Prof. Mary Kay Duggan, Univ. of Calif., Berkeley
Mary Kay Duggan
Papers | Honors and Grants |
Courses Taught |
Dept. of Music, Berkeley, CA 94720-1200
- Workshop: "Music Printing and Engraving." 2013, Scripps College Press, Pasadena, CA
Visual Studies 299. Book Design in Early Modern Europe. Fall, 2008.
- Music 220. Constructing a new ritual context.
Reform and music 1450-1600. Fall 2005.Week 11: Death and
Dying. Week 13: Orlando de Lasso. Week
14. Lassus; instrumental music
Readers and the Liturgy: Reform 1450-1550 (Reformation Workshop, Nov. 4,
History 280. Early Modern Readers and Books. Spring 2001
Music 75: Medieval and Renaissance
Transitions in Media: Manuscript to Print, 1450; Print to Digital, Today.
- Music 200A.
- Fall 2006, 2007. Class on music printing.
- Music 23. Music Culture
& Digital Multimedia Environment. Fall 2001
- Music 205. Intro.
to Manuscripts. Fall 1998
- IDS113 Internet &
Higher Educ. Fall 1995.
- IS182AC Print, Literacy & Power
. Summer 2009
Sheet Music: A Window on 19th-Century California
A virtual library created through grants from the California
State Library (1997; 1999; 2000) and HUD's Joint Community Development
Program (1998); UCB research funds (2007). Images and descriptions are managed by the
Univ. of Calif., Berkeley, and are accessible through UC Library Search, a catalog
of the holdings of all campuses of the University of California,
as well as through WorldCat. To search only the project's digitized California sheet music, some 2,700 records and images,
visit the California Digital Library's Calisphere. Calisphere's search engine
replaces the Cheshire II search engine created by Prof. Ray Larson that served the project for decades until his death.