Allen Scott, Ph.D., is Professor of Music History.
In 2010-2011 he taught at the Musicology Institute of the University of Wrocław in Wrocław, Poland as a Fulbright scholar.
His publications include the third edition of the Sourcebook for Research in Music (Indiana University Press), 'Hands On Musicology': Essays in Honor of Dr. Jeffery T. Kite-Powell (Steglein Press), Thomas Elsbeth's Sontägliche Evangelien (A-R Editions' Recent Researches in the Music of the Baroque series no. 127), Nikolaus Gengenbach's Musica nova: Newe Singekunst: A Commentary, Critical Edition and Translation (Institute of Mediaeval Music, Music Theorists in Translation Series no. 14), and two articles in the second edition of the New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians. He has written articles for Muzyka; the Karl Lipinski Music Academy in Wrocław, Poland; Performance Practice: Issues and Approaches; Theoria: Historical Aspects of Music Theory; and the Baylor Journal of Theatre and Performance. In addition, Dr. Scott has presented papers in Wrocław; New York; London; Rome; Leuven, Belgium; Sheffield, England; and at several annual meetings of the American Musicological Society.
At OSU, Professor Scott teaches undergraduate Music History courses, Introduction to Research in Music, and the graduate Music History seminars. He received the Ph.D. in Historical Musicology from Florida State University and the M.M. in Musicology from the University of Alabama.