Stephanie Jensen-Moulton, Assistant Professor of Musicology at Brooklyn College, has published articles on women in hip-hop, the 19th-century piano prodigy "Blind Tom" Wiggins, feminist pedagogy and other topics in American music. She has presented papers and lecture-recitals at numerous national and international conferences, including IASPM Rome and national meetings of the Society for American Music and the American Musicological Society. She received the Ph.D. in Musicology and Certificate in Women's studies from the CUNY Graduate Center in 2008, winning the Carolyn Heilbrun Prize for her dissertation on Miriam Gideon's 1958 opera Fortunato, which will be published by A-R Editions as part of the Recent Researches in American Music Series in 2012. Jensen-Moulton's current research focuses on intersections of American opera and disability. She has been awarded a Whiting Fellowship for excellence in humanities teaching for Fall 2011.