Articles
"Cybernetic Phenomenology of Music, Embodied Speculative Realism, and Aesthetics Driven Techné for Spontaneous Audio-visual Expression" Perspectives of New Music v.54/1, 2016 Abstract Full Text via JSTOR
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"Schoenberg's Chordal Experimentalism Revealed Through Representational Hierarchy Association (RHA), Contour Motives, and Binary State Switching" Music Theory Spectrum v.37/2, 2015 Abstract Full Text
"The Time and Space of Boretz's string quartet Qixingshan" Open Space, v. 19, 2016    
"Trajectory, Material, Process, and Flow in Robert Morris's String Quartet Arc" Perspectives of New Music v.52/2, 2014   Full Text via JSTOR
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"Improvising Synesthesia: Comprovisation of Generative Graphics and Music" Leonardo Electronic Almanac v.19/3, 2013, special issue on Live Visuals Abstract Full Text
related videos  
"Seven Metaphors for (Music) Listening: DRAMaTIC" Journal of Sonic Studies v.2/1, 2012, and republished in The Open Space Magazine 15, 2013 Abstract Full Text
Middlebury College blogs about this (four from 2015) Chamorro, Jason, Response #2 Benoit
Other blogs/articles about this: Nicole Cheng (sound artist), Kate Fagan, in Austral. J. of Ecopoetry
"An Imagined Drama of Competitive Opposition in Carter's Scrivo in Vento (with Notes on Narrative, Symmetry, Quantitative Flux, and Heraclitus)," Music Analysis v.28, 2-3, 2009 (Winner: 25th Anniversary Competition) Abstract Full Text

Book Chapters
"Renewing the Riverbed: Critical Aesthetic and Epistemological Purposes for Analysis, Fueled by Performative Theory" (published in French translation: "Pour un renouvellement à la source : visées critique-esthétique et épistémologique de l'analyse, fondées sur la théorie performative") in Musiques électroacoustiques / Analyses <-> Ecoutes, Nicolas Marty, ed. (Eds.), Delatour Press, 2015, pp.33-57.   Full Text
"Agency, Determinism, Focal Time Frames, and Processive Minimalist Music," chapter 6 in Music and Narrative After 1900, Michael Klein and Nicholas Reyland (Eds.), Indiana University Press, 2013, pp.125-43.   Full Text
"Continuous Movement, Fluid Music, and Expressive Immersive Interactive Technology: The Sound and Touch of Ether's Flux" (co-authored with Sofia Paraskeva), chapter 5 in Sound, Music and the Moving-Thinking Body, Marilyn Wyers and Osvaldo Glieca (Eds.), Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2013, pp.35-51   Full Text

Published Proceedings (peer-reviewed)
"Interactive Computer Simulation for Kinesthetic Learning to Perceive Unconventional Emergent Form-bearing Qualities in Music by Crawford Seeger, Carter, Ligeti, and Others" Proceedings of the International Conference on Music Perception and Cognition (ICMPC) and European Society for the Cognitive Sciences of Music (ESCOM), Thessaloniki, Greece, 2012 Abstract Full Text
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"The Fluxations Stochastic Interactive Algorithmic Music Engine (SIAME) and iPhone App," Proceedings of the 9th Sound and Music Computing Conference (SMC), Copenhagen, Denmark, July 2012 Abstract Full Text

Other Publications
"Upon the Occasion of the Milton Babbitt (1916-2011) Centenary: An Interview with Benjamin Boretz", TEMPO, v. 278, October 2016 Abstract email the author for a digital offprint
Crash and getting me started: How Robert Ashley changed my mind, Open Space magazine, 17-18, 2015   Full Text
Interview with the JACK Quartet (co-author) Perspectives of New Music 52/2, 2014   Full Text
"Curious Music In The Great Outdoors: Robert Morris's Coming Down To Earth In Webster Park" Perspectives of New Music 52/2, 2014   Full Text via JSTOR
Interview of Joshua B. Mailman, by Rachel Vandagriff, Perspectives of New Music 50/1, 2012   Full Text  
Review Article on Repetition in Music: Theoretical and Metatheoretical Perspectives by Adam Ockelford. Psychology of Music 35 (2) 2007   (citations of this on the web: 1, 2) Abstract Full Text
Introduction to a forum of reviews of Nicholas Cook's Analysing Musical Multimedia in Integral v 16/17, 2002/2003      Text
"The Aims of Music Theory and Neurath's Boat: A Reply to Jonathan Walker and Matthew Brown" Music Theory Online 2.4, 1996   (citations of this on the web: 1 2 3 4) Abstract Full Text
For additional papers currently under review, see the curriculum vitae in the Credentials section of this website.

