/ About the Authors

Music & Politics

Volume 14, Number 2

Summer 2020

Inessa Bazayev is Paula G. Manship Associate Professor of Music Theory and Ogden Honors College Faculty Fellow at Louisiana State University. Her articles on Russian music and music theory have appeared in major music theory journals. Her co-edited volume Analytical Approaches to 20th-Century Russian Music: Tonality, Modernism, Serialism is forthcoming in fall 2020 (Routledge).

Matthew Honegger is a doctoral candidate in musicology at Princeton University, where he is writing a dissertation on music in Soviet cultural diplomacy. His work has been supported by the Princeton Institute for International and Regional Studies, the Fulbright Program, and the Association for Slavic, East European, and Eurasian Studies. 

Olga Panteleeva is an unemployed scholar. She works on transnational perspectives on racism and anti-racist movements, utopian epistemologies, illiberal politics and music, Russian and Soviet music, Cold War cultural diplomacy, history of the humanities, and decolonizing higher education. 

Christopher Segall is Associate Professor of Music Theory at the College-Conservatory of Music, University of Cincinnati. He is a contributing co-editor of Analytical Approaches to 20th-Century Russian Music: Tonality, Modernism, Serialism (Routledge, forthcoming).

Anicia Timberlake is Assistant Professor of Musicology at the Peabody Institute of the Johns Hopkins University. Her research focuses on musical citizenship in the twentieth century, examining how political ideologies can come to be experienced in the body. 

Daniil Zavlunov is Assistant Professor of Music History at Stetson University. Although his primary area of research is opera in nineteenth-century Russia, his scholarship also encompasses music analysis and history of music theory. His research has appeared in The Journal of Musicology, Music Theory Online, Russian Literature, and elsewhere.