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2014 ASRA Conference

"Sounds Like War"
Tuesday 18th - Wednesday 19th November, 2014
National Library of Australia, Canberra, A.C.T.

This year's conference theme "Sounds Like War" explores all aspects of sound in relation to conflict, war and wartime. Further information on the conference theme will be included in the call for papers, coming soon.


2014 Conference Preliminary Program (PDF)


Call For Papers

The ASRA conference organising committee are pleased to announce a call for papers for the 2014 ASRA Conference. This year’s conference theme is “Sounds Like War”. The conference will be held at the National Library of Australia in Canberra. 

We are looking for papers that consider the history, use, cultural impact, and technology of sound and radio in wartime, conflict, and commemoration; and which highlight the importance of sound recordings and collections as primary resources for research and study.


2013 Award For Excellence - Recipient

Warren Barnett - for his outstanding contribution to Australian music heritage as an archivist and as a disc and cassette mastering engineer.


ASRA Membership

Yearly ASRA membership includes a subscription to the Australasian Sound Archive Journal . If you would like to become a member of ASRA and reserve your copy of Australasian Sound Archive, please fill out the...
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Australasian Sound Archive Journal

ASRA JournalASRA membership includes a yearly subscription to the "Australasian Sound Archive". If you would like to become a member of ASRA and reserve your copy of the Australasian Sound Archive journal, please fill out our Membership Form and join today.

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The annual journal features papers by fellow professionals in the sound and archival industries and often includes papers delivered at the ASRA annual conference.


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ASRA appreciates submissions made for inclusion within the ASA journal. All contributions are reviewed before publication. Not all submissions are published. Submissions must conform to Journal Submission Guidelines.



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