Eleonora M. Beck is Associate Professor of Music at Lewis & Clark College in Portland, Oregon. Her book Singing in the Garden: Music and Culture in the Tuscan Trecento was published in 1998. Her scholarship has appeared in Early Music, Imago Musicae, Medievalia et Humanistica, Music in Art, and Women of Note Quarterly. She has received the Graves Award for Excellence in Teaching (2000) and students voted her Lewis & Clark College’s Professor of the Year in 1998.
Roberta Lamb is Associate Professor, School of Music, with cross-appointments to the Institute of Women's Studies and the Faculty of Education, Queen's University, Kingston, Canada.
Kathleen McKeage is a Senior Lecturer at the University of Wyoming where she teaches double bass, aural theory and courses in music education. She is an active performer and appears regularly with the UW Faculty Jazz Combo, UW Chamber Players and area symphonies. During the summers, she performs with the western swing band Wyoming Home Grown, which last year performed at the Kennedy Center. Currently, she is working on a project in which principles of feminist pedagogy are applied to a student jazz combo.
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