Adjunct Assistant Professor (Theory and Composition)
Chair of Undergraduate Studies
Stephanie Lind, three-time winner of the School of Music Teaching Award, received her Ph.D. in music theory from the University of British Columbia in 2008 under the supervision of Dr. John Roeder. She has taught a variety of courses in music theory and analysis including chromatic harmony and form, post-tonal music, and counterpoint at Queen's, and has previously taught music theory and aural skills at the University of British Columbia and Douglas College.
Dr. Lind’s research contributions include articles in Intersections (2008) and Music Theory Online (2009), as well as presentations at the annual conferences of the Canadian University Music Society and the Society for Music Theory, the West Coast Conference for Music Theory and Analysis, and the Perspectives on Music in Canada Symposium. More recent publications include an article on Jacques Hétu’s composite style in Perspectives of New Music and a review of Richard Cohn’s Audacious Euphony in the Journal of Mathematics and Music. In addition to her work on theoretical and analytical issues in transformational theory and contemporary Canadian music, her research interests also include video game music and music theory pedagogy.
She is a past winner of the Canadian University Music Society's George Proctor Prize.