authored

"Resonant Sonic Specificity." PhD diss., University of Virginia, 2018.
DOI: 10.18130/V3-B2VK-BM11

“overmorrow” in Feminist Media Histories 3, no.3 (2017).
DOI: 10.1525/fmh.2017.3.3.173

“Ocularcentrism, Androcentrism” in parallax 23, no.3 (2017).
DOI: 10.1080/13534645.2017.1339969

“Absence (2013) by Rachel Devorah” in Emergency Index 3 (2014).

"Listening beyond language: Annea Lockwood's The Glass Concert (1967–70)." Master's thesis, Mills College, 2013. Proquest (1537722).

interviews/mentions

Ellie Hisama & Lucie Vágnerová, "For the Daughters of Harlem: Bridging Campus and Community through Sound” in U.S. Music in the 21st Century: Collaborative Perspectives, ed. Carol J. Oja and Charles Hiroshi Garrett. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, in press.

Natasha Marie Llorens, “A Language for Intimacy,” Art Agenda. July 23, 2020. https://www.art-agenda.com/

Claudia Romano, "The Body, Sonic Art, and Limitless Possibilities, an interview with artist Rachel Devorah,"Immerse. December 19, 2019. https://immerse.news/

“Sonic Cyberfeminisms - The Great Learning” in The Wire 422 (April 2019).

Dan Damon, “The sound of the London Underground” on the BBC World Update (London). August 23, 2016.

Dave Cantor, “Blood Moon examines the line between notes on page and improvisation on stage” in The Daily Progress (Charlottesville, Virginia). January 16, 2015.

Amoeba Music, “Rachel Wood-Rome - What’s In My Bag,” August 2008.
https://www.amoeba.com/whats-in-my-bag/