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Anahid Kassabian's research and teaching focus on ubiquitous music; music, sound, and moving images; listening; disciplinarity; music and new technologies, especially games, virtual worlds, and pervasive computing; and music and media scholarship drawing on feminist and postcolonial theories.
Anahid is a past editor of Stanford Humanities Review, Journal of Popular Music Studies, a co-founder of Music, Sound and the Moving Image, and past chair of the International Association for the Study of Popular Music. In addition to publishing widely in the areas of film music and ubiquitous music, she has also written numerous articles, with David Kazanjian, on Armenian diasporan film, and she has curated several Armenian film festivals in San Francisco and New York.