Áine Palmer (2019) is a PhD student in Music History. Originally hailing from Cork, she holds a BA in Music and English Literature from Trinity College Dublin. Áine is interested in medieval French music and manuscripts, particularly in relation to issues of authorship. Speaking more generally, she is interested in gender and sexuality studies, book history, music and identity, and the intersections of music and literature. She is a recipient of the Sterling Prize Fellowship and her undergraduate dissertation, which considers authorial identities and the control of meaning in Machaut’s complete works manuscripts, won the Geoffrey Singleton Prize. In her spare time she reads voraciously and knits occasionally.