Specialist in nineteenth-century music, French opera, media history, and critical theory.
Prof. Mondelli has taught at UNT since 2012. His research considers the impact of print culture and bourgeois capitalism on nineteenth-century Parisian opera. Other areas of interest include orality and literacy in late eighteenth-century song, early music and musicology in fin-de-siècle France, and the relationship between music studies and the posthumanities.
BA, Columbia University
PhD, University of Pennsylvania