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MemberGenevieve Aoki

I am an editor for music books at Routledge, where I acquire textbooks, research monographs, handbooks, and professional titles. Among the areas in which I commission are music theory, popular music, music technology, music and screen media, musical theatre, music industry, and American music. I also commission research-based projects in medieval, Renaissance, Baroque, and 18th-century music, and music and material culture. I’m interested in current directions in research and pedagogy.

MemberAnna Peloso

…Ph.D. Student (Music Theory)…
…Indiana University Bloomington, Jacobs School Of Music…
… – Audio Engineering Certificate (2012)

Indiana University, Bloomington – Masters in Music Theory (2019)…

Greetings! My name is Anna, and I am currently a 1st year Ph.D. student in music theory at IU. My research interests mostly all fall in 2oth – 21st century music: jazz (harmony), popular music, electronic music, form in twentieth century music, and pedagogy.

MemberJohn Michael McCluskey

…American Musicological Society

Society for American Music

Society for Ethnomusicology…
…Assistant Professor and Chair of the Department Of Music…
…PhD / MA, Musicology and Ethnomusicology, University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY

BME, Instrumental Music Education, Lee University, Cleveland, TN…
…Dissertation
“Music as Narrative in American College Football,” PhD Dissertation, University of Kentucky, 2016.
 
Peer-Reviewed
“‘This is Ghetto Row’: Musical S…

Assistant Professor of Music and Chair of the Music Department, Shorter University

MemberDonna Arnold

…Music Library Association

Texas Music Library Association

Denton Dickens Fellowship…
…Music Reference/Research Librarian…
…University of North Texas Music Library, Music Library Association…
…Ph.D., historical musicology, University of North Texas
MLS, Texas Woman’s University
MM, music history and theory, Southern Illinois University
BM, music history and theory, University of Wi…

Donna Arnold is the long-time music research librarian at the University of North Texas Music Library, where she serves a diversity of university, local, national, and international patrons. Her work is informed by her own music research interests, which range from Schubert, 17th-century lute music, and Russian Orthodox choral music to American roots music and early jazz.

MemberMariusz Kozak

…Assistant Professor of Music…
…PhD, Music Theory and History, University of Chicago (2012)
MM, Music Theory, University of New Mexico (2006)
MM, Violin Performance and Literature, Eastman School of Music (2003)
BM, Violin Perfor…
…music.columbia.edu/bios/mariusz-kozak…
…Enacting Musical Time: The Bodily Experience of New Music (Oxford University Press, 2020).

“Experiencing Structure in Penderecki’s Threnody: Analysis, Ear-Training, and Musical Understanding.…

I’m an Assistant Professor at Columbia University. My research focuses on the emergence of musical meaning in contemporary art music, the development and cognitive bases of musical experience, and the phenomenology of bodily interactions in musical behavior. My monograph, titled Enacting Musical Time (available now through Oxford University Press), examines how listeners’ understanding and experience of musical time are shaped by bodily actions and gestures.

MemberBrian Christopher Thompson

… the Politics of Being Italian.” The 21st Biennial International Conference on Nineteenth-Century Music. University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada. 18-20 June 2020.

Forthcoming: Pre-conce…
…International Musicological Society

International Council for Traditional Music

Society for American Music…
…Department of Music, The Chinese University of Hong Kong…
…Music and Migration.  This ongoing project focuses on the migration of musicians. The project evolved out of my work on Calixa Lavallée, a musician who moved several times between the US and Canada,…
…Ph.D in musicology (University of Hong Kong)

MLIS (McGill University)

MA in musicology (University of Victoria — Canada)

BFA (Concordia University — Canada)…
…Gill-Queen’s University Press, 2015. 523 pp.

 

Book chapters

“Empire, Nation, and Music: Canada’s ‘Dominion Songbook.’” In Over Here, Over There: Music and The First World Wa…

I am a musicologist and librarian-archivist. I teach courses on music history, film music, and music pedagogy at the Chinese University of Hong Kong. Before joining CUHK, I was employed by Naxos International, the University of Hong Kong, McGill University, and the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation. Much of my work concerns music and migration, especially transatlantic migration in the nineteenth century. As a film music scholar, I am interested in how composers adapt the conventions of the past, and how subtexts can be created through diegetic music.

MemberKatherine Butler

…PhD  in Music, Royal Holloway, University of London

MSt Music (Musicology), The Queen’s College, University of Oxford

BA Music, The Queen’s College, University of Oxford…

My research focuses on the musical culture of sixteenth and seventeenth-century England and encompasses a wide range of themes including court music, civic pageantry, ballads and popular song, gender, death songs and elegies, music philosophy, mythology, manuscript studies, and early music printing.

MemberIvan Mouraviev


‘’Unheard Modules, Spectacular Concerts, and Curated Playlists: The Music of Dota 2.’ Paper presented at the annual Ludomusicology Conference, HMG University Leipzig, Germany, April …

I graduated in 2018 with a Bachelor of Music (Hons) in musicology from The University of Auckland. My dissertation investigated how players relate to music in the digital game Dota 2 with respect to style, affect, and agency. I will continue studying music internationally, focusing in my research on music, media, and popular culture.

MemberK.E. Goldschmitt

… Transnational Queerness of Cucurrucucú Paloma on Stage and Screen,” University of Pennsylvania Music Colloquium, 24 September 2019.

“From Afrobeats to Queer Fado: Transnational Musical N…
…Society for Ethnomusicology, American Musicological Society, Society for American Music, Society for Cinema and Media Studies, Latin American Studies Association, International Association for the Stu…
…Assistant Professor of Music…
…Co-editing the Oxford Handbook on the Global Music Industry Studies.

Co-editing a journal issue on digital music in the streaming era.

Starting a new project on transnational political affiliati…
…http://www.wellesley.edu/music/facstaff/goldschmitt…
…Bossa Mundo: Brazilian Music in Transnational Media Industries (Oxford University Press, expected publication September 2019, copyright 2020).

“Shaping the Stream: The techniques and troubles of…

Ethno/musicologist specializing in Luso-Brazilian music and the Global Media Industries. I teach courses on popular music, jazz, film music, and world music. Prior to Wellesley College, I worked for University of Cambridge, Ringling College of Art and Design, New College of Florida, and Colby College. Pronouns: they/their/them