Jarrod Sim is a doctoral candidate at the Australian National University. His current research is an anthropologically-led study of how landscape has shaped the auditory cultures of a Paiwanese community in Taiwan. He investigates and comprehends sound as layered and is interested in its role in contemporary understandings of culture.
An ethnography of the Paridrayan soundscape
Austronesian-speaking cultures, Island Southeast Asia, Taiwan; Anthropology of sound, Ethnomusicology, Material culture; Landscapes, Nostalgia, Temporality.
2018 - Present: Australian Government Research Training Program (AGRTP) Scholarships