Chadwick Jenkins is Assistant Professor at The City College of New York and the CUNY Graduate Center.Jenkins specializes in the history of music theory, the intersections between music and philosophy, early African-American music, and Schenkerian analysis. He has taught courses in the history of western concert music and the history of rock at the University of Maryland, College Park and Music Humanities at Columbia University. He has presented papers at local, national, and international conferences on topics ranging from twelfth-century liturgical drama to the impact of radio on the career of Duke Ellington to theories of parody in relation to the use of Wagner's music in Bugs Bunny cartoons. Bio courtesy of his faculty page.
PhD, Historical Musicology