The Department of Music's main Colloquium Series showcases new research by leading scholars in music and sound studies and composers both in the United States and internationally. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, our Colloquium Series will be held virtually until further notice. All Music Colloquia will take place using Zoom on Tuesdays at 5:15 PM.
Calendar for 2020-21
September 15 - Glenda Goodman and Carol Muller: Roundtable and Book Discussion: "Decolonizing the University"
September 29 - Stefan Helmreich: "Listening to Waves: Tuning to Cosmic, Oceanic, and Sociogenic Noise, Sound, and Music"
October 20 - Pamela Z: "Blurred Boundaries"
November 17 - Christina Baade: "Vera Lynn in Nashville (1977): White Working Class Femininity and Transatlantic Affinities"
January 26 - Daphne Brooks: "‘See My Face On the Other Side’: Cecile McLorin Salvant and the Art of Catching Up with Geeshie & Elvie"
March 16 - Carol Muller: "Ethnomusicological Becoming: Deep Listening and the Erotics of Fieldwork"
April 6 - Gabriela Frank: TBA
April 20 - Roundtable on NAIS and Music Studies with Olivia Bloechl, Elyse Carter Vosen, and Lee Veeraraghavan