Other PublicationsBossa Mundo: Brazilian Music in Transnational Media Industries
(Oxford University Press, expected publication September 2019, copyright 2020).
“Shaping the Stream: The techniques and troubles of algorithmic recommendation,” The Cambridge Companion to Music and Digital Culture
, eds. N. Cook, D. Trippett, and M. Ingalls (co-authored with Nick Seaver). (expected October 2019)
English Translation of Rodrigo Cantos Savelli Gomes and Maria Ignez Cruz Mello, “Gender Relations and Brazilian Popular Music: A Study of Female Bands,” A Latin American Music Reader: A View from the South
, edited by Javier León and Helena Simonett, University of Illinois Press (2016).
“Eumir Deodato,” “Astrud Gilberto,” “Bebel Gilberto,” “Samba,” “Carmen Miranda,” “Milton Nascimento,” “Charo,” “Menudo,” “Macarena,” and “Hybridity” in The New Grove Dictionary of American Music
, 2nd edition, edited by Charles Garrett, Oxford University Press (2013).
“Joga Bonito Pelo Mundo, Guerreiro: Music, Transmedia Advertising, and Brasilidade in the 2006 World Cup,” Popular Music and Society
, special issue on Music and Marketing, edited by Bethany Klein, Vol. 34, Number 4 (September 2011): 417-436.
“Doing the Bossa Nova: The Curious Life of a Social Dance in 1960s North America,” Luso-Brazilian Review
, special issue on Brazilian Instrumental Music, edited by Bryan McCann, Vol. 28, Number 1 (2011): 61-78. Book Reviews
Daniel Sharp, Between Nostalgia and Apocalypse: Popular Music and the Staging of Brazil. Yearbook for Traditional Music
(2018).Melissa Blanco Borelli, She is Cuba: A Geneology of the Mulata Body and Marc Gidal, Spirit Song: Afro-Brazil Religious Music and Boundaries. Music and Letters
Matt Stahl, Unfree Masters: Recording Artists and the Politics of Work. Ethnomusicology
Georgina Born, ed., Music, Sound and Space: Transformation of Public and Private. Ethnomusicology Forum
Felipe Trotta, O Samba e Suas Fronteiras: ‘Pagode Romântico’ e ‘Samba de Raiz’ nos Anos 1990. Yearbook for Traditional Music
44 (2012): 90-92.
Deborah Pacini Hernandez, Oye Como Va! Hybridity and Identity in Latino Popular Music. American Music
Vol. 28, Issue 3 (Fall, 2010): 386-388.
Hazel Dickens and Bill C. Malone, Working Girl Blues: The Life and Music of Hazel Dickens. Labour/Le Travail
64 (Fall 2009): 253-355.
Bryan McCann, Hello, Hello Brazil: Popular Music and the Making of Modern Brazil. Pacific Review of Ethnomusicology
, Vol. 11 (Winter, 2006).