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Maureen Epp

Research Office Facilitator

Maureen  Epp





204.487.3300 ext. 354

Maureen Epp works with faculty to secure funding for their research, and assists with other aspects of research administration. She holds degrees in historical musicology (PhD, University of Toronto), piano (BMus, Wilfrid Laurier University), and church music (Canadian Mennonite Bible College). Before coming to work at CMU, Maureen taught music history and appreciation at several universities in southern Ontario. Since 2006, she has also worked as a freelance editor for academic journals and university presses. In collaboration with Carol Anne Weaver, she was volume editor for two collections of essays on Mennonite-rooted music: Sound in the Land: Essays on Mennonites and Music (2005), and Sound in the Lands: Mennonite Music Across Borders (2011).

Maureen's childhood was divided between the Canadian prairies and Taiwan, where her parents served as long-term workers with Commission on Overseas Mission (now Mennonite Church Witness). Although her adult years have been spent in Canada, she retains an affinity for eating food with chopsticks and has a keen interest in all things cross-cultural. She and her husband, David Neufeld, are members at Home Street Mennonite Church, where she enjoys keeping up her piano- and organ-playing skills.

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