Callum Blackmore has been awarded the prize for best student paper at the Ninth Biennial Conference of the Society for Eighteenth-Century Music, held virtually at the Royal Swedish Academy of Music in Stockholm.
Historical Musicology News
The Department warmly congratulates Dr. Julia Hamilton, who on May 26, 2021 successfully defended her Ph.D. dissertation in Historical Musicology entitled "Political Songs in Polite Society: Singing about Africans in the Time of the British Abolition Movement, 1787 to 1807.”
The Department warmly congratulates Dr. Velia Ivanova, who on May 24, 2021 successfully defended her Ph.D. dissertation in Historical Musicology entitled "The Musical Heritage of Incarceration: The Curation, Dissemination, and Management of the Lomax Collection Prison Songs.”
Dr. Anne Levitsky (GSAS '18) has been appointed Lecturer in Music at the University of Queensland in Brisbane, Australia. She will be teaching in their Interdisciplinary Centre for Western Civilisation while also working with students and other faculty in the School of Music.
The Department warmly congratulates Dr. Tom Smith, who on May 12, 2021 successfully defended his Ph.D. dissertation in Historical Musicology entitled "Hearing with American Law: On Music as Evidence and Offense in the Age of Mass Incarceration."