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Peer-Reviewed Conference Proceedings


Balancing Defiance and Cooperation: The Design and Human Critique of a Virtual Free Improviser.” Proceedings of the International Computer Music Conference. Utrecht.


Maxine’s Turing Test: A Player-Program as Co-Ethnographer of Socio-Aesthetic Interaction in Improvised Music.” 1st International Workshop on Musical MetaCreation. Proceedings of the Artificial Intelligence and Interactive Digital Entertainment Conference. Stanford University.

Chapters in Edited Volumes


“Silence in Interactions between Performers of Free Improvisation.” Making Music Together: Analytical Perspectives on Musical Interaction. ed. Garrett Michaelsen and Chris Stover. University of Chicago Press.


“Exploiting AI in the Renewal of Ethnographic Field Methods for Phenomenological Ethnography.” Oxford Handbook of Phenomenological Ethnomusicology. ed. Harris Berger and Kati Szego. Oxford University Press.


De-Instrumentalizing HCI: Social Psychology, Rapport Formation, and Interactions with Artificial Social Agents.” New Directions in 3rd Wave Human-Computer Interaction. ed. Michael Filimowicz and Veronika Tzankova. Springer.

Other Writing and Interviews


Feeling Like an Agent.” Array: Journal of the International Computer Music Association. Fall 2019. Special Issue on Agency. ed. Rama Gottfried and Miriam Akkerman.


with Juliana Friend. “Programming Improvisation.” Visual and New Media Review. Society for Cultural Anthropology. August 19. Series: Article, Interview, and Commentary.


Maxine Banerji: The Mutually Beneficial Practices of Youth Development and Interactive Systems Development.” eContact! Journal of the Canadian Electroacoustic Community 12 no. 3.


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