Catherine Saucier is Assistant Professor of Music History at Arizona State University. Catherine published an article on the symbolism of Advent and adventus in Brassart’s motet for Frederick III in Early Music History (2008) and has an article on the sound of sanctity forthcoming in the interdisciplinary journal The Senses and Society (2010). She has […]
Robert Kendrick was on sabbatical in 2008-09, and used the year for research on liturgy and music in early modern Europe. He also took over chairing the Committee on the History of Culture as well as the AMS Publications Committee. He resumed his duties as Chair of the Department of Music on July 1, 2009.
Anne Robertson presented her paper, “The Man with the Pale Face, the Relic, and Guillaume Du Fay’s Missa Se la face ay pale,” at the Annual Meeting of the AMS in Nashville in October, 2008. This study was conceived as a companion-piece to her 2006 JAMS article on the Caput Masses and motet and continues […]
Yossi Maurey completed his first year as Assistant Professor at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, where teaching (and some administrative work too) kept him extremely busy. Yossi’s partner Amir completed his own dissertation, and they will both spend the next academic year in Tours, France: Yossi working on a book (thanks to the generosity of […]