Nancy van Deusen

26952 Aldeano Drive
Mission Viejo, CA 92691
vox and fax: 949-472-1135
email:nancy.vandeusen@cgu.edu

EDUCATION


School of Music, Indiana University:
    Ph.D. (Musicology, Music Theory);
    Master of Music(Musicology, Music Theory);
    Master of Music (Piano Performance)

Department of Music, Houghton College, New York:
  Bachelor of Music in Piano Performance

Graduate curriculum: Notation and Tablature, History of Keyboard Literature (Willi Apel), Symphonic Literature (Malcolm Hamrick Brown), Romantic Music, Chamber Music (Walter Kaufmann), Beethoven (Paul Nettl), Renaissance Notation, Materials and Methods of Historical Research (Thomas Noblitt), Medieval Studies, Systematic Musicology, Direction in Research (Hans Tischler), Baroque Performance Practice, J. S. Bach (John Reeves White), Music Analysis and Composition (Richard Delone, William Thomson, Iannis Xenakis), Piano (Frederick Baldwin, Marion Hall, Walter Robert), Chamber Music, Ensemble (Menahem Pressler, Janos Starker).

ADMINISTRATIVE EXPERIENCE


l992- present Director, Claremont All-College Consortium for 
 Medieval and Early Modern Studies 
l991-l996 Chair, Faculty in Music, The Claremont Graduate School
l987-l991 Director, Center for Medieval Studies, 
 California State University, Northridge
l985-l987 Coordinator, Interdisciplinary Program in Medieval Studies, 
 California State University, Northridge
l985-l991 Chair, Music History-Music Theory Faculty, Music Department, 
 California State University, Northridge
l974-l98l Coordinator, Music Theory-Music History Curriculum, Musicology
      Institute of the University of Basel, Switzerland, 
      Chair, Combined Historical Theory Program
PROFESSIONAL TEACHING EXPERIENCE
2002 Benezet Chair in the Humanities, Claremont Graduate University
l99l- present Professor of Music, Claremont Graduate University,
          Claremont, California
l99l- present Director, Claremont All-College Consortium in Medieval and
          Early Modern Studies
l99l-l996. 2002-03 Chair, Faculty of Music, Claremont Graduate University
l995- present Recurrent Visiting Faculty, Department of Medieval Studies,
          Central European University, Budapest, Hungary
l995, l998 Teaching Residency, Franz Liszt Academy of Music, Budapest, Hungary
l987-l991 Professor of Music, California State University, Northridge
l983-l987 Associate Professor of Music, California State University, Northridge
l988  Teaching Residency, University of Erlangen-Nuernberg
l985  Teaching Residency, University of New England, Armidale,
          New South Wales, Australia
l98l-l982 Visiting Associate Professor of Musicology,
          University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
l979-l98l Lecturer for the History and Theory of Music,
          Musicology Institute of the University of Basel, Switzerland,
l974-l979 Assistant for Research and Instruction, Musicology Institute of the 
          University of Basel, Switzerland
l973-l975 Schola cantorum: Research Institute for Early Music, Basel, Switzerland,
music theory and analysis
Music Academy of the City of Basel, Switzerland, music theory and analysis
PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE IN COMMUNICATIONS, DRAMA, PERFORMANCE

l989- present Associate, Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies,
          University of California, Los Angeles
l985-l988 Music Director, Focused Research Program in Medieval Theatre,
University of California, Irvine (for production of the Corpus christi cycle of the York-Wakefield Plays (15th century)
l980-l982 Coach, Opera Theatre of the City of Basel, Switzerland
l97l-l972 Director, Music Writing and Programming, Radio WFIU,
           Bloomington, Indiana
l967-l969 Piano accompanist, Studios of Charles Kullman, Fritz Magg, Jiri Sirucek, János Starker, 
Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana
FELLOWSHIPS AND HONORS

2012 University Fellowship, The Medieval Institute, University of Notre Dame, for research on the Milan,
Ambrosiana Library Microfilm Collection
2012, 2008 National Endowment for the Humanitites Grants, Research on the Medieval Latin Manuscript
Transmission of Plato’s Timaeus, Vatican Library Film Archive, Saint Louis University, St. Louis
2004-2006 Fondation Les Treilles, Paris, France grant to support conferences and publication of project:
“Creativity, Science and the Humanities”
2004-2006 Distinguished Research and Teaching Fellowships, School of Historical Studies, College of Arts
and Sciences, Monash University, Victoria, Australia
2002-2003 Mellon Grant for large-scale project: "Imaginative Potential and Fulfillment in Understanding    
Medieval Culture and its Outreach"
2002 National Endowment for the Humanities Grant for completion of large-scale project in the
transmission of early song, "The Early Sequence and its Manuscript Transmission: Conceptual Change
and Communicational Power" (to be published by RISM [Répertoire internationale des Sources Musicales],
Bayerische Staatsbibliothek, München, 2010)
2000 Combination Grants: European Science Foundation, George Soros Foundation, Unesco to support
Summer Institute (SUN 2000: “Central European Resources for Medieval Studies,” in Department of
Medieval Studies, Central European University, Budapest, Hungary
2000 Research Support Grant, Smith Family Foundation
l999 Research Grant, European Union Centers in North America
l997 Fellow, Medieval Academy of America l994 Fellow, Institute for the Humanities, University of Michigan (Residency, Fall, l994) l994-l995 Fulbright Grant for Research at the Hungarian Academy of Science, Budapest l992, l994, l997-98 Fletcher Jones Foundation Grants for Research in Eastern Europe l990 National Endowment for the Humanities Travel to Collections Grant l990 President's Associates' Book Award (for "Book of the Year:" The Harp and the Soul: Essays in Medieval Music, New York, l989), California State University, Northridge l989 American Philosophical Society Research Grant l989 Jerome Stipend, Hill Monastic Manuscript Library l988, l990 Personal Promise and Merit Awards, California State University, Northridge l987-88 Fulbright Fellowship (for research, University of Erlangen-Nuernberg, Germany) l988 Curriculum Development Grant, California State University System l987, l988 Publication Grants, California State University, Northridge l986, l988 Faculty Research Grants, California State University, Northridge l984 Distinguished Scholar Research Fellowship, University of New England, Armidale, New South Wales, Australia (residency, Summer, l985) l979 Geldner Fonds Research Grant (City of Basel, Switzerland) l970 Woodrow Wilson Disserltation Fellowship l969 Piano performance Scholarship, Indiana University, Bloomington l969 Musicology Fellowship, Indiana University, Bloomington
PROFESSIONAL SERVICE AND MEMBERSHIP IN PROFESSIONAL SOCIETIES

