This is an example post, showing how you should place your “Blog Posts” (short essays connecting the assigned Nettl readings with issues, people, places, and sounds in Appalachia, teaching your […]
What happens when you give an ETSU Bluegrass, Old Time, and Country Music Studies student control of a band for a semester? In this project, I attempted to […]
Setting: It was mid afternoon when I decided to stop at the microbrewery known as the Yee Haw. After completing some slight maneuvers in order to park my small […]
When considering soundscapes that one encounters daily, it is easy to overlook how intricate the minute details can be if one chooses to analyze them. When one gets in their […]
Auction houses offer an incredibly diverse sound scape, with noises ranging from animal sounds to local vernacular phrases being used in conversation. Although there could be an argument made for […]
What sounds are important, even though we don’t actively listen to them?
Is there something distinctively Appalachian about the calls to prayer in Johnson City?