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“Music, Racism, and Genocide,” The Cambridge Companion to Music and Fascism (Cambridge U. P.), under contract.
“Friend and Force: Nadia Boulanger’s Presence in Polish Musical Culture” (coauthored with Andrea Bohlman), Nadia Boulanger and Her World (Princeton U. P.), forthcoming.
“Entangled Lives: Rehearing the Holocaust through the Musical and Familial Ties of Occupied Warsaw,” Słuch absolutny Romana Palestra, ed. Alicja Gronau (Warsaw: Chopin University Press), forthcoming.
“Ersatz Improvisation: Chopin’s Opus 28 and the Published Prelude Collection,” in Piano Culture in 19th-Century Paris, ed. Massimiliano Sala (Turnhout: Brepols, 2015), 291–311. Pdf
Reviews and Short Publications
Review of Nadia Boulanger and the Stravinskys: A Selected Correspondence, ed. Kimberly A. Francis (U. Rochester, 2018). RMA Research Chronicle 50/1, 181–83.
Review of The Mystery of Chopin’s Preludes, by Anatole Leikin (Ashgate, 2015). Ad Parnassum: A Journal of Eighteenth- and Nineteenth-Century Instrumental Music 14/27, 149–52.
Review of Romantic Anatomies of Performance, by J. Q. Davies (U. California, 2014). Current Musicology 98, 151–55.
“Music of Nazi Germany: Strategies of Recruitment and Propaganda,” at Contemporary White Supremacy in America: What are its Links to the Nazi Past?, The Center for Jewish Civilization at Georgetown University (2019).
“Music Shorthand, or How to Capture Sound Circa 1833,” Musicology Now (2016)
“Life and Death for Music: A Polish Generation’s Journey across War and Reconstruction, 1926–53,” Cornell University (2019). Abstract.