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Elodie A. Roy
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Elodie A. Roy is a media and material culture theorist with a specialism in the history of recorded sound. She is currently a Research Fellow at Northumbria University (Newcastle), researching the history and enduring afterlife of library music production in the UK, France, and Italy as part of the Leverhulme-funded project Anonymous Creativity: Library Music and Screen Cultures in the 1960s and 1970s (PI Jamie Sexton, CI Nessa Johnston). Her research interests include the social and material history of sound recording; alternative and DIY publishing (notably fanzines); popular music and sound across media; theories and practices of material culture; archival and heritage practices in physical and digital environments. She is the author of Media, Materiality and Memory: Grounding the Groove and the co-editor (with Eva Moreda Rodríguez) of the collection Phonographic Encounters: Mapping Transnational Cultures of Sound, 1890-1945 (Routledge). Prior to joining Northumbria University, she held research and teaching positions in HEIs in the UK and Germany (including at the Glasgow School of Art, the University of Glasgow, and Humboldt University of Berlin). More information on her research and publications can be found at the following address: