Melissa Camp is originally from Arlington, Texas, and received her B.M.E., summa cum laude, and M.M. in Musicology from Texas Christian University. She is primarily interested in fin-de-siècleFrance, American orchestras of the 20thcentury, and representations of women in American media. In Summer of 2017, she studied at the Bibliothèque national de France in Paris for her thesis on Spanish exoticism in Debussy’s music. She has presented at many conferences across North America and the U.K., including Music and the Moving Image. At UNC, she hopes to continue promoting unsung women composers and musicians lost to the pages of history.
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