Jarrod Sim


Jarrod Jansz Sim received his PhD in Anthropology from the Australian National University. He also holds an MA in Anthropology (UCL), and an MA in Fine Art (UAL). He was previously a tutor in Anthropology at the University of Melbourne. His doctoral project explored the relationship between sound, landscape, and movement in indigenous Taiwan. His current research maintains an ongoing interest in Austronesian sonic worlds, bridging together ethnomusicology, folkloristics, and sensory ethnography. His background in artistic and curatorial practices informs his methodological and theoretical approach to research. Recent publications include an article in Etnofoor, and a forthcoming special issue “Decolonizing the Study of Memory” in Safundi.