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Notes on Contributors

Notes on Contributors C hiara B ertoglio (b. 1983, Turin) is an Italian musician, music-olo gist, and theologian. Several of her published books and art - icles fo cus on the relationship between music and theology, including Reforming Music (De Gruyter, 2017), a monograph on music and the sixteenth-century Reformations. In the field of Tolkien criticism her studies focus on the “Ainulindalë” and its theological meaning, also in dialogue with DantC e’os mmedia: some of her articles on this topic are scheduled for publication in the forthcoming essay c - ollec tionsM   usic in Tolkien’s Work and Beyond (Walking Tree) and Tolkien e i classici 2 (Effatà). Her website is www.chiarabertoglio.com. David B ratman is co-editor of Tolkien Studi.es Jane C hance is the Andrew W. Mellon Distinguished Professor Emerita in English at Rice University and a recipient of an h - onor ary doctorate of letters from Purdue University (2013), along with a Guggenheim Fellowship and membership in the Institute for Advanced Study-Princeton. She has published twenty-five books and over a hundred articles and reviews on Old and Middle Engl - ish lit erature, medieval women, mythography, and medievalism—in - par ticular, Tolkien’s. Among her books are Tolkien’s Art: A ‘Mythography for England’ ” http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Tolkien Studies West Virginia University Press

Notes on Contributors

Tolkien Studies , Volume 15 – Oct 27, 2018

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Abstract

C hiara B ertoglio (b. 1983, Turin) is an Italian musician, music-olo gist, and theologian. Several of her published books and art - icles fo cus on the relationship between music and theology, including Reforming Music (De Gruyter, 2017), a monograph on music and the sixteenth-century Reformations. In the field of Tolkien criticism her studies focus on the “Ainulindalë” and its theological meaning, also in dialogue with DantC e’os mmedia: some of her articles on this topic are scheduled for publication in the forthcoming essay c - ollec tionsM   usic in Tolkien’s Work and Beyond (Walking Tree) and Tolkien e i classici 2 (Effatà). Her website is www.chiarabertoglio.com. David B ratman is co-editor of Tolkien Studi.es Jane C hance is the Andrew W. Mellon Distinguished Professor Emerita in English at Rice University and a recipient of an h - onor ary doctorate of letters from Purdue University (2013), along with a Guggenheim Fellowship and membership in the Institute for Advanced Study-Princeton. She has published twenty-five books and over a hundred articles and reviews on Old and Middle Engl - ish lit erature, medieval women, mythography, and medievalism—in - par ticular, Tolkien’s. Among her books are Tolkien’s Art: A ‘Mythography for England’ ”

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