Kiri Miller is Assistant Professor of Music at Brown University. Her work focuses on music of the Americas and ethnographic approaches to new technological practices. Her current research topics are videogame music and Sacred Harp/shape-note singing, and she is the author of Traveling Home: Sacred Harp Singing and American Pluralism
(University of Illinois Press, 2008). She was a fellow at the Radcliffe Institute (2010-2011) and was awarded the Richard Waterman Prize, presented annually by the Popular Music Section of the Society for Ethnomusicology to recognize the best article by a junior scholar in the ethnomusicological study of popular music.