Cr: The New Centennial Review 18, No. 2 by Scott MichaelsenCr: The New Centennial Review 18, No. 2 by Scott Michaelsen

Cr: The New Centennial Review 18, No. 2

EditorScott Michaelsen, David E. Johnson

Paperback | December 21, 2018

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IN THIS ISSUE

Editors’ Note

Special Issue: Music & Theory: New Ontologies, Politics, and Materialities

Claire Colebrook, "Escaping Meaning, Escaping Music"

Carolyn Chen, "Parts to Sing Empty"

Jeremy Braddock and Timothy Morton, "How to Make Hyperobject Sound Art: Occupying the Electromagnetic Field with the Firesign Theatre"

Joanna Bailie, "Film Theory and Synchronization"

Holly Watkins, "On Not Letting Sounds Be Themselves"

Fabien Lévy, "Deconstructing the Grammatologies of Music: A Tool for Composing"

Jeffrey R. Di Leo, "Late Capitalism on Vinyl: Neoliberalism, Biopolitics, and Music"

Christopher Swithinbank, "Who Vibrates?"

NaomiWaltham-Smith, "A Music Worthy of the Name: Or, Agamben’s Museicology"

Ashley Fure, "Liquid Chaos"

Jean-Luc Nancy, "Variations on the Reprise"

Tatiana Catanzaro, "The Breath of Sound"

Articles
Casey R. Goonan, "Sketches of Moral Duress: On the Analytics of White Liberal Ethicality—Mediating Crisis in the U.S. National (Racial) Form"

David L. Clark, “'Can the university stand for peace?': Omar Khadr, Higher Education, and the Question of Hospitality"
Title:Cr: The New Centennial Review 18, No. 2Format:PaperbackProduct dimensions:360 pages, 9 × 6 × 1 inShipping dimensions:9 × 6 × 1 inPublished:December 21, 2018Publisher:Michigan State University PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1684300797

ISBN - 13:9781684300792

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IN THIS ISSUE Editors’ NoteSpecial Issue: Music & Theory: New Ontologies, Politics, and Materialities Claire Colebrook, "Escaping Meaning, Escaping Music" Carolyn Chen, "Parts to Sing Empty" Jeremy Braddock and Timothy Morton, "How to Make Hyperobject Sound Art: Occupying the Electromagnetic Field with the Firesign Theatre" Joanna Bailie, "Film Theory and Synchronization" Holly Watkins, "On Not Letting Sounds Be Themselves" Fabien Lévy, "Deconstructing the Grammatologies of Music: A Tool for Composing" Jeffrey R. Di Leo, "Late Capitalism on Vinyl: Neoliberalism, Biopolitics, and Music" Christopher Swithinbank, "Who Vibrates?" NaomiWaltham-Smith, "A Music Worthy of the Name: Or, Agamben’s Museicology" Ashley Fure, "Liquid Chaos" Jean-Luc Nancy, "Variations on the Reprise" Tatiana Catanzaro, "The Breath of Sound"Articles Casey R. Goonan, "Sketches of Moral Duress: On the Analytics of White Liberal Ethicality—Mediating Crisis in the U.S. National (Racial) Form" David L. Clark, “'Can the university stand for peace?': Omar Khadr, Higher Education, and the Question of Hospitality"