On Friday, October 27 at 4pm, I’ll be giving a run-through of my paper for SEM in Honolulu as part of the UW-Madison School of Music’s pre-SEM colloquium. The talk is called “What Is Stolen? What Is Lost? Sharing Information in an Age of Litigation,” and discusses the constraints and possibilities swirling around digital media and technologies as pedagogical tools for us multimedia-inclined music scholars.
Also sharing their work will be Richard Miller (“Musical Mobilization and Alternative Futures in Imperial Japan”) and Ellen Jacks (“Party Politics: Inti Raymi and the Indigenous Movement”). It’s free and open to the public. If there are any non-SoM Madisonians who read this blog, I’d love to see you there.
School of Music Colloquium
University of Wisconsin-Madison