CV

Eamonn Bell

Assistant Professor
Department of Computer Science
Durham University
ORCID (0000-0002-9211-5192)
Google Scholar

Employment

Durham University

  • (2021–) Assistant Professor, Department of Computer Science [staff profile]

Trinity College Dublin

Education

Columbia University

  • (2019) Ph.D. Music Theory.
  • (2017) M.Phil Music Theory
  • (2015) M.A. Music Theory

Trinity College Dublin

  • (2013) B.A. (Mod.) Music and Mathematics (Styled M.A. (Dubl.) as of April 2020)

Publications

Forthcoming

  • Eamonn Bell, “Cybernetics, listening, and sound-studio phenomenotechnique in Abraham Moles’s Théorie de l’information et perception esthétique (1958).” Resonance: The Journal of Sound and Culture special issue on Music and Cybernetics. [pre-print (AAM) 🆕]
  • Eamonn Bell, “Choosing, using, and building effective software tools for research with symbolic music corpora” in The Oxford Handbook of Music and Corpus Studies. Edited by Daniel Shanahan, Ashley Burgoyne, and Ian Quinn. New York, NY: Oxford University Press.

Podcast/Radio

As Guest

As Host

  • Interview with Ben Steege, author of An Unnatural Attitude: Phenomenology in Weimar Musical Thought for New Books Network (ed. Marshall Poe)/New Books in Music. 7 July 2021. [podcast]
  • Interview with Makis Solomos, author of From Music to Sound: The Emergence of Sound in 20th and 21st-century Music (2019) for New Books Network (ed. Marshall Poe)/New Books in Music. 21 May 2021. [podcast]
  • Interview with Gascia Ouzounian, author of Stereophonica: Sound and Space in Science, Technology, and the Arts (2021) for New Books Network (ed. Marshall Poe)/New Books in Music. 16 March 2021. [podcast]
  • Interview with Mack Hagood, author of Hush: Media and Sonic Self-Control (2019) for New Books Network (ed. Marshall Poe)/New Books in Music. 12 August 2020. [podcast]
  • Interview with Rachel Mundy, author of Animal Musicalities: Birds, Beasts, and Evolutionary Listening (2018) for New Books Network (ed. Marshall Poe)/New Books in Music. 7 July 2020. [podcast]
  • Interview with Nick Prior, author of Popular Music, Digital Technology and Society (2018) for New Books Network (ed. Marshall Poe)/New Books in Music. 18 May 2020. [podcast]
  • Interview with Thor Magnusson, author of Sonic Writing: Technologies of Material, Symbolic, and Signal Inscriptions (2019) for New Books Network (ed. Marshall Poe)/New Books in Music. 15 April 2020. [podcast]

Presentations

Teaching

Durham University

  • (2021/2022) Lab instructor, Software Engineering (COMP 2281)

Columbia University (New York, NY)

Other activities

  • Conference program, Women Music Power (2015) [pdf]
  • Conference program, Current Musicology 50th Anniversary Conference (2015) [pdf]
  • Conference program, Columbia Music Scholarship Conference 2014 [pdf]
  • Student journal, Writings About Music (Trinity College Dublin), 1/1 (2012) [pdf]

Writeups

  • Center for Science and Society, “Seed Grant Spotlight: Eamonn Bell and Katy Ilonka Gero” (11 October 2018) [live]
  • Columbia Spectator, “Early Music conference strives to preserve tradition in digital age” (23 October 2014) [live] [archive] (with Russell O’Rourke)
  • thejournal.ie, “This great infographic explains how TDs use Twitter” (30 July 2013) [live] [archive] Other outlets: [siliconrepublic.ie] [sluggerotoole.com]