RILM International Center
365 Fifth Avenue, Suite 3108
New York, NY 10016-4309
As Data Coordinator, Lindsey Eckenroth facilitates database import and export processes for RILM Abstracts, RILM Abstracts with Full Text, and the Index to Printed Music. With the rest of the technology team, she also helps to develop and manage RILM’s databases and internal database interfaces.
Eckenroth holds a PhD in musicology from the CUNY Graduate Center. She has also earned a BMus in flute performance from New York University as well as a MA in musicology from Brooklyn College. Her research interests include American popular music, documentary film studies, music and/as affective labor, rock stardom and celebrity, and psychogeography. Her dissertation, “Listen Like This: Audiovisual Argument in Rockumentary,” focused on representations of work, place, and stardom in rockumentaries. Her writing has been published in Rock Music Studies, American Music Review, and Women & Music, as well as in the collection Mapping the Rockumentary: Images of Sound and Fury (Edinburgh University Press, 2021). Outside of RILM, Lindsey teaches at Brooklyn College and works as a Graduate Assistant at the Hitchcock Institute for Studies in American Music. She is also an active flutist, performing in and around NYC as a member of The Curiosity Cabinet, an interdisciplinary new music ensemble.