Faculty Authors at Collins: Geoffrey Block

Since his arrival on campus in 1980, Geoffrey Block has become one of the University’s most prolific faculty authors. A professor of Music History, Dr. Block earned a PhD and an MA from Harvard University and a BA from UCLA. He was a Fulbright Fellow at the University of Bonn and has received a National Endowment for the Humanities Fellowship. In addition to publishing three books on Charles Ives and three books on the Broadway musical, Block is the general editor for the Yale Broadway Masters series and series editor for Oxford’s Broadway Legacies. In 2008 he earned the title of Distinguished Professor. Read professor Block’s 2011 article: Is life a cabaret? Cabaret and its sources in reality and the imagination, published in the online Journal Intellect Ltd, via ingentaConnect.

Other publications found in the Collins library collection:

Charles Ives, A Bio-Bibliography (Greenwood Press)

Ives, “Concord” Sonata (Cambridge University Press)

Charles Ives and the Classical Tradition, ed. (Yale University Press)

The Richard Rodgers Reader, ed. (Oxford University Press)

Richard Rodgers (Yale University Press)

Enchanted Evenings : The Broadway Musical from “Show Boat” to Sondheim and Lloyd Webber (Oxford University Press)

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