Bratt, Suzanne, Ph. D. in Musicology, 2017.  Dissertation Title:  "Obligato/Oblige:  A Musical Etymology."  Lecturer, West Chester University.

Davis, Andrew, Ph.D. in Composition, 2017.  Dissertation Title:  "Two Movements for Orchestra."  Enrolled in one year Master program at Stanford in Computer Science.

Dunphy, Melissa, Ph.D. in Composition, 2017.  Dissertation Title:  "Ayn."  Composer, Performer, Owner of Hannah Callowhill Stage.

Holtzman, Glenn, Ph.D. in Ethnomusicology, 2017.  Dissertation Title:  "Coloureds Performing Queer, or Queer Coloureds Performing?  Asserting Belonging Through Queer Behavior in Cape Town, South Africa."

Kass, Lily, Ph.D. in Musicology, 2017.  Dissertation Title:  Translating, Adapting, and Performing Opera in Eighteenth-Century Cosmopolitan Europe:  Lorenzo da Ponte at the King's Theatre."  Adjunct Lecturer, Rowan University.  Lecturer, West Chester University.

LeMay, Marc, Ph.D. in Composition, 2017.  Dissertation Title:  "These Violent Delights."  Adjunct Lecturer in Music Theory, Rowan University.  Lecturer B, University of Pennsylvania.

Meadows, Ruth, Ph.D. in Ethnomusicology, 2017.  Dissertation Title:  "Ifa Tradicional Nigeriano:  The Polemics of "Re-Yorubized" Spirituality in Cuban Sound."  Assistant Professor Ethnomusicology, University of Nevada, Reno. 

Ohman, Nina, Ph.D. in Ethnomusicology, 2017.  Dissertation Title:  "Sound Business:  Great Women of Gospel Music and the Transmission of Tradition."

Veeraraghavan, Lee Chandra, Ph.D. in Ethnomusicology, 2017.  Dissertation Title:  "Dirty Ears:  Hearing and Hearings in the Canadien Liberal Settler Colony."

Williams, Vanessa, Ph.D. in Musicology, 2017.  Dissertation Title:  "Now We've Got Our Khaki on:  Women and Music in First World War London."  Adjunct Instructor, Temple University.

Owens-Malone, Evelyn, Ph.D. in Musicology, 2016.  Dissertation Title:  "Swamp Blues:  Race and Vinyl from Southwest Louisiana."

Chan, Kai Young, Ph.D. in Composition, 2016.  Dissertation Title:  "Adrift at the Edge of Dreams (for Orchestra)."  Lecturer, Department of Music, The Chinese University of Hong Kong.

Donnelly, Laura, Ph.D. in Ethnomusicology, 2016.  Dissertation Title:  "Pwofite Tet Ou" (Avail Yourself):  The Minoritarian Politics of Haitian Music in Paris."  Visiting Lecturer of Ethnomusicology in the Mason Grass School for the Performing Arts at Rutgers University.  Lecturer B for the College of Liberal and Professional Studies for the University of Pennsylvania.

Villegas Velez, Daniel, Ph.D. in Musicology, 2016.  Dissertation Title:  "Mimetologies:  Aesthetic Politics in Early Modern Opera."  Post Doctoral Associate in the Center for Cultural Analysis, School of Arts and Sciences, Rutgers University, as part of the 2016-17 research program "Arts and Aesthetics."

Ball, Erica, Ph.D. in Composition, 2015.  Dissertation Title: `Reverence' for Orchestra.  Lecturer, West Chester University.

Casadei,Delia.  Ph.D. in Musicology, 2015.  Dissertation Title:  "Crowded Voice:  Speech, Music, and Community in Milan, 1955-1974."  Post Doctural Fellow at Cambridge University (2015-17).

McCorkle, Brooke, Ph.D. in Musicology, 2015; M.A. East Asian Languages and Civilizations, 2012.  Dissertation Title:  "Searching for Wagner in Japan. "  Visiting Assistant Professor, SUNY-Genesco.

McMillan, Michael, Ph.D. in Composition, 2015.  Dissertation Title:  "Neither here nor there, neither one nor the other".  Computer Science Master's Program, Yale University.

