Sound in Theory, Sound in Practice

I'm running a short workshop ("interlude") at Bard College's Sound Symposium, Sound in Theory, Sound in Practice

April 8, 2016, 2:30 PM. Register here and come say hello!


The procession was 23 cars long and took a full 46 minutes to loop through town, listening to the voices of six narrators. We landed at Basilica Hudson where Jeremy played the horn and we ate popsicles, talking to friends and loved ones of those who died. Thank you to everyone who made this possible.

OHSS & Bard Human Rights Project

Oral History Summer School and Bard Human Rights Project present:
Agnes Umunna, at Bard on December 2, 6 PM

I'll be introducing Agnes, who will discuss how she uses radio and oral history in Liberia to broker conversations between victims and perpetrators and to begn the process of forgiveness and reconciliation

Best of 2000's

My est piece was named one of the best articles of the decade by KK. This was my first published piece, back in 2003, so it's especially meaningful. I got the assignment based on editorial faith.
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