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Juanita Karpf

Evening Library Specialist

Dr. Juanita Karpf is an author, researcher and editor with expertise in music history, biography, teaching and learning, and women’s studies. Her articles have appeared in numerous academic journals and she has contributed entries and chapters to a number of collections and reference works. She completed masters and doctorate degrees in music history and performance at the University of Georgia. After graduate work, she taught music history and women’s studies at Case Western Reserve University, Middlebury College, Oberlin College, and the University of Georgia. Additionally, she has performed as a cellist in a number of orchestras and chamber ensembles. She lives in a log cabin in Castleton with her husband and three adopted greyhounds.

Please visit my website for a list of publications and my vita: https://www.juanitakarpf.com