– forthcoming –

M.J. Kromhout, The Logic of Filtering. How Noise Shapes the Sound of Recorded Music (New York: Oxford University Press, 2021)

Edward Gillin, Sound Authorities: Scientific and Musical Knowledge in Nineteenth-Century Britain, (Chicago: Chicago University Press, 2021)

Melle Jan Kromhout, “Electronic Contingencies. Karel Goeyvaerts’ Sine Wave Music and the Ideal of Perfect Sound,” In: Caleb Kelly, Jakko Kemper, Ellen Rutten (eds.), Imperfections: Studies in Mistakes, Flaws, and Failures. New York: Bloomsbury, forthcoming (2021)

M.J. Kromhout. ‘‘I Hear a New World.’ Moon Metaphors and Media Music.’ In: James Gabrillo and Nathaniel Zetter (eds.), Articulating Media: Genealogy, Interface, Situation. (London: Open Humanities Press, 2021), in press

D. Trippett: “Human Sounds and the Obscenity of Information,” Rethinking Music through Science and Technology Studies, ed. Christophe Levaux and Antoine Hennion (Routledge, 2021), in press

– 2020 –

Edward Gillin, ‘Seismology’s acoustic debt: Robert Mallet, Chladni’s figures, and the Victorian science of earthquakes‘, Volume 6, Issue 1 (2020), pp. 65-82

Melissa Van Drie & Anna Harris, ‘The stethoscope goes digital: Learning through attention, distraction and distortion’ in Gesnerus, vol. 77 (2020), pp. 123-148

Stephanie Probst, “Pen, Paper, Steel: Visualizing Bach’s Polyphony at the Bauhaus” in Music Theory Online, Issue 26.4 (December 2020)

Stephanie Probst, „Music Appreciation through Animation: Percy A. Scholes’s ‚AudioGraphic“ Piano Rolls“ in SMT-V 6.5 (2020)

D. Trippett, ‘Wagner’s Sound Effects: Bells, Cannon and the Perception of Heavy sound,’ Sonorous Sublimes, ed. S. Hibberd and M. Stanyon (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2020), 245-72

D. Trippett, ‘Wagner’s Ring in Operatic and Literary History,’ the Cambridge Companion to the Ring Cycle, ed. N. Vazsonyi and M. Berry (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2020), 269-96

M.J. Kromhout, ‘The Unmusical Ear: Georg Simon Ohm and the Mathematical Analysis of Sound,’ Isis (2020), 471-92

M.J. Kromhout, “Hearing Pastness and Presence. The Myth of Perfect Fidelity and the Temporality of Recorded Sound.” Sound Studies, Volume 6, Issue 1 (2020), pp. 29-44

– 2019 –

D. Trippett, ‘Ideas and Matter,’ 19th-Century Music (2019), 63-66

D. Trippett, ‘Sound as Hermeneutic, or: Helmholtz and the Quest for Objective Perception,’ 19th-Century Music (2019), 99-120

Nikita Braguinski, ‘”428 Millions of Quadrilles for 5s. 6d.”: John Clinton’s Combinatorial Music Machine,’ 19th-Century Music (2019), 86-98

Peter Pesic, ‘Music, Melancholia, and Mania: Gaetano Brunetti’s Obsessional Symphony,’ 19th-Century Music (2019), 67-85

Julia Kursell, ‘From Tone to Tune–Carl Stumpf and the Violin,’ 19th-Century Music (2019), 121-39

Melissa Van Drie (2019) “Refaçonner l’oreille, prendre en main la voix: le comédien et l’acteur.” in Gros de Gasquet and  J. Valéro (eds.)L’objet technique en scène. la mise en jeu des objets technologiques sur les scènes contemporains. Analyses et expériences (Paris:  L’entretemps éditions, 2019), 21-37

Melissa Van Drie, “Acts of listening through: towards a history of multiple ears” in Lauren Tortil (ed.), Une Généologie des grandes oreilles (Paris: les presses du réel, 2019)

Edward Gillin, ‘Mechanics and mathematicians: George Biddell Airy and
the social tensions in constructing time at Parliament, 1845-1860′,
History of Science 58 (2019), 301-325

Edward Gillin, ‘Tremoring transits: railways, the Royal Observatory,
and the capitalist challenge to Victorian astronomical science‘, British
Journal for the History of Science 53 (2019), 1-24

