2016 "Vox Libris: A Review Essay." In 20th Century Music 13, no.1: 153-165.
2015 Listening to War: Sound, Music, Trauma, and Survival in Wartime Iraq. (New York: Oxford University Press).
2014 "Thanatosonics: Ontologies of Acoustic Violence." Social Text 119, 32, no. 2: 25-51. Click here to read
2014 "Aural Armor: Charting the Militarization of the iPod in Operation Iraqi Freedom." In The Oxford Handbook of Mobile
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2013 "Acoustic Palimpsests and the Politics of Listening." Music and Politics 7, no.1 (winter 2013) Click here to read
2013 "Virtual Reality as a Tool for Delivering PTSD Exposure Therapy." By Rizzo, A.A.; J. Difede; B. Rothbaum; J.M.
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2012 "Afterword: From Voice to Violence and Back Again." In Music, Politics, and Violence, ed. Kip Pegley and Susan Fast,
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2012 "Belliphonic Sounds and Indoctrinated Ears: The Dynamics of Military Listening in Wartime Iraq." In Pop When the
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2010 "Sounding Sincerity: Thoughts on One Recitation and Two Musical Settings of Boris Ryzhhi's Verse." Russian
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2009 "'Sonic Samizdat': Situating Unofficial Recording in the Post-Stalinist Soviet Union. Poetics Today 30(1) no.1:
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2007 "Charting Courses through Terror's Wake: An Introduction." In Music in the Post-9/11 World, ed. Jonathan Ritter
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2006 "Russia's New Anthem and the Negotiation of National Identity." [Revised.] In Ethnomusicology: A Contemporary
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2011 "Thinking Through Violence," a dossier of essays by Arvind Rajagopal, Banu Bargu, Allen Feldman, Drucilla Cornell,
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2007 Music in the Post-9/11 World, ed. Jonathan Ritter and J. Martin Daughtry. New York: Routledge.