Conferences and Events

UPCOMING

Hearing #GaylorSwift: Queer Musical (Conspiracy) Theorizing in the Internet Age

Society for American Music Annual Conference
Tacoma, WA – June 2021

Taylor Swift Study Day: Eras, Narrative, Digital Music and Media

Virtual – 17 July 2021
Co-Organizer


POSTPONED

The Musical (Metadata) Hooks of TikTok

Listening to (Mainstream) Popular Music in 2020: Sounds and Practices
Innsbruck, Austria – May 2020

Music as Sync and Hook in the TikTok Bedroom

American Studies Association Annual Conference
Baltimore, MD – November 2020


RECENT

 

Digital Listening to the Bach Chaconne

Hochschule Luzern Szenenwechsel 2021: Re-Mix – January 2021

Music as Sync and Hook in the TikTok Bedroom

American Musicological Society Annual Conference
Virtual Conference – November 2020

Autoplaying, Unmuting, Attending: (Re)formatting the Twenty-First-Century Digital Sensorium

Society for Ethnomusicology Annual Conference
Virtual Conference – October 2020

Algorithms and Earworms: Viral Musicking and How We Got to TikTok

University of Bristol Research Seminar
Virtual Colloquium – 13 October 2020

Viral Musicking: Aesthetics and Iterations in Online Contagion

Association of Internet Researchers conference
Virtual Conference – October 2020

Music Scholarship at a Distance

March-May 2020
Co-founder and Co-organizer

The Musical (Metadata) Hooks of TikTok

PopCon 2020
(originally Seattle, WA – April 2020)
Virtual Conference – September 2020

Making Surveillance Sing: Internet Musicalizing in the Age of YouTube and the Smartphone

Like, Share and Subscribe: YouTube, Music and Cyberculture Before and After the New Decade
Lisbon, Portugal/Virtual – October 2020

(Corona)Viral Musicking: Sounding Sanitation and Social Distance from Perotin to Cardi B

Music Scholarship at a Distance
Virtual Colloquium – May 2020

Opera Goes Viral, Obviously: Operatic Novelties in the Social Media Assemblage

Opera and Popular Culture After 1900 conference
Texas Christian University – February 2020

Going Viral: Sound, Circulation, and Viral Musicking

Society for Ethnomusicology Annual Conference
Bloomington, IN – November 2019

“<loop>: Viral Musicking and the Aesthetics of Contagion” 

Colloquium in the Department of Music, Wheaton College
Norton, MA – October 2019

“I am no longer looking forward to the weekend”: Hating, Loving, Remixing “Friday”

IASPM-US Annual Conference
New Orleans, LA – March 2019

Sound On: Attention, Autoplaying Video, and the Digital Sensorium

Sound and Music in the Prism of Sound Studies Conference
CRAL/EHESS, Paris, France – January 2019

Viral Musicking

Music and the Internet Study Day
University of Oxford – December 2018

Viral Musicking; Contagious Listening

American Musicological Society Annual Conference
San Antonio, TX – November 2018

Hearing #Kaylor: Taylor Swift, Karlie Kloss, and Queer Musical Imaginings of Reputation

Fan Studies Network North America Conference
DePaul University, Chicago – October 2018

“Substance and Profundity”: Groupmuse, the Gig Economy, and Classical Music in the 21st Century

The Idea of Canon in the 21st Century Conference
Smith College, Northampton MA – September 2018

“Unmute This”: Autoplaying Video and Vernacular Media Theory

Music and the Moving Image XIII
New York University, NY – May 2018

“I am no longer looking forward to the weekend”: Hating, Loving, Remixing ‘Friday’”

Society for Cinema and Media Studies Annual Conference
Toronto, ON – March 2018

“From Pieces to Listening Practices”

Musicology in the Age of (Post)Globalization Conference
The Graduate Center of the City University of New York, NY – April 2018

“Groupmuse, the Gig Economy, and Classical Music in the 21st Century”

Society for American Music Annual Conference
Kansas City, MO – March 2018

“Viral Musicking; Contagious Listening”

Techniques of Listening Conference
University of Minnesota, MN – October 2017

Invited Respondent, “Urban Soundscape, History, and the City” panel

Music and Sound Studies Workshop
Columbia University, NY – September 2017

“Groupmuse, the Gig Economy, and Classical Music in the 21st Century”

Branding ‘Western Music’
University of Bern, Switzerland – September 2017

“Vocal Power, Vocal Pleasure, and Artifice as Authority in Beyoncé’s ‘Sandcastles'”

Feminist Theory and Music Conference
San Francisco, CA – July 2017

“‘We We We So Excited’: Hating, Loving, Remixing ‘Friday'”

Music and the Moving Image XII
New York University, NY – May 2017

BEYONCÉ: How Viral Techniques Circulated a Visual Album”

American Musicological Society
82nd Annual Meeting
Vancouver, BC – November 2016