That’s a Wrap!

This summer has been an absolute whirlwind. I’ve learned so much about digital mapping, Darius Milhaud, and my own researching style and abilities. So, I’ve compiled a list of things that I’ve learned this summer along with some tips and tricks to...

Mapping Parisian Salons

Introduction This summer, I pursued an independent research project focusing on the salons of late 19th and early 20th century Paris. I set out to create a comprehensive map of salons from the era that listed relevant information so that students, scholars, and the...

Where am I?

You’ve heard us wax poetic about the research process, the glories of mapping, the people and stories we have discovered over the summer, but really you may find yourself wondering: what has this research team accomplished? First of all, a lot. Secondly (and more...

The Music Teacher

Composer. Organist. Pedagogue. Nadia Boulanger is widely regarded as one of the most influential music teacher’s of the 20th century.  Her teaching position at the American Conservatory at Fontainebleau helped mold a new generation of American composers,...