“Verses and Flows: Migrant Lives and the Sounds of Crossing” with Alex E. Chávez (Univ. of Notre Dame)
Dr. Alex E. Chávez (Anthropology, Notre Dame) will present a talk titled “Verses and Flows: Migrant Lives and the Sounds of Crossing” on Wednesday, November 7, 2018 from 3:30-4:45 pm in Music Room 1145. Dr. Chávez will cover his new ethnography of Huapango music and US-Mexico border migration, Sounds of Crossing: Music, Migration, and the Aural Poetics of Huapango Arribeño (Duke 2017). Co-sponsored by the Department of Music’s Ethnomusicology and Musicology/Theory forums, the Center for the Interdisciplinary Study of Music (CISM), and the Department of Anthropology.
Part of a Series
|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|
|Minorities in a War-Peace Continuum: How Applied Ethnomusicology Can Help||May 29, 2019||3:30 PM|