- Selling Sounds: The Commercial Revolution in American Music (Harvard University Press) is now out in paperback
A Choice “Outstanding Academic Titles of 2009
Winner of the Hagley Prize for the best book in business history for 2009.
Winner of the 2011 DeSantis Prize of the Society of Historians of the Gilded Age and the Progressive Era.
Honorable mention, 2010 Woody Guthrie Prize, International Association for the Study of Popular Music (IASPM), U.S. branch.
Certificate of Merit, 2010 ARSC Awards for Excellence in Historical Recorded Sound Research, Best Research in General History of Recorded Sound Category, Association for Recorded Sound Collections
Reviews: The Wall Street Journal, Washington Post, The Nation, Wilson Quarterly, Washington Times, Forbes.com, Los Angeles Times blog, and others.
- Sound in the Age of Mechanical Reproduction (University of Pennsylvania Press) is now out in paperback, co-edited by David Suisman and Susan Strasser, with an introduction by David.
“This collection…is multicultural historical analysis at its best.” — Journal of American History
ONLINE SUPPLEMENT TO SELLING SOUNDS: For sound files, images, and videos to supplement Selling Sounds, click here.
RECENT AND UPCOMING APPEARANCES–Talks, lectures, comments, multimedia presentations:
Oct. 9, 2012: Guggenheim Museum, New York. Details here.
Oct. 25, 2012: “Player Piano Radical: An Evening to Celebrate the Centenary of Experimental Composer Conlon Nancarrow,” University of Delaware
Mar. 22, 2013: Business History Conference, Columbus, OH
April 12, 2013: University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
May 16, 2013: Intellectual Property Symposium, Hagley Library, Wilmington, DE