Suzanne G. Cusick F'13, F'01, G'92, G'91, G'89

Suzanne G. Cusick
Professor
Music, Faculty of Arts and Science
New York University

ACLS Fellowship Program 2013
Professor
Music, Faculty of Arts and Science
New York University
Men Hearing Women in Medicean Florence

This project uses the rich documentation of a 1620 scandal involving a nobleman and a singing nun to explore the interaction of aural culture—specifically, gendered modes of aurality and vocality—with the erotic and political life of early modern Florence.

Frederick Burkhardt Residential Fellowships for Recently Tenured Scholars 2001
Associate Professor
University of Virginia
A Romanesca of one's own: gender, power and vocality in Francesca Caccini's Florence
For residence at Villa I Tatti during academic year 2001-2002

ACLS Grants-In-Aid 1992
Independent Scholar
Double death or second life: Francesca Caccini after 1627

Travel Grants 1991
Independent Scholar
Conference, Fourth Biennial Conference on Baroque Music
London, England

ACLS Grants-In-Aid 1989
Independent Scholar
A documentary and contectual history of Francesca Caccini's La Liberazione di Ruggiero dall'isola d'Alcina 1625