D. Trippett, “Melody,” The Oxford Handbook to Critical Concepts in Music Theory, ed. Alexander Rehding and Steve Rings (New York: Oxford University Press, 2019), 401-40

D. Trippett (ed), guest editor, ‘After Idealism‘ 19th-Century Music, vol. 43 no .2 (2019)

D. Trippett, ‘Digital Voices: Posthumanism and the Generation of Empathy,’ The Cambridge Companion to Music and Digital Culture, ed. Cook, Ingalls, and Trippett (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2019), 227-48

D. Trippett, ‘From distant sounds to aeolian ears: Ernst Kapp’s auditory prosthesis’ Nineteenth-Century Opera and the Scientific Imagination, ed. Trippett and Walton (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2019), 134-54

D. Trippett and B. Walton (eds), Nineteenth-Century Opera and the Scientific Imagination (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2019), 396pp

D. Trippett, N. Cook and M. Ingalls (eds), The Cambridge Companion to Music in Digital Culture (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2019), 346pp

E. Gillin ‘Experiencing “the fullest fountain of advancing civilization”: Anthony Trollope’s House of Commons’, in Edward Gillin and Horatio Joyce (eds), Experiencing Architecture: society and the built environment in the nineteenth century, (Bloomsbury Publishing: London, 2019)

– 2018 –

D. Trippett, “The Voyager Metaphor: 40 years on,” Sound Studies (2018), 1-4

D. Trippett, “Music and the Transhuman Ear: Ultrasonics, Material Bodies, and the Limits of Sensation,” Musical Quarterly (2018), 199-261

D. Trippett, “An Uncrossable Rubicon: Liszt’s Sardanapalo Revisited,” Journal of the Royal Musical Association (2018), 361-432

E. Gillin, ‘The Palace that Science Built: credibility, architecture, and Britain’s Palace of Westminster’, Endeavour, 48 (2018), pp. 189-95.

E. Gillin, ‘Science on the Niger: ventilation and tropical disease during the 1841 Niger Expedition’, Social History of Medicine, Vol. 31, Iss. 3 (Aug., 2018), pp. 627-47.

E. Gillin, ‘Experiencing “the fullest fountain of advancing civilization”: Anthony Trollope’s House of Commons’, in Edward Gillin and Horatio Joyce (eds), Experiencing Architecture: society and the built environment in the nineteenth century (Bloomsbury Publishing: London, 2018)

E. Gillin and Crosbie Smith, ‘The Tools of Trinity: mathematics and the experimental sciences at Trinity College, 1850-1914’, in Boyd Hilton, History of Trinity College Cambridge, in press

– 2017 –

E. Gillin. The Palace of Science: Scientific knowledge and the building the Victorian Houses of Parliament, 1834-60 (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2017)

M.J. Kromhout. Noise Resonance. Technological Sound Reproduction and the Logic of Filtering, Dissertation, University of Amsterdam, 2017.

D. Trippett, “Towards a Materialist History of Music,” Franklin Humanities Institute, Duke University (2017)

– 2016 –

E. Gillin. (Textbook co-authored with Peter Callaghan), Protest, agitation and parliamentary reform in Britain, c.1780-1928 (Pearson: London, 2016).

E. Gillin. “Stones of Science: Charles Harriot Smith and the importance of geology in architecture, 1834-1864”, Architectural History, Vol. 59 (Jan., 2016), pp. 281-310.

– 2015 –

D. Trippett, “Exercising Musical Minds: Music and Phrenology in London ca. 1830,” 19th-Century Music 39 (2015): 99-124

M.J. Kromhout. “‘Antennas Have Long Since Invaded Our Brains.’ Listening to the ‘Other Music’ in Friedrich Kittler,” in Maas, Sander van (ed.). Thresholds of Listening. Sound, Technics, Space. New York: Fordham University Press (2015): 89-104

E. Gillin. “Prophets of Progress: authority in the scientific projections and religious realizations of the “Great Eastern” steamship”, Technology and Culture, Vol. 56, No. 4, (October, 2015), pp. 928-956.

E. Gillin. “Gothic Fantastic: Parliament, Pugin, and the architecture of science”, True Principles, Vol. 4, No. 5, (Winter, 2015), pp. 382-389.