Alice Clark

Professor of Music History

Degrees: 
M.F.A. and Ph.D., Princeton University; M.M., University of Texas at Austin; B.M., Ohio State University (Phi Beta Kappa)

Alice V. Clark is a scholar whose work focuses on the motet in late-medieval France.  She has contributed to publications such as The Cambridge History of Medieval Music and The Cambridge Companion to French Music, and her articles appear in journals such as Plainsong and Medieval Music and the Journal of Musicology.  In addition to her work as a medievalist, she has presented papers on various topics related to teaching, and she has published an article reading Giacomo Carissimi’s Jephte (c. 1648) through the lens of Jesuit spirituality.  At Loyola, Dr. Clark teaches a broad range of courses in music history and medieval studies, both for music majors and for the Loyola Core, including the First-Year Seminar and Honors Programs.  She has received University Senate awards for both teaching and advising.

Office Location:
303 Monroe Hall
Mailing Address: 

Loyola University New Orleans
College of Music and Media
6363 St. Charles Ave.
Campus Box 8
New Orleans, LA 70118 

Direct Phone: 
(504) 865-3065
Fax Number: 
(504) 865-2852
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