Minorities in a War-Peace Continuum: How Applied Ethnomusicology Can Help
Svanibor Pettan (University of Ljubljana) will present a talk titled “Minorities in a War-Peace Continuum: How Applied Ethnomusicology Can Help” on Wednesday, May 29, 2019 from 3:30-4:45 pm in Music Library Seminar Room 2406. This lecture will provide insight into the current state of the study of music and minorities, mainly in the context of the International Council for Traditional Music, and features the author’s new frame of ten research approaches to this topic. Finally, selected projects are used to examine the potentials of applied ethnomusicology in the scholarly work on the war-peace continuum. Sponsored by Ethnomusicology Forum.
Part of a Series
|“Verses and Flows: Migrant Lives and the Sounds of Crossing” with Alex E. Chávez (Univ. of Notre Dame)||November 7, 2018||3:30 PM|
|Alice Coltrane’s Negative Grammar (Michael Gallope, University of Minnesota)||January 16, 2019||3:30 PM|
|The Raw and the Husky: Vocal Qualia and Gender Politics in Post-Millennium Tamil Cinema (Amanda Weidman, Bryn Mawr College)||February 6, 2019||3:30 PM|
|Perfect Pitch: 432 Hz Music and the Promise of a Frequency||April 10, 2019||3:30 PM|
|The Cambodian Vintage Music Archive: Collecting and Preserving Cambodia’s Prewar Popular Media||May 8, 2019||3:30 PM|