Mary Horn (2011) is a Ph.D. student in Music History. She earned a B.A. in Music at Skidmore College, where she studied music history, vocal performance, and studio art. Studies abroad at Oxford University and archival research projects in New York and Washington D.C. piqued her interest in music history, specifically. Her most recent research project, a senior honors thesis completed in Spring 2011, centers on the evolution of Leonard Bernstein’s Norton Lectures (1973) and his lasting legacy as a public educator. Her current research interests include 20th century American music and the relationship between music and art, among other things.