Dr. Joseph Brumbeloe joined the faculty of the School of Music at Southern Miss in 1999, after having taught music theory at Kenyon College, Washburn University and Kansas State University. He holds a Ph.D. in music theory from Indiana University.
His research interests include the theory and literature of the 18th-century, as well as 20th-century methodologies and music, including jazz. His research has been published in The New Groves Dictionary of Music and Musicians; Theoria, Music Theory: Explorations and Applications; Gamut and The Indiana Theory Review.
Additionally, he has delivered papers to meetings of the Society of Music Theory, the College Music Society, the 4th and 5th International Festival of Women Composers, and has prepared critical editions for Kallisti Press.
Dr. Brumbeloe also has served as a faculty consultant for the Advanced Placement Test in Music Theory, given by the Princeton Educational Testing Services.