is Distinguished Teaching Professor in the Musicology/Ethnomusicology Division of the Butler School of Music in the College of Fine Arts at the University of Texas at Austin.
He is Co-Editor with William Cheng of the series Music and Social Justice (University of Michigan Press). His collected edition Beyond Structural Listening? Postmodern Modes of Hearing and monograph Listening as Spiritual Practice in early Modern Italy are both published by University of California Press.
He blogs at The Avid Listener and is co-author of The Enjoyment of Music, both from W W Norton. `
He has recently turned his focus to Universal Design for Learning and related approaches to anti-racism, anti-ableism, and intersectional equity / inclusion in higher education music. His commitment to UDL comes partly from his personal experience of neurodivergence.