SEM in Honolulu

Alongside fellow Riddim Methodist, Larisa Mann (a/k/a, DJ Ripley), I’ll be “giving” a paper called “What Is Stolen? What Is Lost? Sharing Information in an Age of Litigation” at this year’s annual meeting of the Society for Ethnomusicology, which is happening in Honolulu from Nov 15-19.

See the program for full details on the conference, but here’re the deets for our panel:

“Shaping, Breaking, and Taking Research: Intellectual Property Dilemmas and Challenges from the Field”
Thursday, Nov. 16, 7-8:30 am
Waikiki Beach Marriott

7-7:30: Larisa Mann (UC-Berkeley)
7:30-8: Wayne Marshall (University of Chicago)
8-8:30: Liane Curtis (Brandeis University)

Yeah, it’s early, but if you happen to be in Hawaii, hope to see you there! With bells on, of course!

[update: here’s a pdf of the paper]

2 thoughts on “SEM in Honolulu

  1. i’ll take a copy of the paper — could use some ethical guidance w/r/t the funk comp: does a “montagem” (montage), a popular funk style of essentially rapid-firing through several tracks (more mashing than mixing), count as fair use?

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