Music, gender (including masculinities) and sexuality, especially in Renaissance and early modern Italy. Issues of patronage and identity pertaining to music; music in academies and courts. Strophic song. Bodies and music. Editing.
with Linda Carroll & Katherine McIver (eds) Sexualities, Textualities, Art and Music in Early Modern Italy (Forthcoming)
‘Grateful Friends, True Friends: Gifts of Music and Poetry Associated with Girolamo Fenaruolo,’ in “Uno gentile et subtile ingenio”: Studies in Renaissance Music in Honour of Bonnie Blackburn edd. Gioia Filocamo and M. Jennifer Bloxam [Épitome musicale ed. Philippe Vendrix](Turnhout: Brepols, 2009) 709-18.
Editing Early Music (tutorial);
Gender in Early Modern Music, 1500-1750 (undergraduate seminar);
Virgins, Whores or Musicians? Women and Music Across Cultures (lecture course);
Music in the Service of Power (lecture course);
Making Monteverdi’s Vespers (lecture course);
Early music ensemble (performance course).