April 25: Barbara Dietlinger and Rebecca Flore, Dissertation Proposals

In Sound and Society’s third meeting of the spring quarter, we welcome a double-feature, Barbara Dietlinger (third-year, music history and theory) and Rebecca Flore (third year, music history and theory), who will share some of the research from their upcoming dissertation proposals: “Music and Commemoration in Early Modern North Europe–Visual and Sonic Intersections of Remembrance”…

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April 11: Emily Dolan, “Mendacious Technologies”

In Sound and Society’s second meeting of the spring quarter, we welcome Emily Dolan, the Gardner Cowles Associate Professor of Music at Harvard Universit, who will share a short version of her chapter, entitled: “Mendacious Technologies” Wednesday, April 11th, 2018 Logan 028 4:30 – 6:00 PM This is a short version of the second chapter…

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February 21: Devon Borowski, “A Sweet Song for Chaste Ears: British Masculinity and the Castrato’s Voice in the Global Eighteenth Century”

This week we welcome Devon Borowski (Music History/Theory with Graduate Certificate in Gender & Sexuality Studies). Devon will present a draft of a case study for his dissertation proposal; the paper is entitled: “A Sweet Song for Chaste Ears: British Masculinity and the Castrato’s Voice in the Global Eighteenth Century” Goodspeed Hall 205 4:30 –…

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February 7th: Nicole Morse, “The Image of Life and Life Itself #IRL: Porous Boundaries and Posthuman Intimacies in Selfie Aesthetics”

On Wednesday, February 7th, the Sound and Society Workshop is excited to welcome Nicole Morse (PhD Candidate in the Department of Cinema and Media Studies). Nicole will be presenting a draft of their final dissertation chapter, entitled: The Image of Life and Life Itself #IRL: Porous Boundaries and Posthuman Intimacies in Selfie Aesthetics Wednesday, February 7, 2018 Goodspeed Hall…

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