Against the Grain

Warfare’s Sonic Dimension

In war zones, both combatants and civilians must cope with, and interpret, the sounds of weaponry. While often thought of as ancillary to the violence inflicted by bombs and bullets, wartime sounds, argues Martin Daughtry, can become indistinguishable from violence itself; they can enact permanent physical and psychological damage.

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