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“Radio and Decolonization in the Caribbean” (Chapter 31)
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“Face à l’Opinion: Echoes of Impunity in Argentina and Haiti”
Radio Cultures of the Global South
Global South 15:2 (Spring 2022): 135-153
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Remediated Islands: Sound and Power in Puerto Rico
"'Learning was absent under conditions of noise': Science, Sound and the Colonial State"
“’Grappling all Day’: Towards an Environmental and Labor History of the Telegraph” essay prepared for Acoustics of Empire Working Group, Meetings at Harvard University and University of Cambridge, UK (Spring 2018, December 2018).