In honor of Women’s History Month, this week’s episode focuses on women in sound. Our guests, Jennifer Hyland Wang and Jenny Stoever, return to the show to discuss sound studies, the cultural politics of listening, the history of women’s voices on the airwaves and on podcasts, as well as broader issues of representation.
Jennifer Hyland Wang is an Adjunct Professor at University of Wisconsin, Madison. Jenny Stoever is Associate Professor of English at Binghamton University and Co-Founder and Editor-in-Chief of Sounding Out!: The Sound Studies Blog.
- Sounding Out!
- The Sonic Color Line: Race and the Cultural Politics of Listening, by Jennifer Stoever
- Jennifer Hyland Wang piece “Producing a Radio Housewife: Clara, Lu ‘n’ Em, Gendered Labor, and the Early Days of Radio”
- Podcast #132: Sounding Out on the Cultural Politics of Sound & Listening
- Podcast #135: Resurfacing Women’s Contributions in Podcasting History
- Podcast #186: African-American Preachers on Wax
- Podcast #250: Aimee Semple McPherson and the Early History of Radio Evangelists
- The Read
- Locatora Radio
- Sounding Out! Podcast #63: The Sonic Landscapes of Unwelcome: Women of Color, Sonic Harassment, and Public Space
- Waiting to X-hale
- Why Aren’t There More Female Producers? – A Youtube essay by Benn Jordan about women in music production
- The episode of the podcast in which a younger person tells the hosts about their thoughts on physical music – Podcast #179 – Don’t Throw Your CDs Away in 2019