I am a music historian, Core Lecturer in Music Humanities at Columbia University and Adjunct Professor at Montclair State University. My PhD is in Historical Musicology and my dissertation “Sirens/Cyborgs: Sound Technologies and the Musical Body” (2016) explores the role of the body in electroacoustic music. I write about women composers of electronic music, sound art, new media, and issues of gender, race, and labor in experimental and popular music. I have taught courses on Music of the Western classical tradition, non-Western musical practices, popular music, and sound art.
Here is a recent copy of my curriculum vitae.
lv2252 [at] columbia [dot] edu