Evaluation Panels:
          American Council of Learned Societies (l998-2002)
          Fulbright Commission (2001-2005)
          Otto Gruendler Prize (1999-present)
Executive Council, Medieval Academy of America (l998-2005)
Executive Council, Committee on Centers and Regional Associations, Medieval Academy of
America (1998-present) Chair, Committee on Centers and Regional Associations,
Medieval Academy of America (2000-2006)
Evaluation Team, Medieval Studies Stipends, Universities of Notre Dame, Toronto
Board of Councillors, Federation internationale des Études Médiévales (FIDEM), 2004-2009
Board of Councillors, Department of Medieval Studies, Central European University, Budapest, Hungary (2002-present); Board, Institute for the Study of Hellenism, Central European University, Budapest and the University of Athens (2003-present); Board, Journal Manuscripta, published by the Vatican Film Library, Saint Louis University, St. Louis (2003-present); Editorial Board, Dallas Medieval Texts and Translations (2006-present).
American Musicological Society l986-l988 Regional Chapter Vice-President l988-l990 Regional Chapter President l992-l994 National Council Member l994-l996 National Representative to the Council l998 Faculty Representative, Claremont Graduate University College Music Society Gesellschaft fuer Musikforschung International Council for Traditional Music International Musicological Society Medieval Academy of America Committee on Centers and Regional Associations: CARA council (l99l-94) CARA Chair (l998-2002) Program Committee, Annual Meetings, l992, l998 Councillor, l996-l998, Executive Council, l997 Fellow l997 Medieval Association of the Pacific l985-l987 Council member, l987-88 Chair, Program Committee for UCLA meeting, March 3l-April l, l988, Member, Program Committee for UCI meeting, February 20-23, l992, First Vice President l993-l995 President l996-l998 Chair, Program Comittee for Claremont meeting, March l2-l4, l999 Society for Ethnomusicology Chair, Program Committee for Regional Meeting, February, l997 Member, Program Committee for Regional Meeting, February l998 Society for the History of Rhetoric Society for Music Theory West Coast Conference of Music Theory and Analysis
PARTICIPATION IN PROFESSIONAL MEETINGS (Papers read, invited lectures, and lecture series)

