Acoustic Conditions of Detention

Acoustic Conditions of Detention

This blog gathers information and resources related to the research project "Acoustic Conditions of Detention", led by Dr M J Grant. The project seeks to establish guidelines and best practice to prevent abuses of detainees' rights that are related to the acoustic environment of their detention.

Keynote at the conference “Music and Medicine”, Innsbruck/online, November 2021

References for the keynote lecture by M. J. Grant entitled “Bleed a little louder: Sound, silence and music torture”.

Keynote Innsbruck


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