In 2023 I received my PhD in Historical Musicology from New York University.

My dissertation was entitled "The Geopolitics of Voice: Sound, Music, and Language in Early American Settler Colonialism" and focused on the discourses of philology, land, law, and science in the institutions and ideologies of British-colonial and early-U.S. dispossession, from the seventeenth century to the advent of the federal boarding school system in the late nineteenth century.

Academic publications:

"Opera and Land: Settler Colonialism and the Geopolitics of Music at the Carlisle Indian Industrial School, 1879-1909," Journal of the Society for American Music (forthcoming)

"Key Term: Autonomy" in Key Terms in Music Theory for Anti-Racist Scholars, Jade Conlee and Tatiana Koike, eds. (forthcoming)

"Conjuring Abolition Phonography in A Record Album Interpretation," TDR: The Drama Review (2020)

Book reviews and alternative formats

“Why Resonance? A Response to Julie Beth Napolin’s The Fact of Resonance: Modernist Acoustics and Narrative Form (New York: Fordham University Press, 2020),” Syndicate online forum (forthcoming)

“REVIEW: Martha Feldman and Judith T. Zeitlin, editors. The Voice as Something More: Essays Towards Materiality. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2019.” Revue de musicologie (2021)

“REVIEW: Dylan Robinson, Hungry Listening: Resonant Theory for Indigenous Sound Studies. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 2020.” Current Musicology (2021)

Please feel free to contact me for copies of any of these.
Full CV available upon request.