I have lectured in music history and literature at the University of Cincinnati, College-Conservatory of Music (CCM) as both an Adjunct Instructor and as a Graduate Student Instructor.
Below is a list of courses I have taught at CCM. The Graduate History and Style is a continuous series of three courses that are concerned with significant concepts and issues in the history of music. They are not a survey per se; rather, within a chronological framework, they sample the subject matter with emphasis on depth rather than breadth of coverage. Their central themes are the critical evaluation of musical evidence and its application to the construction of historical narratives and stylistic generalizations. These courses also consider music’s function in society and its ecclesiastical and political contexts. For a list of course topics discussed in the Graduate History and Style I course click here.
16HILT-111,2,3: Music History and Literature I (2 years).
16HILT-211,2,3: Music History and Literature II (3 years).
16HILT-801: Graduate History and Style I.
MUHS-8043: Seventeenth Century Advanced Topics.