Earlier this week, SMR member Kristen Clough successfully defended her dissertation, entitled “Opera in Crisis? Reinterpreting and Revealing the Cultural and Political Impact of French Fourth Republic Opera, 1945–1958” (abstract below). Congratulations, Kristen, and all the best with final revisions! Opera in Crisis? Reinterpreting and Revealing the Cultural and Political Impact of French Fourth Republic … Continue reading Kristen Clough defends dissertation
Earlier this year, SMR member Lena Leson received a Robert L. Platzman Memorial Fellowship to conduct research in the special collections of the University of Chicago. (For the University of Chicago’s announcement, see here.) Congratulations, Lena!
Recently, Elizabeth McLain was offered a position as Instructor of Musicology at Virginia Tech, where she herself completed her undergraduate training (you can read her new bio here). Congratulations, Elizabeth! Virginia is lucky to have you (back!).
Recently, SMR alumna Anne Heminger accepted a position as Visiting Assistant Professor of Music at the University of Tampa. Congratulations, Anne! We’re sorry to see you go but excited for this next chapter.
Earlier this summer, SMR member Vivian Luong accepted an offer from the University of Virginia for a position as postdoctoral research associate and lecturer in the Department of Music. Congratulations, Vivian!
James McNally recently accepted a post as a full-time Lecturer in the Department of Music at the University of Illinois at Chicago, with a possible additional affiliation with the Department of Latin American and Latino Studies. This fall he will be teaching courses in Latin American Music and US Popular Music, with a variety of … Continue reading James McNally accepts position at U of Illinois (Chicago)