Harrison Russin

Harrison Russin

Dean's Fellow; Lecturer in Liturgical Music

Educational Background

  • B.A., Swarthmore College
  • M.Div., St. Vladimir's Orthodox Theological Seminary
  • M.A., Duke University
  • Ph.D. candidate, Duke University

Teaching Interests

  • Music
  • Music History
  • Music Analysis

Current Projects and Research Interests

My dissertation is “The Polyphonic Credo, 1350–1500.”

Recent Conference Presentations and Activities

  • Music as Poetry: Narrative and Its Means in George Crumb’s Music For A Summer Evening (Makrokosmos III)” American Musicological Society Southeast Chapter, February 14, 2015

Recent Awards

  • “The Promise of the Vatican Library” Travel Grant for Junior Scholars, Notre Dame University & The Vatican Library (2016)
  • A.J. Fletcher Graduate Fellowship in Music, Duke University (2015)
  • Summer Research Fellowship (2014, 2015)

Additional Certifications

  • Middlebury College Summer Language School (Russian, First Level Program)