EthNoise!

The Music, Language, and Culture Workshop

Schedule

Winter 2023


Thursday, January 26, 5–6:30pm CT, Logan 801 
JOB TALK: “Rethinking Aurality and Embodiment under Global Populism”
Dr. Erol Koymen, Teaching Fellow, Music, University of Chicago
 
 
Thursday, February 2, 5–6:30pm CT, Logan 802
Fieldwork and Feedback: Open Panel Conversation Between Students and their Interlocutors
Varshini Narayanan, PhD Candidate, Music, University of Chicago
Jonah Francese, PhD Student, Music, University of Chicago
Galen Passen, Musician and Interlocutor of Varshini
Soltre James, Musician and Interlocutor of Jonah
 
 
Thursday, February 16, 5–6:30pm CT, ZOOM 
ADHD/80HD: Initial Queries into Black Music and Neurodivergence
Dr. Jessica Swanston Baker, Assistant Professor of Ethnomusicology, University of Chicago
 
 
Thursday, February 23, 5–6:30pm CT, Logan 802
Reimagining and Reviving the Past: Alejo Carpentier and Colonial Music in Cuba
Aimée González, PhD Candidate, Music, University of Chicago
 
 
Thursday, March 2, 5–6:30pm CT, ZOOM 
Afro-diasporic Womanhood in Tania León’s “Oh Yemanja”
Dr. Marysol Quevedo, Assistant Professor of Musicology, University of Miami

Fall 2022


Thursday, September 29, 5:30–7:00pm CT on Zoom 
Indigenous Creative Critique: How NdN Hip Hop Creatives Disrupt Colonialism
Kyle T. Mays, Associate Professor of African American Studies, American Indian Studies, and History, UCLA

Thursday, October 27, 5–6:30pm CT on Zoom 
SEM/AMS Dry Runs – Part I
Devon Borowski, PhD Candidate, Music, University of Chicago
Chris Batterman Cháirez, PhD Candidate, Music, University of Chicago
 
 
Thursday, November 3, 6:30–8:30pm CT* on Zoom 
(*please note the later time)
SEM/AMS Dry Runs – Part II
David Shuve-Wilson, PhD Candidate, Music, University of Chicago
Emily Williams, PhD Candidate, Music, University of Chicago
Eva Pensis, PhD Candidate, Music, University of Chicago
 
 
Thursday, November 17, 5–6:30pm CT, Goodspeed 402*
(*please note this is an in-person event with refreshments!)
Nizami, Gozzi, Puccini: On the Evolution of Orientalism in the Case of Turandot
Anne Monique Pace, PhD Candidate, Music, University of Chicago
 
 
Thursday, December 1, 5–6:30pm CT on Zoom
Basque Women: Transmitting Cultural Knowledge Through Song
Dr. Begoña Echeverria, Associate Dean of Academic Personnel & Professor, UC Riverside

 


If applicable, Zoom links and papers to be read in advance will be circulated via email in advance of each session. Register for the Ethnoise! listerv here.