The Human Voice: An Interdisciplinary Study An investigation of the human voice through a broad range of disciplinary perspectives. Students consider the various manners in which voice use and the vocal apparatus are studied and understood by experts in anatomy, physiology, sociology, anthropology, acoustics, phonetics, psychology, history, marketing, education, and performing arts. Broad themes encourage students to integrate theoretical, experiential, and empirical viewpoints. Student observations of voice use, laboratory exercises in speech analysis, and creative final projects rely on firsthand consideration of the voice as a principal channel of human communication and expression. Distribution Requirements: QR, SP.