John Picker teaches courses in nineteenth-, twentieth-, and twenty-first century media and literature. His interests include Victorian and transatlantic studies, auditory culture, and media history. He is the author of Victorian Soundscapes. (Read more about the book in a recent blog entry at The Paris Review.) He is also a contributor to The Sound Studies Reader, The Auditory Culture Reader, and The Routledge Companion to Sound Studies. His essay "Two National Anthems" was published in A New Literary History of America, ed. Greil Marcus and Werner Sollors, which was on several best-of-the-year lists (Salon, NPR, Time Out New York, Boston Phoenix). His other writing includes chapters in Sounds of Modern History, The Victorian World, Walt Whitman and Modern Music, and Shakespearean Criticism, and articles in The American Scholar, New Literary History, ELH, and Victorian Studies. He is a member of the editorial board of Sound Studies: An Interdisciplinary Journal
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"The Whole Wired World"
from Wired: A World Transformed by the Telegraph
, a recent exhibit at the Maihaugan Gallery at MIT.
He and his wife live in Cambridge with their son and daughter.