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Bill Bahng Boyer

Bill Bahng Boyer, LMJ26 audio curator. Email: william.b.boyer@dartmouth.edu. Bahng Boyer is an adjunct lecturer at Dartmouth. He received a doctorate in music in 2014 from New York University, where he conducted ethnographic and historical research on public listening practices in the New York City subway system. He holds a master’s degree in critical studies and experimental practices from the University of California, San Diego, for work juxtaposing rhetorical applications of experimentalism in avant-garde musical histories with the challenges of performing tecnobanda on and across the U.S.-Mexico border. His multimedia article “A Curious Circumstance of the iPod Shuffle” appeared in the peer-reviewed journal Mediascapes in 2007, and other essays on music, the subway and mobile sound technologies have appeared in the Grove Dictionary of American Music, the Sage Encyclopedia of Urban Studies and the Oxford Handbook of Mobile Music Studies.

Books

Journal Articles

LMJ26 Audio Companion

Sonic Commentary: All Ears

December 2016