Posthuman Voice // Voice & Posthumanism: A CIVS List of Sources

In preparation for (or as an extension to, if you are coming here after the conference) the 2-day symposium ‘Posthuman Voice: Educating and Training Voices in Practices of Well-Being Together‘, we have put together a list of books, chapters, articles, blogs, interviews and other publications we have curated here at CIVS over the last few years (particularly through our work with the Journal of Interdisciplinary Voice Studies and the Routledge Voice Studies book series).

Feel free to peruse:

Barker, Paul (2015), ‘With One Voice: Disambiguating Sung and Spoken Voices through a Composer’s Experience’, in K. Thomaidis and B. Macpherson (eds), Voice Studies: Critical Approaches to Process, Performance and Experience, London & New York: Routledge, pp.xvi-xxvi.

Belgrano, Elisabeth (2016), ‘Vocalizing Nothingness: (Re)configuring Vocality Inside the Spacetime of Ottavia’, Journal of Interdisciplinary Voice Studies, 1:2, pp. 183-195. https://doi.org/10.1386/jivs.1.2.183_1

Belgrano, Elisabeth (2021), ‘Mapping the Burden of Vocality: French Seventeenth-Century Vocal Lamentations, Japanese Meditation and Somatic Intra-Action’, in Christina Kapadocha (ed.), Somatic Voices in Performance Research and Beyond, London & New York: Routledge, pp.171-184.

Bentivegna, Francesco (2017), ‘THE ART OF VOICE SYNTHESIS SYMPOSIUM, AMSTERDAM, 11–13 MAY 2016 http://www.artificialvoice.nl/: A Review’, Journal of Interdisciplinary Voice Studies, 2:1, pp.79-81. https://doi.org/10.1386/jivs.2.1.79_5

Bentivegna, Francesco (2019), ‘Becoming Robot through Voice: Training in Artificial Voices’, Theatre, Dance and Performance Training, 10:3, pp.439-447. https://doi.org/10.1080/19443927.2019.1634639

Bentivegna, Francesco (2019), ‘Computers, Humans and “Daisies”: Becoming Machine through Voice’, Theatre, Dance and Performance Training Bloghttp://theatredanceperformancetraining.org/2019/12/computers-humans-and-daisies-becoming-machine-through-voice/

Bentivegna, Francesco (2020), ‘Voice, Technology and Feminist Community: An Interview with NYX’, Journal of Interdisciplinary Voice Studies, 5:1, pp.107-113. https://doi.org/10.1386/jivs_00018_1

(see also: https://youtu.be/-8gNEp-4RVc & https://youtu.be/Ke9sjZkE0QA & https://youtu.be/wiyrp4qXTdc )

Butler, Shane (2021), ‘Animal Listening’, Journal of Interdisciplinary Voice Studies, 6:1, pp.27-38. https://doi.org/10.1386/jivs_00035_1

Cavarero, Adriana, Thomaidis, Konstantinos & Pinna, Ilaria (2018), ‘Towards a hopeful plurality of democracy: An interview on vocal ontology with Adriana Cavarero’, Journal of Interdisciplinary Voice Studies, 3:1, pp. 81-93. https://doi.org/10.1386/jivs.3.1.81_1

Edlund, Sophia & Hannigan, Barbara (2019), ‘A Singer’s Perspective on Sirens and Singing: An Interview with Coloratura Soprano/Conductor Barbara Hannigan’, Journal of Interdisciplinary Voice Studies, 4:1, pp.101-110. https://doi.org/10.1386/jivs.4.1.101_1

Edlund, Sophia (2021), ‘Humanimal Voice Pedagogy’, Theatre, Dance and Performance Training Bloghttp://theatredanceperformancetraining.org/2021/01/humanimal-voice-pedagogy/

(see also: https://sophiaannaedlund.com )

Grover Friedlander, Michal (2020), ‘Whale Wonder’, Journal of Interdisciplinary Voice Studies, 5:1, pp.29-42. https://doi.org/10.1386/jivs_00014_1

Magnat, Virginie (2020), ‘Exploring (K)new Paradigms’, in Virginie Magnat, The Performative Power of Vocality, London & New York: Routledge, pp.124-186.

Neumark, Norie (2015), ‘Enchanted Voices: Voice in Australian Sound Art’, in K. Thomaidis and B. Macpherson (eds), Voice Studies: Critical Approaches to Process, Performance and Experience, London & New York: Routledge, pp.132-145.

Roney, Matthew (2016), ‘Music in the Noise: The Acoustic Ecology of John Clare’, Journal of Interdisciplinary Voice Studies, 1:1, pp. 23-40. https://doi.org/10.1386/jivs.1.1.23_1

Thomaidis, Konstantinos (2017), Theatre & Voice, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan (pp.1-13, pp.65-74). https://www.redglobepress.com//page/detail/Theatre-and-Voice/?K=9781137552495

Thomaidis, Konstantinos (2019), ‘Between Preservation and Renewal: Reconsidering Technology in Contemporary Pansori Training’, Theatre, Dance and Performance Training, 10:3, pp.418-438. https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/19443927.2019.1645040

Thomaidis, Konstantinos (2019), ‘Listening Across’, Journal of Interdisciplinary Voice Studies, 4:1, pp.3-6. https://doi.org/10.1386/jivs.4.1.3_2

Plus, the schedule of the symposium, abstracts and presenter biographies can be found here: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1Wq2AalYGflcpOrMW0lGkiCpLmhHVxl7L/view?usp=sharing

We hope you enjoy,

The CIVS Team

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