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Susan Jackson


Susan Jackson earned her Ph.D. in musicology from the City University of New York Graduate School; she also holds the M. Phil and a B.S.Ed in Music Education. Her general areas of research interest are in 15th- and 16th c. music, music printing and print culture in the Reformation, women and music, Jazz, and 18th c. German music. Dr. Jackson has held teaching appointments at The University of Texas at Austin, Bucknell University, The Brooklyn Conservatory, and The City University of New York; her research has been supported by NEH, DAAD/Fulbright, and AMS 50 fellowships. Her current research project is a catalogue raisoneé of Katherina Gerlach’s prints (1563-95) and an article on the many roles of women in the book trades in 16th c. Nuremberg.