AMS Recipients of 2011 ACLS Awards

See also: the complete list of 2011 ACLS awards

Gregory Barnett / ACLS Fellowship
Associate Professor, Musicology, Rice University
Emblems of Faith and Authority: The Modes in Italian Baroque Music

Alexander Bonus / ACLS New Faculty Fellows Program
New Faculty Fellow, Music, Duke University
The Metronomic Performance Practice: A History of Rhythm, Metronomes, and the Mechanization of Musicality

Richard Freedman / ACLS Digital Innovation Fellowship
Professor, Music, Haverford College
Recovering Lost Voices: A Digital Workshop for the Restoration of Renaissance Polyphony

Emily Green / ACLS New Faculty Fellows Program
New Faculty Fellow, Music, Yale University
Dedications and the Reception of the Musical Score, 1785-1850

Ann Elizabeth Lucas / ACLS New Faculty Fellows Program
New Faculty Fellow, Music, Brandeis University
Music of a Thousand Years: A New History of Persian Musical Traditions

J. Griffith Rollefson / ACLS New Faculty Fellows Program
New Faculty Fellow, Music, University of California, Berkeley
Musical (African) Americanization in the New Europe: Hip Hop, Race, and the Cultural Politics of Postcoloniality in Paris, Berlin, and London

Arman Schwartz / ACLS New Faculty Fellows Program
New Faculty Fellow, Music, Columbia University
Modernity Sings: Rethinking Realism in Italian Opera

Jessica Schwartz / ECF Dissertation Completion Fellowship
Doctoral Candidate, Music, New York University
Resonances of the Atomic Age: Hearing the Nuclear Legacy in the United States and the Marshall Islands, 1945 - 2010

David G. Yearsley / ACLS Fellowship
Professor, Music, Cornell University
Anna Magdalena Bach and the Musical Lives of a Lutheran Woman

Emily C. Zazulia / ECF Dissertation Completion Fellowship
Doctoral Candidate, Music, University of Pennsylvania
Verbal Canons and Notational Complexity in Fifteenth-Century Music

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