Sounds of Reform: Progressivism and Music in Chicago, 1873–1935

Author: Derek Vaillant
Published: 2003
University of North Carolina.

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Journal Articles
At the Speed of Sound: Techno-aesthetic Paradigms in U.S.-French International Broadcasting, 1925-1942

(October 2013) Technology & Culture, Volume 54, Number 4, 888-921.

Sounds from the Life of the Future: Making Sense of U.S. Radio Broadcasting in France, 1921-1939

(2013) in Michele Hilmes and Jason Loviglio, eds., Radio’s New Wave: Global Sound in the Digital Era. New York: Routledge, 180-193.

The Police de l’Air: Amateur Radio and the Politics of Aural Surveillance in France, 1921-1940

(Spring 2010) French Politics, Culture & Society 28, no. 1, 1-24.

Occupied Listeners: The Legacies of Interwar Radio for France During World War II

(2010) in Susan Strasser and David Suisman, eds., Sound in the Era of Mechanical Reproduction. University of Pennsylvania, 141-158.

Que Sais-Je? Problèmes dans la formation de la radiodiffusion en France et aux États-Unis, 1921-1937

(2008) ed. Jean-Jacques Cheval and Bernard Wuillème, La radiodiffusion aux tournants des siècles, Lyon: Deale Editions, 65-76.

The City as a Space of Communication: Hamburg and Chicago as Media Metropolises

(2006) ed. Claudia Schnurmann and Iris Wigger, Tales of Two Cities/Stadtgeschichten aus Hamburg und Chicago, Atlantic Culture Series Band 2, Lit Verlag, 153-164.

Sounds of Whiteness: Local Radio, Racial Formation, and Public Culture in Chicago, 1921–1935

(March 2002) American Quarterly 54, no. 1, 25-66.