Hi Angelica,
See VELVET LIGHT TRAP Issue 51, Spring 2003 for some interesting
discussions of the "aural turn."

--On Sunday, October 17, 2004 7:07 PM -0500 Angelica Fenner
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> Hello everyone,
> I am doing some research into what I want to refer to as "the aural turn"
> in film theory, as signalled in the works of Chion, Rosolato, and the
> several anthologies on sound (Belton, et al). I am wondering whether
> anyone is aware of any literature out there that offers a
> meta-critique/assessment of this historical evolution in filmic discourse?
> And on a related topic  ... is anyone familiar with any articles that
> theorize the role of silence (aka dead space) in the talking head
> documentary form?
> Thank you, as always, Angelica Fenner
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UCLA Arts Library
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