Paper presented at Second International Medieval Studies Conference, University of Lleida, Spain, June,          
2012
Paper presented at conference, “Manuscripts Changing Hands,” Herzog-August Bibliothek, Wolfenbüttel,          
Germany, June, 2012
Lecture on medieval education, Central European University, Budapest, June, 2012
Lecture, Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, Saint Louis University, St. Louis, MO, April, 2012
Paper presented at the 47th International Congress in Medieval Studies, Western Michigan University, May          
2012
Lecture, California Medieval History Seminar, Huntington Library, San Marino, May 2011
Paper presented at the 46th International Congress in Medieval Studies, Western Michigan University,          
May, 2011
Conference, “Pathways: The Cultural Dynamics of Everyday Life,” Claremont Graduate University,   
February, 2011
Session Organized, paper presented at the annual meeting, Medieval Academy of America, Yale University,          
March, 2010
Conference, “Blood,” Claremont Graduate University, February, 2010
Paper presented at the Arizona Center for Medieval Studies, Arizona State University, February, 2010
Conference on the Teaching of Medieval Studies, Palermo, Italy, June 2009
Conference: Institut für Realienkunde des Mittelalters und der frühen Neuzeit, Austrian Academy of             
Sciences, Krems an der Donau, December 2008
Lecture: “Teaching Medieval Music: Problems and Resources,” Catholic University of America,         
Washington DC, October, 2008
Lectures in Music as Medieval Science, Saint Louis University, November, 2008
Conference: “Studies in Empathy,” in honor of Karl F. Morrison, Rutgers University, May 2008
Conference: “Magnificence,” University of Illinois, Urbana, March, 2008
Conference: “Seeing is Believing? Representation, Image, Illusion,” February, 2008, Claremont Graduate          
University, Claremont, CA
Conference: “Hating Voltaire: Explosive Essays and their Repercussions,” Claremont Graduate University,          
Claremont, CA, December 2007
Conference: Annual Meeting of the Medieval Academy of America, April, 2007
Conference: “Time: Sense, Space, Structure,” Claremont Graduate University, Claremont, CA, February     
          2007
Watanabe Lecture, International Cusanus Society, at the International Congress on Medieval Studies,
          Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, Michigan, May, 2006
Distinguished Faculty Lectures, Monash University, University of Melbourne, August, 2005-6
Conference: “Cicero Refused to Die,” Claremont Graduate University, Claremont, CA, February, 2005
Conference: “Theology and the Arts: Music as Analogical Art,” Cambridge University, with St. Andrews
          University, January, 2004
Lecture, Department of Philosophy, Free University, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, January, 2004
Distinguished Visiting Faculty Lecture, Monash University, Victoria, Australia, August, 2004
Lecture on "The Face of the Page," Manuscripta conference, Saint Louis University, St. Louis, MO,
October, 2003
Lecture on the "Body as Instrument: Plotinus, Music, and the Los Angeles Philharmonic,"      
Department of English and School of Music, University of Colorado, Boulder,     
September, 2003
Lecture Philosophical Implications of Material in the Middle Ages, Villanova University, PA,
September, 2003
Lecture, Conference on "The Uses and Abuses of the Middle Ages,"
            Central European University, Budapest, July, 2003
Lecture in Medieval Philosophy, Program in the Humanities,
          Colgate University, March, 2003
Conference, "Empty Spaces," Claremont Graduate University, Claremont, CA, February, 2003
Lecture on Medieval Humanism, Medieval Studies Institute,
          University of Illinois, January 2003
Conference, "The Empire of Translation," Claremont Graduate University, Claremont, CA,
November, 2002
Lectures on Manuscript Studies, Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, Vatican         
Film Library, Saint Louis University, St. Louis, October, 2002
Lecture Series on Leadership and Executive Management in the Middle Ages,
          Catholic University of America, March, 2002
Lectures for Interdisciplinary Program in Divinity, Cambridge University, January, 2002
Keynote Speaker, conference "Theology and Music," Cambridge University and St. Andrews University,
Scotland, January 2002
Lecture Series: "Visions for the Future," Institute for the Humanities,
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, December 2001
Conference: "Heroes Leave Their Shores: Exile, Loss, and Artistic Creativity,"
Getty Research Institute, UCLA, and the Long Beach Museum of Art, December, 2001
Conference, "Procession, Performance, Liturgy and Ritual,"
          Claremont, CA, November 2001
Plenary Speaker, Rocky Mountain Medieval and Renaissance Association, May, 2001
Conference, "Medieval Marriage," Pennsylvania State University, PA, April, 2001
Conference, "North and South," Celebratory Symposium for the Bicentennial of the
Founding of the University of South Carolina, Columbia, SC, March, 2001
Plenary Session, Opening lecture, "Archeology as Metadiscipline for Medieval Studies,"
Annual Meeting of the Medieval Academy of America, Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ, March, 2001
Lectures on "Music in Undergraduate Education," Macalester College, St. Paul, MN, December, 2000
Address, Resources for Scholarship in Central Europe, opening lecture, Annual Meeting         
of the Committee on Centers and Regional Associations, Medieval Academy of      
America, College of William and Mary, Williamsburg, VA, October, 2000
Conference, "Tradition and Renewal," Symposium of the International Musicological Society,
Budapest, Hungary, August, 2000
Lectures on Music and Aesthetics, University of Koeln, Germany, June, 2000
Opening Lecture of Conference and Festival on the Performance of Early Music, Barcelona, Spain,
May, 2000
Lectures on Music and the Educational Agenda, University of Maryland,
          College Park, MD, March, 2000
Conference: The Timaeus as Cultural Icon, University of Notre Dame, March 2000
Conference: "Exile: Medieval topos, Modern Reality," Claremont, CA, November 1999
National Meetings of the Society for Ethnomusicology, Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana, October, l998; UCLA, October, l995; Oakland, California, October, l990 Conference: The Liturgy of Rome in the Eleventh Century, Fordham University, New York City, September, l998 Lecture, Series on Byzantium and the West, Central European University, Budapest, Hungary, May, l998 Distinguished Lectures in the Humanities, Arizona State University, Tempe, Arizona, April, l998 Symposium: Shaping the Past: Heretics, Philistines, and Upstarts, Claremont Graduate School, Claremont, CA, October, l997 National Meetings of the American Musicological Society, Phoenix, Arizona, October, l997; Oakland, California October, l990; Austin, Texas, October, l989; Ann Arbor, Michigan, November, l982 Conferences of the International Musicological Society, London, August, l997; Madrid, March, l992; Symposia of the IMS, Osaka, Japan, July, l989; Melbourne, Australia, August, l988 Conference of the International Council of Traditional Music, Nitra, Slovakia, June, l997 International Conferences of the Medieval Institute, Western Michigan University, May, l997, l996, l995, l994, l993, 1992, 1991, 1990, 1989, 1988,1987, 1986, 1984, 1983 Lectures in Interdisciplinary Humanities and Music, Trinity University, San Antonio, Texas, April, l997 Conference: Alexander's Revenge: Hellenism Through the Centuries, Claremont Graduate School,Claremont, CA, February, 1997 Conference: Trance. Times and Cultures. A Comparison of Analysis and the Revelatory Experience, Claremont Graduate School, Claremont, CA, November, l996 Meeting of the Australian and New Zealand Medieval Asosociations, University of Brisbane, Queensland, Australia, February, l996 Symposium: Issues in Medieval Philosophy, The Claremont Graduate School, Claremont, CA, February, l996 Conference: Hearing the Written Text: Anthropology, Critical Theory, and Medieval Texts, University of California, Los Angeles, February, l996 Annual Lecture in the History of Science Program, Harvey Mudd College, December, l995 National Meeting of the College Music Society, Portland, Oregon, November, l995 Annual Meeting of the Committee on Centers and Regional Associations, Medieval Academy of America, October, l995 Conferences of the Cantus planus, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Sopron, Hungary,September, l995; Eger, Hungary, l993; Pecs, Hungary, 1990 2nd International Meeting of the Medieval Institute, University of Leeds, July, l995 Lectures on Medieval Music and Thought of the Hungarian Academy of Science, Budapest,June l995 Meeting of the German-Speaking Society for Gregorian Chant, Vienna, June, l995 Conference: Music Images and the Bible: Instruments, Forms, Symbolism, International Council of Traditional Music, Bar-Ilan University with the Israel Museum,Jerusalem/Ramat-Gan, January, l995 Art History Lectures: Music in Dutch Seventeeth-century Paintings, University of California, Los Angeles, December, l994 Lectures for the Institute for the Humanities, Medieval and Renaissance Colloquium, and School of Music, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, November, l994 Lecture, Center for Medieval Studies, University of Minnesota, October, l994 Annual Meetings of the Medieval Academy of America, Knoxville, Tennessee, April, l994;Philadelphia, April, l988; Albuquerque, New Mexico, April, l986 Conference: Augustine and the Nature of Good, University of Dayton, April, l994 Conference: The Early University, University of British Columbia, Canada November, l993 Symposium: Design and Production in Medieval and Early Modern Europe The Claremont Graduate School and Scripps College, Claremont, CA, October l993 Symposium: Performance Aspects of Medieval Arts and Learning, University of Toronto, February, l993 Symposium: Tradition and Ecstasy: The Agony of the Fourteenth Century, The Claremont Graduate School, Claremont, CA, November, l992 Symposium: Narrative, Song, and Saga, The Claremont Graduate School, Claremont, CA,February, l992 Lecture series: Medieval Monastic Spirituality, Loyola Marymount University, Los Angeles, CA, November, l99l Mead-Swing Lectures: The Medieval Sequence, Oberlin College, Oberlin, October, l99l Symposium: The Gordon A. Anderson Medieval Materials Collection, University of New England, Armidale, New South Wales, Australia, August, l99l Annual Humanities and Science Lecture, California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, California, April l99l Annual Meetings of the Medieval Association of the Pacific, Davis, California, March, 1991; Tucson, Arizona, l988; Eugene, Oregon, l987; Los Angeles, l984 Chapter Meetings of the American Musicological Society, Riverside, CA, February, l991; Los Angeles, February, l985; Columbia, South Carolina, November, l981 Symposium: The Place of the Psalms in the Intellectual Culture of the Middle Ages, California State University, Northridge, February, l9 Symposium: The Cultural Milieu of the Troubadours and Trouver California State University, Northridge, December, l990 Lecture Series: Medieval Books and Learning, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, New Mexico Symposium: The European Middle Ages and the Rest of the World. Western Medieval Concepts and Their Resonance, California State University, Northridge February, l990 Symposium: The Concept of 'Figura' in the Middle Ages and Baroque, California State University, Northridge, November, l989 Conference: Early Music in the Context of Contemporary Culture: Problems of Interpretation and Source Study, Conservatory of Music, Moscow, U.S.S.R., September, l989 Symposium: Medieval Visions of Antiquity, California State University, Northridge, February, l989 Loew Lecture, The Medieval Institute, Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, Michigan, December, l988 Symposium: The Intellectual Climate of the Early University, California State University, Northridge, October, l988 Symposia: The Medieval Text--Documentation, Edition, Interpretation California State University, Northridge, February, l988 and The Huntington Library, San Marino, California, November l987 Conferences of the Corpus troporum, Perugia, Italy, September, l987; Munich, September, l984: Stockholm, June, l980 Symposium: Beholding and Understanding--Representations of Music in Literature and Art, ca. l400, University of California, Los Angeles, February, l987 Symposium: Paradigms in Medieval Thought--Applications in Medieval Disciplines, California State University, Northridge, February, l987 Eleventh International Conference on Patristic, Medieval and Renaissance Studies,Augustinian Historical Institute, Villanova University, Pennsylvania, October, l986 Conference on Medieval and Renaissance Music, London, England, August, l986 New College Conference on Medieval and Renaissance Music, University of South Florida,Sarasota, March, l986 Symposium: The Relevance of Medieval Learning, California State University Northridge, January, l986 Gordon A. Anderson Memorial Lecture, University of New England, Armidale, New South Wales, Australia, June, l985 Colloquium on Medieval Drama, Focused Research Project, University of California, Irvine, December, l984 Conference on the Medieval Sequence, Milan, Italy, April, l984 Conference for Paleography and the Medieval Sequence, Orleans, France, August, l982 Conference on Music Iconography, Mainz, Germany, August, l982 Conference for Medieval and Renaissance Music, Manchester, England, July, l982

