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Anabel Maler

Visiting Assistant Professor (Music Theory)

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Simon Center, M225G


Music Theory

  • M.A., Master of Arts, McGill University
  • B.M., Bachelor of Music, McGill University

Anabel Maler is a Visiting Assistant Professor of Music Theory at Indiana University. She is currently completing her PhD in Music Theory and History at the University of Chicago, where she is writing a dissertation entitled “Hearing Form in Post-Tonal Music.” She received her Bachelor of Music and Master of Arts from McGill University in Montreal, Québec. Her interests include music after 1945, post-tonal form and function, cadence and closure, music and disability, and music and gesture. Professor Maler has presented her research at numerous conferences both locally and internationally, including the annual meetings of the Society for Music Theory, the American Musicological Society, and the Society for American Music. Her work on the interactions of music and sign language has appeared in Music Theory Online and the Oxford Handbook of Music and Disability Studies