Hedy Law on censorship, music, and theatre in 18-century France

Hedy Law's essay “Harpocrates at Work: How the God of Silence Protected Eighteenth-Century French Iconoclasts” has just appeared in the Oxford Handbook of Music and Censorship, edited by Patricia Hall (New York: Oxford University Press, 2017), 153–174.

Congrats to student fellowship winners!

We are very happy to announce that several UBC Musicology students have been awarded grants and fellowships to support their thesis research:

Ph.D. student Christina Hutten has been awarded a grant in 2017-2018 from the Deutscher Akademischer Austauschdienst (DAAD) for her proposed project, "A Heritage of Flowers: The Reception History of Orlando di Lasso's Sacrae Cantiones (1562)". 

Ph.D. student Marina Gallagher has been awarded a SSHRC Doctoral Fellowship for her thesis project, entitled "The Peaceful Countryside and the Destructive City: Music and Immersion in the Pastoral and Anti-Pastoral Landscapes of RPGs".

M.A. student Rebecca Clarke has received a SSHRC Canada Graduate Scholarship for her project "Rewriting Berg's Lulu: How staging can inspire a feminist reading of the femme fatale".

Congratulations to all of our winners!