Open to PhD applications in:
- Voice and Sound Studies
- Experimental Music
- Sound and Media Art
Zeynep Bulut’s research sits at the intersection of voice and sound studies, experimental music, sound and media art. Her book project, Building a Voice: Sound, Surface, Skin, theorizes the emergence, embodiment, and mediation of voice as skin. Her articles have appeared in various volumes and journals including The Oxford Handbook of Sound Art (Eds. Jane Grant, John Matthias, and David Prior, forthcoming), Perspectives of New Music, Postmodern Culture, and Music and Politics.
Her broader research interests include epistemologies and technologies of hearing and speech, affect and new materialisms, digital media and culture, deaf culture, music and medicine, and voice and speech disorders in the history of science and medicine. Alongside her scholarly work, she has also exhibited sound works, and composed and performed vocal pieces for concert, video and theatre.
Recently she has released her debut single, Eclipse, produced by Erdem Helvacioglu (Diffuse Records 2019). Her composer profile has been featured by British Music Collection. She is sound review editor of Sound Studies: An Interdisciplinary Journal, and project lead for the collaborative research initiative, Map a Voice.