Publications

Dissertation project submitted towards May 2016 doctorate in American Studies at Brown University:

Micah Salkind. “‘Do You Remember House?’ Memory, Mediation, and Crossover Community-Making in Chicago House Music Culture.” Ph.D. diss., Brown University, 2016.

2016 essay published by Chances Dances for their 10 year anniversary Platforms exhibition catalog:

Micah Salkind, “Chances Dances at 10 - or Seeing All Your Friends at Once (In The Brown Punk Commons),” in Platforms: Ten Years of Chances Dances, (Chicago, IL: Chances Dances, 2016), 92–104.

2015 essay on the racial types used in the woodblock printing of broadsheets published by New York's Henry Marsan Publishers in the Spring 2015 edition of the Providence Public Library's Occasional Nuggets series:

Micah Salkind, "Curious Ephemera From The Harris Collection on The Civil War and Slavery," Occasional Nuggets 5, no.1 (Spring 2015), Providence, RI: The Providence Public Library.

2013 essay on Providence Rhode Island's post-industrial evolution in Myrna Breitbart's edited volume, Creative Economies in Post-Industrial Cities:

Micah Salkind, “Scale, Sociality and Serendipity in Providence, Rhode Island’s Post-Industrial Renaissance,” Cultural Economies in Post-industrial Cities, ed. Myrna Breitbart, (London: Ashgate. 2013), 33-57.

2012 review of Miles White's From Jim Crow To Jay Z: Race, Rap and The Performance of Masculinity for H-Net online:

Micah Salkind, Review of White, Miles, From Jim Crow to Jay-Z: Race, Rap, and the Performance of Masculinity, H-Ethnic, H-Net Reviews, March, 2013.

2011 response to Diana Taylor's keynote address at the national Imaging America conference for the organization's Forseeable Futures publication:

Micah Salkind, “Places, Things, Practices: Diverse Digital Archives and The Curatorial Episteme,” Forseeable Futures, Syracuse, NY: Imagining America. Winter, 2011.

2009 article in the South African graduate student journal, PostAmble (the archive of which is now out of online publication). The piece still resides on a blog I created around the essay that attempted to map the sonic geneology of kwaito music:

Micah Salkind, “Kwaito Culture and the Body,” PostAmble, University of Capetown: South Africa, 2009, http://kwaitogeneology.wordpress.com/2008/12/13/kwaito/