Byrd McDaniel is a music researcher and ethnomusicologist, who examines the relationships between sound technologies and people. His published work engages with listening, disability, music, and popular culture, in ways that entwine digital media studies, disability studies, and music studies. In his current position as Assistant Director of Student Development at Brown University, McDaniel strives to make higher education more adaptable, accessible, and accountable to our changing world.
Acknowledgements Preface List of Figures 1. Introduction: Listening As An Expressive Act 2. Use Your Illusion: Disability Masquerade In The U.S. Air Guitar Championships 3. Fluent Circulation: Lip-Syncing From Musical.Ly To Tiktok To Youtube 4. Tactical Reactions: Towards A Crip Music Criticism 5. Accessible Listening: Podcasts As Audible Models 6. Conclusion: When Spectacular Becomes Standard Bibliography Index
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