Stephanie Jensen-Moulton

Stephanie Jensen-Moulton

Stephanie Jensen-Moulton

Graduate Deputy, Assistant Professor.

Stephanie Jensen-Moulton is Assistant Professor of Musicology at Brooklyn College, CUNY. Her edition of Miriam Gideon's 1958 Opera Fortunato is in press with A-R's Recent Researches in American Music Series, and she is a co-editor of the forthcoming Oxford Handbook of Music and Disability, in which her chapters on Michael Nyman's Oliver Sachs opera and on disability and the music of Cirque du Soleil will appear. She has published numerous articles on American music topics including women in hip hop, "Blind Tom" Wiggins, and Pauline Oliveros. Her article "Intellectual Disability in Carlisle Floyd's Of Mice and Men" appears in the Summer 2012 volume of American Music, and comes from her most recent book project, which centers on American opera and disability. Jensen-Moulton was recently awarded a Whiting Fellowship for excellence in Humanities Teaching, and serves as the faculty chair for the Roberta S. Matthews Center for Teaching at Brooklyn College.