Conference and Colloquium Presentations
"Babbitt's Beguiling Surfaces, Improvised Inside", Society for Music Theory (SMT), Vancouver, November 2016    
"Trans-cultural-stylistic solutions of Toshi Ichiyanagi's Transfiguration of the Moon (1988), for sho & violin", Analytical Approaches to World Music (AAWM), The New School, NYC, June 2016, and Music Theory Society of the Mid-Atlantic, University of Pennsylvania, April 2016 Abstract  
"Time's Duality and the Androgyny of Musical Flow" in session on Music and temporal experience in the short twentieth century 50th Royal Musical Association annual conference, University of Leeds, UK, September 2014 and Society of Music Analysis Conference (KeeleMAC), Keele University, UK, July 2015 Abstract Audio-visual lecture
Halay's review
of this in the
RMA newsletter

Young's review
of this in the
SMA newsletter
"Time's Duality and the Androgyny of Musical Flow" in session on Music and temporal experience in the short twentieth century 50th Royal Musical Association annual conference, University of Leeds, UK, September 2014 and Society of Music Analysis Conference (KeeleMAC), Keele University, UK, July 2015 Abstract Audio-visual lecture
Halay's review
of this in the
RMA newsletter

Young's review
of this in the
SMA newsletter
"Experimental Pragmatist Approaches to Interactive Music Systems Inspired by Music Analysis" in panel session on Music Analysis and the Body EuroMAC (European Music Analysis Conference), Leuven, Belgium, September 2014 Audio-visual lecture
"Renewing the Riverbed: Critical Aesthetic and Epistemological Purposes for Analysis, Fueled by Performative Theory" in two-day session on Electroacoustic Music Analysis and Listening EuroMAC (European Music Analysis Conference), Leuven, Belgium, September 2014
"Assertive and Furtive Forms and Processes in Post-war Art Music Off-center: Berio, Carter, and Others" Society for Music Theory (SMT), Post-WWII Music Analysis Interest Group, Charlotte, NC, November 2013 and at the Seventh International Conference on Music Theory, Tallinn-Pärnu, Estonia, January 2014 Abstract Press coverage in Estonia.
Review in MTO.
"A cumulative narrative trajectory of the Rite of Spring's introduction, arising from flux of binary-states" Eighth Biennial International Conference on Music Since 1900, Liverpool Hope University, United Kingdom, September 2013 Abstract  
"Diving into Flux: Journeying among Music Theories and Interactive Multimedia Practices" Ground-breaking Research/Innovative Technology (GRIT) talks, presented by the UCSB Research Mentorship Program and UCSB Summer Cultural and Enrichment Program, University of California, Santa Barbara, July 17, 2013 Abstract NEWS about this talk
"Improvising Synesthesia: Comprovisation of Generative Graphics and Music" NoiseFloor festival-conference, Staffordshire University, Stafford, UK, May 3, 2013 and University of California, Santa Barbara, Music Department, talk-demo, May 31, 2013    
"Electric Evolutionary Fairytales: Binary State GIS, Mendelian Genetic Metaphor, and Boolean Symbolism for Schoenberg, Schumann, and Others" Music Theory Society of the Mid-Atlantic, Temple University, March 15-16, 2013 Abstract  
"Theorizing, Developing, and Performing Fluxations and FluxNoisations: Interactive Music Emerging from Analyzing Emergence in Composed Acoustic Music" (included a demo-performance of Fluxations and FluxNoisations.) University of California, San Diego (UCSD), InFocus composition seminar (by invitation), January 22, 2013    
"The Fluxations Stochastic Interactive Algorithmic Music Engine (SIAME) and iPhone App," 9th Sound and Music Computing Conference (SMC), Copenhagen, Denmark, July 2012 Abstract Full Text
"Comprovisation, Emergence, and the Fluxations Human Body Interface"
(included a demo-performance of Fluxations.) Skin-Surface-Circuit: Embodying the Improvisatory, ICASP-McGill Center for the Critical Study of Improvisation Interdisciplinary Colloquium, Montreal, June 14-16, 2012
Abstract  
"Cybernetic Phenomenology and Music Ontology" conference on Music: Cognition, Technology, Society, Cornell University, May 11-13, 2012 Video of
this lecture,
without visuals
Grillo's review
of this in
Sequenza 21
"Conventional and Unconventional Approaches to Babbitt's Unconventional Projections of Form" The Legacy of Milton Babbitt: Post-WW II Serialism in the Americas, Colloquium at Wright State University, March 2012    
"Interactive Computer Simulation for Kinesthetic Learning to Perceive Unconventional Emergent Form-bearing Qualities in Music by Crawford Seeger, Carter, Ligeti, and Others" poster presentations, Society for Music Perception and Cognition, Rochester, NY, August, 2011 and International Conference on Music Perception and Cognition (ICMPC) and European Society for the Cognitive Sciences of Music (ESCOM), Thessaloniki, Greece, July, 2012 Abstract poster
"Duality of metaphor for time and music: applications to computational-phenomenological analysis of musical form and expression," plenary session roundtable on Metaphor, Seventh International Conference on Music Since 1900 / Society for Music Analysis Conference, Lancaster, U.K., July 2011 and Music and Philosophy Conference: Time Theories and Music, Corfu, Greece, April 2012   Curry's review
of this in the
SMA newsletter

