Lydia Goehr is Professor of Philosophy at Columbia University. She is the recipient of Mellon, Getty, and Guggenheim Fellowships, and in 1997 was the Visiting Ernest Bloch Professor in the Music Department at U. California, Berkeley, where she gave a series of lectures on Richard Wagner. In 2002-3, she was the visiting Aby Warburg Professor in Hamburg and a fellow at the Wissenschaftskolleg zu Berlin. In 2005-6, she delivered the Royal Holloway-British Library Lectures in Musicology in London and the Wort Lectures at Cambridge University. In 2008 (spring), she is a Visiting Professor at the Freie Universität, Berlin (Cluster: The Language of Emotions). She is the author of THE IMAGINARY MUSEUM OF MUSICAL WORKS: AN ESSAY IN THE PHILOSOPHY OF MUSIC (Oxford 1992), THE QUEST FOR VOICE: MUSIC, POLITICS, AND THE LIMITS OF PHILOSOPHY [essays on Richard Wagner] (Oxford 1998), and ELECTIVE AFFINITIES: MUSICAL ESSAYS ON THE HISTORY OF AESTHETIC THEORY (Columbia UP 2008). She is co-editor with Daniel Herwitz of THE DON GIOVANNI MOMENT. ESSAYS ON THE LEGACY OF AN OPERA (Columbia UP 2006).
Stand: 2008 (Datum der letzten Veröffentlichung bei Theater der Zeit)