About

My work broaches sound as a site where people position the body as a text to be re-read and re-cognized. The threading of the reader/listener in the phenomenological fabric of the text articulates spaces for social collusion, in which marginalized individuals contest politics of exclusion.

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Education

Ph.D., The University of Texas at Austin

Publications

Editor. Decentering the Nation: Music, Mexicanidad, and Globalization (Lanham: Lexington Books, 2020).

Playing in the Cathedral. Music, Race, and Status in New Spain. (New York: Oxford University Press, 2016).

 

Blog Posts

    Projects

    A Dangerous Echo: Sound, Literacy, and Transgression in New Spain (in progress).

    The Exhaustion of Culture. Media, Nostalgia, and the Postnational State (in preparation).

    Memberships

    Modern Language Association

    American Musicological Society

    Society for Ethnomusicology

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