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Alexa Woloshyn is Assistant Professor of Musicology at Carnegie Mellon University. Her research focuses on how electronic, physiological, and socio-cultural technologies mediate the creation and consumption of musical practices in both art and popular musics. Current research projects examine performance practice in live electronic music and Indigenous musicians’ use of mediating technologies to construct and interrogate notions of ‘modern’ Indigeneity. Her work has been published in Circuits: musiques contemporains, eContact!, The Journal of Popular Music Studies, The American Indian Culture and Research Journal, and TEMPO.