Graduate Student Awards, Publications, and Presentations

Forthcoming / In Press

Caleb Boyd
Academic Advisor for “Hanns Eisler, 1898-1962”
In Twentieth Century Literary Criticism, Layman Poupard Publishing

Joe Jakubowski (co-author with Washington University Prof. Ben Duane)
“Harmonic Clusters and Tonal Cadences: Bayesian Learning Without Chord Identification”
Journal of New Music Research

Daniel Weaver
Review of Jean E. Snyder, Harry T. Burleigh: From the Spiritual to the Harlem Renaissance
Notes

Daniel Weaver
Review of Bradley G. Shope, American Popular Music in Britain’s Raj
Society for American Music Bulletin

2016-17

Joe Jakubowski
“Spectral Meter: Metric Cognition, Conflict, and Form in Grisey’s Vortex Temporum I (1994–96).”
Spectralisms Conference, Oxford University (UK)

Kathryn Kinney
“Look Around You as You Sing It”: Rethinking Evangelicalism through Corporate Modes of Musical Participation.”
Congregational Christian Music Conference, Ripon College, Oxford (UK)

Kathryn Kinney
“Born Again Apocalypse: Secularity and Religion on the “Eve of Destruction””
“Apocalypse and Authenticity” International Conference of the Theology, Religion and Popular Culture Network, Hull (UK)

Lillian Pinto de Sá
“Musical Creativity in a Devotio Moderna Songbook”
Medieval and Renaissance Music Conference, Prague

Lillian Pinto de Sá
“Liturgy and Music in the Devotio Moderna”
Annual Symposium on Medieval and Renaissance Studies, Saint Louis University

Ashley Pribyl
Gypsy, June and the Lawyers: Legal Negotiation as Collaboration”
Studies in Musical Theatre 10/3

Ashley Pribyl
Performance Reviews of New York productions of Sweeney ToddSunday in the Park with George, and Pacific Overtures
Studies in Musical Theatre 11/1

Ashley Pribyl
“Understanding Bobby: Reading Stephen Sondheim’s Company in the Time of Stonewall”
Feminist Theory in Music Conference, San Francisco

2015-16

Caleb Boyd
Gebrauchsmusik as Wartime Exile Response: Hanns Eisler’s Woodbury Liederbüchlein” 
Neue Sachlichkeit, Political Music, or Vernacular Avant-garde?: Hanns Eisler and his Contemporaries. International conference, University of Copenhagen

Ashley Pribyl
Gypsy, June and the Lawyers: Collaboration as Negotiation”
“Putting it Together”: Investigating Sources for Musical Theatre Research, Sheffield, United Kingdom

Ashley Pribyl
“A Wild Ride: Staging Assassins in Middle America – An Interview with Scott Miller”
The Sondheim Review 22

2014-15

Caleb Boyd
“Championing Proletarian Music in the United States: Hanns Eisler’s Creative Contributions to the American Music and Political Scenes in the Mid-1930s”
Society for American Music, national conference, Sacramento

Elizabeth Dister
Alvin H. Johnson AMS 50 Fellowship, American Musicological Society
for the dissertation “Inspiring the Nation: French Music about Jeanne d’Arc, 1931–1945”

Lillian Pinto de Sá
“Eumelio: A Music Drama in the Context of 17th Century Jesuit Education”
American Musicological Society, Midwest chapter, Chicago

Daniel Weaver
“Randy Newman’s Good Old Boys and the American South: Crafting Social
Protest through the Unreliable Narrator”
Society for American Music, national conference, Sacramento

2013-14

David Chapman
“Improvisations, Watermelons, and Steve Reich's Piano Phase
American Musicological Society, national conference, Pittsburgh

David Chapman
Paul A. Pisk Award (for the best graduate student paper presented at the annual conference)
American Musicological Society

Kathryn Kinney
“Converts and Crossovers: Black Gospel and the Music of Radical White Christianity at the Turn of the 1970s.”
Society of Christian Scholarship in Music, Chicago

Ashley Pribyl
“Side by Side by Side”: The Queerness of Friendship in the 2011 New York Philharmonic Company
Northeast Modern Language Association Conference, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania

2012-13

David Chapman
“Hearing the Flowers, Reading the Seeds in Jon Gibson’s Call (1977)”
Fourth International Conference on Music and Minimalism, Long Beach, California

David Chapman
“Reconsidering Philip Glass: Space, ‘Presence,’ and Downtown Loft Culture in the Early 1970s”
Society for American Music, national conference, Charlotte, North Carolina