Prof. Wood Uribe’s research and teaching interests are influenced both by his exposure to a wide repertoire, having arrived at musicology from violin performance, and by his Mexican family background. He has published work in the fields of seventeenth-century music, nineteenth-century music theory and aesthetics, and has presented papers on topics ranging from the philosophy of Schiller and Hegel to the violin music of Paganini, Ravel, and Ginastera. Recent courses he has taught include the art music of post-Revolutionary Mexico and its relationships with the history, literature and visual art of the Americas.