Candace Bailey

Degree: 
Ph.D
Specialization: 
Musicology
Graduation Year: 
1992

Candace Bailey won the 2016 Judith Tick Fellowship from the Society for American Music for research in women in American music. She was also the recipient of a 2015-16 National Endowment for the Humanities Faculty Award.

In the Fall of 2016, Dr. Bailey was an invited lecturer at Porter-Campbell Symposium, Center for American Music, Univ. of Colorado, Boulder (Oct. 2016) and delivered a Distinguished Alumna presentation, UNC-Greensboro (Nov. 2016). She also delivered invited lectures abroad in Royaumont Abbey (Paris), Tatton Park (UK), and elsewhere. In April 2017, she will give the keynote for the Midwest Victorian Studies Association (Stedman Lecture).

Forthcoming publications include:

Beyond Boundaries: The Transmission of Music in Early Modern Britain, co-editor with Linda Austern and Amanda Eubanks Winkler,  Indiana University Press, press date Winter 2017

“Binder’s Volumes as Commonplace Books “The Challenge of Domesticity in Men’s Manuscripts in Restoration England” in Beyond Boundaries: The Transmission of Music in Early Modern Britain, forthcoming in above

“Binder’s Volumes as Musical Commonplace Books: The Transmission of Cultural Codes in the Antebellum South,” forthcoming in The Journal of the Society of American Music, publication November 2016

Dr. Bailey has also received contracts from Univ. of South Carolina Press for Southern Belles Abroad: The Music Collections of Harriet Lowndes, Henrietta Aiken, and Louisa McCord (MS due Dec. 2016) and from Univ. of Illinois Press for Women, Music, and the Performance of Gentility in the Mid-Nineteenth Century South (MS due Aug. 2017).