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Heather Hadlock

Heather Hadlock

Affiliated Faculty
Associate Professor of Music
Ph.D., Princeton University, Musicology (1996)

Special fields: 18th- and 19th-century French and Italian opera, feminist criticism and gender studies, and French Romanticism. Her current research encompasses Italian bel canto, Berlioz, Offenbach, operatic masculinities, opera in the digital age, and divas and technology.Publications: Mad Loves: Women and Music in Offenbach’s "Les Contes d’Hoffmann" (Princeton University Press, 2000) and chapters in Rethinking Difference in Music Scholarship (Cambridge University Press, 2015); Music's Obedient Daughter: The Opera Libretto from Source to Score (Rodopi, 2014); The Cambridge Companion to Rossini (Cambridge University Press, 2003); Women’s Voices Across Musical Worlds (Northeastern University Press, 2003); Berlioz: Past Present, Future (U of Rochester Press, 2003); Siren Songs (Princeton University Press, 2000). She wrote the annotated bibliography on "Women and Music" for the Oxford Bibliographies Online: Music (Oxford University Press, 2011). Articles and reviews in Cambridge Opera Journal, Journal of the American Musicological Society, Journal of Musicological Research, repercussions, Opera Quarterly.