Research Areas: Musicology
Kate Doyle is a musicologist who specializes in the study of sound composition associated with conceptual art practices and twentieth-century performance art and dance. She has presented her work on interdisciplinary forums at such institutions as the Library of Congress and the University of the Arts London. Recent projects include an article on consciousness and communication in the work of Pauline Oliveros, which will be published in the forthcoming Analytical Essays on Music by Women Composers, Volume 4: Electroacoustic, Multimedia, and Experimental Music 1950-2015 from Oxford University Press. Current work includes an article and curatorial projects on the innovations of experimental composer, philosopher, and artist Lucia Dlugoszewski, whose archives Dr. Doyle helped to develop at the Library of Congress.