Education

PhD Musicology • Princeton University • August 2014

Dissertation: “George Balanchine in America: Institutions, Economics, and Aesthetics of the Nonprofit Performing Arts, 1933–54”

Committee: Simon Morrison (chair), Lynn Garafola, Wendy Heller

MA Humanities • University of Chicago • 2007

Thesis: “J. S. Bach’s St. Matthew Passion and the Semiotic Structures of Liturgical and Secular Occasion”

Advisor: Philip V. Bohlman

BA Comparative Literature • University of Virginia • 1999 with High Distinction

Thesis: “Readings in Wildean Greek: A Study of Greek, Platonic and Socratic Elements in the Life and Works of Oscar Wilde.”

Advisor: Jessica R. Feldman

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