SOUNDS OF WAR

Companion site to the book SOUNDS OF WAR: AESTHETICS, EMOTIONS AND CHECHNYA

"The music in this book is not about the authentic voices of war; it is an aesthetic addition to a soundscape of war. Songwriting and performance are acts negotiating difference. It is not my war, but my body singing." (p. 136)

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Related writings (upload)

Sounds of Silence: Reflections on Songwriting and International Relations, Critical Military Studies 2/2016, 133-136. Also as a chapter in Embodying Militarism (Routledge 2017).

Children Witnessing War: Emotions Embodied in the Theatre Play Wij/Zij. In Kia Lindroos & Frank Möller (eds.) Art as a Political Witness. Barbara Budrich Publishers (2017). 

Creativity and the Study of Emotions: A Perspective of an International Relations Scholar, Academic Quarter: Journal of Research from the Humanities 9/2014, 139-150.