My teaching career has followed an interdisciplinary path, from Cultural Studies at Trent University (where I developed various seminars on music and society as well as audio performance and production) to the School of Fine Arts and Music at the University of Guelph (where I taught courses in 20th century music, the musical avant-garde, and ethnomusicology and directed the Creative Music Ensemble), and from 2010 – 2018 at the School of Music at Memorial University of Newfoundland where I taught in the graduate program in ethnomusicology and in the undergraduate musicologies program. As Helmut Kallmann Chair for Music in Canada at Carleton University, I am developing graduate and undergraduate courses that explore ecologies of music and sound in the Canadian context. I am also committed to the project of decolonizing undergraduate music history curricula.