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On Indigenous Cultures and Archival Materials
Gottlieb, Peter. “Archivists and the Challenge of Cultural Property.” Plenary Address, April 29, 2010, Western Roundup (Seattle).

“Protocols for Native American Archival Materials.” Northern Arizona University. Web. Accessed 3 Mar. 2012.

Task Force to ReviewProtocols for Native American Archival Materials “Report of the SAA Task Force to Review the Protocols.” The Society of American Archivists. 2008. Web. Accessed 3 Mar. 2012.

Roy, Loriene and Alonzo, D. “Perspectives on Tribal Archives,” The Electronic Library 21 (5) (2003): 422-427.

Underhill, Karen. “Protocols for Native American Archival Materials,” RBM: A Journal of Rare Books, Manuscripts, and Cultural Heritage 7 (2) (2006): 134-145.

On Critical Listening and Sound Studies
Bernstein, Charles. “Introduction.”In Close Listening: Poetry and the Performed Word. Oxford University Press, 1998: 3-26. Print.

Davidson, Michael. “‘By ear, he sd’: Audio-Tapes and Contemporary Criticism.” Credences 1.1: (1981): 105-120.

Morris, Adalaide (ed.). Sound States: Innovative Poetics and Acoustical Technologies. The University of North Carolina Press, 1998. Print.

Tsur, Reuven. “What Makes Sound Patterns Expressive.” In What Makes Sound Patterns Expressive?: The Poetic Mode of Speech Perception. Duke University Press, 1992: 1-110. Print.

Rodgers, Tara, ed. “Introduction.” Pink Noises: Women on Electronic Music and Sound. Duke University Press Books, 2010: 1-23. Print.

Sterne, Jonathan. “Techniques of Listening.” The Audible Past: Cultural Origins of Sound Reproduction. Durham, NC: Duke University Press, 2003: 87-136. Print.

On Infrastructure Development in the Digital Humanities
Borgman, Christine L. “The Digital Future is Now: A Call to Action for the Humanities.” digital humanities quarterly 3:4 (Fall 2009). Accessed August 31, 2011.

Clement, T., Tcheng, D., Auvil, L., Capitanu, B. Monroe, M. “Sounding for Meaning: Using Theories of Knowledge Representation to Analyze Aural Patterns in Texts” (under review).

Drucker, Johanna. “Blind Spots.” Chronicle of Higher Education. Chronicle of Higher Educ., 3 Apr. 2009. Web 3 March 2012.

Flanders, Julia. “The Productive Unease of 21st-century Digital Scholarship.” digital humanities quarterly 3:3 (2009). Accessed 24 Feb. 2012.

On Music Information Retrieval and Visualization
Agustin A. Araya (2003). The Hidden Side of Visualization. Techne: Research in Philosophy and Technology 7 (2):74-119.

Bernstein, Charles “Making Audio Visible: Poetry’s Coming Digital Presence.” In Attack of the Difficult Poems: Essays and Inventions. University Of Chicago Press, 2011: 107-119. Print.

Downie, J. Stephen. Music information retrieval (Chapter 7). In Annual Review of Information Science and Technology 37, ed. Blaise Cronin, 295-340. Medford, NJ: Information Accessed 24 Feb. 2012.

Drucker, Johanna. “Humanities Approaches to Graphical Display.” Digital Humanities Quarterly 5.1 (2011): n. pag.

Sterne, Jonathan. “Conclusion: Audible Futures.” The Audible Past: Cultural Origins of Sound Reproduction. Durham, NC: Duke University Press, 2003: 335-351. Print.

On Linguistics
Bolinger, D. (1989). Intonation and its uses : melody in grammar and discourse / Dwight Bolinger. Stanford, Calif. : Stanford University Press, 1989.
Bolinger defines four principal intonation patterns for English. He argues that intonation is directly affective.

Ladefoged, P. (2005). Vowels and consonants : an introduction to the sounds of languages / Peter Ladefoged. Malden, MA : Blackwell Pub., 2005.

And includes sound files for the book and links to sounds of the world’s languages.

Basic introduction to sounds of language. Covers describing vowel space and reading spectrograms.

On Sound Preservation
Bernstein, Charles. “The art of Immemborabiliy” In Attack of the Difficult Poems: Essays and Inventions. University Of Chicago Press, 2011: 91-105. Print.

Council on Library and Information Resources and the Library of Congress. “Sound Recording Collections: An Overview of Preservation and Public Access in the Twenty-first Century.” In The State of Recorded Sound Preservation in the United States: A National Legacy at Risk in the Digital Age. National Recording Preservation Board of the Library of Congress. Aug. 2010: 9-65. Accessed 24 Feb. 2012.

