Annegret Fauser

Prof. Dr. Annegret Fauser

University of North Carolina
Department of Music
Hill Hall, CB #3320
Chapel Hill, NC 27599-3320

Position / Tätigkeit:

Professor of Music and Adjunct Professor in Women’s Studies

Forschungs- und Interessengebiete:
  • music of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries (in particularly that of France and America)
  • music in the U.S. during World War II
  • women and music
  • nationalism
  • Wagnerism
  • exoticism
wichtigste Veröffentlichungen:

Musical Encounters at the 1889 Paris World’s Fair, Rochester 2005

Aaron Copland, Nadia Boulanger, and the Making of an ‘American’ Composer, in: Musical Quarterly 89 (2006), pp. 524-555 (special issue on ‘Music & Identity’, ed. by Annegret Fauser and Tamara Levitz)

Histoires interrompues: raconter l’histoire de la musique en France. Translated by Hélène Panneton, in: Sylvain Caron/Michel Duchesneau/François de Médicis (eds), Musique et modernité en France 1900–1950, Montréal 2006, pp. 19-50

Creating Madame Landowska, in: Women & Music. A Journal of Gender and Culture 10 (2006), pp. 1-23

(ed., with Mark Everist) Music, Theater, and Cultural Transfer: Paris, 1830–1914, Chicago 2009

‘Dixie Carmen’: War, Race, and Identity in Oscar Hammerstein’s Carmen Jones (1943), in: Journal of the Society for American Music 4 (2010), pp. 127-174