is an MA Seminar on colonial listening and the (im)possibility of non-extractive practices, anticolonial methodologies, poetics, and processes for sound studies.
is a book chapter for “Border Listening/Escucha Liminal” published by Radical Sounds Latin America in 2020. It presents an interrogation of one of the many articulations of racialized sonic violence in Brazil perpetrated by the Military Police of Rio de Janeiro, using a Jukebox (and the listening practices it affords) as its main narrative thread.
are liner notes for Lucas Odahara and Luiz Monteiro’s “COVER (Something Newly Missing)” discussing the power of musical covers, their relation with the blues and Latin America’s idea of solitude.
is my contribution as a guest editor for issue 19 of the Journal of Sonic Studies, themed “Sounds of Latin America.” This Editorial is both a framing and a call, weaving with and through Gabo, Gloria Anzaldúa, and Ailton Krenak.
is an MA Seminar exploring the effects of sound in the body and diverse definitions and discussions on forms of violence. Based on “Sound and Violence, Sound as Violence” BA course.
is a paper discussing the role of design and material practices on the weaponization of quietness through the deployment of sound bombs by the Military Police of São Paulo, Brazil. Published by the Design & Culture Journal in June 2019.
is an Audio Paper dealing with the sonic matter of accent recognition systems, focusing on the emerging listening practice of the rehearsal. Published in Spheres – Journal for Digital Cultures, issue #5.
is a BA Seminar exploring different articulations of sound and violence, from assessing the effects of sound in the body, to diverse discussions on how sound can be either a direct vector of or an excuse for different forms of oppression.
is an introductory workshop on the theme of violences performed with and through sound and listening. Collaboration with Leil Zahra-Mortada and Gabi Sobliye (formerly from Tactical Tech Collective.)