CONFERENCES ORGANIZED

“Pathways: The Cultural Dynamics of Everyday Life,” Claremont Graduate University, February 2011
“Blood: Dynasty, Sacrament, Sacrifice,” Claremont Graduate University, February, 2010
“Symbolic Geographies: North-South as the Great Divide,” Claremont Graduate University, October, 2009
“Seeing is Believing? Representation, Identity, Illusion,” Claremont Graduate University, February, 2008
“Hating Voltaire: Essays that Changed the World and their Repercussions,” Claremont Graduate
University, December, 2007
“Time: Sense, Space Structure,” Claremont Graduate University, February, 2007
“Mobs,” Claremont Graduate University, November, 2006
“Cicero Refused to Die: Ciceronian Influences Through the Centuries,”
Claremont Graduate University, February, 2005
“Dreams and Visions,” Claremont Graduate University, November, 2004
“Fallen Cities and the Lure of Ruin,’ Claremont Graduate University with Gould Center for the
Humanities, Claremont McKenna College, Claremont, CA, February, 2004
"Chastity," Claremont Graduate University, November, 2003
"Empty Spaces," Claremont Graduate University, February, 2003
"The 'Empire of Translation': Translation as Metaphor and Transformation,"
          Claremont Graduate University, November, 2002
"Mind Matters: European Intellectual Culture from 1100-1500,"
Claremont Graduate University, February/March 2002
"Heroes Leave Their Shores: Exile, Loss, and Artistic Creativity,"
Symposium, Film, and Music Festival in collaboration with the Wissenschaftszentrum Berlin,
Berlin-Los Angeles Sister City Federation, Los Angeles Opera, Placido Domingo and the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion, Getty Research Institute, Goethe Institut, Long Beach Museum of Art,
and UCLA, School of the Arts and Architecture, Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, Los Angeles,
December, 2001
"Procession, Performance, Liturgy and Ritual," Claremont Graduate University, November, 2001
"Community, Kinship, and Spirituality: A Symposium in British Studies in Honor of the
Influence of Eleanor Searle," Claremont Graduate University, October, 2001
"The Cave: Unlikely Implications of a Philosophical Topic"
          Claremont Graduate University, February, 2001
"Poverty" Claremont Graduate University, November, 2000
"Performing Ecstasies: Music, Dance, and Ritual Around the Mediterranean,"
          Symposium, Concert, and Film Festival, in collaboration with the
Italian Cultural Ministry, University of California, Los Angeles, October, 2000
"Out of the Desert: Dry Places in History and the Imagination,"
           Claremont Graduate University, February, 2000
"Exile. Medieval topos, Modern Reality: The Dynamics of Disengagement from Antiquity       
          to Los Angeles," Claremont Graduate University, November, l999
Annual Meeting of the Medieval Association of the Pacific, Claremont, March, l999
"Plotinus and His Visions", Claremont Graduate University, February, l999
"Translation and Scientific Culture," University of San Diego and Claremont Graduate University,
  November, l998
"Augustinian Worlds" Claremont Graduate University, November, l998
"American Songs, American Souls: The Creation of an American Voice",
          Claremont McKenna College, and Claremont Graduate University, April, l998
"From Alexander to Machiavelli: Heritage and New Age", The Claremont Graduate School,
          February, l998
"Shaping the Past: Philistines, Heretics, and Upstarts", Claremont Graduate University,
           October, l997
"Alexander's Revenge: Hellenism Through the Centuries", Claremont Graduate University, February, l997
"Trance. Times and Cultures. A Comparison of Analysis and the Revelatory Experience",       
The Claremont Graduate School, November, l996
"Patterns, Repetition, and Design in Late Eighteenth-Century Composition:
          An Interdisciplinary Inquiry", The Claremont Graduate School, April, l996
“Issues in Medieval Philosophy”, Claremont Graduate School, February, l996
Annual Meeting of the Committee on Centers and Regional Associations,
           Medieval Academy of America, Claremont Graduate School, October, l995
"Purcell and His England", Claremont Graduate School, September, l995
"Reciprocity between 'Popular' and 'Literary' Cultures ca. l300", with Center for Medieval
and Renaissance Studies, University of California, Los Angeles, April, l995
"Encounters Along the Mediterranean Rim: Cross-Cultural Associations between Jewish, Arabic, Byzantine and Latin Civilizations in the Middle Ages",
          Claremont Graduate School and Claremont McKenna College, February, l995
"Associations and Boundaries in Medieval Germany", Claremont Graduate School,
          March, l994
"Design and Production in Medieval and Early Modern Europe",
          Claremont Graduate School and Scripps College, October, l993
"Power and Politics in the Anglo-Norman Empire", Claremont Graduate School,
          March, l993
"Baroque Music, Dance, and Theater" in collaboration with Pomona College,
           Claremont Graduate School, February, l993
"Tradition and Ecstasy: The Agony of the Fourteenth Century",
          Claremont Graduate School, November, l992
"Narrative, Song, and Saga", Claremont Graduate School, Claremont, California, February, l992
"The Place of the Psalms in the Intellectual Culture of the Middle Ages",
          California State University, Northridge, February, l99l
          Their Resonance", February, l990, California State University, Northridge
"The Cultural Milieu of the Troubadours and Trouvères" in collaboration with the         
          University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, California State University, Northridge, November, l990
"The European Middle Ages and the Rest of the World. Western Medieval Concepts and
          their Resonance", February, l990, California State University, Northridge
"The Concept of 'Figura' in the Middle Ages and Baroque", November, l989,    
          California State University, Northridge
Annual Meeting of the Medieval Association of the Pacific, March/April, l989,
          University of California, Los Angeles
"Medieval Visions of Antiquity", February, l989,
          California State University, Northridge
"The Early University", November, l988, California State University, Northridge
          February, l987, University of California, Los Angeles
"The Medieval Text: Documentation, Edition, Interpretation", February, l988 and November, l987,
  California State University, Northridge and the Huntington Library, San Marino,
California (with the Institute for Classical Languages, University of Stockholm, Sweden)
"Beholding and Understanding: Representations of Music in Literature and Art ca. l400",
          February, l987, University of California, Los Angeles
"Paradigms in Medieval Thought: Applications in Medieval Disciplines",
February, l987, California State University, Northridge
"The Relevance of Medieval Learning", January, l986, California State University, Northridge
 
