B.A. (Chinese U HK), Dip. Education (Chinese U HK), M.St. (Oxford), Ph.D (Chicago)
Hedy Law is Associate Professor of Musicology at the School of Music of the University of British Columbia. She graduated from the University of Chicago in 2007 with a Ph.D. in Music History and Theory. In 2005 she received the Howard Mayer Brown Fellowship of the American Musicological Society. In the same year she won the best student paper of the Midwest chapter of the American Musicology Society. She was Collegiate Assistant Professor and Harper-Schmidt Junior Fellow of the Society of Fellows at the University of Chicago from 2007 to 2009. From 2009 to 2012, she was Assistant Professor in Music History at Southern Methodist University in Dallas, where she won a university-wide teaching award. Her articles have appeared in Cambridge Opera Journal; The Opera Quarterly; Musique et Geste en France; Oxford Handbook of Music Censorship; Oxford Handbook of Music and Disabilities Studies; Oxford Handbook of Music and the Body; Noise, Audition, and Aurality; and the special issue on music and architecture in the journal CENTER: Architecture and Design in America. Her book on music and pantomime in eighteenth-century France will be published by Boydell & Brewer in October 2020.