Selected Publications and In-Progress Works
Under Contract. Sound Relations: Alaska Native Histories of Music. In the “American Musicspheres” series, ed. Mark Slobin. Oxford University Press.
In Progress. Keywords for an Indigenized Sound Studies, co-edited with Trevor Reed.
Forthcoming 2019. “Music, Indigeneity and Colonialism in the Americas.” Journal of the Society for American Music. Special Issue, co-edited with Gabriel Solis.
2013. “A Tribalography of Alaska Native Presence in Academia.” In American Indian Culture and Research Journal 37 (3): 3–27. Special Issue, “Reducing Barriers to Native American Student Success in Higher Education: Challenges and Best Practices,” edited by Robert Keith Collins.
2012. “Pamyua’s Akutaq: Traditions of Modern Inuit Modalities in Alaska.” In MUSICultures 39 (1): 7–41. Special Issue, “Indigenous Modernities,” edited by Beverley Diamond, Kati Szego, and Heather Sparling.
2019. “Inuit Sound Worlding and Audioreelism in Flying Wild Alaska.” In Music and Modernity Among First Peoples of North America, edited by Victoria Lindsay Levine and Dylan Robinson, 174-197. Middletown: Wesleyan University Press.
2012. “Voices from the Jazz Wilderness: Locating Pacific Northwest Jazz Choir Culture.” In Jazz/Not Jazz: The Music and Its Boundaries, edited by David Ake, Charles H. Garrett, and Daniel Goldmark, 219–36. University of California Press.
Projects & Symposia
- Keywords for an Indigenized Sound Studies
- NAS 032 “Native American Music and Dance” Course Revitalization Project
- “Arctic Indigeneities, Media, and Social Justice” Symposium, March 12-14, 2015 @ the UC Davis Mondavi Center for the Performing Arts
- “Responding to Indivisible: African-Native American Lives in the Americas” Symposium, November 13-14, 2014 @ the UC Davis Student Community Center
- Department of Native American Studies Brown Bag Lecture Series