Monday, March 16, 2009

Conference Papers and Invited Talks

  • "Audiovisual Nodes of Musical Destruction." Institute for Advanced Studies Music and Sound Studies Collaborative. University of Minnesota Twin Cities. (February 24, 2014). Minneapolis, MN. 
  • "Music and Representation at the Violent Edge of Empire." Music, Race, Empire Research Circle. University of Wisconsin-Madison. (January 31, 2011). Madison, WI.
  • "Ethnomusicology and Human Rights." Invited panel respondent to "Cross-Disciplinary Conversations I. Sustained Engagement: Anthropology, Community Collaboration and Human Rights." Society for Ethnomusicology Annual Meeting. (November 11-14, 2010). Los Angeles, CA.
  • "Music, Aesthetics, and the Technologies of Online War." American Anthropological Association Annual Meeting. (December 2-6, 2009). Philadelphia, PA.
  • "Music, Aesthetics, and the Technologies of Online War." Midwest Chapter, Society for Ethnomusicology. (May 15–16, 2009). Minneapolis, MN. [Winner of JaFran Jones Award for best student paper].
  • "Pitfalls in the Study of Music and Violence." Roundtable Participant. Society for Ethnomusicology. (October 25-28, 2008). Middletown, CT.
  • "Banal Militarism and Online Musical Culture." Society for Ethnomusicology. (October 25-28, 2007). Columbus, OH.
  • "Toward an Ethnomusicology of Violence." National Graduate Conference for Ethnomusicology: New Directions in Music. (July 7-9, 2006). Cambridge, U.K.
  • "Teenage Kicks: The Meanings of John Peel." Merging Methodologies 3. Of Global Concern: Communications and Media Research. (February 11, 2006). Madison, WI.
  • "Max Roach's Politics of Sound." Improvising America: KU Interdisciplinary Jazz Studies Colloquium. (March 3, 2005). Lawrence, KS.
  • "Lone Voices: Solo Improvisation and Vocality". 2004 Guelph Jazz Colloquium. (September 8, 2004). Guelph, Ontario, Canada.

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