Regular Full and Part Time Faculty, Ensemble Directors
Professor of Music
Professor of Music. Musicology. M.A/Ph.D. in the History and Theory of
Music, The University of Chicago, 1991.
Research interests: Schoenberg, Berg, and Webern, Music and Technology, Popular Music,
Turn-of-the Century Vienna, Weimar Berlin.
Author of Western Music in Context: A Norton History, Music of the 20th- and 21st
Centuries, "Losing your Voice: Sampled Speech and Song from the Uncanny to the
Unremarkable," "'Sing it for me': Posthuman Ventriloquism in Recent Popular
Music," Cambridge Companion to Schoenberg, with Jennifer Shaw, Postmodern
Music/Postmodern Thought, with Judith Lochhead, A Schoenberg Reader (Yale), Past
editor-in-chief, The Journal of the American Musicological Society.Fellowships
and Grants: Humboldt Stiftung, Getty Center for the History of Arts and
Humanities, NEH. Appointed 2006.