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Roseen Giles is completing a doctoral degree in musicology at the University of Toronto. Her dissertation explores the aesthetics of Claudio Monteverdi’s late madrigals, in particular, the relationship between music and poetry in the composer’s settings of Giambattista Marino’s verses. Her scholarly interests are broad and far-reaching, including music and devotional practice in the early modern period, occult philosophy and the music of the Renaissance, and also the musical notation of medieval Armenia. Her doctoral work is supported by the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada, and she was the 2013 recipient of the American Musicological Society’s Howard Mayer Brown Fellowship.
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