Enoch Jacobus is the Assistant Professor of Music Theory at Shorter University. He holds a B.A. from Asbury University, where he studied music composition under Dr. Ronald Holz, an M.M. in music theory (with composition) from the University of Louisville, and a Ph.D. in music theory from the University of Kentucky, where he completed a dissertation that developed geometric models and methods for describing parsimonious seventh-sonority harmonic spaces, under the direction of Dr. Kevin Holm-Hudson.
His professional interests include music theory pedagogy, neo-Riemannian theory, graphic representations of harmonic and pitch-class spaces, sixteenth-century polyphony, and ludomusicology. He has presented papers at the local, regional, and international levels, and has been published in Engaging Students: Essays in Music Pedagogy.
Dr. Jacobus is a huge fan of loose-leaf teas, bow ties, table-top and video games, books, science fiction and fantasy, garlic, all things British, and playing ukelele.
He will be living in Rome, GA beginning August 2016 with his wife Celia and son Alec.
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