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Stephanie Jensen-Moulton

Assoc. Prof &., Hitchcock Inst. Study in American Music
Music, Conservatory of

Location: 415 Whitehead Hall
Phone: 718.951.5000 x1182
Fax: 718.951.4502

Stephanie Jensen-Moulton, associate professor of musicology, has published on women in hip-hop, 19th-century piano prodigy "Blind Tom" Wiggins, Pauline Oliveros and other topics in American music. She has presented at national and international conferences including meetings of the Society for American Music and the American Musicological Society. In 2008, she won the Heilbrun Prize for her dissertation on Miriam Gideon's missing 1958 opera Fortunato, subsequently published by A-R Editions (2013). She is a co-editor of the Oxford Handbook of Music and Disability Studies, (2016), a recipient of a Whiting Fellowship for Excellence in Humanities Teaching, and a Tow Research Fellowship (2019-21). She is also the author of American Opera and and the Dis/Abling of Women (Amherst College Press, forthcoming); and co-editor with Lauron Kehrer of "Better Be Good to Me": American Popular Songs as Domestic Violence Narratives (collection under consideration with University of Michigan).

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