Phil Ford

Phil Ford is the author of Dig: Sound and Music in Hip Culture. He previously taught at the University of Texas and Stanford University, where he was a fellow of the Stanford Humanities Fellows Program. His work deals with American popular music in the cold war, performance and auditory culture studies, and the intellectual history of counterculture. His work has appeared or will appear in Musical Quarterly, College Music Symposium, Jazz Perspectives, and Representations, and he is working on a book dealing with the hip sensibility in postwar music and sound.

 


CONTRIBUTOR ARTICLES

Vulgar Modernism: Loren Glass’s “Counterculture Colophon”