The Expansive Sounds of BLM.

Talk presented at the University Bayreuth Anthropology Lecture Series (June 2022) Organised by Prof. Katharina Schramm & Dr. Nasima Selim.

This talk brings together a multi-modal approach to ethnographic inquiry through exploring sonic encounters at the Black Lives Matter demonstrations in Berlin. In doing so it reveals how sound functions at the demo and how these functions have wider repercussions, extending beyond the spatial limits of the demo challenging both State and society.  

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