Sterne, Jonathan. “Audile Technique and Media.” The Audible Past: Cultural Origins of Sound Reproduction. Durham, NC: Duke University Press, 2003: 137-286. Print.

Sterne, Jonathan. “A Resonant Tomb.” The Audible Past: Cultural Origins of Sound Reproduction. Durham, NC: Duke University Press, 2003: 287-333. Print.

On Poetry and Sound Studies

Sieburth, Richard. “The Sound of Pound: A Listener’s Guide.” PennSound. University of Pennsylvania. Web. Accessed 28 Jan 2013.

Our Participants Have Also Cited

Acrey, B.P.  Navajo History to 1846: The Land And The People. Shiprock, NM: Department of Curriculum Materials Development Central Consolidated School District No. 22, 1982.

Barber, John. “Walking-Talking: Flaneurs, Soundscapes, and the Creation of Mobile Narratives.” In Digital Storytelling and Mobile Media: Narrative Practices with Locative Technologies, edited by Jason Farman. New York: Routledge Press, awaiting publication.

Berry, Susan and Brill de Ramirez.  Native American Life-History Narratives.  Albuquerque, NM: University of New Mexico Press, 2007.

Christen, Kim. “Access and Accountability: The Ecology of Information Sharing in the Digital Age.” Anthropology News April (2009) 4-5.

Christen, Kim. “Archival Challenges and Digital Solutions in Aboriginal Australia.” SAA Archaeological Recorder 8.2 (2008): 21-24.

Christen, Kim. “Does Information Really Want to Be Free?: Indigenous Knowledge and the Politics of Open Access.”  The International Journal of Communication 6 (2011): 2870-2893.

Christen, Kim. “Opening Archives: Respectful Repatriation.” American Archivist 74 (2009): 185-210.

Cook, William H. “A Grammar Of North Carolina Cherokee.” PhD diss., Yale University, 1979.

Feeling, Durbin and William Pulte. Cherokee-English Dictionary. Talequah: Cherokee Nation of Oklahoma, 1975.

Hennessey, Michael. “From Text to Tongue to Tape: Notes on Charles Bernstein’s 1-100.” English Studies in Canada December (2008).

Hennessey, Michael. “Life, Spliced: on the Early Recorded Work of Charles Bernstein.” In The Salt Companion to Charles Bernstein, edited by William Allegrezza. London: Salt Publishing, 2012.

Hennessey, Michael. “An Imperfect Diamond: The National Pastime Transfigured in Ted Berrigan and Harris Schiff’s Yo-Yo’s with Money.” Interval(le)s Fall/Winter (2008/2009).

Hennessey, Michael. “Poetry by Phone and Phonograph: Tracing the Influence of Giorno Poetry Systems.” In Audiobooks, Literature, and Sound Studies, edited by Matthew Rubery. New York: Routledge, 2011.

Hennessey, Michael. “Two Future Binaries.” Journal of Electronic Publishing 14.2 (2011).

Hennessey, Michael. “Without Precedent: Daisy Aldan and A New Folder.” In Poetry in 1960: A Symposium. Philadelphia: Jacket2, 2011.

Iverson, Peter.  Diné: A History Of The Navajos. Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, 2002.

King, Duane H. “A Grammar And Dictionary Of The Cherokee Language. PhD diss., University of Georgia, 1975.

Kramer, Michael J. The Republic of Rock: Music and Citizenship in the Sixties Counterculture. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2013.

Laub, Dori, Ben Miller, and Petra Schweitzer. “The Art of Survival: A Conversation with Dori Laub.” Reading On: A Journal of Theory and Criticism Fall (2006).

Lloyd, Annemaree. “Guarding Against Collective Amnesia? Making Significance Problematic: An Exploration Of Issues.” Library Trends 56.1 (2007): 53-65.

Miller, Ben. “06.213: Attacks with Knives and Sharp Instruments // Quantitative Coding and the Witness to Atrocity.”  Leonardo: the Journal of the International Society for the Arts, Sciences and Technology 45.1 (2011).

Miller, Ben. “125 Frames Per Second: Synchronized Networks of Play and the First-Person Shooter.” Annals of Scholarship: Art Practices and the Human Sciences in a Global Culture Fall (2013).

Miller, Ben. “Documenting Change in Points of Contact.” In Media Res September (2011).

Miller, Ben. “Ralph Baer: Guns & TV Games.”  In Immigrant Entrepreneurship: German-American Business Biographies, 1720 to the Present.  German Historical Institute, 2013. Forthcoming.

