This grant was established to support musicological research. See the award guidelines for full details.
||Jamie Blake (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill)
for research on her dissertation, Serge Koussevitzky: Russian Cosmopolitanism and Transnational America."
Maria Ryan (University of Pennsylvania)
for research on her dissertation, “Hearing Power, Sounding Freedom: Black Practices of Listening and Music-making in the Nineteenth-Century British Colonial Caribbean.”
||John Kapusta (University of California, Berkeley)
to conduct research for his book George Rochberg, Groovy Science, and the Discourse of “Postmodernism.”
||Peter Graff (Case Western Reserve University)
to conduct research for his dissertation “Music, Entertainment, and the Negotiation of Ethnic Identity in Cleveland’s Neighborhood Theaters, 1915–1925.”
||Davide Ceriani (Rowan University)
to conduct research for his article “Toscanini, Mussolini, and the Teatro Reale dell’Opera in Rome During the Fascist Period.”
||Molly Barnes (University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill)
to conduct research for her dissertation "The Ideal of Egalitarianism in American Musical Discourse, 1858-61."
||Jeremy Zima (University of Wisconsin-
to conduct research for his dissertation “Aesthetics and Economics of the German Artist-Opera, 1912–34.”
||Myron Gray (University of Pennsylvania)
to conduct research for his dissertation "French Music in Federal Philadelphia".
John Wriggle (Los Angeles)
to conduct research on his book project "Chappie Willett and Popular Music Arranging in Swing Era New York".