Courses

Courses 

2017-2018

  • Humanities 195J,¬†Humanities Institute Fellows Seminar
  • Hum Core 2, The¬†Aesthetics of Justice
  • MUS 171a, Piano
  • MUS 171aF, Piano
  • MUS 171c, Piano
  • MUS 171cF, Piano
  • MUS 189, Junior Recital
  • MUS 191, Senior Thesis

Past Courses

  • AM ST 103CC, Introduction to American Culture
  • Humanities Core I: Culture, Knowledge and Representation
  • Humanities Core III: Jazzlines– More Than Music
  • Humanities Core III: Blues Jazzlines
  • Humanities Institute Fellows Seminar
  • Humanities 195J
  • MUS 81, Great Works of Western Music: Sound and Meaning
  • MUS 110b, Music in Western Civilization II
  • MUS 118, Music in the United States
  • MUS 121, Music of the Spirits: Tewa Pueblo Indian, Hawaiian and African American
  • MUS 122, The Color of Music: Race in Blues and Jazz
  • MUS 171a, Piano
  • MUS 171a/b, Piano
  • MUS 171aF, Piano
  • MUS 171c, Piano
  • MUS 171cF, Piano
  • MUS 189, Junior Recital
  • MUS 190, Senior Music Colloquium (offered annually in the fall)
  • MUS 191, Senior Thesis
  • MUS 191H, Senior Thesis
  • MUS 199, Independent Study in Music: Reading and Research

Teaching Interests

Besides evincing a strong commitment to contributing to the Scripps College Humanities Core curriculum, Dr. Huang’s teaching spans the diverse piano repertoire performed in MUS 171 (the Classical, Romantic and Impressionist repertoire of Western art music) to black gospel, hula kahiko and ‘auana, Tewa Pueblo Indian ceremonial dances, jazz and blues. He also has taught classes on other musical traditions including Arab-American music centered around Detroit, Asian-American Creative Music and Chinese ethnic minority folk musics.