Men Hearing Women in Medicean Florence (in progress)
Francesca Caccini at the Medici Court, Music and the Circulation of Power (University of Chicago Press, 2009).
- 2010 Book Award, Society for the Study of Early Modern Women
Select Recent Articles:
Foreward, Ellen Koskoff, A Feminist Ethnomusicology (Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 2014), in press
"This Song Is For You," Colloquy on Musicology and Sexuality, JAMS 2013, in press
"He Said, She Said? Men Hearing Women in Medicean Florence," in Olivia Bloechl, Melanie Lowe and Jeffrey Kallberg, eds. Changing the Subject: Difference in Music Scholarship (Cambridge, 2014). in press
Gender, Politics, and Gender Politics in La liberazione di Ruggiero," in Christine Fischer and Irene Minder-Jeanneret, eds, Zwischentone -- Musik und Diversitat (Basel, 2014), in press
"Indarno chiedi...': Clorinda and the Interpretation of Monteverdi's Madrigali amorosi e guerrieri," in Beth Glixon et al, eds, Word, Image and Song: Essays in Honor of Ellen Rosand, vol. 1 (Rochester: University of Rochester Press, 2013), 117-144.
"An acoustemology of detention in the "global war on terror,'" in Music, Sound and the Reconfiguration of Public and Private Space, ed. Georgina Born (Cambridge, 2013), 275-291.
"Across an Invisible Line: A conversation about Music and Torture," Grey Room 42 (2010), 6-21.
"Musicology, Torture, Repair", Fifth Column radical musicology 3 (2008)
"'You are in a place that is out of the world": Music in the Detention Camps of the 'Global War on Terror,'" Journal of the Society for American Music 2/1 (2008), 1-26; reprinted in Transpositions 4 (2014)