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I am an ESRC-funded PhD candidate in Latin American Cultural Studies, supervised by Dr Ignacio Aguiló and Prof Peter Wade. My doctoral research focuses on the cultural politics surrounding aural media in Argentina from the nineteenth century until the present day, exploring in particular the ways that sound has affected Indigenous identities in the Patagonia and Pampas regions of the country.

This has required engagement with a number of complimentary fields: studies of the documentation and revitalisation of Indigenous languages, the overlaps between Indigenous, folkloric and popular sonic cultures, as well as the wider (infra)structural role of technologies for recording, reproduction and transmission of sound.

I am also interested in a variety of research methodologies with experience in both archival research and ethnography, as well as more creative and sensory methods, including the use of soundscape recordings and music as a part of research outputs.

Areas of expertise

  • F1201 Latin America (General)
  • Southern Cone
  • Indigenous Studies
  • Argentina
  • Cultural Studies
  • Sound Studies
  • GN Anthropology
  • Ethnomusicology
  • Ethnography
  • Acoustic ecology
  • GR Folklore
  • Orality
  • Popular music
  • Field recording
  • Valentina Guevara Prize

    Bradbury, Dylan (Recipient), 26 May 2022

    Prize: Prize (including medals and awards)