I was honoured to be invited to give the opening Plenary lecture at the MAA annual meeting, this year held at the University of Notre Dame in the US.
I chose to speak about a project that I’ve been thinking about for a while, but which will probably be the book after next (the next one should be on Douce 308). I was going to blog on the content of the paper, but Peter Konieczny of medievalists.net beat me to it!: click here to go to the page.
Jointly authored article in Renaissance Quarterly now out.
Patrick Macey asked me to write the fourteenth-century part of a review of recent trends in the study of music from the time period covered by the RSA‘s journal Renaissance Quarterly (roughly 1300-1700). He introduces the piece and my part is then followed by contributions from David Fallows and Kate van Orden dealing with the later centuries.
Publication information: Elizabeth Eva Leach, David Fallows, and Kate Van Orden, “Recent Trends in the Study of Music of the Fourteenth, Fifteenth, and Sixteenth Centuries”. Renaissance Quarterly, 68/1 (Spring 2015), pp. 187-227. Published by: The University of Chicago Press on behalf of the Renaissance Society of America. Leach et al 2015