Feeling out the limits of history

Women’s representation in the field of sound studies in the UK reflects a fraught history, as similarly reflected in wider Western feminist musicological discourses, where women have struggled for recognition among their male peers. Feminist theory at the end of the last century developed a critical self-reflexivity through the development of gender studies, in part […]

What’s the situation?

Feminist Frequencies is situated within an emerging field of feminist research in sound studies with a focus upon sound arts and experimental musics. The writings that will slowly populate the posts and pages of this blog will be predominantly informed by discourses of critical feminism, critical race, post-colonial and queer theories combined with feminist epistemologies […]