Jackson, David C. (2019). Rhythm Politics: Militant Sound Investigation, Tactical Media, and Listening to Los Angeles’ Public Housing Redevelopment of Aliso Village, Democratic Communiqué, Vol. 28., No. 2 2019 pp. 14–27.
Jackson, D. (2019). Repetition, Feedback, and Temporality in Two Compositions by William Basinski. Intermédialités: histoire et théorie des arts, des lettres et des techniques/Intermediality: History and Theory of the Arts, Literature and Technologies, (33).
Jackson, D. C. (2017). The Sonic Anthropocene: Dark Ecological Soundscapes in Chris Watson’s ‘Vatnajökull’. Evental Aesthetics, 6(1), 43-62.
PAPERS PRESENTED AT CONFERENCES
Pedagogy Roundtable. INTO THE AIR: An International Symposium on Communication and Media Theory. Carleton University. Communication and Media Studies, School of Journalism and Communication, January 16-17, 2020.
Are You Listening? What is it? And Why should I care About it? Ontario Library Association, Toronto, February 1, 2019.
Destroying, Dying, Screaming: Sonic Aesthetics in Alex Garland’s Annihilation. Society for Literature, Science and the Arts. Toronto, November 15-18, 2018.
Repetition, Feedback, and Temporality: The Cultural form of the Loop. Canadian Communication Association: Gathering Diversities. University of Regina, May 30-June 1, 2018.
Dark Ecologies and Sonic Fictions: Listening, Perception, and Documenting the End of the World in Chris Watson’s Weather Report. Association for the Study of Literature and Environment (ASLE) 2017: Rust/Resistance: Works of Recovery. Wayne State University, Detroit. June 20-24, 2017.
Acoustic Environmentality: Ecology as Research and the Ethico-Acoustics of the Soundscape. Canadian Communications Association. Far and Wide: The Next 150. Ryerson University, May 30 – June 2, 2017.
Militant Sound Investigation: Sound Based Research and Activist Listening. Carleton Communication Graduate Caucus 2015: Failure, Interruptions, Confrontations, and Silences. Carleton University. March 5 and 6, 2015.
Tactical Field Recording in the War Against the Poor. Union of Democratic Communications: Circuits of Struggle. University of Toronto. May 1-3, 2015.
Controlled Burn: Re-Imagining Space in Bill Dixon’s 17 Musicians in Search of a Sound. Guelph Jazz Festival Colloquium 2012: Pedagogy and Praxis: Improvisation as Social Justice and Social Responsibility. Guelph University. Panel Presentation. Improvised Placemaking: Communities in Action. September 6, 2012.
Political Sound Art: Field Recording the Capitalist City. Sound Changes: Music and Social Justice Symposium. Carleton University. Panel Presentation. The Musical Politics and Poetics of Spaces, Places and Bodies. February 24-25, 2012.
Resonant Cities: Soundscape, Space and Culture. Guelph Jazz Festival Colloquium 2010: Improvising Bodies. Guelph University. Panel Presentation. Bodily Knowledge, Cultural Memory, Public Space. September 8, 2010.
Sound/Politics: Towards a Minor History. Conference: Spaces of Violence, Sites of Resistance: Music, Media and Performance. University of Regina, International Association for the Study of Popular Music Canada. Panel Presentation, Music as Torture, Music as Shield. June 3-6, 2010.
Fabricating Soundscapes: An Exercise in Militant Sound Investigation. Conference: NCOUNTERS: Living in a World of Sound and Noise, University of Alberta, Graduate Music Students’ Association. Panel Presentation and Performance, Extending Bodies. March 5-7, 2010.