Rothchild, Emily Joy, Ph.D. in Ethnomusicology, 2015.  Dissertation Title:  Sampled Identities:  The Micro- and Macro-Political Integration of Migrant Descendants at the Hamburg HipHop Academy.   Songwriting and Video Prodection Teacher (9th Grade), Stadtteilschule, Wilhelmsburg.

Swanston, Jessica, Ph.D. in Ethnomusicology, 2015.  Dissertation Title:  Too Fast:  Coloniality and Time in Wylers of St. Kitts and Nevis.  Postdoctoral fellow in Critical Caribbean Studies,Assistant Professor (tenure track) at the University of Chicago.

Carlson, Luke.  Ph.D in Composition, 2014.  Dissertation Title:  "Burnished Tide."  Assistant Professor, College of the Ozarks.   website:  luke.andrew.

Dang, Christine Thu Nhi. Ph.D. in Ethnomusicology, 2014.  Dissertation Title:  Songs of Spiritual Citizenship: Muslim and Christian Voices in the Senegalese Public Sphere.  Assistant Professor of Music in the Faculty of Arts and Science at New York University.

Doan, Jessmyn.  Ph.d. in Ethnomusicology, 2014.  Dissertation Title:  Allons a Lafayette (Let's Go to Lafayette):  The Intersection of Heritage and Tourism in Southwest Louisiana's Cajun Music Revival.

Gray, Myron.  Ph.D. in Musicology, 2014.  Dissertation Title:  Musical Politics in French Philadelphia, 1781-1801.  Lecturer, Haverford College.

Pooley, Thomas.  Ph.D. in Musicology, 2014.  Dissertation Title:  Melody as Prosody:  Toward a Usage-Based Theory of Music.  Lecturer and Programme Coordinator for Musicology, University of South Africa.

Chen, Ke-Chia.  Ph.D. in Composition, 2013.  Dissertation Title:  "Untold Memories" for Orchestra. Curits Institute of Music, Musical Studies.

Hammel, Stephan.  Ph.D. in Theory, 2013.  Dissertation Title:   Music, Aesthetics, Peripherality: Notes  on a Philosophy of History of Latin American Music (1910- 1973).  Independent Scholar,

Ordway, Scott.  Ph.D. in Composition, 2013.  Dissertation Title: Symphony #3.  Music Studies Faculty, Curtis Institute of Music,  Beginning Fall 2017, Assistant Professor of Music Composition and Theory in the Mason Gross School of the Arts at Rutgers University, New Brunswick.

Patteson, Thomas.  Ph.D. in Musicology, 2013.  Dissertation Title: Instruments for New Music: Sound Technology and Modernism in the Weimar Republic. Musical Studies Faculty, Curtis Institute, Philadelphia,

Solitro, Anthony.  Ph.D. in Composition, 2013.  Dissertation Title:  Unclasped, for Soprano and Orchestra. Currently, commissioned to write a String Quintet for Joseph Conyers, founder and director of Project 440, and assistant principal bass of The Philadelphia Orchestra. Awarded a residency at the Yaddo Arts Colony to complete work on a song cycle, commissioned by Lebanese-American lyric tenor, Roy Hage.

Aversa, Eleanor.  Ph.D. in Composition, 2012.  Dissertation Title:  Open Doors for Orchestra. Assistant Professor of Composition, Berklee College of Music.

 Jennings, Lauren. Ph.D. in Musicology, 2012.  Dissertation Title: Tracing Voices:  Song as Literature in Late Medieval Italy. Lecturer at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill.

MacMillen, Ian. Ph.D. in Ethnomusicology, 2012. Dissertation Title: Tambura Music Across Geographic and Ethnic Divides in Croatia and Its Intimates. Director of the Oberlin Center for Russian, East European and Central Asian Studies (OCREECAS) at Oberlin College

Valnes, Matthew. Ph.D. in Theory, 2012. Dissertation Title: We Getting Funky on the Scene": Improvisation and Live Performance in Funk Music. Independent Scholar and Tutor, Duke University.,

Zazulia, Emily. Ph.D. in Musicology, 2012. Dissertation Title: Verbal Canons and Notational Complexity in Fifteenth-Century Music. Assistant Professor, University of California at Berkeley.

Kyker, Jennifer.  Ph.D. in Ethnomusicology, 2011.  Dissertation Title:  A Person Among Others: Music, Morality, and Postcolonial Politics in the Songs of Oliver Mtukudzi.  Assistant Professor, Joint appointment at Eastman School of Music and the University of Rochester.

