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Daniel Sheridan has most recently instructed in music history at McMaster University. He earned a PhD in Cultural Mediations, specializing in Musical Culture, from Carleton University. Daniel has published in such venues as Intersections and The Wagner Journal and is a contributor to The Cambridge Wagner Encyclopedia and The Grove Dictionary of American Music (2nd Edition). He also has forthcoming contributions to the 13th volume of The Bloomsbury Encyclopedia of Popular Music of the World.
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