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Our purpose is the systematic multi-disciplinary study of sound in ancient ritual, ceremonial,
​and performance spaces ​and the human experience thereof.   The reasons for this include: 
 


1.) Better understanding the evolution of language & communication: the coupling of sound & meaning

2.) Reconstructing a segment of the Past which has been silent; filling a major hole in the story of human development

3.) Exploring how societies will use sound in the future, equipped with knowledge of how they used it in the past


 

ARCHAEOLOGY, ARCHITECTURE, ANTHROPOLOGY, MUSICOLOGY, NEUROSCIENCE, PHYSICS, PSYCHOLOGY, SOCIOLOGY and more

PRESENTED BY THE PRESENTLY DEVELOPING
​INTERNATIONAL SOCIETY FOR THE STUDY OF ARCHAEOACOUSTICS
​​​​​​​​​​A United States of America ​not-for-profit 501 (c)(3) organization for research and educational outreach

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CONTRIBUTING EDITORS


Ezra Zubrow - USA/CANADA


Linda C. Eneix - USA/MALTA

Torill Christine Lindstrøm - NORWAY


​Sarah McCann - AUSTRALIA



Keith Harvey - SCOTLAND




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Free repository of information about archaeoacoustics: the study of sound in the ancient world.  For multi-disciplinary research practitioners, students and the public.

Free repository for information on Archaeoacoustics: the study of sound in the ancient world.

ASSOCIATE INSTITUTIONS


University at Buffalo, NY - USA
Department of Anthropology


University of Bergen - NORWAY

Department of Psychosocial Science


The OTS Foundation - USA & MALTA



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