Vice Provost for Undergraduate Education
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Kirsten Sarah Paige
BioI am currently a Postdoctoral Fellow at Stanford University, where I lead undergraduate courses in music and the humanities. At Stanford, I am also affiliated with the Woods Institute for the Environment.
I previously taught at the San Francisco Conservatory and the University of California, Berkeley, where I completed my Ph.D. in Music History and Literature in 2018. Before coming to Berkeley, I earned an M.Phil. in Music from the University of Cambridge (2012) and A.B. in Music from the University of Chicago (2011).
My work demonstrates how cultural and material histories of climate and the environment shaped music, sound, and media cultures and their politics in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, with special attention to Germany and to global historiographies. My teaching and research investments more broadly encompass opera and theater studies; sound studies; media studies, especially media history and theory; the history, culture, and politics of climate, climate change, and the Anthropocene; posthumanism and new materialism; philosophies of technology; discourses of race, ethnicity, and alterity, including postcolonial and subaltern studies; and the history of ethics. My work has appeared or is forthcoming in journals including European Romantic Review, The Cambridge Opera Journal, and The Opera Quarterly.
Current Research and Scholarly InterestsSpecialisation: world cinema; documentary film; post-war visual cultures; East and Southeast Asian studies; propaganda; media, technology and society; critical theory; postcolonialism
Current Research and Scholarly InterestsSPECIALIZATION: Liberal Arts Education; Art Versus Commerce; Literacy Narratives; Public Schools; Social/Racial Justice; Consumer Culture; Music & Film; Technology & Learning; Public Policy
Current Research and Scholarly InterestsSPECIALIZATION: Writing Across the Curriculum; Writing In the Disciplines; Tutoring Pedagogy; Rhetoric of Children's Culture; 18th-Century Studies
PWR Advanced Lecturer
Current Research and Scholarly InterestsSPECIALIZATION: Facilitation and Mobilization of Social Movements in the Digital and Public Spheres; Communication of Community-Led Responses to Climate Change; the Role and Impact of Scholar Activism; Participatory Research; Rhetoric of Sustainability and Resiliency; Rhetoric of Global and Local Development