Academic societies and other service
Series Editor, 33-1/3 Japan, Bloomsbury Publishing, 2016–Present
Editorial Board, Journal of the American Musicological Society, March 2019–Present
Editorial Advisory Board, Bloomsbury Popular Music, 2019¬–Present
Editorial Board, SOAS Musicology Series, Routledge, 2017–Present
Editorial Board, Music and Politics, 2016–Present
Editorial Board, Twentieth-Century Music, 2013–Present
Contributing Editor, Asia-Pacific Journal, 2014–Present
Peer review for fourteen journals, including Ethnomusicology, Latin American Music Review, Music Analysis, Yearbook for Traditional Music, Twentieth-Century Music, Popular Music.
Advisory Board, International Council for Hip Hop Studies (CIPHER), 2018–2024
Society for Ethnomusicology:
Treasurer/Board Member, 2018–2020 (elected)
Investment Committee, 2003–2020 (appointed); Chair, 2009–2018
Council Member, 2010–2013 (elected)
Committee Member, Waterman Prize, Popular Music Section, 2015.
Secretary, Middle Atlantic Chapter, 2006–2007 (elected)
Society for Music Theory:
Member, Publication Awards Committee, 2020-2021, Chair, 2021 (appointed)
Member, Diversity Committee, 2017–2019 (appointed)
Member, Program Committee, annual conference, 2016 (appointed)
Member, Investment Committee, 2012–2015 (appointed)
American Musicological Society:
Treasurer/Board Member, 2020–2025 (appointed)
Member, Publications Committee, 2019–Present (appointed)
Finance Committee, Association for Asian Studies, 2020-Present (appointed)
Executive Committee, Music Department, CUNY Graduate Center, 2006–2008 (elected)
Board Director, Endowment Chair, Dessoff Choir, 2005–2006 (elected)
Society for Ethnomusicology
Society for Music Theory
Association for Asian Studies
International Association for the Study of Popular Music
Japan Association for the Study of Popular Music
Department of Music:
Departmental Representative, 2012–2013.
Instructor of Record, Junior Seminar, Fall 2012.
Author, Guide to Independent Research in Music, 2013.
Adviser to first JP, twelve juniors, Fall 2012.
Freshmen Orientation Meeting, September 10, 2012.
Freshmen Open House, September 11, 2012.
Organizer, Major Choices Event for Freshmen and Sophomores, November 28, 2012.
Sophomore Open House, April 6, 2013.
Search Committee, Assistant Professor of Musicology, 2010–11.
General examinations for Ph.D. candidates, 2009–2015.
Admissions, Music Ph.D. program, 2009–2015.
Music theory examinations for Ph.D. candidates, 2010–2015.
Dissertation proposal defenses, 2009–2010.
Examination of dissertation defenses
Organizer, Colloquia Series on Nonwestern Music, Princeton Department of Music, with graduate students, Spring 2010–2015.
Organizer, Colloquia Series on Popular Music, Princeton Department of Music, with with graduate students, Spring 2010–2015.
Organizer, conference, "Sonic Contestations of Nuclear Power," October 22–23, 2015. Supported by a grant from the Center for Human Values.
Organizer, conference, "Global Protest Music," October 24–25, 2015. Supported by a grant from the Center for Human Values.
Organizer, conference, "In the Mix: Asian Popular Music in Global Contexts," with Prof. Richard Okada and Cameron Moore, March 25–26, 2011.
Co-organizer, conference, "Intellectual Property and the Making and Marketing of Music in the Digital Age," with CACPS, April 23–24, 2010.
Organizer, World Percussion Concert Series, 2014–15.
Organizer, concert, Kaoru Watanabe Ensemble, November 27, 2012.
Primary organizer, artist's talk and concert, DJ Krush, March 25, 2011.
Organizer, "Kenny Endo and Kaoru Watanabe: Conversations in Japanese Taiko," November 15, 2010.
Organizer, "Katachi: The Shape of Sounds in Silence," performance of Japanese taiko drums and flute with Kaoru Watanabe and Barbara Merjan, February 9, 2010.
Other departments and programs:
Executive Committee, Program in American Studies.
Associated Faculty, Department of East Asian Studies.
Affiliated Faculty, Program in Latin American Studies.
Faculty adviser, Princeton Tora Taiko, 2011–2015.
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