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  • Oral Tradition in Greece

    Sam Brown on Acoustemologies
    Works Cited Saffire, Paula, Ph.D. “Phainetai Moi” (That Man). Songs of Sappho. Web. Danek, Georg, and Stefan Hagel. DemodokusHomeric Singing – […]
    Posted April 15, 2013.
  • The Oral Tradition of Ancient Greece

    The Oral Tradition of Ancient Greece
    Sam Brown on Acoustemologies
    The oral tradition found in Ancient Greek culture is related to a theme of belonging and identity in that for centuries it was how the Greeks retained both their wisdom and distinctive society.  Although my […]
    Posted March 24, 2013.
  • The Power of Orality

    Sam Brown on Acoustemologies
    Deaf culture has become increasingly prevalent within the United States and abroad, empowering those hard of hearing or completely without it to stop viewing the loss of a sense as an impediment in life. As […]
    Posted March 14, 2013.
  • Commonality and Repetition

    Sam Brown on Acoustemologies
    After beginning ones college life, it is very easy to notice all that is perceived can be boiled down into two categories: that which is static, and that which is changing. Static perceptions can be seen as […]
    Posted February 11, 2013.
  • Frederick Douglass Soundscape

    Sam Brown on Acoustemologies
    Frederick Douglass’s “Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass” describes the world of slavery through the eyes of a man who managed to escape his chains and become a part of the movement against slavery. […]
    Posted January 26, 2013.