Ghetto Soundscapes: Venice and Beyond

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By deploying the concept of Soundscape Edwin Seroussi examine the sonic experience of the Venice Getto's inhabitants, their neighbors and visitors beyond the specific category of sound called "music". He join in this endeavor recent scholarship that has stressed the sensory construction of public spaces and the relations between the senses and architecture in Renaissance Venice.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationשירת דבורה (קובץ בעריכת חביבה ישי)
Place of Publicationבאר שבע
Publisherהוצאת הספרים של אוניברסיטת בן-גוריון
ISBN (Print)9789655362794
StatePublished - 2019

IHP publications

  • IHP publications
  • Christianity -- Relations -- Judaism
  • Human ecology
  • Jews -- Europe -- History -- 14th century
  • Jews -- Europe -- History -- 15th century
  • Jews -- Europe -- History -- 16th century
  • Jews -- Italy -- Venice
  • Judaism -- Relations -- Christianity
  • Music -- Italy


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