 

COURSES TAUGHT

Claremont Graduate University, Claremont, CA:PUBLICATIONS (with selected reviews)

                Cross-Cultural Aesthetics
                Cross-Cultural and Interdisciplinary Music Criticism
                Handel and his Social Environment
                History and Literature of the Keyboard
                History of Music Theory: Music as a Liberal Art
                "Homer, Herder, Hegel, and Heine:"
                                A Conceptual Background for the Study of Folkmusic
                Monteverdi: Life, Works, Compositional Milieu
                Mozart and his Cultural Milieu: Habsburgs and Happenstance
                Musical Systems: Analysis in Transition
                Music and Metaphor
                Seminar in Medieval Music: Words and Music (interdisciplinary)
                Seminar in Renaissance Music (Culture, Notation, Performance Practice)
                Seminar in Late-18th, Early 19th-Century Music and Culture
                Seminar in "Romanticism," Conceptual Bases and Influences in the l9th Century
                Seminar in "Medievalism" as a Preoccupation in Nineteenth-Century Music
                Performance Practice of Early Music (Middle Ages, Renaissance, Baroque)
                Research and Bibliography in Historical and Systematic Musicology
                Research Seminar: The Song and Adam de la Halle (interdisciplinary)
                Research Seminar: Figurenlehre in the Middle Ages and l7th Century                                     (interdisciplinary)
                Research Seminar: "Medievalism" and German Romanticism in Music
                Style and Analysis: Middle Ages to 20th Century
                Teaching Music Theory
                Transdisciplinary Courses: Poverty, Capital and the Morality of the State
                                Representation, Identity, and Illusion
Central European University, Budapest, Hungary
                Music as a Medieval Science
                Music and Education in Medieval and Early Modern Europe
                Materials and Methods for Doing Research in Music from ca. 900 to 1600
                Musicological Sources and Documents in Central Europe
                The "Materiality" of Music, Medieval Composition, and the Concept of "Folksong"
California State University, Northridge:
                Contrapuntal Technics of the Sixteenth Century
                Form and Analysis
                Undergraduate Music History I (Middle Ages to Baroque),
                                II (Baroque to 20th Century)
                Undergraduate Music Theory (all areas)
                Graduate Seminar in Aesthetics
                Graduate Seminars in Baroque Music: Basso continuo Practice,
                                Concertato as Compositional Idea, Baroque Opera
                Graduate Seminars in Classical Music: Sensitivity or the Conceptual Roots of                    "Classicism","Empfindsamkeit"
                Graduate Seminar in Non-Liturgical Medieval Song (the Italian and Latin Laudi)
                Graduate Seminar in Medieval Manuscripts and Paleography
                Graduate Seminar in Performance Practice of Medieval Music (with
                                class performances at University of California, Irvine, CSUN)
                History and Literature of the Keyboard
                History of Music Theory
                Music Research Methods and Bibliography
                Music Appreciation
University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill:
                Undergraduate Music History:
                Middle Ages to the End of the Renaissance
                Graduate Seminar: Chant Notation, Sources and Editorial Problems
                Graduate Seminar: l3th-l4th Century Non-Liturgical Song
                Continuo Practice of the l7th Century
University of Basel, Switzerland:
                Contrapuntal Techniques of the l6th Century
                Contrapuntal Techniques of the 20th Century
                Functional Harmony in Historical Context
                History of Music: Middle Ages to 20th Century
                Music Research Methods and Bibliography
                Composer Course: Heinrich Schuetz
                Seminars: The Tonaries, The Tropes of the Christmas Mass
                Techniques of Composition in Historical Context (Historische Satzlehre):
                     I Middle Ages (Chant and Early Polyphony)
                     II Machaut and the Italian Trecento
                     III Dufay and his Contemporaries to Josquin
                     IV l6th-Century Composers to Beethoven
                Collegium musicum
Music Academy of Basel, Switzerland:
                Materials and Structure of Music
                Collegium musicum
Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana:
                Materials and Structure of Music

