Faculty

gina bombola

Lecturer in Musicology

Gina Bombola earned her PhD in musicology from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Her research focuses on the intersections between film, women’s vocality, opera, and 1930s/1940s American popular culture. She has presented research at both national and international conferences, including the Feminist Theory and Music Conference, the International Conference of Europeanists, Music and the Moving Image, and the Society for American Music. She is a recipient of the Alvin H. Johnson AMS 50 Dissertation Fellowship (from the American Musicological Society), the Glen Haydon Award for an Outstanding Dissertation in Musicology, the James and Sylvia Thayer Short-Term Fellowship at the University of California, Los Angeles Library, and the James W. Pruett Summer Research Fellowship in Music at the Library of Congress. She also holds degrees in music performance (harp) and continues to perform as a soloist and as an ensemble player. Before joining the TCU community in 2017, Bombola taught at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas and at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

BM - Vanderbilt University
MM - University of Nevada, Las Vegas
MA - University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
PhD - University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

g.bombola@tcu.edu
817.257.xxxx