publications

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Books

In progress    Not as Advertised: Sociotechnical Bias & Inclusion in Digitized Music, monograph.

2022              Sex Sounds: Vectors of Difference in Electronic Music, MIT Press.

2018              Christa Brüstle and Danielle Sofer, eds., Elizabeth Maconchy: Music as Impassioned Argument.        

                        Vienna –  London – New York: Universal Edition. ISBN-10: 3702475621.

 

Peer-Reviewed Articles

2020             “Categorising Electronic Music,” Contemporary Music Review 39/2, Special Issue, “Techniques of

                        Contemporaneity,” ed. Patrick Valiquet, DOI: https://doi.org/10.1080/07494467.2020.1806628

2020              “Specters of Sex: Tracing the Tools and Techniques of Contemporary Music Analysis,” Zeitschrift der

                        Gesellschaft für Musiktheorie 17/1, Special Issue, “Music Theory and Gender Studies,” eds.

                        Cosima Linke and Ariane Jeßulat, DOI: https://doi.org/10.31751/1029

2018               “Breaking Silence, Breaching Censorship: ‘Ongoing Interculturality’ in Alice Shields’s Electronic                                     Opera Apocalypse.” American Music 36/2 (2018): 135-162. Recipient of subventions from the AMS

                        and the SMT (2017).

2018               “The Macropolitics of Microsound: Gender and Sexual Identities in Barry Truax’s Song of                                                 Songs.” Organised Sound 23/1 (2018): 80-90, doi:10.1017/S1355771817000309.

 

Invited Articles

2021                “Le sexe comme champ d’investigation: Réévaluer les outils et techniques d’analyse de la musique 

                         contemporaine,” Circuit musiques contemporaines 31/1: 13-26, Special Issue, “Quelle norme? Parole

                         queer et création musicale,” translated by Martine Rhéaume.

2018                “Death Becomes Him: Elizabeth Maconchy’s One-Act Opera The Departure,” in Elizabeth

                          Maconchy: Music as Impassioned Argument, eds. Christa Brüstle and Danielle Sofer, Universal

                          Edition.

2017                 “Strukturelles Hören?: Neue Perspektiven auf den ›idealen‹ Hörer,” in Geschichte und Gegenwart des                            musikalischen Hörens. Diskurse – Geschichente(n) - Poetiken, eds. Klaus Aringer, Franz Karl Praßl,                              Peter Revers und Christian Utz, Rombach Verlag. 

2014                 Review of “‘Platonic Rhizomes in Computer Music’: Concert and Keynote Speaker Panel at the                                        2014 joint conference of the International Computer Music Association and the Sound and Music                                  Computing Conference,” Array: The Journal of the International Computer Music

                           Association(2015-2016): 25. 

2014                 Prefaces to study scores, “Erwin Schulhoff, Symphony No. 5,” and “Ludwig Thuille, Piano Quintet,

                          Op. 20,” Repertoire & Opera Explorer. Munich: Musikproduction Jürgen Höflich. 

2010-2014    Concert notes for “Clocks in Motion” Percussion Ensemble; Chamber Music Silicon Valley; Stony

                         Brook Symphony Orchestra.

 

Conference Proceedings

2016               “Music in Transit: An Interactive Interview with Juliana Hodkinson.” The Dark Precursor: International                           Conference on Deleuze and Artistic Research, eds. Paulo de Assis and Paulo Giudici: Open-Access                               Rich-Media Proceedings, Ghent, Belgium. Best Presentation Award                                                           

                        Recipient. https://www.researchcatalogue.net/view/237890/237891

2014              “Eroticism and Time in Computer Music: Juliana Hodkinson and Niels Rønsholdt’s Fish & Fowl.”                                     “Music Technology Meets Philosophy: From Digital Echoes to Virtual Ethos,” proceedings of the

                         ICMC-SMC 2014: 40th International Computer Music Conference joint with the 11th Sound and 

                         Music Computing Conference, 14-20 September, Athens, Greece, volume 1: 148-153. 

 

Reviewer of International Publications

2019-               Oxford University Press

2017-               Music Theory Spectrum

2013-               Organised Sound: An International Journal of Music and Technology

 

National and International Research Leadership

2021-2023      Publication Awards Committee, Society for Music Theory.

2020-              Member, Editorial Board, Partisan New Music Magazine.

2020-              Member, Engaged Music Theory https://engagedmusictheory.com/

2016-2020    Co-founder and Executive Director of International and Interdisciplinary Research Alliance LGBTQ+

                           Music Study Group https://www.lgbtqmusicstudygroup.com/

2018-2019      Education Officer and Co-opted Council Member, Society for Musicology in Ireland.

2017-2019      Chair of the LGBTQ Study Group of the Royal Musical Association

2016-               Executive Director and Co-founder of International and Interdisciplinary Research Alliance                                              LGBTQ+ Music Study Groups.

