Caitlin Carlos
Lecturer in Musicology

Dr. Carlos is an active musicologist (Ph.D., UCLA; M.A., USC) and vocalist (M.M. University of Redlands; B.M..Chapman University). She has been teaching undergraduate and graduate courses in music history, and music industry since 2015, first at Chapman University, and then as a Visiting Assistant Professor of Music History at the University of Redlands from 2019-2021.  Her research focuses on the ways in which invocations of the past in music can create layers of meaning for later generations, and what those meanings can reveal about particular historical moments. She has published in several edited volumes including the Oxford Handbook of Music and Medievalism, in addition to her work as a public musicologist. As co-founder of Music Universe, she is passionate about building community through music.  Dr. Carlos is also honored to be serving as the Head of Education and Outreach for The Goffin and King Foundation.

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