Princeton University, Ph.D. in History, November 2000
Associate Professor, Department of Latin American, Caribbean, US Latino Studies, University at Albany–SUNY, 2018-present
Isles of Noise: Sonic Media in the Caribbean. 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.
Isole in movimento. Cuba e i Caraibi dal 1989. EDT, 2008 (Italian translation of On the Move, with a new postscript)
Measures of Equality: Social Science, Citizenship and Race in Cuba, 1902-1940. University of North Carolina Press, 2004.
“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.
“Forum Introduction: Listening for History”, with Christine Ehrick, “Forum on Sound and Listening”, co-edited by Alejandra Bronfman and Christine Ehrick, Hispanic American Historical Review, (2016) 96(2): 211-215.
“Biography of a Sonic Archive” Hispanic American Historical Review (2016) 96(2): 225-231.
“Fugitive Sounds” invited essay in book forum on Alexandra Vazquez, Listening in Detail. Small Axe, Vol. 20 no 1 49, March 2016: 155-163