Hye Sang Monica Ahn
Ph.D. in Music Theory (2018)

Dissertation: “From Partimento to Finished Work: Realizing, Revising, and Expanding Partimenti Using Techniques of the Bach Family”


Ryan Bodiford
Ph.D. in Ethnomusicology (2017)

Dissertation: “Sharing Sounds: Musical Innovation, Collaboration, and Ideological Expression in the Chilean Netlabel Movement”


Kathryn Cox
Ph.D. in Historical Musicology (2017)

Dissertation: “‘What Happened to the Post-War Dream?’: Nostalgia, Trauma, and Affect in British Rock of the 1960s and 1970s”


James DiNardo
Ph.D. in Music Theory (2017)

Dissertation: “Analysis as Technologically-Mediated Musical Experience”


Jessica Getman
Ph.D. in Historical Musicology (2015)
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Dissertation: “Music, Race, and Gender in the Original Series of Star Trek (1966-1969)”


Anne Heminger
Ph.D. in Historical Musicology (2018)

Dissertation: “Confession Carried Aloft: Music, Religious Identity, and Sacred Space in London, c. 1540–1560”


Andrew Kohler
Ph.D. in Historical Musicology,
Certificate in Music Theory (2015)
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Dissertation: “‘Grey C’, Acceptable”: Carl Orff’s Professional and Artistic Responses to the Third Reich”

Ho-Chak Law
PhD in Ethnomusicology (2018)

Dissertation: “Cinematizing Chinese Opera, Performing Chinese Identities, 1945-1971”


Stephen Lett
Ph.D. in Music Theory (2019)

Dissertation: “The Psychedelic Listener: Theorizing Music in Therapeutic Practice”


Vivian Luong
Ph.D. in Music Theory (2019)
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Dissertation: “Analysis as Ethics: Experiments with Music Loving”


James McNallY
Ph.D. in Ethnomusicology (2019)
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Dissertation: “São Paulo Underground: Creativity, Collaboration, and Cultural Production in a Multi-Stylistic Experimental Music Scene”


Michael Schachter
Ph.D. in Composition and Music Theory (2019)

Dissertation: Vol. I: “The Black Clown”
Vol. II: “On Musical Reasoning: A Garland of Three Articles”


Austin Stewart
Ph.D. in Historical Musicology (2019)
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Dissertation: “The Opera is Booming. This is a City.: Opera in the Urban Frontier of Denver, 1864–1893”


Evan Ware
Ph.D. in Composition and Music Theory (2015)
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Dissertation:
The Quietest of Whispers: a symphony for chamber orchestra;
“Their Ways: Theorizing Reinterpretation in Popular Music”