Isles of Noise: Sonic Media in the Caribbean. Chapel Hill, University of North Carolina Press, 2016.

Media, Sound and Culture in Latin America and the Caribbean. Co-edited with Andrew Wood. Pittsburgh University Press, 2012.

On the Move: The Caribbean Since 1989. Zed Books, 2007.

Measures of Equality: Social Science, Citizenship and Race in Cuba, 1902-1940. University of North Carolina Press, 2004.

Recent Articles

*"Glittery: The Entangled Histories of Radio, Mica and Female and Child Labor” in Alexandrine Boudreault-Fournier and Kyle Devine, eds, Audible Infrastructures: Music, Sound, Media Oxford University Press, 2021.

*“Listeners in Revolution: Radio Wars from Havana, 1959” Cuban Studies, #50, 2021.

*“Beyond Revolution: Water and Gender in Masters of the DewReview of Agrarian Studies, Vol. 1 Number 3 (2020): available at http://ras.org.in/8ce681e30b69ed88828044625cb40135

*“Radio Wars and Revolution in the Caribbean, 1959”, Journal for Media History, Volume 22, Issue 2, December 2019: 1-10.

*“Sonic Colour Zones: Laura Boulton and the Hunt For Music” Sound Studies, Vol. 3, July 2017: 17-32.

*“This Thing is Very Much Alive: Louise Bennett on Audio-Visual Media” Journal of West Indian Literature Vol. 25 #2, November 2017.

In progress:

Remediated Islands: Sound and Power in Puerto Rico

"'Learning was absent under conditions of noise': Science, Sound and the Colonial State"

“Radio and Decolonization in the Caribbean”

The Routledge Companion to Radio Studies.

“Face à l’Opinion: Echoes of Impunity in Argentina and Haiti”

Global South

“’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).