 

 

Books:
Old Stones New Music: Materiality, Culture, and Music in Central Europe
(in press, Brepols Publishers, Turnhout, Belgium)
 
The Cultural Context of Medieval Music.
Music, Devotion, Emotion, Intellection
(Routledge-Praeger Publishers, New York City, Santa Barbara, CA, 2011)
 
The Medieval Latin Sequence: A Complete Edition of the Repertory (2 vols. accepted for publication by Monumenta monodica medii aevi, Baerenreiter-Verlag, Kassel)
 
The Medieval Latin Sequence, 900-l600: A Catalogue of the Manuscript Sources (2 vols. forthcoming, Répertoire international des sources musicales [RISM], Henle-Verlag, Munich)
 
Music and Theology at the Early University: The Case of Robert Grosseteste and Anonymous IV (Thirteenth-Century Intellectual History [Brill Press, Leiden, London, New York], l995) numerous reviews
 
The Harp and the Soul: Studies in Medieval Music (Mellen Press, NY, l989), reviewed by André Barbera, Speculum 67 (l992), 493.
 
Music at Nevers Cathedral: Principal Sources of Medieval Chant, 2 vols. (Institute for Medieval Music, Binningen, Switzerland, l980), reviewed by Michel Huglo, Scriptorium 37 (l983), l56-7
 
Dissertation: A Historical and Stylistic Comparison of the Graduals of Gregorian and Old-Roman Chant (Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana, l972 (University Microfilms, Ann Arbor, Michigan) reviewed by Dom Jean Claire, Revue grégorienne (l974)
 
As Editor (co-editor):
 
Cicero Refused to Die: Ciceronian Influence through the Centuries, ed. Nancy van Deusen (in Press, Brill Publishers, Leiden, The Netherlands)
 
Mobs: An Interdisciplinary Inquiry, eds. Nancy van Deusen, Leonard M. Koff, eds. (Brill Publishers, Leiden,The Netherlands, 2011)
 
Dreams and Visions, ed. Nancy van Deusen (Brill Publishers, Leiden, The Netherlands, 2010)
 
Mind Matters: Essays in Intellectual History from 1100-1500 in Honor of Marcia L. Colish, eds. E. Ann Matter, Cary Nederman, Nancy van Deusen (Brepols Publishers, Turnhout, Belgium, 2009)
               
Central and Eastern Europe in the Middle Ages: A Cultural History: Essays in Honor of Paul W. Knoll, eds. Piotr Górecki, Nancy van Deusen (Tauris Academic Studies, 2009)
               
Chastity (Brill Publishers, Leiden, The Netherlands, 2008, inaugurating series of interdisciplinary collections of essays to appear annually, Brill Press)
 
Procession, Performance, Liturgy and Ritual (Claremont Cultural Studies 8, Institute for Medieval Music, Ottawa, Canada, 2007)
 
Performing Ecstasies. Music, Dance, and Ritual in the Mediterranean, eds. Luisa del Guidice and Nancy van Deusen (Claremont Cultural Studies 7, Institute for Medieval Music, Ottawa, 2005)
 
Alexander's Revenge: Essays in Hellenism, (with Jon Ma. Asgeirsson),
University of Iceland Press, 2003
 
Issues in Medieval Philosophy. Essays in Honor of Richard C. Dales
(Claremont Cultural Studies 6, Institute for Medieval Music, Ottawa, 2001)
 
Medieval Germany; Associations and Delineations    
(Claremont Cultural Studies 5 Institute for Medieval Music, Ottawa, 2000)
 
The Place of the Psalms in the Intellectual Culture of the Middle Ages (State University of New York [SUNY] Press, 1999)
 
Design and Production in Medieval and Early Modern Europe
(Claremont Cultural Studies 4, Institute for Medieval Music, Ottawa, 1998)
 
The Intellectual Climate of the Early University. Essays in Honor of Otto Gruendler (Studies in Medieval Culture, 39, Medieval Institute Publications, Kalamazoo, Michigan, l997)
               
Tradition and Ecstasy: The Agony of the Fourteenth Century
(Claremont Cultural Studies 3, Institute for Medieval Music, Ottawa, l997)
 
The Medieval West Meets the Rest of the World: Medieval Concepts and Their Resonance (Claremont Cultural Studies 2, Institute for Medieval Music, Ottawa, l994)
 
The Cultural Climate of the Troubadours and Trouvères
(Claremont Cultural Studies l, Institute for Medieval Music, Ottawa, l994)
 
Paradigms in Medieval Thought: Applications in Medieval Disciplines
(Proceedings of a Symposium held at California State University, Northridge, February, l987,
 Mellen Press, New York, l99l, reprinted 2003)
 
In memoriam Gordon Athol Anderson (2 vols, Institute for Medieval Music,       
Binningen, Switzerland, l984)
 
Chapters:
"The Cithara as Symbolum: Augustine vs Cassiodorus on the Subject of Musical Instruments" in: Saint Augustine and Music (Mellen Press, New York, l988)
 
Articles:
“Assembled in the Presence of God: Majestic Perseverance and the Cantus Coronatus,” in Mobs: An Interdisciplinary Enquiry, Nancy van Deusen and Leonard M. Koff, eds. (Presenting the Past: Central Issues in Medieval and Early Modern Studies Across the Disciplines, gen. ed. Nancy van Deusen [Brill Publishers, Leiden/Boston, 2012]), pp. 79-94
 
“Image, Musical Practice, and Daily Life in a Medieval Monastery,” in Ritual, Images, and Daily Life. The Medieval Perspective, ed. Gerhard Jaritz (Wien/Zuerich, 2012), pp. 209-220
 
“Material: Philip the Chancellor and the Reception of Aristotle’s Physics, “ in Resonant Witness: Conversations between Music and Theology, Jeremy S. Begbie, Steven R. Guthrie, eds. (Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing Co., Grand Rapids, MI/Cambridge, UK, 2011), pp. 46-64
 
