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“I Can’t Be What You Expect of Me”: Power, Palatability, and Shame in Frozen: The Broadway Musical (2020)
Journal Article

This article combines critical, cultural, and musical analysis to situate Frozen: The Broadway Musical as a distinct work within Disney’s wider franchise. In this article, I consider the evolution of Elsa’s character on stage and the role of addition... Read More about “I Can’t Be What You Expect of Me”: Power, Palatability, and Shame in Frozen: The Broadway Musical.

The Cries of London (2019)
Presentation / Conference

Since the late 19th Century, public vocalizations in urban spaces have been on the wane, brought about in part through a combination of direct legislation and changes in commerce, most markedly the emergence of digital technology. Moreover, economic... Read More about The Cries of London.

Death and Resurrection Motifs in Narratives of Berlioz's and Liszt's Lives: D'Ortigue, Ramann, and Berlioz's Mémoires (2019)
Journal Article

The ways in which biographers mythologize their subjects’ lives (and the way they mythologize their own lives) have long been a topic of research in life-writing. Even though several musicologists have identified mythologizing “motifs,” the mythologi... Read More about Death and Resurrection Motifs in Narratives of Berlioz's and Liszt's Lives: D'Ortigue, Ramann, and Berlioz's Mémoires.