Ph.D., Musicology, Indiana University, December 2016 Dissertation: Giovanni Legrenzi’s Venetian Career and Musicians’ Networks at Sacred Institutions, 1670-1690. [Companion website: http://musiciansinvenice.com/dissertation] M.M., Musicology, The University of Texas at Austin, May 2005 B.M., Music History and Literature, Baylor University, May 2003
Wabash College MUS 401: Senior Seminar, “Music, Faith and Sacred Spaces.” Fall 2017. MUS 205: History of Western Music before 1750. Fall 2017, Fall 2018. MUS 206: History of Western Music after 1750. Spring 2018, Spring 2019. MUS 101: Music in Society. Fall 2017, Fall 2018.
Indiana University Adjunct Professor, MUS-Z101: "Music for the Listener." Spring 2019 Adjunct Professor, M410: Sacred Works 15th-21st Century, Summer 2018. Adjunct Instructor, M501: Proseminar in Music History. Summer 2015, Fall 2015, Spring 2016. Assistant Instructor, C103: “A Question of Identity: The Case of Judaism.” Spring 2014. Visiting Lecturer, M542: Music and History Review II. Spring 2010, Fall 2010. Visiting Lecturer, M541: Music and History Review I. Summer 2010. Assistant Instructor, M401: History & Literature of Music I. Fall 2008, Summer 2009, Fall 2009. Assistant Instructor, M402: History & Literature of Music II. Spring 2009.
Indiana University Jacobs School of Music Research Assistant, October 2016 – June 2017 Assisted J. Peter Burkholder in revisions of the pre-1650 materials in the forthcoming tenth edition of A History of Western Music (New York: W.W. Norton & Company.)
Editorial Assistant, June 2016 – June 2017 Transcribed and proofread documents for the Center for the History of Music Theory & Literature’s online repository, and worked with the Center Director in preparing documents for the new version of the website using Text Encoding Initiative XML markup.
Indiana University Press Project Assistant, Ethnomusicology Multimedia Project, January 2012 – June 2016 Primary contact for EM project authors, the Project Manager, and the Avalon Media System for a collaborative publishing initiative between Indiana and Temple University Press. Assists authors with segmenting, annotating, and obtaining the necessary permissions for the audio/visual materials for the website associated with the project.
Assistant Sponsoring Editor, October 2013 – June 2015 Assisted the Sponsoring Editor for anthropology, Middle East studies, and global studies titles, and communicate with authors at all stages in publishing. Duties included preparing contract proposals, coordinating proposal and manuscript reviews, preparing manuscripts, artwork, and electronic files for publication, light copyediting, and preparing author contracts, correspondence, and payment documents.
Additional Experience Program Note Writer, August 2002 – April 2015 Wrote and compiled the program notes for each concert of the Symphony of the Hills in Kerrville, TX.
“Wild side: self-styling and the aesthetics of metal in the music videos of Mötley Crüe.” In Heesch, Florian, and Niall Scott. Heavy Metal, Gender and Sexuality. Abingdon, Oxon: Routledge, 2016.
Organizer and Panelist, “Visualizing Archival Research & Data: Renaissance Mantua & Venice.” American Musicological Society Annual Meeting. San Antonio, TX, November 2018.
“Musicians’ Networks in Early Modern Venice Through Archival Documents.” Digital Matters in Medieval and Renaissance Studies: A Symposium on Medieval and Renaissance Studies and Digital Humanities at Duke University. Durham, NC, April 2018.
“Musicians’ Networks in Early Modern Venice Through Archival Documents.” The Power of Musical Networks: Orpheus Seminar 2018. Orpheus Institute, Ghent Belgium. February 2018.
“Mapping Networks of Musicians in Early Modern Venice.” Mapping the Musical City Symposium. Institute of Musical Research, School of Advanced Studies and Newcastle University Humanities Research Institute. London, UK, February 2018.
“Using Archival Texts to Create Network Graphs of Musicians in Early Modern Venice.” Digital Humanities Annual Conference. Montreal, Quebec, August 2017.
Panelist, “Re-Framing ‘Traditional’ Sources and Scholarship in Musicology.” Digitorium: University of Alabama Digital Humanities Conference. Tuscaloosa, AL, March 2017.
“The Chiesa di Santa Maria della Consolazione and Giovanni Legrenzi’s Early Venetian Career: 1671-1677.” American Musicological Society Annual Meeting. Vancouver, B.C., November 2016.
“Wild Side: Self-Styling and the Aesthetics of Metal in the Music Videos of Mötley Crüe.” “Heavy Metal and Gender” International Conference. Hochschule für Musik Köln, October 2009.
“Venezia in trionfo: Social Meaning and Music in the Civic Processions of Sixteenth-Century Venice.” “Música y Músicos en Instituciones Eclesiásticas” International Conference. Universidad Internacional de Andalucía, Baeza, December 2007.