New publications

Hello, friends. We're happy to announce that our soundwalking manuals and listening logs for guides are now freely available on ISSUU. Soundwalking and Soundsitting Listening Log for Guides Lydvandring og lydsitting Lyttelogg for guider

Arctic Auditories Tiny Conference

We're entering the new year with intention and reflection, and on Feb 1-2, we are gathering all our participants, guides, friends, and colleagues to join us for our Tiny Conference. We have named it a "tiny" conference not as a reference to the scale of the event, but...

Water, my companion

By Elizabeth Barron, Arctic Auditories research team member. By May 2023, we were well into Arctic Auditories. Spending all this time with colleagues focused on sound (something I have never worked on within my own scholarship) was starting to influence affect me. I...

New Project means New Notebook.

New Project means New Notebook.

Whenever I’m working on a project, I have a dedicated notebook on the go. I’m not precious about these as artefacts - at the end of each year, I type up and photograph any relevant pages before recycling. The images accompanying this post...

Different Silences

I am still far from the end of the shelf of contextual reading that I’ve been slowly assembling at ersfjordbotn.wordpress.com but some emerging themes are promising (perhaps that means they reinforce my own prejudices?!). I’ve noticed several writers describing a...

Archival Work in Arctic Auditories

One aspect of our project involves exploring archives, and my colleagues will be looking at historical and meteorological sources to achieve this. Another aspect relates to the languages that address the Arctic and others will be adapting a glossary for this and...

Arctic Reading List

Who am I reading? An Arctic Reading List by Angus CarlyleI’ve been slowly reading writings that overlap with the higher latitudes; keeping an ear open for references to sound and listening, trying to tune into how these are expressed and embracing texts that are...