Unless otherwise noted, all EthNoise! Workshops are held from 4:30 to 6:00 pm in Goodspeed Hall, Room 205, on the University of Chicago campus.
October 11: Alex Wilson, Mentor, Master of Arts Program in the Humanities, University of Chicago. “I Guess That This Must be the Place: Culture, Structure, and Naive Melodies in an ‘Indie’ Record Store”
October 18: Suzel Reily, Reader in Ethnomusicology, Queen’s University Belfast and Tinker Visiting Professor in Latin American Studies, University of Chicago. “Music in the Streets: A Dialogue Between Brazil and Northern Ireland”
November 1: Nick Dempsey, Department of Sociology, University of Chicago. “Jazz in Context: The Role of Contextual Parameters in Coordinating Jam Session Interactions”
November 8: Jayson Beaster-Jones, Department of Anthropology, University of Chicago. “Filmsongs, Evergreens, and Remixes: India’s Popular Music Heritage”
November 15: Luis-Manuel Garcia, Department of Music, University of Chicago. “Intimacy at the Sonic Surface”
November 29: Marcello Sorce-Keller, Visiting Professor, Department of Music, University of Chicago. “Classical music … if it just were not so classical! (Musical gardens and greenhouses versus woods and prairies)”