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Music and Technology book coverNaomi André

“Expanding the tradition: The Factotum celebrates Black joy, merges influences, and widens our view of what opera can be.” Lyric Opera of Chicago stagebill. February 2023.

“Interlocking Themes: American Music, Race, and Music Scholarship.” American Music 40, no. 4 (2022): 453-458.

La Traviata’s Ways of Love.” Seattle Opera stagebill. May 2023.

The Factotum Transports Figaro to Chicago’s South Side.” Opera News. February 2023.

Andrea Bohlman

“Next Time Won’t You Sign With Me: Joan La Barbara on Sesame Street.” Tempo 76, no. 301 (2022): 50–60.

“2022 Charles Seeger Lecture: Philip V. Bohlman,” Society for Ethnomusicology Newsletter (September 2022).

Annegret Fauser

“Rethinking Women’s Music-Making through the Lens of Human Flourishing.” In Music and Human Flourishing, edited by Anna Harwell Celenza, 160–74. New York: Oxford University Press, 2023.

Michael Figueroa

“Post-Tarab: Music and Affective Politics in the US SWANA Diaspora.” Ethnomusicology 66, no. 2 (2022): 236–63.

Anna Gatdula

“Working Collectively: Thoughts toward a Better Music Studies from the Project Spectrum Graduate Student Committee.” American Music 40, no. 4 (2022): 444-452.

Recesses cover artMark Katz

Music and Technology: A Very Short Introduction. New York: Oxford University Press, 2022.

Jocelyn Neal

“Listening Beyond the Record: The Judds’ ‘John Deere Tractor’.” In Analyzing Recorded Music: Collected Perspectives, edited by William Moylan, Lori Burns, and Mike Alleyne, 216-228. New York: Routledge, 2023.

“Cowboys on a Beach: Summer Country and the Loss of Working-Class Identity.” In Whose Country Music?, edited by Paula Bishop and Jada Watson, 116-129.  New York: Cambridge University Press, 2023.

Lee Weisert

Recesses. New Focus Records, 2023.

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