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“Practicing Empire: Germany’s Colonial Visions in the Pacific Northwest,” in German and United States Colonialism in a Connected World: Entangled Empires, ed. Janne Lahti (New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2021), 177–200, https://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007/978-3-030-53206-2_9. “Sketching America: German Depictions of the United States and Woodrow Wilson (1914–1918).” German Studies Review 42, no. 3: 469–497. doi: 10.1353/gsr.2019.0077. “Paths to Empire:Continue reading “Text, completed”


Papers Presented 2019 “The Pacific Northwest in a German World: Travel Accounts, Ethnographies, and Exhibits, 1885–1905.” German Studies Association, Forty-Third Annual Conference (Portland, OR). 6 October. 2018 “Anxious Germans: War, Caricature, and American Empire, 1914–1918.” German Studies Association, Forty-Second Annual Conference (Pittsburgh, PA). 29 September. 2018 “Latvians as Cold Warriors: Diaspora Latvians Visiting the SovietContinue reading “Conferences”

Aural Transit: Soundscapes of Urban Movement

Aural Transit: Soundscapes of Urban Movement is a side project that I began in Summer 2017 after becoming interested in the use of sound in undermining or asserting relationships of power in public transit. Inspired by The Acoustic City, Matthew Gandy, Benny Nilsen (eds.), I decided to produce my own recordings of Toronto’s urban life.Continue reading “Aural Transit: Soundscapes of Urban Movement”