Nice mention in EJMS

A book review in the European Journal of Cultural Studies has nice things to say about my essay, "Intimate threats and intersubjective users: Telephone training films, 1927-1962," originally published in American Quarterly:

The first section, ‘Sound Technologies and Subjectivities’, includes some excellent articles on our technologised interactions with sound, some with a historical focus as in D. Travers Scott’s analysis of a set of telephone training films produced from 1927 to 1962. Though focusing on materials from the past Scott’s arguments provide a useful and lucid theorisation of the peculiar ‘intimate intersubjectivity’ of telephone conversations (pp. 46-47).

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