Music and the Internet 1990-2020
If we study the Internet as a musical interface and a musical culture, what new things do we learn about music? Spring 2020 undergraduate seminar at NYU.
Gender, Race, and Digitality: Perspectives from Music
This Spring 2020 graduate seminar at Columbia University investigated gendered and racial formations in digital musical culture.
This Spring 2019 undergraduate course explored institutions that have sustained the field of Sound Art, from museums, across MFA programs, to scholarly work itself.
Diverse Worlds Of Music
This is a seminar for Music Majors I taught at Montclair State during Fall 2017 and Spring 2018. The course examines musical traditions from around the globe from the perspective of ethnomusicology with a special look to issues of gender, race, labor, migration, and technology.
Sexing Sound Art
This Fall 2015 upper-level undergraduate seminar was developed under the auspices of the Teaching Scholars Program of the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences at Columbia University and was supported by a curriculum development grant awarded by the Institute for Research on Women, Gender and Sexuality (IRWGS) made possible by the Heyman Center for the Humanities. The seminar, which was taught at IRWGS, emphasizes an interdisciplinary approach to sound and saw full enrollment at fifteen students, several auditors, and a wait list.
Critical Approaches to Music Technologies
I taught this summer course at the Department of Music, Columbia University in Summer 2014. The small class size allowed for the seminar to be discussion-oriented.
The Columbia Core Curriculum course surveys Western art music between the Medieval Ages and the present. I have taught this course most semesters between 2012 and 2019.