Lamen, Darien.  Ph.D in Ethnomusicology, 2011.  Dissertation Title:  Mobilizing Regionalism at Land's End: Popular Electric Guitar Music and the Caribbeanization of the Brazilian Amazon.  ACLS New Faculty Fellow, University of Wisconsin Madison.

Loughridge, Deidre.  Ph.D. in Musicology, 2011.  Dissertation Title:  Technologies of the Invisible: Optical Instruments and Musical Romanticism.  Assistant Professor of Music (tenure-track) in the Music Department in the College of Arts, Media and Design at Northeastern University in Boston, MA.

 Meyers, John.  Ph.D. in Ethnomusicology, 2011.  Dissertation Title:  "Rock and Roll Never Forgets": Memory, History, and Performance in the Tribute Band Scene. University of Illinois-Urbana, African American Studiess, Visitin Assistan Professor. and

Mellon, Elizabeth.  Ph.D. in Music Theory, 2011.  Dissertation Title:  Inscribing Sound:  Medieval Remakings of Boethius's De Institutione Musica. Independent Scholar.

Mondelli, Peter.  Ph.D. in Musicology, 2011.  Dissertation Title:  From Voice to Text: Parisian Opera and Material Culture 1790-1870.  Assistant Professor, University of North Texas.

Qaasim, Andaiye.  Ph.D. in Ethnomusicology, 2011.  Dissertation Title:  We Come from Mars:  Negotiating Metis Identity in Marseillais Hip-Hop.  Independent Scholar.

Baker, Hilary.  Ph.D. in Musicology, 2010.  Dissertation Title:  Stage(d) Communities:  Representations of New York, Sexuality, and (Auto)Biography in Contemporary, American Musical Theater.  Lecturer, Penn State Erie.

Grant, Roger.  Ph.D. in Music Theory, 2010.  Dissertation Title:  Four Hundred Years of Meter: Theories, Ideologies, and Technologies of Musical Periodicity Since 1611.  Assistant Professor, Wesleyan University.

Grau, Anna.  Ph.D. in Musicology, 2010.  Dissertation Title: Representation and Resistance:  Female Vocality in Thirteenth-Century France.  Teaching Associate, Deparment of Theatre and Music, University of Illinois Chicago.

Steingo, Gavin.  Ph.D. in Ethnomusicology, 2010.  Dissertation Title:  After Apartheid: Kwaito Music and the Aesthetics of Freedom.  Assistant Professor, Princeton University.

Nelson, Daniel.  Ph.D. in Composition, 2010.  Dissertation Title: "Sinfonietta" for Large Orchestra.  Independent Composer.

Bridges, Emily.  Ph.D. in Composition, 2009.  Dissertation Title:  Hero of Crossroads, Gardener of the Heart:  Three Songs for Baritone and Chamber Ensemble.  Vocal Instructor.

Ludwig, David.  Ph.D. in Composition, 2009.  Dissertation Title:  Sonata for Violin and Piano.  Dean of Artistic Programs, Gia and Lisa Liem Chair, Curtis Institute of Music.

McCullough, Allen.  Ph.D. in Composition, 2009.  Dissertation Title:  "Concerto for Piano and Orchestra No. 1."  Music Faculty, Purdue University.

McPherson, Andrew.  Ph.D. in Composition, 2009.  Dissertation Title:  "Secrets of Antikythera."  Lecturer in Digital Media at Queen Mary, University of London.

Carson, Charles.  Ph.D. in Musicology, 2008.  Dissertation Title:  "Broad and Market: At the Crossroads of Race and Class in Philadelphia Jazz, 1956-1980."  Assistant Professor, University of Texas, Austin.

Chamblee, Catherine.  Ph.D. in Theory, 2008.  Dissertation Title:  "Cognitive Processes of Improvisation:  Performers and Listeners in the Organ Tradition and Contemporary Gospel Styles."   Research Assistant. 

Ingalls, Monique.  Ph.D. in Ethnomusicology, 2008.  Dissertation Title:  "Awesome in this Place":  Sound, Space, and Identity in Contemporary North American Evangelical Worship."  Assistant Professor of Ethnomusicology at Baylor University.

