EthNoise!

The Music, Language, and Culture Workshop

October 15, 2018
by Jon
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Reminder: EthNoise! Meets This Thursday, 10/18

Dear all,

Happy Monday! I’m writing to remind you that EthNoise! will meet from 5-6:20 pm this Thursday (10/18) in Rosenwald 301. Evan Pensis (PhD student, Music/TAPS) will be presenting their article “Running up That Hill: Love and Realness in the Soundtrack to Pose.” Please reach out to me via email if you are interested in reading the article before the workshop. For those of you who may not have the time to read the piece before Thursday (although it’s quite a manageable length!), Evan has volunteered to read selections from the piece during the workshop in order to contextualize the main arguments of the article. After the workshop, GMS (Graduate Music Society) will be hosting an Oktoberfest event in Fulton Hall (on the 4th floor of Goodspeed). The event begins at 6 pm, but I’ve been assured there will still be plenty of beer left for those of us attending the workshop first! Please let me know if you have any questions before then; I’m looking forward to seeing you soon!
Sincerely,
Jon Bullock

October 7, 2018
by Jon
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Reminder- EthNoise! Meets on Tuesday (10/9) This Week

Dear all,

Hello, and thanks so much to those of you who joined us for our very first EthNoise! workshop of the year this past Thursday. I’m writing to remind you that EthNoise! will meet on Tuesday (10/9) instead of Thursday this week (still from 5-6:20 pm!), and the location will be Goodspeed 402. We’ll be joined by former visiting professor Dr. Rudi Pietsch, who will be discussing his joint article (with Dr. Phil Bohlman) on Haydn’s Burgenland. The respondent will be graduate student Siavash Sabetrohani, and the broader theme of the workshop will be the relation between folk culture and elite culture in the Classic Era. If you would like to read a copy of the article before the workshop, please email me at bullockj@uchicago.edu. And as always, don’t hesitate to reach out if you have any questions about the article or the workshop. I look forward to seeing you on Tuesday!
Sincerely,
Jon Bullock

October 1, 2018
by Jon
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First EthNoise! This Thursday, October 4

Hello, everyone, and happy Monday!

I hope your quarter is already off to a great start! I’m writing to remind you that the first EthNoise! workshop will take place this Thursday, October 4, at 5 pm in Rosenwald 301. This first workshop will include field reports from Joe Maurer, who worked with youth mariachi and pungmul students here in Chicago, and Hannah Judd, who conducted field research in Japan. The workshop will also be a great chance to catch up with old friends after the summer break, and to meet new members of the UChicago community! As always, snacks and drinks will be provided. We look forward to seeing you soon!
Sincerely,
Jon Bullock
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