Stefan Wolpe and the Avant-Garde Diaspora (Cambridge University Press, 2012)
--winner of the Lewis Lockwood Prize of the American Musicological Society for
best monograph of the year by a scholar at an early career stage.
Musical Migration and Imperial New York (University of Chicago Press, in progress)
“Enigmas of the Third Space: Mingus and Varèse at Greenwich House, 1957,” Journal of the American Musicological Society 71 (2018): 155-211.
“Ono in Opera: A Politics of Art and Action, 1960-62,” ASAP/Journal of the Present 3 (2018): 39-63.
“Translating Histories: Yoko Ono and George Maciunas,” in Out of Bounds: Ethnography, History and Music, eds. Ingrid Monson, Carol Oja, and Richard Wolf (Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 2018): 143-160.
“The Rite of Spring, National Narratives, and Estrangement,” in The Rite at 100, eds. Maureen Carr, Gretchen Horlacher, and Severine Neff, (Bloomington, IN: Indiana University Press, 2017), 129-137.
“Introduction” and “The Other Said,” in “Round Table: Edward Said and Musicology Today,” Journal of the Royal Musical Association 141 (2016): 203-205, 213-218.
“Limits of National History: Yoko Ono, Stefan Wolpe, and Dilemmas of Cosmopolitanism,” Musical Quarterly 97 (Summer, 2014): 181-237.
“Working on the Boundaries: Translation Studies, Historiography, and Robert Lachmann in Jerusalem,” in the colloquy “Musicology beyond Borders?,” Journal of the American Musicological Society 65 (Fall, 2012): 830-834.
“Diasporic Dialogues in Mid-Century New York: Stefan Wolpe, George Russell, Hannah Arendt, and the Historiography of Displacement,” Journal of the Society for American Music 6, no. 2 (April, 2012): 143-173.