Mary Caton Lingold
Hibbs Hall 419
MA University of Colorado, Boulder
PHD Duke University
Colonial and early American, Caribbean, African diasporic, and Afro-Atlantic literature, travel writing, digital humanities, sound studies, literature and cultures of Atlantic slavery, and vernacular music studies.
Digital Sound Studies. Edited by Mary Caton Lingold, Darren Mueller, and Whitney Trettien. (Duke 2018).
Recent/Selected PublicationsPeculiar Animations: Listening to Afro-Atlantic Music in Caribbean Travel Narratives, Early American Literature 52:3 (2017). (Co-winner of Richard Beale Davis Prize for best essay in Early American Literature 2017)
Founder & Director, Sonic Dictionary, sonicdictionary.duke.edu
Co-creator, with Laurent Dubois and David K. Garner, Musical Passage: A Voyage to 1688 Jamaica, www.musicalpassage.org
Co-editor, with Darren Mueller and Whitney Trettien, Provoke!: Digital Sound Studies, www.soundboxproject.com