Throughout the last year, we've seen a whole bunch of articles, projects and research about how much urban noise was reduced due to COVID-19 lockdowns. This is our 2nd episode in a series looking at the impacts of those lockdowns worldwide on sound in cities.
Today we're speaking for the 2nd time with Pamela Jordan, a researcher at University of Amsterdam, about her project looking, in a very interesting way, at how the soundscape at the Berlin Wall Memorial changed during lockdown, as it shifted from this tourist space, to a public space.
Find Pamela at the University of Amsterdam
Read Pamela's and André's paper in the Special Issue about Historical Acoustics.
Change Over Time - Sounding Heritage - https://muse.jhu.edu/issue/44786
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