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Welcome to RE:SOUND, the 8th International Conference on the Histories of Media Arts 2019 - Aalborg, Denmark. RE:SOUND is part of the Media Arts Histories conference series, bringing together leading researchers, artists, and scientists on a series of interdisciplinary topics for over 14 years.

The RE:SOUND conference will take a specific interest on the theories, practices, histories, etc., of art and technology which are focusing on, concerned with, reflecting on, including, mobilising and/or working with sound as a main component or an integral part. RE:SOUND will host four days with 10 tracks of paper sessions, panels, workshops, practice-based interventions, exhibitions, performances, poster sessions, a PhD workshop and keynotes.

Dolores Inés Casillas

University of California, Santa Barbara
United States
Dolores Inés Casillas received her PhD in American Culture from the University of Michigan. Her research focuses on immigrant engagement with U.S. Spanish-language media.  She is the author of Sounds of Belonging: U.S. Spanish-language Radio and Public Advocacy (NYU Press, 2014), which received two book prizes and co-editor with María Elena Cepeda (Williams College) of the Companion to Latina/o Media Studies (Routledge Press, 2016) and co-editor with Mary Bucholtz and Jin Sook Lee (UC Santa Barbara) of Feeling It: Language, Race and Affect in Latinx Youth Learning (Routledge Press, 2018).  Sounds of Belonging had been cited in different media venues, such as, the Associated Press, Pacific Radio, ABCNEWS.COM, Buzzfeed, and National Public Radio (NPR). She is an Associate Professor in the Department of Chicana and Chicano Studies at the University of California, Santa Barbara (UCSB) where she teaches courses on Chicana/o sound practices, popular culture, and the politics of language. She is a co-chair for the Sound Studies Caucus for the American Studies Association (ASA), director of the Spanish and Bilingual Radio caucus for the Radio Preservation Task Force hosted by the Library of Congress, and a contributor to Sounding Out! A Sound Studies Blog.