Tricia Wang, of Ethnography Matters (a fantastic blog about all things ethnography), asked me to participate in the group’s “Summer Reading” series. The series is basically a bunch of interesting researchers, some of whom identify as ethnographers, writing about what books they’re reading this summer and why they’re reading them. The jury’s still out on whether I’m an “interesting researcher” but the above link is my contribution.
Add to that list some recent additions (i.e., added after I submitted my post), and you have my summer reading list:
Zizek’s “Welcome to the Desert of the Real”
Salome Voegelin “Listening to Noise and Silence: Toward a Philosophy of Sound Art”
(Critical Theory and Sound!)