“The Lament and Augustine: A Vision of Disintegration and Transformation,” in Dreams and Visions, ed. Nancy van Deusen (Brill Publishers, Leiden, The Netherlands, 2010), pp. 31-46
 
 “The Timaeus latinus and Cusanus,” in Mind Matters, Festschrift in Honor of Marcia L. Colish, Cary Nederman, and Nancy van Deusen, with E. Ann Matter, eds. (Brepols Publishers, Turnhout, 2010) 
 
“In and Out of a Latin ‘Forest:’ the Timaeus latinus, its Concept of silva, and Music as a Discipline in the Middle Ages,” Musica disciplina 53 (2009) 51-70
 
“University Studies and Trivialized Pursuits: The Place of Music in Medieval University Education,” in Central and Eastern Europe in the Middle Ages: Festschrift for Paul Knoll, Piotr Górecki and Nancy van Deusen, eds. (Tauris Academic Studies, 2009)
 
 “Verbum Dei Deo natum Considered within the Sequence as a Genre and its Manuscript Context,” in Leaves from Paradise: The Cult of John the Evangelist at the Dominican Convent of Paradies bei Soest, ed. Jeffrey F. Hamburger (Houghton Library Studies, Harvard University Press, 2008)
 
Articles: “Glagolitic Mass and Music Notation,” “Liturgical Manuscripts in Central/Eastern Europe,” “Musical and Liturgical Sources from Central/Eastern Europe in Oxford Dictionary of the Middle Ages, ed. Robert E. Bjork (forthcoming, Oxford University Press)
 
Articles: “Chant,” “Divine Office,” Gregorian Chant,” “Liturgical Music,” “Calendar Liturgical,’ in the New Westminster Dictionary of Church History, Vol I, ed. Robert Benedetto (Westminster John Knox Press, Louisville, KY, 2008)
 
Laudes regiae: In Praise of Kings. Medieval Acclamations, Liturgy, and the Ritualization of Power,” in Procession and Performance, Liturgy and Ritual, ed. Nancy van Deusen (Claremont Cultural Studies 7, Institute for Medieval Music, Ottawa, Canada, 2007) pp. 83-118.
 
“Ensouled Bodies: The Continuity of the Theme of ‘The Body as Instrument’,” Proceedings of a Conference on Mind-Body Interaction, CNRS Publications in Psychology (Paris, Fall, 2007).
 
“Describing Ecstasy on the North African Rim in Late Antiquity,” Performing Ecstasies. Music, Dance, and Ritual in the Mediterranean, Luisa Del Guidice and Nancy van Deusen, eds. (Claremont Cultural Studies 7, Institute for Medieval Music, Ottawa, Canada, 2005), pp. 13-24.
 
‘Baroque Spectacles and the Tradition of the turba,” in: Music Observed: Studies in Memory of William C. Holmes, Colleen Reardon and Susan Parisi, eds. (Warren, Michigan, 2004) pp. 489-510
               
“Time out of Time: Musical Exemplification of Eternity and Measured Time,” in: The Echo of Music: Essays in Honor of Marie Louise Göllner, ed. Blair Sullivan (Warren, Michigan, 2004), pp.113-124
 
“Orfeo ed Euridice, Philology and Mercury,” in Medieval and Renaissance Humanism, Stephen Gersh and Bert Roest, eds. (Leiden/Boston, 2003), pp. 31-54
 
"Songs of Exile, Songs of Pilgrimage," in: Western Plainchant in the First Millennium: Studies in the Medieval Liturgy and its Music, Sean Gallagher, James, Haar, John Nadas, and Timothy Striplin, eds. (Aldershot, England, 2003), pp. 105-118
 
Review: Davis, Lisa Fagin, The Gottschalk Antiphonary: Music and Liturgy in Twelfth-Century Lambach (Cambridge, England, 2000), in Manuscripta 45/46 (2001-2002), 175-177
 
“The Materiality of Vision, The Substance of Change; The Work of Junko Chodos,” in Metamorphoses;TheTransformative Vision of Junko Chodos, ed. Rafael Chodos (Catalogue of Junko Chodos Exhibition, Long Beach Art Museum, 2001), pp. 119-128
               
"'Voices from the Page': The Anthropology of Musical Signs," Varieties and Consequences of Literacy and Orality: Festschrift Franz Baeuml, Ursula Schaefer and Edda Spielmann, eds. (Tübingen, 2001), pp. 107-124
 
"Notions of 'Stuff' in the Middle Ages," in Issues in Medieval Philosophy,
ed. Nancy van Deusen (Claremont Cultural Studies 6, Institute for Medieval Music, Ottawa, 2001), pp. 131-144
 
"Crossing Boundaries between ‘Nature’ and ‘Artifact:’ A Reappraisal of Hungarian Folksong," Studia musicologia (of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences), 41/1-3 (2000), 285-301
 
Introduction to Encyclopedia of the Middle Ages, ed. Helen Damico, "Medieval Musicology" (Garland Press, New York/London, 2000). 157-164
 
Articles: De musica, De grammatica, De rhethorica, music/rhythm, Robert Grosseteste in: Augustine: An Encyclopedia, ed. Allan Fitzgerald, O.S.A. (William B. Eerdmans Publishing Company, Grand Rapids, Michigan, Cambridge, U.K., 1999)
 
"Byzantium and the West: Music as a Cultural Betrayer," in Festschrift János    
Bak ed. Marcell Sébeok (Central European University Press, Budapest, Hungary, l999) pp. 41-51
 
"Promissa mundo gaudia and the Theological Background of a Medieval Sequence,"
with Marcia L. Colish in: The Place of the Psalms in the Intellectual Culture of the Middle Ages (Albany, NY, l999), pp. 105-138
 
"Plundering the Past: Medievalism, Robert Schumann, and the Philistines,"
Festschrift Karlheinz Schlager, ed. Marcel Dobberstein (Tutzing, l998), pp. 37-58
 
"On the Usefulness of Music: Motion, Music, and the Thirteenth-Century            
Reception of Aristotle's Physics," Viator 29 (1998), 167-187
 
