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  • Lindsey Eckenroth

    Part-time Lecturer

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    eckenrol@newschool.edu

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    B - 65 West 11th Street

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    Lindsey Eckenroth

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    Lindsey Eckenroth is a musicologist and flutist. She works as Data Coordinator at RILM, plays flute in the new music ensemble The Curiosity Cabinet, and has taught in music and American Studies at Brooklyn College, CUNY as well as in the Contemporary Music program at The New School. This past year she defended her dissertation, titled “Listen Like This: Audiovisual Argument in Rockumentary”; published an article on the Detroit-based proto-punk band the MC5; curated a series of themed, annotated playlists for the magazine Don’t Take Pictures; presented at the annual meetings of AMS and IASPM-US; and wrote a forthcoming article on Lydia Lunch. She likes thinking and writing about film music and sound, popular music documentaries, psychogeography, rock stardom and the celebrity “trainwreck,” the many things “the voice” can mean, and creative work under late capitalism.


    Degrees Held

    Ph.D., Musicology with a Certificate in Film Studies; The Graduate Center, CUNY

    M.A., Musicology; Brooklyn College, CUNY

    B.Mus., Flute Performance, New York University


    Recent Publications

    “Cars and Guitars, or Detroit and the MC5: On Representations of Music and Place in MC5: A True Testimonial.” In Mapping the Rockumentary: Images of Sound and Fury, edited by Gunnar Iversen and Scott MacKenzie. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2021.

    Studio Soundtrack Playlists: “Evicting Time,” “Gritty,” “Home,” “Gender Roll,” Psychogeography,” and “The Drive.” Don’t Take Pictures, October 2020–March 2021.

    “Accidental Ideas: An Interview with Sara Landeau.” American Music Review 49, no. 2 (Fall 2020): 1–8. 


    Current Courses

    Documenting Popular Music/ians
    LMUS 3116, Fall 2022

    Future Courses

    Documenting Popular Music/ians
    LMUS 3116, Spring 2023

    Past Courses

    Documenting Popular Music/ians
    LMUS 3116, Spring 2022

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