EthNoise!

The Music, Language, and Culture Workshop

Thurs May 5 — Sat May 7: Conference and Concert

The Global Midwest – The History of World Music Recording

Chicago Conference – May 5–7, 2016

Franke Institute for the Humanities

 

Ontologies of Recording – The Chicago Workshop

 

Thursday, May 5

4:00 – Opening session – African American Recorded Palimpsests

Travis A. Jackson (University of Chicago) – opening talk

7:30 pm – Performance, New Budapest Orpheum Society, Fulton Hall – “Yom ha-Shoah:

Commemoration Performance for Holocaust Remembrance Day”

 

Friday, May 6

Morning session – Recording Diaspora

9:00 – Opening remarks

9:30 – Aileen Dillane (University of Limerick) – “The O’Neill Cylinders and the World(ing)

of Irish Music in Chicago, c. 1903”

10:30 – Coffee break

10:45 – 11:45 – Edwin Seroussi (Hebrew University of Jerusalem) – “Unlocking the EMI

Recordings Archive: A Judeo-Spanish Song Collection Resurfaces after a Century

of Silence”

 

Afternoon session – Historiographies of Recording

1:15 – Lars-Christian Koch (Berlin Phonogram Archive) – “Hornbostel in America”

2:15 – Ian Nagoski (Canary Records) – “Recordings of the Ottoman-American Diaspora

in Chicago and New York City, 1893–1919”

3:15 – Coffee break

3:30 – Workshop session at the John Steiner Collection, Special Collections (presenters:

Michael Allemana, Will Faber, and Hannah Rogers)

 

Saturday, May 7

Morning session – The Traveling Scholars Seminar

9:00 – Part 1

10:00 – Coffee break

10:30–12:00 – Part 2

The Traveling Scholars are the twelve participating graduate students from the Universities

of Chicago, Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, and Wisconsin–Madison.

 

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