Welcome to the website for EthNoise!, an interdisciplinary workshop at the University of Chicago supported by the Council on Advanced Studies. Sponsored by the Department of Music and run by ethnomusicology PhD student Hannah Rogers, EthNoise! is an interdisciplinary forum for graduate students, faculty, and guests to share and discuss ongoing research projects. Our mission is to foster dialogue about recent research at the intersection of music, language, and culture. While music is the thread uniting all of our speakers’ work, their research methods vary, including ethnography, archival analysis, and methods from disciplines including music, history, anthropology, sociology, and more. The workshop is open to the public and meets in Goodspeed 205 on Thursdays from 5:00-6:20 unless announced otherwise.
For more information and to receive regular updates about the workshop, including announcements and pre-circulated papers, please contact student coordinator Hannah Rogers (email@example.com).