SELECTED SCHOLARLY ARTICLES AND BOOK CHAPTERS:
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“Afterword: Sound Pedagogy,” The Auditory Culture Reader 2.0, eds. Michael Bull and Les Back, 453-457. New York: Bloombury, 2016.(pdf coming)
(coauthored with Dylan Mulvin) “Scenes from an Imaginary Country: Test Images and the American Color Television Standard,” Television and New Media 17:1 (January 2016): 21-43. The preferred version is the Scalar version linked to in the title. The .pdf version is here.
“The Example: Some Historical Considerations,” Between the Humanities and the Digital, eds. David Theo Goldberg and Patrik Svensson, 17-33. Cambridge: MIT Press, 2015. (pdf coming)
“Space Within Space: Artificial Reverb and the Detachable Echo,” Grey Room 60 (Summer 2015): 110-131.
“Reflections on the MP3 Format: Interview with Jonathan Sterne,” Geert Lovink, Computational Culture #4 (November 2014): (http://computationalculture.net/article/reflections-on-the-mp3-format).
(coedited with Dylan Mulvin) “Media Hot and Cold,” Feature Special Section of the International Journal of Communication, Volume 8 (2014).
(coauthored with Dylan Mulvin) “The Low Acuity for Blue: Perceptual Technics and American Color Television,” Journal of Visual Culture 13:2 (August 2014): 118-138.
“What Do We Want? Materiality! When Do We Want It? Now!” In Media Technologies: Essays on Communication, Materiality and Society, eds. Tarleton Gillespie, Kirsten Foote and Pablo Boczkowski, 119-128. Cambridge: MIT Press, 2014.
(now available as an e-book via The Annenberg Press)
(coauthored with Mitchell Akiyama) “‘The Recording that Never Wanted to be Heard’ and Other Stories of Sonification.” In The Oxford Handbook of Sound Studies, eds. Trevor Pinch and Karin Bijsterveld, 544-60. New York: Oxford University Press, 2011.
“James Carey and the Resistance to Cultural Studies in North America Cultural Studies 23:2 (March 2009): 283-286.
(coauthored with Jeremy Morris, Michael Brendan Baker and Ariana Moscote Freire) “The Politics of ‘Podcasting,’” Fibreculture #13 (July 2008).
“Out With the Trash: On the Future of New Technologies.” In Residual Media, ed. Charles Acland, 16-31. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 2007.
“Media or Instruments? Yes.” Offscreen 11:8-9 (Aug/Sept 2007).
(coauthored with Emily Raine) “Command Tones: Digitization and Sounded Time,” First Monday 11:9 (September 2006).
“What’s Digital in Digital Music?” In Digital Media: Transformations in Human Communication, eds. Paul Messaris and Lee Humphreys, 95-109. New York: Peter Lang, 2006.
“The Historiography of Cyberculture.” In Cyberculture Studies: Current Terrains, Future Directions, eds. David Silver and Adrienne Massanari, 17-29. New York: New York University Press, 2006.
“Urban Media and the Politics of Sound Space,” in “Sound in Art and Culture,” a special issue of Open: Cahier on Art and the Public Domain #9 (Fall 2005): 6-15.
(coauthored with Carol Stabile) “Using Women as Middle Men: The Real Promise of ICTs,” Feminist Media Studies 3:3 (Fall 2003): 364-368.
“Cultural Policy Studies and the Problem of Political Representation.” The Communication Review 5:1 (Spring 2002): 59-89.
“The Computer Race Goes to Class.” In Race In Cyberspace, eds. Beth Kolko, Lisa Nakamura, and Gilbert Rodman, 191-212. New York: Routledge, 2000.
“Going Public: Rock Aesthetics in the American Political Field.” In Sound Identities:Popular Music and the Cultural Politics of Education, eds. Cameron McCarthy, Glenn Hudak, Sylvia Allegretto, Paula Saukko, and Shawn Miklaucic, 289-315. New York: Peter Lang, 2000.
“Television Under Construction: American Television and the Problem of Distribution 1926-1962.” Media, Culture and Society 21:3 (July 1999): 503-530.
“Thinking the Internet: Cultural Studies vs. The Millennium.” In Doing Internet Research, ed. Steve Jones, 257-288. Thousand Oaks: Sage, 1998.
“Sounds Like the Mall of America: Programmed Music and the Architectonics of Commercial Space.” Ethnomusicology 41:1 (Winter 1997): 22-50.
2011-12 Flow Column
“A Step Toward Fixing Peer Reviews: Sign Them,” guest post, Antenna
Selected Essays in Bad Subjects