Scott Gleason

Adjunct Assistant Professor

Scott Gleason teaches at Columbia University, where he received the PhD in music theory. Having taught previously at Fordham and New York universities and the University of Wisconsin-Madison, he edits for Perspectives of New MusicThe Open Space MagazineGrove Music Online, and formerly for Current Musicology. His writings appear in those publications and in Notes: The Quarterly Journal of the Music Library AssociationPhilosophy and the Public RealmTacet: Experimental Music ReviewTheoria: Historical Aspects of Music Theory, and forthcoming in Filigrane: Musique, Esthétique, Sciences, Société. He has presented his research at conferences and universities throughout the United States, and in Germany, the UK, and Canada. His research interests include the history of music theory, music and philosophy, and phenomenological and experimental analyses of new music.

Dissertation
Princeton Theory's Problematics
Columbia Degrees: 
PhD, Music Theory
2013
MPhil, Music Theory
2005
Degrees from Other Institutions: 
MA
University of Wisconsin - Madison
2002
BM
SUNY Potsdam
2000