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Timothy L. Jackson

Timothy L. Jackson

About Me
Timothy L. Jackson’s primary interests center on the music of the eighteenth through twentieth centuries, Schenkerian theory, and politics and music. He has published on a wide range of topics, especially on theories of form and large-scale tonal structure, in an array of journals including The Journal of Music Theory, Music Analysis, In Theory Only, Theory and Practice, The Journal of Schenkerian Studies, 19th-century Music, The Musical Quarterly, Music and Letters, The Journal of Musicological Research, and The International Journal of Musicology, and also in books published by Rochester, Cambridge, Oxford, Duke, Princeton University Presses, and Ashgate Press. He teaches courses on music theory and the politics of classical music, and actively directs the "Lost Composers and Theorists" Project, which seeks to revive the music of composers whose work was eclipsed or lost as a result of the Nazi-era cultural policies and the Holocaust. He has been a Fulbright Professor to German and Korea, and received awards from Germany, Austria, Canada, and Finland to support his academic research.