Dr. Amy B. Graziano
Associate Professor, Chair, Hall-Musco Conservatory of Music
- Office Location:
- Oliphant Hall 302
- (714) 997-6897
- Vassar College, Bachelor of Arts
The University of Texas At Austin, Master of Music
The University of Texas At Austin, Ph.D.
Amy Graziano is Professor of Music and Chair of the Hall-Musco Conservatory of Music at Chapman University. She is also the Director of Music History for the Conservatory. Dr. Graziano received her Ph.D. in musicology (1996) and M.M. (1990) from the University of Texas at Austin and her B.A. (music and psychology, 1985) from Vassar College. In addition, she completed a two-year Post-Doctoral Fellowship in Music Cognition at the University of California, Irvine. At Chapman, she teaches introductory and advanced courses in music history, The Psychology of Music, and Film Music. With Dr. Julene Johnson, she studies the history of music psychology, with a particular interest in nineteenth-century studies of music in neurology literature. Dr. Graziano has received several Chapman University awards for excellence in teaching and scholarship.
- Recent Creative, Scholarly Work and Publications
Johnson, J K. & Graziano, AB. (2015). Some Early Cases of Aphasia and the Capacity to Sing, in E. Altenmüller, S. Finger & F. Boller (Eds.) Music, Neurology, and Neuroscience: Historical Connections and Perspectives (Progress in Brain Research, Volume 216), Amsterdam: Elsevier, 73-89.
Graziano, AB. & Johnson, JK. (2015). Music, Neurology and Psychology in the Nineteenth Century, in E. Altenmüller, S. Finger & F. Boller (Eds.) Music, Neurology, and Neuroscience: Historical Connections and Perspectives (Progress in Brain Research, Volume 216), Amsterdam: Elsevier, 33-49.
Graziano, A.B. & Johnson, J.K. “Music as a tool in the development of nineteenth-century neurology,” in J. Kennaway (Ed.) Music and the Nerves 1660-1945, London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2014, 152-169.
Graziano, A.B. & Johnson, J.K. Review: The Origins of Music, by Carl Stumpf, Psychomusicology: Music, Mind, & Brain, 2013, Vol. 23, No. 2, 127-130.
Johnson, J.K., Lorch, M., Nicolas, S. & Graziano, A. “Jean-Martin Charcot’s role in the nineteenth-century study of music aphasia,” Brain, 2013, 136, 1662-1670.
Graziano, A.B., Pech, A., Hou, C. & Johnson, J.K. “Hermann Oppenheim’s Observations about Music in Aphasia,” Journal of the History of the Neurosciences, 2012, Vol. 21, 1-16.
Johnson, J.K., Graziano, A.B. & Hayward, J. “Historical Perspectives on the Study of Music in Neurology,” in F.C. Rose (Ed.) Neurology of Music, London: Imperial College Press, 2010, 17-30.
Cohen, A.J. & Graziano, A.B., co-editors. Psychomusicology: Music, Mind, & Brain, special double issue: The History of Music Psychology in Autobiography, 2009, Vol. 20, No. 1 & No. 2. (Co-Editor of Journal, special double issue, rather than book editor, but no designation for Journal editing.)
Graziano, A.B. “Music Psychology: The Building of a Community,” Psychomusicology: Music, Mind & Brain, special double issue: The History of Music Psychology in Autobiography, 2009, Vol. 20, No. 1 & 2, 158-162.