Adjunct Faculty, Department of Music
Joshua Banks Mailman has been teaching music at Columbia University, NYU, U.C. Santa Barbara, and University of Alabama, since earning his Ph.D. in Music Theory from the Eastman School in 2010. He researches form from flux: dynamic form. He creates interactive audio-visual computer music and writes on analysis of music of Schoenberg, Crawford Seeger, Carter, Babbitt, Ligeti, Lucier, Ashley, Grisey and others, as well as on issues of metaphor, narrative, computational modeling, improvisation, and phenomenology. His writings appear in Music Analysis, Music Theory Spectrum, Journal of Sonic Studies, Tempo, Psychology of Music, Music Theory Online, Open Space Magazine, Leonardo Electronic Almanac, and Perspectives of New Music.