Aaron S. Allen
Aaron S. Allen, Assistant Professor of Musicology, joined the UNCG School of Music faculty in 2007. Dr. Allen’s research is in the field of Beethoven reception, specifically in nineteenth-century Italy. In addition, he is interested in studies of music and nature, known as ecomusicology, and he co-founded and currently chairs the American Musicological Society’s Ecocriticism Study Group. Dr. Allen has published and presented papers on campus environmental issues, Beethoven, and ecomusicology. After receiving his Ph.D. in 2006 from Harvard University, Dr. Allen was the Core Post-Doctoral Fellow and Lecturer in Music before moving to UNC Greensboro. Before that, he spent a year in Italy doing research as a visiting student at the
Universitá degli studi di Bologna. Dr. Allen earned bachelor's degrees (B.A. in music and B.S. in environmental studies) from Tulane University
in New Orleans, and has lived in various southern states although he originally hails from West Virginia.
There are 8 included publications by Aaron S. Allen :