Cleveland Thomas Johnson papers
Class syllabi, papers, journal articles, correspondence, faculty development projects, faculty forum speeches, fellowships, conference and convocation files, lectures, photographs and Winter Term research and class files.
- 1985 - 2012
Collection is open for research.
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Assistant Professor of Music 1985-1991; Associate Professor of Music 1991-2001; Professor of Music 2001-2012. Cleveland Thomas Johnson (born November 3, 1955) is an American academic, administrator, music historian, and early-music performer. In 2017 he became the director of the Morris Museum in Morristown, New Jersey. Prior to this he was the director of the National Music Museum in Vermillion, South Dakota 2012-2017. Previously, he was Executive Director of the Thomas J. Watson Fellowship (2008-2012, New York, New York), Dean of the School of Music at DePauw University (2006-2008, Greencastle, Indiana), Professor of Music at DePauw University (1985-2012), and Music Librarian at Old Dominion University (1983-1985; Norfolk, Virginia). DePauw University awarded him the title, Professor Emeritus of Music, in 2012.
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- Johnson, Cleveland Thomas (Depositor, Person)
- Cleveland Thomas Johnson papers School of Music Faculty (1985-2012)
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