Sasha Savannah Doster is a researcher, writer, and curator who is currently a Ph.D. student in historical musicology at Columbia University in New York City. Her research focuses on music as a cultural product, expressions of Blackness in classical music during the early 20th century, historiography, and Black experimentalism. She incorporates these into public history spaces and museum curation. Much of her work focuses on the composer H. Lawrence Freeman and his operatic world during the New Negro Movement. She holds a B.A. in Music and Anthropology from Furman University.