Ginger Dellenbaugh (2017) is a PhD candidate in music history. She holds a B.Mus. in Vocal Performance from Vanderbilt University and an M.A. in Liberal Studies from The New School for Social Research.
Ginger was a Fulbright recipient in Vienna were she researched and performed music of the Second Viennese School. She has been active as a musician in Europe and the United States for over a decade with performances in Austria, France and Italy. Her writing has appeared in, among others, Oxford American and The Journal for Interdisciplinary Voice Studies as well as in publications by Springer-Verlag, Kerber and JRP/Ringier.
In the past several years, Ginger has organized conferences on the phenomenon of conversion and disenchantment, the theater impresario Erwin Piscator, and theories of vocal manipulation and mediation. From 2014 to 2017, she was a member of the music faculty of Eugene Lang College at The New School in New York, where she taught about music, politics, and the cultural history of the voice.
Most recently, Ginger lectured on Hanns Eisler and the political crowd at Kunsthaus Bregenz, Austria, and on music, biopolitics, and reproductive rights at the EMP Conference 2017 in Seattle, WA.