Daniel Callahan

Daniel Callahan is a musicologist who focuses on choreomusicality, or the interrelationship between music and dance. His teaching and research engage theater/performance, cinema/media, and gender/sexuality studies. He comes to Boston College from the University of Chicago, where he was the Mellon Postdoctoral Fellow in Music and the Humanities in the College. He received his PhD from Columbia University, where he was supported by a 2012 Whiting Dissertation Fellowship and a Beinecke Scholarship.

Daniel Callahan is a musicologist who focuses on choreomusicality, or the interrelationship between music and dance. His teaching and research engage theater/performance, cinema/media, and gender/sexuality studies. He comes to Boston College from the University of Chicago, where he was the Mellon Postdoctoral Fellow in Music and the Humanities in the College. He received his PhD from Columbia University, where he was supported by a 2012 Whiting Dissertation Fellowship and a Beinecke Scholarship.