RECENT & UPCOMING PRESENTATIONS
Biomediations: on the auditory horizon of the body. Society for Literature, Science, and the Arts (SLSA) Annual Meeting. Tempe, Arizona, USA. (November 9-12, 2017).
Sound and Semiosphere. Society for Social Studies of Science (4S) Annual Meeting. Boston, USA. (August 30-September 2, 2017).
Sensing the animal sound: Bioacoustics and the science of compressed listening. Animal Utterance. University of Bristol, UK. (May 25, 2017).
The new soundscape cartographers. The Idea of Place: Space & Culture 20th Anniversary Conference. University of Alberta. (May 7, 2017).
Chk-a-dee-dee-dee and other lines of flight. Prentice Institute Brown Bag Lecture Series. University of Lethbridge. (April 7, 2017).
Vallee, Mickey. (Forthcoming). Sounding species: The science of listening in bioacoustics research. Theory, Culture & Society. (DOI: 10.1177/0263276417727059).
Vallee, Mickey. (Forthcoming). Incorporeal transformations in truth and reconciliation: A posthuman approach to transitional justice. In Posthumanisms Through Deleuze. Edited by Christine Daigle and Terrance McDonald. Indiana University Press.
Vallee, Mickey. (2017). Possibility, performance, politics: On the voice and transformation. parallax. 23/3: 330-341.
Vallee, Mickey. (2017). Technology, embodiment, and affect in voice sciences: The voice is an imaginary organ. Body & Society. 23/2: 83-105.
Vallee, Mickey. (2017). Giving account of the voice-of-encounter: Anecdotes from the Occupy movement. The Sociological Review. Online First (DOI: 10.1177/0038026116681442).
Vallee, Mickey. (2017). The rhythm of echoes and echoes of violence. Theory, Culture & Society. 34/1: 97–114.
Vallee, Mickey. (2016). Hearing voice: A theoretical framework for truth commission testimony. Law & Critique. 27/1: 45-61.
Vallee, Mickey (2015). Truth Commission Discourse and the Aesthetics of Reconciliation. Law, Culture & The Humanities. Online First (DOI: 10.1177/1743872115603665).
Vallee, Mickey. (2015). The take and the stutter: Glenn Gould's time synthesis. Deleuze Studies 9/4: 558-577.
Vallee, Mickey. (2015). 'More than a feeling …': Classic rock fantasies and the musical imagination of neoliberalism. Culture, Theory, and Critique 56/2: 245-262.
Vallee, Mickey. (2015). Rancid Aphrodisiac: Subjectivity, Desire, and Rock 'n' Roll. London and New York: Bloomsbury (Continuum).
Vallee, Mickey. (2014). A little piece of the reel: Record production and the surplus of prosthetic vocality. In Žižek and Media Studies: A Reader. Edited by Matthew Flisfeder and Louis-Paul Willis. Basingstoke, UK: Palgrave Macmillan, 103-114.
Vallee, Mickey. (2014). Glenn Gould's The Idea of North: The Cultural Politics of Benevolent Domination. TOPIA: Canadian Journal of Cultural Studies 32/1: 21-41.
Vallee, Mickey & Rob Shields (Eds.). (2013). Demystifying Deleuze: An Introductory Assemblage of Crucial Concepts. Ottawa, ON: Red Quill Books.
Vallee, Mickey. (2013). 'Say Rawr!': Lyotard, Deleuze, and the Refrains of Wesley Willis. Cultural Politics 9/2: 188-202.
Vallee, Mickey. (2013). The Media Contingencies of Generation Mashup. Popular Music and Society. 36/1: 76-97.
Vallee, Mickey. (2011). Flat Disc Phonographs and the Injunction of the Second Master. Journal of Historical Sociology 24/3: 245-265.
Vallee, Mickey (2011). From disease to desire: The afflicted amalgamation of music and nostalgia. In Ecologies of Affect: Placing Nostalgia, Desire, and Hope. Edited by Tonya K. Davidson, Ondine Park, and Rob Shields. Waterloo, ON: Wilfrid Laurier University Press, 85-101.
2016-2018. Vallee, M. Bioacoustics and Citizen Science in an age of Environmental Uncertainty. Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada, Insight Development Grant ($54,598)
2017. Vallee, M. (PI) and Shields, R. The Idea of Place: Space & Culture 20th Anniversary Conference. Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada, Connection Grant. ($23,281)
2017-2020. Daigle, C. (PI), Dolgert, S., Åsberg, C. Kilbourn, R. and Vallee, M. Posthumanism Research Network. Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada, Partnership Development Grant ($198,000)