Paul F. Moulton
As a musicologist, Paul Moulton teaches a wide range of historical and education courses. In his research he often approaches historical musicology from an ethnomusicological point of view, and he is particularly interested in the way music impacts the lives of individuals. His scholarly interests include music of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, Scottish, Celtic, Navajo music, and music of place. Moulton has presented research at regional, national, and international conferences, and he has published several articles in scholarly journals and books. Paul completed his undergraduate work at Brigham Young University and his MA and PhD at Florida State University. Paul joined the faculty at The College of Idaho in 2007.
A Controversy Discarded and Ossian Revealed: An Argument for a Renewed Consideration of The Poems of Ossian