David Adam Levy
C. Phil., October 2004; MA in European History, UCLA, January 2004; BA in Intellectual History, University of Pennsylvania, June 2001
Modern Europe, Germany, Cultural and Intellectual History, Musicology
Thesis Topic: "Scandal Concerts and the Politicization of Opera Reception in Weimar Berlin"
"'Wozzeck' and 'Foreign' Opera in Weimar Berlin," in "Procedings of the 8th Annual Interdisciplinary German Studies Conference at the University of California at Berkeley" (Cambridge Scholars Press, forthcoming)
Grants and Awards
Deutsche Akademische Austauschdiesnt (German Academic Exchange Service) scholarship for research and study in Germany (Fall 2005-Summer 2006), Center for European and Eurasian Studies language study grant (Summer 2004, Summer 2005), Center for European and Russian Studies Summer FLAS fellowship (Summer 2002)
Professor Debora Silverman (Chair), Professor Saul Friendlander, Professor Robert Wohl, Professor Mitchel Morris (Musicology)
"The Chinaman from Vienna: How Berlin Recieved 'Wozzeck' as Foreign," presented at the 8th Annual Interdisciplinary German Studies Conference at the University of California at Berkeley in Berkeley, CA (12 March, 2005); and "'Wozzeck' and the Politicization of Opera in Weimar Berlin," presented at the European History Colloquium of the Univeristy of California at Los Angeles Department of History in Los Angeles, CA (24 May 2005).
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