Registration now open for Inertia: A Conference on Sound, Media, and the Digital Humanities
Inertia: A Conference on Sound, Media, and the Digital Humanities
Co-hosted by Echo: A Music-Centered Journal, The Digital Humanities Working Group at UCLA, and Ethnomusicology Review, Inertia gathers scholars from a wide range of disciplines to discuss topics related to sound, media, and the Digital Humanities. The conference features panels on augmented reality, soundscapes, record production, voice, pedagogy, and more, with keynote addresses by Jonathan Sterne (McGill University) and Kiri Miller (Brown University). The full program is available on the conference website.
The conference is free to attend; those who register by Monday, April 27 will receive personalized delegate badges. Visit our Eventbrite page for registration information and directions.
We look forward to seeing you there!
The Inertia Conference Committee