Radio Fields: Table of Contents


Radio Fields:
Table of Contents

Taken from Radio Fields: Anthropology and Wireless Sound in the 21st Century, by Lucas Bessire and Daniel Fisher, with an Afterword by Faye Ginsburg at

Chapter 1 — Introduction: Radio Fields —
p.1 Lucas Bessire and Daniel Fisher

Chapter 2 — Aurality under Democracy: Cultural History of FM Radio and Ideologies of Voice in Nepal —
p.48 Laura Kunreuther

Chapter 3 — From the Studio to the Street: Producing the Voice in Indigenous Australia —
p.69 Daniel Fisher

Chapter 4 — Editing the Nation: How Radio Engineers Encode Israeli National Imaginaries —
p.89 Danny Kaplan

Chapter 5 — Reconsidering Muslim Authority: Female ‘Preachers’ and the Ambiguities of Radio-Mediated Sermonizing in Mali —
p.108 Dorothea Schulz

Chapter 6 — Community and Indigenous Radio in Oaxaca: Testimony and Participatory Democracy —
p.124 Lynn Stephen

Chapter 7 — The Cultural Politics of Radio: Two Views from the Warlpiri Public Sphere —
p.142 Melinda Hinkson

Chapter 8 — Frequencies of Transgression: Notes on the Politics of Excess and Constraint among Mexican Free Radios —
p.160 Jeffrey S. Juris

Chapter 9 — ‘Foreign Voices’: Multicultural Broadcasting and Immigrant Representation at Germany’s Radio MultiKulti —
p.179 Kira Kosnick

Chapter 10 — ‘We Go Above’: Media Metaphysics and Making Moral Life on Ayoreo Two-Way Radio —
p.197 Lucas Bessire

Chapter 11 — Appalachian Radio Prayers: The Prosthesis of the Holy Ghost and the Drive to Tactility —
p.215 Anderson Blanton

Chapter 12 — Radio in the (i)Home: Changing Experiences of Domestic Audio Technologies in Britain —
p.233 Jo Tacchi

Chapter 13 — ‘A House of Wires upon Wires’: Sensuous and Linguistic Entanglements of Evidence and Epistemologies in the Study of Radio Culture —
p.250 Debra Vidali-Spitulnik

Radio Fields: An Afterword —
p.268 Faye Ginsburg



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