“Listening Beyond Sound and Life: Reflections on Imagined Music.” In The Oxford Handbook of the Phenomenology of Music Cultures, ed. Harris Berger, Friedland Riedel, and David VanderHamm. New York: Oxford University Press.
“Florida, Farewell.” AGNI 95, spring 2022, 42-53.
“Call and Response, or the Lack Thereof: Atmospheric Voices and Distributed Selves.” Sensate: A Journal for Experiments in Critical Media Practice.
"Hyperchoral Entanglements: Reflections on Voice and Environment in the Anthropocene." Public lecture.
“Did Music Cause the End of the World?” Transposition: musique et sciences sociales 9 (2020).
“Estrutas de escuta em tempo de guerra, ou quando o som é mais do que som.” (“Wartime structures of listening, or when sound is more than sound.”) In Poderes do som: Política, escuta e identidades, trans. Pedro Marra, ed.José Cláudio S Castanheira, 55-72. Florianopolis: Insular Livros.
“Decentering Music: Sound Studies and Voice Studies in Ethnomusicology.” Co-authored with Katherine Meizel. In Theory for Ethnomusicology: Histories, Conversations, Insights, ed. Harris Berger and Ruth Stone, 176-203. New York: Routledge.
“Acoustic Palimpsests.” [Revised and expanded version of “The Acoustic Palimpsest and the Politics of Listening.”] In Theorizing Sound Writing, ed. Deborah Kapchan, 46-84. Middletown, CT: Wesleyan University Press.
"Vox Libris: A Review Essay." In 20th Century Music 13, no.1: 153-165.
Listening to War: Sound, Music, Trauma, and Survival in Wartime Iraq. (New York: Oxford University Press).
"Thanatosonics: Ontologies of Acoustic Violence." Social Text 119, 32, no. 2: 25-51.
"Aural Armor: Charting the Militarization of the iPod in Operation Iraqi Freedom." In The Oxford Handbook of Mobile Music Studies, ed. Jason Stanyek and Sumanth Gopinath, 221-258. New York: Oxford University Press.
"Acoustic Palimpsests and the Politics of Listening." Music and Politics 7, no.1 (winter 2013)
"Virtual Reality as a Tool for Delivering PTSD Exposure Therapy." By Rizzo, A.A.; J. Difede; B. Rothbaum; J.M. Daughtry; and G. Reger. In Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder: Future Directions in Prevention, Diagnosis, and Treatment, ed. M. Safir; H. Wallach, and A.A. Rozzo. New York: Springer, Inc.
"Afterword: From Voice to Violence and Back Again." In Music, Politics, and Violence, ed. Kip Pegley and Susan Fast, 243-264. Middletown, CT: Wesleyan University Press.
"Belliphonic Sounds and Indoctrinated Ears: The Dynamics of Military Listening in Wartime Iraq." In Pop When the World Falls Apart: Music in the Shadow of Doubt, ed. Eric Weisbard, 111-144. Durham: Duke University Press.
"Sounding Sincerity: Thoughts on One Recitation and Two Musical Settings of Boris Ryzhhi's Verse." Russian Literature 67 no.1: 31-56.
"'Sonic Samizdat': Situating Unofficial Recording in the Post-Stalinist Soviet Union." Poetics Today 30(1) no.1: 27-65.
"Charting Courses through Terror's Wake: An Introduction." In Music in the Post-9/11 World, ed. Jonathan Ritter and J. Martin Daughtry, xix-xxxi. New York: Routledge.
"Russia's New Anthem and the Negotiation of National Identity." [Revised.] In Ethnomusicology: A Contemporary Reader, ed. Jennifer Post, 243-260. New York: Routledge.
"Thinking Through Violence," a dossier of essays by Arvind Rajagopal, Banu Bargu, Allen Feldman, Drucilla Cornell, and Mary Louise Pratt, ed. Elena Bellina, J. Martin Daughtry, Crystal Parikh, and Arvind Rajagopal. In Social Text: Periscope
Music in the Post-9/11 World, ed. Jonathan Ritter and J. Martin Daughtry. New York: Routledge.