Focus and Scope
SoundEffects. An Interdisciplinary Journal of Sound and Sound Experience is a peer-reviewed online journal that brings together a plurality of theories, methodologies, and historical approaches applicable to sound as both mediated and unmediated experience. The journal primarily addresses disciplines within media and communication studies, aesthetics, musicology, comparative literature, cultural studies, and sociology. In order to push the border of interdisciplinary sound studies into new areas, we also incourage contributions from disciplines such as psychology, health care, architecture, and sound design. As the only international journal to take a humanities-based interdisciplinary approach to sound, SoundEffects respons to the increasing global interest in sound studies in the past decade.
Peer Review Process
Articles published in SoundEffects are submitted to a double-blind peer review procedure. The editors of each issue moderate and supervise the review process, and authors are able to follow each step of it.
Open Access Policy
This journal provides immediate open access to its content on the principle that making research freely available to the public supports a greater global exchange of knowledge.
International Advisory Board
Nicholas Cook, Professor of Music, University of Cambridge
Antoine Hennion, Professeur à Mines-Paristech, directeur de recherche au Centre de Sociologie de l'Innovation, Paris,
Lydia Goehr, Professor Lydia Goehr, Department of Philosophy, Columbia University.
Christoph Cox, Associate Professor of Philosophy at Hampshire College.
Kathleen Higgins, Professor of Philosophy, University of Texas, Austin.
Phillip Tagg, Universities of Huddersfield and Salford.
Michael Bull, Dr. Media and Film Studies, University of Sussex.
Annabel J. Cohen. Annabel J. Cohen, Ph. D. Professor of Psychology, University of Prince Edward Island.
Steven Connor, Professor of Modern Literature and Theory, Birkbeck College London.
Douglas Kahn, National Institute for Experimental Arts
University of New South Wales, Sydney.
Soundeffects does not take any charge for submission, reveiw or publishing of articels.
The articles are stored via the backup services of The Royal Danish Library
- Danish Research Council of Humanities