2018-2021     Education Officer and Co-opted Council Member, Society for Musicology in Ireland

2017-2020    Co-Author of Performing, Experiencing and Theorizing Augmented Listening (PETAL):Interpretation

                          and Analysis of Macroform in Cyclic Musical Works, Christian Utz (PI), Universität für Musik und

                          darstellende Kunst Graz, funded by the Austrian Science Fund (FWF), €337,661.50.     

2015                Musicologist collaborator in “Parisflâneur: Binaural Audio Augmented Environment” by Martin Rumori                          exhibited and investigated within the klangräume research project (2013–2015), Gerhard Eckel (PI).

2015               “Music in Transit: An Interactive Interview with Juliana Hodkinson,” International Artistic Research                                  Project with Scenatet Ensemble (Denmark). Performances in Graz, Austria, and Ghent, Belgium.                                    Funded by SNYK Contemporary Music Denmark, The University of Music and Performing Arts Graz,                            and the Austrian Science Fund (FWF) project “Emotional Improvisation,” Deniz Peters (PI), €7,559.

 

Invited Papers

2021                “Electrosexual Music.” Book promotion, Sex Sounds. 26 May. University of York, UK.

2020               “Electrosexual Music,” Louise Hanson-Dyer Colloquium Series. Book promotion, Sex Sounds.

                          22 October. University of Melbourne, Australia.

2019                “From Anna to Annea: Cruising Lockwood’s Experimental Currents.” 26 November.

                         “Komponistinnen” series of the Zentrum für Genderforschung, Universität für Musik und darstellende

                         Kunst Graz.

2019                “Spectres of Sex: Tracing the Tools and Techniques of Contemporary Music Analysis.” 26 November.

                         “Musicology and Diversity” seminar, Zentrum für Genderforschung, Universität für Musik und

                         darstellende Kunst Graz.

2019                “Queer Stats.” 9 November, 2019. Society for Music Theory’s Queer Resource Group Business

                          Meeting. Annual meeting of the Society for Music Theory, Columbus, Ohio, USA.

2019                “Code-Switching in Electronic Music.” 20 February. Invited Seminar in Musicology Series, School of                             Music, University College Dublin.

2018                “Mastering Sex in and out of the Studio.” 2 February. Paper delivered at the Research Colloquium of                               the Department of Music, Maynooth University.

2016                “Hearing Presence in Recent Music.” 8 November. Paper delivered at the Invited Speaker Seminar                                 Series of the Department of Philosophy, Maynooth University.

2016                 Round Table speaker at international conference “Gender Studies in der Musikwissenschaft.                                             Entwicklungen, Positionen, Tendenzen,” 24-5 June. University of Music and Performing Arts Graz.

2014                “Making Sex Sound?” 27 October. Invited Lecture, Signale-Graz Soiréeat the Institute for Electronic                             Music and Acoustics, Universität für Musik und darstellende Kunst Graz.

2014                “‘Structural Listening’: The Ideal Type Revisited.” 14 May. Invited Lecture in the Music Theory                                          Colloquium, Institute for Composition, Theory of Music, History of Music, and Conducting,          

                         Universität für Musik und darstellende Kunst Graz.

2014                “‘Not a voice, not a word’: The Closing from Maconchy’s One-Act Opera The Departure.” 24-25                                   October. Invited lecture, Symposium on the music of Elizabeth Maconchy. Universität für Musik und

                           darstellende Kunst Graz.

2014                 “Juliana Hodkinson, Composer in a Networked World.” 19 May. Invited Lecture in the                                                        “Komponistinnen” series of the Zentrum für Genderforschung, Universität für Musik und darstellende                            Kunst Graz.

2014                “Convergences in Music Analysis (or, Music Theory’s Queer Complex).” Invited lecture at the Society                           for Music Theory’s Queer Resource Group Business Meeting on the topic “What happens when

                         Queer Theory + Music Theory?” 6-9 November. Annual meeting of the Society for Music Theory,

                         Milwaukee,  Wisconsin, USA.

2013                Discussant, Round Table with Annie Gosfield, „Tag für eine Komponistin,“ 9 December. Zentrum für                              Genderforschung, Universität für Musik und darstellende Kunst Graz, Austria.

 

Media Appearances and Coverage

2021               Interviewer for Alice Shields portion in podcast series, “Unsung Stories: Oral Histories of Women at    

                        Columbia’s Computer Music Center,” Ellie Hisama and Zosha Di Castri (PIs), Columbia University.

                        www.unsungstoriescmc.com

2021               Comedian at Bright Club Dublin, a science comedy hour. Virtual.

2019               Invited Speaker, Sounding the Feminists Professional Development Workshop and Filmed Interview,

                        “Writing About Music for the Public.” Dublin, Ireland.

2016               Comedian at Bright Club, a science comedy hour, Dublin Science Week. Stags Head Pub, Dublin. 

2014               Musicologist interviewed for the RTÉ Lyric FM documentary on Elizabeth Maconchy, aired 11                                           November. Dublin, Ireland.

2012               Musicologist in Residence, Chamber Music Silicon Valley.