Selected Publications

Across the Waves: How the United States and France Shaped the International Age of Radio (University of Illinois Press, 2017).

“At the Speed of Sound: Techno-aesthetic Paradigms in U.S.-French International Broadcasting, 1925-1942,”Technology & Culture, October 2013, Volume 54, Number 4, 888-921.

“Sounds from the Life of the Future: Making Sense of U.S. Radio Broadcasting in France, 1921-1939” in Michele Hilmes and Jason Loviglio, eds., Radio’s New Wave: Global Sound in the Digital Era. New York: Routledge, 2013, 180-193.

“The Police de l’Air: Amateur Radio and the Politics of Aural Surveillance in France, 1921-1940,” French Politics, Culture & Society 28, Spring 2010, 1-24.

“Occupied Listeners,” Susan Strasser, David Suisman, eds., Sound in the Era of Mechanical Reproduction(Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2009), 141-58.

Sounds of Reform: Progressivism and Music in Chicago, 1873-1935 (Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 2003).

“Sounds of Whiteness: Local Radio, Racial Formation, and Public Culture in Chicago, 1921-1935,” American Quarterly 54, no 1, March 2002, 25-66.

“Peddling Noise: Contesting the Civic Soundscape of Chicago,” Journal of the Illinois State Historical Society 96, no. 3, Autumn 2003, 257-87.

“‘Your Voice Came in Last Night, but It Sounded a Little Scared:’ Rural Radio Listening, Progressivism, and ‘Talking Back’ in Wisconsin, 1920-1932,” Michele Hilmes, Jason Loviglio, eds., Radio Reader: Essays in the Cultural History of Radio (New York: Routledge, 2001), 63-88.

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