My academic book and media reviews have appeared in German Studies Review and the Journal of the Society for American Music. Please see the curriculum vitae below for more information about my talks, teaching experience, publications, research areas, and more. You can find a writing sample here; it's a conference paper I presented at the 2017 IASPM-US Conference in Cleveland, Ohio. Details on my forthcoming article and book projects will appear in this space, and on my CV, soon.

I've written for Musicology Now, the official blog of the American Musicological Society; find my piece here.

I contribute album reviews for I Care if You Listen, one of the internet's finest blogs on contemporary music. I also review concerts for, Northeast Ohio's home for performance listings, previews, and all-around coverage and criticism.

"Lulu's Daughters: Portraying the Anti-Heroine in Contemporary Opera, 1993-2013," my doctoral dissertation, is available upon request. I write program notes for various Northeast Ohio performing arts organizations, and hope to have an archive of these posted here soon.

My complete teaching portfolio, updated as of May 2018, is available for download here. I also maintain "living" versions of my course syllabi online, via Google Docs. Learn more about my Spring 2018 History of Rock 'n' Roll course here.

For more information or to get in touch, you can find me on Twitter, LinkedIn, Academia, and Humanities Commons. I also use the course management system Canvas, in which my past courses and course materials are posted for users to view, download, and adapt for their own pedagogical needs.