My Work Focuses on: 
the style and reception of Cole Porter's London works (1918-1954) and the musical and cultural interactions between the British and American musical theater from the 1920s-1950s
My Other Interests Include: 
American and British Musical Theater, transnational musical theater, Native American music of the Southwest, musical semiotics, feminist and critical theory, 16th/17th c. Italian convent musicians and music analysis.


More about Arianne Johnson Quinn

BA Music: University of New Mexico 

MA Music and Women’s and Gender Studies: Brandeis University

MA Musicology: Princeton University 

Ivy-Plus Exchange Scholar Yale University (2017-2018) 


Quinn, A. J.  “Shall I Tell You What I Think of You”: American Influence and Representations of Imperialism on the Post-War London Stage.”The New England Theatre Journal. Volume 29, 2018. 

Quinn, A.J.  “Identity and Representation in a Theatrical Dynasty: Examining Oscar Hammerstein II’s Legacy in Britain”  in Reframing the Musical: Race, Culture and Identity, ed. Sarah Whitfield (under contract with Palgrave Macmillan, in press, 2018)

Quinn, A.J. "'There but for You Go I': Interpreting the Signifying World of Lerner and Loewe's BrigadoonStudies in Musical Theatre. Volume 10. Issue 3. 2016. Page 331-342

Quinn, A.J. “Review of James Leve, American Musical Theater.” Journal of Music History Pedagogy (online), Winter 2017