|Post:||Professor of Sound Studies (Media and Film, Centre for Material Digital Culture)|
|Other posts:||Co-Director (Centre for Material Digital Culture)|
|Subject Head of Media Studies (School of Media, Film and Music)|
|Location:||Silverstone Edb 335|
|International:||+44 1273 678788|
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Head of Media and Cultural Studies
Community and Business
Advisory Board: Portalplayer. California.
Consultant: Sound Strategies. London.
Core member: Future Trends Forum. European think-tank funded by Bankinter. Spain.
Member: Wired Sussex.
Mobile comminication technologies and their use, Music and sound in urban culture. New directions in Critical Theory (The Frankfurt School), sensory experience and methodologies.
He is also the founding and managing edotor of the journal Senses and Society published by Berg.
Michael teaches undergraduate courses in: Music and Media, Media, Technology and Everyday Life, Media and Power, MA courses in The Political Economy of the New Media and the core course in Media and Cultural Studies..
Bull, Michael (2013) Space, morality and experience: sensory training and the media from 1920 to 2000. Soundeffects. ISSN 1904-500X
Bull, Michael (2012) The end of flanerie. In: Throughout : art and culture emerging with ubiquitous computing. MIT Press, Cambridge MA, pp. 151-162. ISBN 9780262017503
Bull, Michael (2004) Automobility and the power of sound. Theory, Culture and Society, 21 (4-5). pp. 243-259. ISSN 0263-2764
- Monday 10:00-11:00
- Tuesday 11:00-12:00