Kelli McQueen is a PhD candidate in musicology and medieval studies. She holds master’s degrees in Library and Information Science and Music History and Literature from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. Some of her research interests include cultural contact and exchange in medieval poetry and song, gendered organology, and American popular music. Kelli teaches writing workshops with the Education Justice Project and was the copy editor of The Medieval Globe for five years. In 2020, she was the public humanities fellow with the Humanities Research Institute. She enjoys playing fiddle, finger-style guitar, and other period string instruments (lute, viola da gamba, and vielle). She often performs with the Flatland Consort and at various small venues in the CU area.
McQueen, K. “A Hierarchy of Instruments in Troubadour Chansonniers: A New Comprehensive Look at Images and Their Implications for Tunings and the Performance of Troubadour Melodies,” Galpin Society Journal, (forthcoming, 2023).
McQueen, K. “From Minnelied to Liederkreis: Locating the Middle Ages in Beethoven’s Work,” Arietta: Journal of the Beethoven Society of Europe, vol. 9, (2020): 38-43.
McQueen, K. “Ethical Issues of Knowledge Organization in Designing a Metadata Schema for the Leo Kottke Archives.” Knowledge Organization, 42/5 (2015), 332-338.
MUS 102: American Popular Music
MUS 110: Introduction to Art Music: International Perspectives
MUS 132: Popular Music, History of Rock
MUS 313: History of Western Music I
MUS 314: History of Western Music II
MUS 130: Introduction to the Art of Music (for non-music majors)
CLCV 115: Mythology of Ancient Greece and Rome
CLCV 224: American Race and Ethnicity in the Classical Tradition