Society for Music Theory

Volume 15 Number 3 and 4, August 2009

Copyright © 2009 Society for Music Theory

Editor’s Message

Essays

Introduction  
15.3/4.1
        Joseph Straus (Graduate Center, CUNY)
Time, Work, and Chronic Illness
15.3/4.2
        Paul Attinello (Newcastle University)
“But You Don’t Look Sick”: A Survey of Scholars with Chronic, Invisible Illnesses and their Advice on How to Live and Work in Academia
15.3/4.3
        Samantha Bassler (Open University, UK)
More Than the Blues: Clinical Depression, Invisible Disabilities and Academe
15.3/4.4
        James Deaville (Carleton University)
Escaping from a Black Hole: Facing Depression in Academia
15.3/4.5
        Timothy L. Jackson (University of North Texas)
Scholarship and Quadriplegia
15.3/4.6
        Allen Gimbel (Lawrence University)
“Re-narrating” Disability through Musical Performance
15.3/4.7
        Stefan Sunandan Honisch (University of British Columbia)
Our Common Uniqueness
15.3/4.8
        Jeff Gillespie (Butler University)
The Symbiosis of Disability
15.3/4.9
        Ciro Scotto (Eastman School of Music)
How Do You Hear That? Autism, Blindness, and Teaching Music Theory
15.3/4.10
        Jon Kochavi (Swarthmore College)
Notational Systems and Conceptualizing Music: A Case Study of Print and Braille Notation
15.3/4.11
        Shersten Johnson (University of St. Thomas)
Music Fundamentals: Three Classes with Daniel Trush
15.3/4.12
        Stephanie Jensen-Moulton (Brooklyn College)
Reflections on and Some Recommendations for Visually Impaired Students
15.3/4.13
        David Pacun (Ithaca College)
“Teaching Blind”: Methods for Teaching Music Theory to Visually Impaired Students
15.3/4.14
        Janna Saslaw (Loyola University)
Universal Design and Adaptive Equipment: Ideas and Solutions for Music Schools
15.3/4.15
        Rebecca Morris (Unversity of Southern California)

Review

Review of David Huron, Sweet Anticipation (MIT Press Books, 2006): Implications for Composers
15.3/4.16
        Eleanor Aversa (University of Pennsylvania)



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