Research on the early twentieth-century musicals of George M. Cohan and other musical theater-related topics, with particular attention to nationalism, race, and ethnicity. Students may find related projects of interest.
I am also willing to mentor students on their projects in musicology, musical theater studies, or related fields.
Volunteer; Prepare a UROP proposal; Write an Honors Thesis
Research Assistant: work may involve reception history and analysis (examining digitized newspaper and magazine articles), and other forms of analysis.
Experience with multiple types of interdisciplinary humanities/arts research. The research could provide the basis for a UROP project, honors thesis, or independent study.
To be determined in conjunction with UROP or other program guidelines. Ongoing project with flexible hours based on student's school and work schedules.
Interest in musical theater history and/or humanities research, careful attention to detail, good judgment and critical thinking skills, ability to work without supervision