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MA, PhD, Minnesota
Critical theory, deconstruction, music and continental philosophy, theories of the voice.
Barbara Engh works on critical theories of music, the voice, and noise; critical theories of technology, recording and the archive; music and philosophy.
Frankfurt School critical theory, poststructuralist theory, the voice in cultural theory, cultural history and cultural studies.
(1999) “After 'His Master's Voice'”, New Formations. 38: 54-63.
(1996) “Parallax(Editorship)”, Parallax.
(1999) “Of Music and Mimesis”, In: O'Neill M (eds.) Adorno, Culture and Feminism. Sage Press, London. 161-173
(1994) “Adorno and the Sirens: Telephono-graphic Bodies”, In: Dunn L; Jones N (eds.) Embodied Voices: Female Vocality in Western Culture. Cambridge University Press. 120-135
PhD & Postdoctoral Supervision
I am willing to supervise PhDs on the following topics:
Critical theory, poststructuralist theory, critical musicology.
Aaron Levy: ‘The protection papers: borders and boundaries’: submission date 2010. Co-supervised with Eric Prenowitz
Peter Kilroy: ‘Reading the writing machine: inscription, loss and the ethnographic imagination of A.C. Haddon’: submission date 2011
Emily Morris: ‘The relationship between the inhuman and the human as situated in language’: submission date 2011. Co-supervised with Eric Prenowitz
David Ronalds: ‘Showing hands: the legibility of the collective and the dream of the manifesto’: submission date 2013. Co-supervised with Eric Prenowitz
Agniezska Janowska: ‘Sustained discharges: the significance of bodily fluids in modern western culture’: submission date 2013. Co-supervised with Eric Prenowitz
Tina Richardson: ‘A post-historical schizo-cartography of the University of Leeds’: submission date 2013. Co-supervised with Claudia Sternberg