Hyland's review
of this in the
SMA newsletter

"Flux of Upward: A Computational Model of a Textural Device in Ligeti's Late Music," Northeast Music Cognition Group, New York University, April 2011    
"Emergent Flux Projecting Form in Ruth Crawford Seeger's Quartet (1931)," Society for Music Theory (SMT) Indianapolis, Indiana, November 2010 and Seventh International Conference on Music Since 1900 / Society for Music Analysis Conference, Lancaster, U.K., July 2011 Abstract Full Text
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"Dynamic Form (Flux of vertical cellularity in Isaac's Quis Dabit and flux of pitch freshness)" Northeast Music Cognition Group, Yale University, May 2010    
"Hybrid analysis interprets multi-transformational form in Brahms's Wir Wandelten," Music Theory Society of New York State, New York City, April 2010 Abstract Text, diagrams, and audio
"Dripping, Leaking, Framing, Flowing, and Dynamic Form: Narrative Allusions to Heraclites and Hitchcock" Sixth International Conference on Music Since 1900, Keele University, U.K., July 2009 Abstract Full Text
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"Introduction to Temporal Dynamic Form Theory and Analysis" Colloquium (by invitation), Harvard University, Department of Music, April 2009    
"An Imagined Drama of Competitive Opposition in Carter's Scrivo in Vento" Society for Music Analysis, Cardiff, U.K., 2008 (Winner: 25th Anniversary Competition) and presented at the Society for Music Theory (SMT), Montreal, November 2009 Abstract Whittall's
review of this
"A Binary-state GIS Models a Contour Motive that Helps Chords Talk Long-distance in Schoenberg's Op.11, No.2" Music Theory Society of New York State, Rochester, 2004 and Society for Music Theory (SMT), Seattle, 2004 Abstract Handout
"Long-term Memory and Perception of Octave-Equivalence with Atonal Melodies" Society for Music Perception and Cognition, Toronto, 2000 Abstract Full Text
"Conceiving and Communicating Multiplicity in Post-Tonal Music Analyses" co-authored with Richard Randall, Society for Music Theory, Toronto, 2000 Abstract Handout
Technology Presentations
"Fluxations Human Body Movement Interface for Comprovisational Computer Music" March 30-31 (NJ), April 19 (London), May 12-14 (Ithaca), and June 14-16 (Montreal), 2012, January 22 (San Diego), May 31, 2013 (Santa Barbara)   View interactivity for more info.
Other
"Dose-ranging study of Indole-3-Carbinol for breast cancer prevention" Journal of Cellular Biochemistry v 67/S28-29: 111-16 (authors: George Y.C. Wong, Leon Bradlow, Daniel Sepkovic, Stephanie Mehl, Joshua Mailman*, Michael P. Osborne)  (cited more than 100 times) Abstract Full Text
     
Joshua B. Mailman on Academia.edu