Joseph Sannicandro is a writer, sound organizer, and traveler currently living in Montreal. He writes about miss-communication, (un)popular culture, and the labor of creativity, and is interested in the analog humanities.
Joseph is a PhD candidate in Cultural Studies & Comparative Literature at the University of Minnesota. He earned an MA from the department of Art History & Communication Studies at McGill University, a BA from SUNY Purchase in History and Philosophy, and has also studied Writing, Political Theory, and International Relations at The New School and SFSU.
His work has appeared in eContact, dpi., Carceral Notebooks, the Journal for Sonic Studies, and in edited book collections. He contributes regularly to A Closer Listen. He has previously contributed to The Silent Ballet, SSG Music, Cult MTL, and other publications. His dissertation, currently in progress, explores the nature of doing things together through a cultural history of aesthetics and politics in Italy post-1968.