Brian Anderson is a Ph.D. candidate in musicology with a related field in music theory at the University of North Texas. He earned an M.M. in Musicology (2016), a B.S. in Mathematics (2009), and a B.M.E. in Music Education (2009) at Kansas State University. As an active member of UNT’s Graduate Association of Musicologists und Theorists (GAMuT), he has served on the planning committee for two graduate student conferences, organized more than a dozen professional development events, and implemented a mentorship program to pair incoming students with current students in musicology, music theory, and ethnomusicology. His primary research interest is in music binder’s volumes in nineteenth-century America, though he also maintains an active interest in music theory. He has presented his research at the Texas Society of Music Theory and at the UNT Library’s Day of Digital Scholarship.
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