Voicing Across Distance is a pandemic-era podcast from Masi Asare on listening for voices and vocal sound in our historical moment, across social distance, bringing together voice scholars and practitioners. Guests include:  Abigail Bengson, Stan Brown, Anne Harper Charity-Hudley, Andy Evan Cohen, Ryan Dohoney, Nina Sun Eidsheim, Julie Foh, Derrick Fox, Donatella Galella, Linda Gates, Brian Herrera, Elena Elías Krell, Joan La Barbara, Jonathan Hart Makwaia, Katherine Meizel, Jeremy Ryan Mossman, Shana L. Redmond, Diane Robinson, Dylan Robinson, Robert Sussuma, Neil Verma, and Katelyn Hale Wood.  Listen here

"What Do We Do With the Musical Theatre Canon?"

in Troubling Traditions: Canonicity, Theatre, and Performance in the US. Routledge, 2021.

A chapter co-authored chapter with Stacy Wolf, Rob Berman, Randall Eng, Eric M. Glover, David Savran, Georgia Stitt, Brandon Webster, and Sarah Whitfield.

Book Reviews

TDR 65, no. 3 (September 2021): 174–77

Reviews of Hungry Listening: Resonant Theory for Indigenous Sound Studies (Dylan Robinson);  Multivocality: Singing on the Borders of Identity (Katherine Meizel);  The Performative Power of Vocality (Virginie Magnat).

"The Black Broadway Voice: Calls and Responses"

Studies in Musical Theatre, Volume 14, Number 3, December 2020, pp. 343-359

In conversation with John Bronston, Elijah Caldwell, Rheaume Crenshaw, Khiyon Hursey, Jamal James, Zonya Love Johnson, and Dionne McClain-Freeney.

"Vocal Colour in Blue: Early 20th Century Black Women Singers as Broadway's Voice Teachers"

Performance Matters VOL. 6, NO. 2, DECEMBER 2020; PP. 52–66

"Divided by a Common Language: Musical Theater and Popular Music Studies"

Journal of Popular music studies, vol. 31 no. 4, winter 2019; pp. 32-50

Co-written with Jake Johnson, Amy Coddington, Daniel Goldmark, Raymond Knapp, Oliver Wang, Elizabeth Wollman.