23-25 April 2017: Montreal

January 2, 2017

Autism and music event, details TBA.

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Winter 2017

January 2, 2017

I am teaching COMS 611: History/Theory/Technology and COMS 350: Sound Culture. I’m also doing a bunch of service, so travel and writing will be limited. Current writing projects include missile mail, audio mastering, a few signal processing projects, and the experience of loudness.

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23-25 March 2017: Society for Cinema and Media Studies, Chicago

January 1, 2017

Participant, panel on navigating the academic job market in the 21 century.

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Fall 2016

September 5, 2016

I am teaching COMS 411: Disability, Technology, Communication, wrapping up some grant applications, attending other writing projects as time allows and continuing research on a range of topics: missile mail, audio mastering, the future of instruments, and the experience of loudness.

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Summer 2016

July 4, 2016

I am mostly in Montreal, writing a major CFI grant for a digital humanities space at McGill with colleagues, attending to other writing projects as time allows and continuing research on a range of topics: missile mail, audio mastering, the future of instruments, and the experience of loudness.

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27 October 2016: Centre Pompidiou, Paris

February 13, 2016

L’Acoustique Architecturale, Theories, Pratiques, Cultures/Architectural Acoustics: Theories, Practices, Cultures. Details TBA.

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24-25 October 2016: University of Basel

February 13, 2016

Lecture and workshop, details TBA.

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21-22 October 2016: Max Planck Institute for the History of Science

February 12, 2016

“Testing Hearing” workshop.

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29-30 September 2016: Columbia University

February 12, 2016

Keynote, “What Is Comparative Media?” Columbia University.  Details TBA.

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28 September 2016: Triple Canopy, New York City

February 12, 2016

Short talk on “what I know about perception and media” followed by a conversation with artist Mika Tajima, moderated by Hua Hsu.

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