Miller, Ben. “Reading the World of Big Data.”  Annals of Scholarship: Art Practices and the Human Sciences in a Global Culture Spring (2013).

Montgomery-Anderson, Brad. “A Reference Grammar Of Oklahoma Cherokee.”  PhD diss., University of Kansas, 2008.

Mooney, James.  “Myths of the Cherokee.” Nineteenth Annual Report of the Bureau of American Ethnology (1900): 1897-98.

Mooney, James and Frans M. Olbrechts. The Swimmer Manuscript: Cherokee Sacred Formulas And Medicinal Prescriptions. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Government, 1932.

Nykolaiszyn, Juliana. “Oral History and Social Networks: From Promotion to Relationship Building.” In Oral History In The Digital Age edited by D. Boyd, S. Cohen, B. Rakerd, & D. Rehberger. Institute of Library and Museum Services, 2012.

Nykolaiszyn, Juliana. “Preserving Born-Digital Oral Histories.” In Preserving Local Writers, Genealogy, Photographs, Newspapers and Related Materials edited by C. Smallwood & E. Williams. Lanham, MD: Scarecrow Press, 2012.

Park, T. H., Ben Miller, Ayush Shrestha, Sagmi Lee, Jonathan Turner, and Alex Marse. “Citygram One: Visualizing Urban Acoustic Ecology.”  Digital Humanities Quarterly. Forthcoming.

Peake, Bryce. “Atomic Imaginings And Internal Enemies At The Toronto Zombie Walk.” AnthropologyNow 2.2 (2010): 65-73.

Peake, Bryce. “He Is Dead, And He Is Going To Die: A Feminist Psychosemiotic Reflection On Men’s Embodiment of Metaphor In A Toronto Zombie Walk.” Journal of Contemporary Anthropology 1.1 (2010): 49-71

Peake, Bryce. “Language, Listening, And Colonialism On Main Street, Gibraltar.” Communication & Critical/Cultural Studies 9. 2 (2012): 171-190.

Peake, Bryce. “Memory, Mediascape, And Temporal Circulation In Urban Space; Or, How Landscapes Were Never As Linear As We Thought They Weren’t.” Student Anthropologist 2: 5-8.

Peake, Bryce. Review of Electronic Elsewheres, edited by Chris Berry, et al. Information Society 27.4 (2011): 273-276.

Said, Edward. Culture And Imperialism. New York: Knopf, 1993.

Sherwood, Kenneth. “Elaborative Versionings: Characteristics of Emergent Performance in Three Print/ Oral/Aural Poets.” Oral Tradition, Center For Studies in Oral Tradition, University of Missouri-Columbia 21.1 (2006).

Sherwood, Kenneth. “Ethnopoetics.” In A Companion to American Poetry: Volume 2, edited by Burt Kimmelman, Temple Cone, Randall Huff. New York: Facts on File, 2007.

Sherwood, Kenneth. “Transcription [Cecilia Vicuña].” In Spit Temple: The Selected Performances of Cecilia Vicuña, edited by Rosa Alcala, 299-309. New York: Ugly Duckling Press, 2012.

Sherwood, Kenneth. “Cardinal Formants: Emplacement, Tangence, Witness, Rapt.” In Spit Temple: The Selected Performances of Cecilia Vicuña, edited by Rosa Alcala, 310-314. New York: Ugly Duckling Press, 2012.

Tahmahkera, Dustin. “Custer’s Last Sitcom: Decolonized Viewing of the American Sitcom ‘Indian’.” American Indian Quarterly 32.3 (2008): 324-351.

Tahmahkera, Dustin. “‘An Indian In A White Man’s Camp: Johnny Cash’s Indian Country Music.” In Sound Clash: Listening to American Studies, edited by Kara Keeling and Josh Kun. Baltimore: The Johns Hopkins University Press, 2012.

Tahmahkera, Dustin. “Pop Cultural Representations of American Indians.” In Handbook of American Indian History. Oxford: Oxford University Press. Forthcoming.

Tahmahkera, Dustin. Tribal Televisions: Decolonized Viewing, Sitcoms, and Indigeneity. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press. Forthcoming.

Uchihara, Hiroto. “High Tone In Oklahoma Cherokee.” International Journal Of American Linguistics 75.3 (2009): 317-336.

Worcester, Samuel A.  “Cherokee Alphabet.” Cherokee Phoenix 1.1 (1828): 4.

Worcester, Samuel A.  “Cherokee Language: Answers to Professor Rafinesque’s Questions.”  Cherokee Phoenix 1.25 (1828): 2.


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