Senses of Listening: Places, Sounds and Perceptions
Communication Studies Ph.D.
David Paquette is a doctoral candidate in the department of Communication Studies at Concordia University. His doctoral thesis, “Senses of Listening”, reevaluates the listening model used in communications and acoustic ecology in view of recent research in intersensoriality and the impact of communication technologies on sense ratios. His research also focuses on sensory studies, research methodology, music, and the sense of place. He is the principal research assistant for the Soundwalking Interactions research-creation project, vice-chair of the Canadian Association for Sound Ecology and member of the editorial committee for Soundscape: The Journal of Acoustic Ecology. More at www.sharawadji.org