Lead author, “Capturing the Zeitgeist: Preserving American Music and Culture in the
Mashups of DJ Earworm.” Journal of the Society for American Music. 2023.
Lead author, Review of Demystifying Scriabin. Music Theory Online 29, no. 2. 2023.
Lead author, “Perceiving the Mosaic: Form in the Mashups of DJ Earworm.” Music Theory Spectrum 43, no. 1: pp. 9-42. 2021.
Sole author, “Scriabin’s Transition from Tonality: Chord Functions and Key Relationships”
in Mining the Gap: Musics with and after tonality. Routledge Publishing. 2021.
Sole author, “(Post-)Tonal Key Relationships in Scriabin’s Late Music,” Music Analysis 36, No. 3. 2017.
Co-author, Freemusicdictations.net. 2021.Online textbook for KSU Aural Skills courses,
which was funded by the USG Textbook Transformation Grant (peer-reviewed) in 2017
with a follow-up enhancement grant in 2021 to add sight-singing materials.
Co-author, 2020 USG Continuous Improvment Grant for Freemusicdictations.net. - $5,300
Completed a large module of sight-singing excerpts
Principal investigator, 2017 USG Transformation Grant for Freemusicdictations.net
Completed a series of dictations and instruction videos for teaching and assessing
Sole winner, 2020 College of the Arts Early Achievement Award - $1,000
Top prize, 2018 John C. Salerno Prize for Research Achivement - $1,000
The decision was made by an anonymous jury of KSU faculty for the inaugural John C.
Salerno Memorial Symposium, a peer-reviewed conference showcasing research across
every department at KSU.
2018 Dean's Research/Creative Activity Travel Award - $1,500
Spent three weeks in the archives of the Glinka Museum in Moscow, Russia studying
the manuscripts and compositional notebooks of Alexander Scriabin with permission
of the Russian government.