Masci, Michael.  Ph.D. in Theory, 2008.  Dissertation Title:  "The Deduction of the Voice: Toward a Noncognitive Account of Music Judgment."  Assistant Professor of Music, SUNY Geneseo.

Minakakis, Efstratios.  Ph.D. in Composition, 2008.  Dissertation Title:  Philadelphia Fire (Trope I).  Professor of Music, New England Conservatory of Music.

Noakes, Jennifer.  Ph.D. in Ethnomusicology, 2008.  Dissertation Title:  "From the Top of the Mountain":  Traditional Music and the Politics of Place in the Central Appalachian Coalfields."  Freelance Copy Editor, Proof Reader, Writer.

Robinson, Gregory.  Ph.D. in Ethnomusicology, 2008.  Dissertation Title:  "Entre Gauchos no Hay Fronteras": Traditional Music and the Post-Frontier in Chilean Patagonia.  Associate Professor of Ethnomusicology.  George Mason University.

Ryan, Jennifer.  Ph.D. in Ethnomusicology, 2008.  Dissertation Title:  "Can i Get A Witness?:  Soul and Salvation in Memphis Music.  Assistant Professor, Department of African and African American Studies, Indiana State University.

Schreibeis, Matthew.  Ph.D. in Composition, 2008.  Dissertation Title:  "Symphony."  Assistant Professor of Music, Hong Kong Baptist University.

Thomas, Katherine.  Ph.D. in Musicology, 2008.  Dissertation Title:  Hollywood Blackface and its Descendents:  Negotiating Race and Difference through Performance of the Other in Hollywood Musicals.  Independent Scholar.

Wilcox, Stephan.  Ph.D. in Composition, 2008.  Dissertation Title:  Cho-Han (for large Orchetra).

Dugan, Leo.  Ph.D. in Composition, 2007.  Dissertation Title:  Concerto for Jazz Saxophone and Orchestra.  Adjunct Professor, Immaculata University.

Silverberg, Laura.  Ph.D in Musicology, 2007.  Dissertation Title:  "The East German Sonderweg to Modern Music, 1956-1971."  Associate Director of the Center for Jewish Studies, University of Wisconsin-Madison.

Saltzstein, Jennifer.  Ph.D. in Musicology, 2007.  Dissertation Title:  "Wandering Voices: Refrain Citation in Thirteenth-Century French Music and Poetry."  Associate Professor, University of Oklahoma.

Shanno, Lucy.  Ph.D. in Music Theory, 2007.  Dissertation Title:  Composing With Recording in Mind:  An Analytic Approach.  Independent Scholar.

Jorritsma, Marie.  Ph.D. in Ethnomusicology, 2006.  Dissertation Title: "Sonic Spaces:  Inscribing "Coloured: Voices in the Karoo, South Africa."  Head of Music, University of Witwatersrand.

Rosenberg, Ruth.  Ph.D. in Ethnomusicology, 2006.  Dissertation Title:  "Eloquence and Encounter: Corsican Female Lament in Performance and Imagination."  Assistant Professor, University of Illinois-Chicago.

Party, Daniel.  Ph.D. in Musicology,2006.  Dissertation Title: "Bolero and Balada as the Guilty Pleasures of Latin American Pop."  Associate Professor, Universidad Catolica de Chile.

Boyle, Benjamin C.S.  Ph.D. in Composition, 2005.  Dissertation Title:  "To One in Paradise."  Adjunct Professsor, Rider University.

Harris, Cameron.  Ph.D. in Composition, 2005.  Dissertation Title:  "Three Night Pieces" for Orchestra. Assistant Professor, Univer of Witwatersrand.

Kelly, Kevin.  Ph.D. in Composition, 2005.  Dissertation Title: "Never a Human Voice" for Orchestra.  Assistant Professor of Music, Los Angeles City College.

Schmidt, Patricia.  Ph.D. in Musicology, 2005.  Dissertation Title:  "Thinking Inside the Box:  In Search of Music-Video Culture."  Freelance Grant Writer.

Hayes, Elaine.  Ph.D. in Musicology, 2004. Dissertation Title:  "To Bebop or to Be Pop:  Sarah Vaughan and the Politics of Crossover."  Freelance Editor.

Mook, Richard.  Ph.D. in Musicology, 2004.  Dissertation Title:  "The Sounds of Liberty:  Nostalgia, Masculinity, and Whiteness in Philadelphia Barbershop, 1900-2003."  Assistant Professor, Arizona State University.

