Edited By Hyunseon Lee and Naomi D. Segal
Notes on Contributors
MARIA BIRBILI studied piano, voice and French literature at the Sorbonne IV in Paris, and musicology and theatre studies at the Freie Universität Berlin. Her PhD dissertation, Die Politisierung der Oper im 19. Jahrhundert [The Politicization of Opera in the 19th Century], has been published by Peter Lang, Frankfurt, 2014. Birbili has been a Fellow of the Gerda Henkel Stiftung and the DAAD in Italy and in Paris, a chercheur associé at the Maison des Sciences de l’Homme in Paris, and a Visiting Scholar at the University of Chicago, and she is currently a collaborator in the Rossini, the Verdi and the Meyerbeer critical editions projects. She is working on her Habilitation with a second book on Rossini’s Italian operas and she is the editor of the critical edition of Rossini’s Le Siège de Corinthe. Her publications are predominantly on French and Italian opera of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries.
MARCIA J. CITRON is Lovett Distinguished Service Processor of Musicology at Rice University. She specializes in the intersection of opera and film and has published the books When opera meets film (Cambridge University Press, 2010) and Opera on screen (Yale University Press, 2000). Another area, women in music, is capped by the award-winning study Gender and the musical canon 1993 (Cambridge University Press; reprint 2000, University of Illinois Press). In 2012 she was awarded a lifetime achievement award, Honorary Membership, by the American Musicological Society, where she has served on the Board of Directors and as...
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