Bibliography for Sound/Noise in the Gentrifying City

Bibliography for Sound/Noise in the Gentrifying City

by Jennifer Horton


Attali, Jacques. 1985. Noise : The Political Economy of Music. University of Minnesota Press.

Boren, Thomas, and Craig Young. 2017. “Artists and Creative City Policy: Resistance, the Mundane and Engagement in Stockholm, Sweden.” City, Culture and Society 8: 21–26. doi:10.1016/j.ccs.2016.05.002.

Chang, T C. 2000. “Theming Cities, Taming Places: Insights from Singapore.” Source Geografiska Annaler. Series B, Human Geography 82 (1): 35–54.

City of Toronto. 2017. “Good Neighbour Guide: Bars, Restaurants, & Entertainment Venues.” Toronto.

Evans, Graeme. 2003. “Hard-Branding the Cultural City – From Prado to Prada.” International Journal of Urban and Regional Research 27 (2): 417–40.

Hainge, Greg. 2013. Noise Matters: Towards an Ontology of Noise.

Sylvia L, personal interview by Jennie Horton in Toronto, March 2018

Novak, David, and Matt Sakakeeny. 2015. Keywords in Sound.

Power, Emma R. 2015. “Placing Community Self-Governance: Building Materialities, Nuisance Noise and Neighbouring in Self-Governing Communities.” Article Urban Studies 52 (2): 245–60.

Pratt, Andy C. 2011. “The Cultural Contradictions of the Creative City.” City, Culture and Society 2: 123–30. doi:10.1016/j.ccs.2011.08.002.

Ronco, Anna Di. 2016. “Public Drunkenness as a Nuisance in Ghent (Belgium) and Trento (Italy).” Crime, Law and Social Change 66 (1): 59–81.

Sterne, Jonathan. 2012. The Sound Studies Reader. Routledge.

Stokoe, Elizabeth, and Alexa Hepburn. 2005. “‘You Can Hear a Lot through the Walls’: Noise Formulations in Neighbour Complaints.” Discourse and Society 16 (5): 647–73.

Sykes, Jim. 2015. “Sound Studies, Religion and Urban Space: Tamil Music and the Ethical Life in Singapore.” Ethnomusicology Forum 24 (3): 380–413.

Yudice, George. 2003. The Expediency of Culture: Uses of Culture in the Global Era.

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