Please click on the image on the left for Dr. Stoever's full biography.
Jennifer Lynn Stoever received her PhD in American Studies and Ethnicity from USC. Her dissertation, “The Contours of the Sonic Color-Line: Slavery, Segregation, and the Cultural Politics of Listening” was a 2007 finalist for the American Studies Association Dissertation Prize. She serves on the editorial boards of Sound Studies and Social Text. She has published in Social Text, Social Identities, Sound Effects, American Quarterly and Radical History Review among others; most recently her article “Fine-Tuning the Sonic Color-line: Radio and the Acousmatic Du Bois“ was published in Modernist Cultures and is the featured online article of the issue. During 2011-2012, she was a fellow at The Society for the Humanities at Cornell University, participating in the research group on Sound: Culture, Theory, Politics.
Currently Associate Professor at SUNY Binghamton, Jennifer teaches courses on African American literature, sound studies, and race and gender representation in popular music. She also is the project coordinator for the Binghamton Historical Soundwalk Project, a multi-year archival, civically-engaged art project designed to challenge how Binghamton students and year-round residents hear their town, themselves, and each other. She is Co-Founder and Editor-in-Chief for Sounding Out!: The Sound Studies Blog and her book The Sonic Color Line: Race and the Cultural Politics of Listening was published by New York University Press in 2016.Facebook Event | View Google Map | Add to Google Calendar