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Name and Surname: Erika Honisch
Academic Degrees: PhD. in Music History and Theory (University of Chicago, 2011); Master of Arts in Music History and Theory (University of Chicago, 2008); Bachelor of Music in Music Literature (University of British Columbia, 2004)
Year and Place of Birth: 1981, Duncan, BC (Canada)
Institutional Affiliation: State University of New York-Stony Brook

Curriculum Vitae: Erika Honisch is assistant professor of musicology at the UMKC Conservatory of Music and Dance. She completed her Ph.D. in Music History and Theory at the University of Chicago in 2011 (Sacred Music in Prague, 1580–1612), where she worked under the supervision of Dr. Robert Kendrick. She also has a master’s degree in Music History and Theory from the University of Chicago, and a Bachelor of Music in Music History and Literature from the University of British Columbia. The recipient of the American Musicological Society Howard Mayer Brown Fellowship and the University of Chicago-Andrew Mellon Dissertation Fellowship, Dr. Honisch spent a year researching and teaching at the University of Toronto’s Faculty of Music before coming to UMKC. She is currently working on a book, tentatively titled Moving Music in the Heart of Europe, 1555–1648. A firm believer in scholarly collaboration, Honisch has co-organized multi-national panels dealing with music in Renaissance Bohemia, and is currently working with scholars in the United Kingdom and Spain to track the movement of music between the two poles of Habsburg Europe, Spain and the Holy Roman Empire, in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries. She is a regular presenter at national and international conferences, having presented papers in the US, Canada, the Netherlands, Spain, and Croatia.

Relevant Bibliography:
1. Light of Spain, Light of the World: Invoking Saint James in Rudolfine Prague. In: Recent Research in Early Iberian Music in an International Context, ed. Tess 2013 Knighton a Emilio Ros-Fabregas (forthcoming).
2. Pro laudatissima Domo Austriaca: Music and Eucharistic Devotion at the Prague 2011 Court of Rudolf II. In: Tassilo Erhardt, ed. Sakralmusik im Habsburger Kaiserreich 1619–1740. Wien: Verlag der Österreichischen Akademie der Wissenschaften, 2011.

Links: http://conservatory.umkc.edu/faculty-profile.cfm?id=122

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