Kapchan, Deborah forthcoming. “Introduction: Hearing the Splash of Icarus: Theorizing Sound Writing/ Writing Sound Theory” and “Listening As Witness: Hearing the Pain (and Praise) of Others” In Theorizing Sound Writing, ed. Deborah Kapchan. LiNKS (Local and Indigenous Knowledge Systems), UNESCO Canoe Is the People: Indigenous Navigation in the Pacific. N.d. An interactive educational resource. Lorde, Audre. 1984 “Uses of the Erotic: The Erotic As Power.” Sister Outsider: Essays and Speeches. Trumansburg, NY: Crossing. N. pag. Print. Orden, K. V. 1998 “An Erotic Metaphysics of Hearing in Early Modern France.” The Musical Quarterly 82.3-4: 678-91. Web.
--Dåkot-ta Alcantara-Camacho, born and raised in Washington State, is of Chamoru (Songsong Tomhom Manggåffan Che’ yan Songsong Mongmong Manggåffan Eggeng) and Ilokano (Vigan, Ilocos Sur, Philippines) descent. A graduate fellow at Tisch School of the Arts at New York University, and First Wave Hip Hop Scholar at University of Wisconsin-Madison, AlcantaraCamacho pursues creative forms of community mobilization igniting audiences with passionate connection to indigenous issues. Co-founder of ARKiology Edutainment in 2012, an international network of indigenous pacific creatives, Dåkot-ta has produced hip hop theater shows “Buried Beneath: Bombs and Låtte,” music videos “Down for the Movement,” released an album “All Life is Sacred” and activated Lukao Fuha, a traditional Chamoru ceremony revived after 400 years.
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