Moore, Hilary.  Ph.D. in Ethnomusicology, 2004.  Dissertation Title:  "British Jazz Voices:  Crossing Borders of Race, Nation, and Class."  Communications Specialist, McKinsey & Company.

Cha, Jee-Weon.  Ph.D. in Musicology, 2004.  Dissertation Title:  "Music, Language, and the Tone Poem:  Interpreting Richard Strauss's TOD UND VERKLÄRUNG, Op.24."  Associate Professor, Grinnell College.

Whang, Carol.  Ph.D. in Musicology, 2004.  Dissertation Title:  "Re-Defining Relationships:  Modeling in Four Imitation Masses by Palestrina."  Independent Scholar.

Carrillo, Carlos.  Ph.D. in Composition, 2003.  Dissertation Title:  "La pasion segun Antigona Perez."  Assistant Professor of Composition-Theory at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.

Kozik, Lona.  Ph.D. in Compoisition, 2003.  Dissertation Title:  Fast Jump: etudes and interludes for solo piano.  Pianist and Independent Composer.

Macklem, Mary.  Ph.D. in Musicology, 2003.  Dissertation Title:  "Reforming Opera and Its Pulbic in Early Modern Venice."  Senior Program Officer, National Endowment of the Humanities.

Perella, Lisa.  Ph.D. in Musicology, 2003.  Dissertation Title:  "Mythologies of Musical Persuasion:  The Power and Politics of Song in France, 1653-1673."  Independent Scholar.

Lathan Kerzner, Ann.  Ph.D. in Composition, 2002.  Dissertation Title:  "Diary of the Damned." Executive Director, JONAS! Music.

Morgan, Mary Kathleen.  Ph.D. in 2002.  Dissertation title: "The three-Voice Chansons of Johannes Ockeghem and Antoine busnoys:  Approaches to From, Process, and Musical Structure in the Chanson ca. 1470."  Independent Scholar.

Bloechl, Oivia.  Ph.D. in History, 2002.  Dissertation Title:  "Sounding Savagery:  Native American Song and the Frontiers of Early Modern Music."  Associate Professor, UCLA. 

Case, Delvyn.  Ph.D. in Composition, 2001.  Dissertation Title: "Sacred Symphony."  Assistant Professor of Music, Wheaton College and Music Director, Great Woods Chamber Orchestra.

Laganella, David.  Ph.D. in Composition, 2001.  Dissertation Title:  "String Quartet."  Professor, Wesley College.

Tsai, Ling-Huei.  Ph.D in Composition, 2001.  Dissertation Title:  "Unwrapping a Mummy" for orchestra.  Assistant Professor, Taipei National University of the Arts.

Carter Vosen, Elyse.  Ph.D. in Ethnomusicology, 2001.  Dissertation Title:  Seventh-Fire Children:  Gender, Embodiment, and Musical Performances of Decolonization by Anishinaabe Youth.  Asociate Professor, The College of St. Scholastica.

Kemler, Deanna.  Ph.D. in Ethnomusicology, 2001.  Dissertation Title:  Music and Embodied Imagining:  Metaphor and Metonymy in Western Art Music.  Independent Scholar.  

Lohman, Laura. Ph.D. in Musicology, 2001.  Dissertation Title:  Orchestral Extraliteracy and the Foundations of American Musicology. Associate Professor, California State University, Fullerton.

Montague, Eugene.  Ph.D. in Theory, 2001.  Dissertation Title:  Moving to Music:  A Theory of Sound and Physical Action.  Assistant Professor, George Washington.

Boyce, Douglas.  Ph.D. in Composition, 2000.  Dissertation Title:  Disputatio inter manum calamumque.  Associate Professor, George Washington University.

Gill, Jeremy.  Ph.D. in Composition, 2000.  Dissertation Title:  Symphony in One Movement.  Core Musician, Dolce Suono Chamber Music, Conductor.

Tung, Lai S.  Ph.d. in Composition, 2000.  Dissertation Title:  The Book of Laughter and Forgetting.  Hong Kong Academy for the Performing Arts, Faculty Member. Composer.

Theresa, Rose. Ph.d. in Musicology, 2000. Dissertation Title:  "Spectacle and Enchantment:  Envisioning Opera in Late Nineteenth-century Paris."