Alexandra Krawetz (2016) is a Ph.D. student in Music History. In 2016 she received a B.M. in Music History from Rice University, graduating summa cum laude and with distinction in research and creative works. Her current research investigates children’s music and the radio in interwar America. Alexandra’s additional research interests include connections between music and the history of science and medicine, the use of music in women’s organizations, and musical riddles. When not in the archive, Alexandra co-facilitates teaching workshops for graduate students and postdocs as a McDougal Graduate Teaching Fellow at Yale’s Poorvu Center for Teaching and Learning. She is also a co-founder of the Yale Music Gender Equity Initiative.