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MemberMichael Young

Michael Young has taught the history of art and architecture at Bard College, Skidmore College, Union College, Columbia Graduate School of Architecture and Planning and, currently, at the University of Connecticut. His research interests include Baroque architecture in Central Europe, especially Bohemia, the arts of traditional Judaism, Baroque monasticism and religious imagery in Baroque Gardens. He has received fellowships from the International Research and Exchanges Board and the National Endowment for the Humanities.  

MemberRebecca Marchand

Rebecca Marchand is Professor of core studies in Music History at Boston Conservatory at Berklee. She teaches undergraduate music history, courses such as Writing About Music and Communicating About Music, and a wide range of graduate seminars in topics ranging from women and music of the Italian Renaissance to investigating the music of the Darmstadt summer courses. Marchand also directs the Graduate Music History Writing Center at Boston Conservatory. A founding member of the Haydn Society of North America, Marchand also served as the president of the New England chapter of the American Musicological Society from 2012 to 2016. She has held previous teaching and lecturing positions at Westmont College, Boston University, Longy School of Music of Bard College, and Providence College. She has presented at a variety of conferences, including a Master Teacher session at the annual meeting of the American Musicological Society and has delivered invited lectures at West Virginia University and University of New Hampshire. Marchand is also an author of digital learning content for W. W. Norton music textbook publications. Her essay “Missa Eclectica: Lou Harrison and Artistic Ideologies after Vatican II” appears in Qui musicam in se habet: Studies in Honor of Alejandro Enrique Planchart, edited by Anna Zayaruznaya, Bonnie Blackburn, and Stanley Boorman (American Institute of Musicology, 2015).