On the Politics of Folk Song Theory in Edwardian England

Ethnomusicology 63/1 (2019), forthcoming

Vernacular Song and the Folkloric Imagination at the Fin de Siècle

19th-Century Music 42/2 (2018): 1–23

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Notes on Troubling ‘the Popular’

Popular Music 37/3 (2018): 392–414

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Mastery and Masquerade in the Transatlantic Blues Revival

Journal of the Royal Musical Association, 143/1 (2018): 173–210

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Industrial Balladry, Mass Culture, and the Politics of Realism in Cold War Britain

Journal of Musicology, 34/3 (2017): 354–390

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‘Sound Effects (O.K., Music)’:

Steve Reich and the Visual Arts in New York City, 1966–68

Twentieth-Century Music, 11/2 (2014): 217–244

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‘Fun, Yes, but Music?’ Steve Reich and the San Francisco Bay Area’s Cultural Nexus, 1962–65

Journal of the Society for American Music, 6/3 (2012): 315–348

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For an Ecological History of Twentieth-Century Music

Remixing Music Studies: Essays in Honour of Nicholas Cook, edited by Ananay Aguilar, Eric Clarke, Ross Cole, and Matthew Pritchard

London: Routledge (forthcoming)


Traversing the Great Divide? Stravinsky, Modernism, Mass Culture

Stravinsky in Context, edited by Graham Griffiths

Cambridge: Cambridge University Press (forthcoming)

‘Join That Troubled Chorus’: Nick Cave, the Bad Seeds, and the Blues

Mute Records: Artists, Business, History, edited by Zuleika Beaven, Marcus O'Dair, and Richard Osborne

New York: Bloomsbury Academic (2019)