Nathan Smith is a PhD student in Music Theory at Yale University. His interests tend to fall into two camp: sound studies and mathematical/computational music theory. These two often meet via anthropology, science and technology studies, and continental philosophy. The genres of music he specializes in span across the twentieth and twenty-first centuries: jazz, extreme metal, rock, avant-garde, Western art music, and electronic music. Most broadly, he is interested in the cultural histories of technology, sound, and media across the twentieth and twenty-first centuries and the reception history of the works of Deleuze/Guattari, Derrida, and Foucault in the humanities and beyond.
Nathan Smith is a PhD Student in Music Theory at Yale University (firstname.lastname@example.org).