How Audiovisual Technologies Transform the Voice-Body Relationship
Edited by Jaimie Baron, Jennifer Fleeger, and Shannon Wong Lerner
Jaimie Baron is an associate professor of film studies at the University of Alberta. She is the author of two books, The Archive Effect: Found Footage and the Audiovisual Experience of History (2014) and Reuse, Misuse, Abuse: The Ethics of Audiovisual Appropriation in the Digital Era (2020), and numerous journal articles and book chapters. She is the director of the Festival of (In)appropriation, a festival of short experimental found footage films and videos, and co-editor of the Docalogue website and book series.
Jennifer Fleeger is an associate professor in the Department of Media and Communication Studies at Ursinus College where she coordinates the program in Film Studies. She has written about the voice in two books for Oxford University Press, Sounding American: Hollywood, Opera, and Jazz and Mismatched Women: The Siren's Song through the Machine.
Shannon Wong Lerner is an affiliate at HATCH: the Mellon-funded Feminist Arts & Science Shop at UC Davis. She has written about breath, gender/sexuation, queerness, and voice in the chapter, "All of My Work is Performance: Irigarayan Methods of Breath for Dance and Voice" in Breathing with Luce Irigaray (2013). She has written and debuted a queer Asian Pacific Islander I play I Feel Bad That You Felt Bad/You Felt Bad That I Feel Bad, and an intersectional feminist operetta, No One Hurts You More Than S/Mother. She is the creator of Queer Home Meditation, an online community of LGBTQIA+ practitioners, host of the podcast The Intersection: Diverse Folx Converse, and co-hosts eFEMeral: Voice Matters. She regularly contributes her writing to open-source platforms such as Medium.
Jaimie Baron is Associate Professor of Film Studies at the University of Alberta.
Boris H. J. M. Brummans is a professor in the Département de Communication at the Université de Montréal in Canada.
François Cooren is a Professor at the Université de Montréal, Canada.
Milena Droumeva is Assistant Professor of Communication and Glenfraser Endowed Professor in Sound Studies at Simon Fraser University specializing in mobile technologies, sound studies and multimodal ethnography, with a long-standing interest in game cultures.
William Dunkel is a Doctoral Student at the University of California, Irvine in the Department of Informatics, where he focuses on games studies.
Jennifer Fleeger is an associate professor in the Department of Media and Communication Studies at Ursinus College.
Ryan Jay Friedman is an associate professor of English and the director of the Film Studies Program at The Ohio State University.
Lise Higham is a lecturer and PhD candidate in the Department of Communication of the Université de Montréal.
Sarah Kessler teaches gender and media in the Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism at the University of Southern California.
Jennifer O'Meara lectures in Film Studies at the University of St Andrews, Scotland.
Maria Pramaggiore is Professor of Media Studies and Dean of Graduate Studies at Maynooth University in County Kildare, Ireland.
Alicia Puglionesi is a historian and writer whose work explores phenomena of haunting in a disenchanted world. As an adjunct professor at Johns Hopkins and the Maryland Institute College of Art, she teaches courses that use overlooked literary genres such as sci-fi, horror, and detective fiction to provide insight into the social and cultural histories of biomedicine.
Jacob Smith is Professor in the Department of Radio-Television-Film and Director of the MA in Sound Arts and Industries at Northwestern University.
Aaron Trammel is Assistant Professor of Informatics at UC Irvine.
Shannon Wong Lerner is an affiliate at HATCH: the Mellon-funded Feminist Arts & Science Shop at UC Davis. She is the creator of Queer Home Meditation, an online community of LGBTQIA+ practitioners, and co-creator with Monifa Harris of eFEMeral: Voice Matters, a podcast about the performance of identity, voice, and femme and feminine cultures.