"Seeing Through Hearing: The Construct of the Cithara in Medieval Biblical       
Interpretation," in: Design and Production in Medieval and Early Modern Europe,             
ed. Nancy van Deusen (Claremont Cultural Studies 4, Ottawa, l998), pp. 116-127
 
Review: Lexicon musicum latinum medii aevi: Woerterbuch der lateinischen Musikterminologie des Mittelalters bis zum Ausgang des l5. Jahrhunderts (Dictionary of Medieval Latin Musical Terminology to the End of the 15th Century), ed. Michael Bernhard (Verlag der Bayerischen Akademie der Wissenschaften, Muenchen, l995) in Speculum 78, 2 (l998), 472ff
 
"Roger Bacon on Music," in: Roger Bacon and the Sciences, ed. Jeremiah Hackett (Leiden, l997), pp 223-24l
 
"Thirteenth Century Concepts of Motion and Their Applications in Music Theory,"           
in: The Early University (Studies in Medieval Culture, 39, Medieval Institute       
Publications, Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, Michigan, l997),
                pp. l01-l24
 
"Sequence Repertories: A Reappraisal," Musica Disciplina 48 (l994, appeared 1997), 99-l23
 
"Scholastic Antics and the Roman de Fauvel" in: Tradition and Ecstasy: The Agony        
of the Fourteenth Century (Claremont Cultural Studies 3, Ottawa, l997), pp. 191-222
 
"The Medieval charivari and Origins of Ethnicity," in: Papers of the Institute for Antiquity and Christianity, The Claremont Graduate School, ed. Jon Ma. Asgeirsson (Claremont, l996)
 
               
"Institutional Construct and Musical Composition: A Paradigm in Medieval France," in
Laborare fratres in unum. Festschrift Lászlo Dobszay zum 60. Geburtstag, David Hiley and Janka Szendrei, eds. (Hildesheim/Zuerich, l995), pp. 53-61
 
"Cantus planus: the Origin of a Concept," in Cantus planus: Papers Read at the 6th          
Meeting, Eger, Hungary, l993 (Institute for Musicology, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Budapest, l995), pp. 1-13
 
"Formula or Formulation? Old Roman Chant and Italianate Melodic Style" in:
 Max Lütolf zum 60. Geburtstag. Festschrift, Bernhard Hangartner und Urs Fischer, eds.
(Basel, l994), pp. 21-30
 
"The Medieval Sequence as a Bridge to Other Musical Civilizations" in: The Medieval West Meets the Rest of the World: Medieval Concepts and Their Resonance with Other World Civilizations (Claremont Cultural Studies 2, Ottawa, l994), pp. 108-120
 
"Ubi Lex? Robert Grosseteste's Discussion of Law, Letter, and Time and its Musical Exemplification" Dayton Philosophical Review 22 (l994), 219-232
 
"The Paradox of Privacy in the Love Songs of Adam de la Halle" in: The Cultural Milieu of the Troubadours and Trouvères (Claremont Cultural Studies l, Ottawa, l994), pp. 56-66
 
Review: Hendrik van der Werf, The Extant Troubadour Melodies: Transcriptions and Essays for Performers and Scholars (Rochester, NY, by the Author, l984), Romance Philology 45 (l992), l97-200.
                                               
"The Latin Phaedo and its Concept of Simultaneous Harmony" in: Tradition and its Future in Music. Report of SIMS l990 Osaka (Proceedings of the Symposium of the International Musicological Society, Osaka, Japan, l99l), pp. 309-320.
 
"Procession without Progress: The Mastery of Static Style in the Medieval Latin Sequence" in: Proceedings of the First International Musicological Conference, September, l989,
Conservatory of Moscow, U.S.S.R. (Moscow, l99l).
 
"The Paradigm of 'figura' and its Importance for l3th-Century Discussions of Rhythm in Context" in: Paradigms in Medieval Thought: Applications in Medieval Disciplines. A Symposium
(New York, l99l), pp.65-80.
 
Review: Margaret Louise Switten, The Cansos of Raimon de Miraval,
Medieval Academy Books (Cambridge, Massachusetts, l985),
Romance Philology 43 (l989), 356-358.
 
" The Cithara as Symbolum: Augustine vs Cassiodorus on the Subject of Musical Instruments," in: Saint Augustine and Music (Mellen Press, New York, l988)
 
"'Alma, arpa, armonia: Platonic Symbolism in Trecento Art and Music" Gordon Athol Anderson Memorial Lecture, l985 (University of New England, Armidale, New South Wales, Australia, l987)
 
"Polymelodic Sequences and a 'Second Epoch' of Sequence Composition"
Musicologie médiévale: Notations et séquences (Actes de la Table-Ronde duC. N. R. S. a l'Institut de Recherche et d'Histoire des Textes, Paris, l987), pp. 2l3-225.
 
"The Use and Significance of the Sequence" Musica Disciplina 40 (l986), l-46.
 
"The Image of the Harp and Trecento Reception of Plato's Phaedo" Florilegium 7 (l985), l55-l78.
 
"Origins of a Significant Medieval Genre: The Musical 'Trope' to the Twelfth Century"
 Rhetorica (Journal of the History of Rhetoric) 3 (l985), 245-267.
 
"Manuscript and 'Milieu': Illustration in Liturgical Music Manuscripts" in:
In memoriam Gordon Athol Anderson, Binningen (Switzerland, l984), pp. 7l-86.
 
"The Medieval Latin Sequence: A Complete Catalogue of the Sources and Editions of the Texts and Melodies" Journal of the Plainsong and Medieval Music Society 5 (l982), 56-60.
 
"Style, Nationality and the Sequence in the Middle Ages" Journal of the Plainsong
and Medieval Music Society 5 (l982) 44-55.
 
"Music at Nevers Cathedral: Relationships between a Medieval Institution and Manuscript Transmission" Musicology (Journal of the Australian Musicological Society) 7 (l982), 30-40.
 
"The Sequence Repertory at Nevers Cathedral" Basler Studien zur Interpretation                der alten Musik, Forum Musicologicum 2 (l980), 44-59
 
"Special Reports: Jean-Jacques Rousseau and the Swiss Musicological Society,  May l978" Current Musicology 27 (l979), l4-l6.
 
"A Trope for Epiphany: A Medieval Mentality" ("Ein Tropus für Epiphanias") Neue Zürcher Zeitung (7/8 January, l978).

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