AMS Preliminary Program

Virtual Annual Meeting

7–8 and 14–15 November 2020



This schedule is subject to change. A final program will be published at the end of October.

Day 1, 07 Nov 2020
09:00AM - 09:45AM
Meeting Room 1
Morning meditation session
Track : AMS/SMT Joint Sessions | SMT | AMS
10:00AM - 10:50AM
Webinar 1
Musical Contagions, Circulations, and Ecologies of Listening to Social Media
Track : AMS
Speakers
Michael Levine, University Of North Carolina - Chapel Hill
Paula Harper, Washington University In St. Louis
Hannah Judd, University Of Chicago
Sneaking Across the Digital Divide: Piracy and Music Making in Havana’s Bedroom Studios
10:00AM - 10:50AM
Presented by :
Michael Levine, University Of North Carolina - Chapel Hill
Music as Sync and Hook in the TikTok Bedroom
10:00AM - 10:50AM
Presented by :
Paula Harper, Washington University In St. Louis
Of Gimmickry and Man: the Lick’s Circulation through Virtual Jazz Communities
10:00AM - 10:50AM
Presented by :
Hannah Judd, University Of Chicago
10:00AM - 10:50AM
Webinar 2
Excavating the Castrato: Toward New Archaeologies
Track : AMS
Speakers
Jessica Peritz, Yale University
Martha Feldman, University Of Chicago
Bonnie Gordon
The Verismo Trace and the Phantom Castrato
10:00AM - 10:50AM
Presented by :
Martha Feldman, University Of Chicago
Exhuming the Materials of Cultural History
10:00AM - 10:50AM
Presented by :
Jessica Peritz, Yale University
Vocal Migrations and the Castrato Fantasy
10:00AM - 10:50AM
Presented by :
Bonnie Gordon
10:00AM - 10:50AM
Webinar 3
Trumpeting Wind Instruments
Track : AMS
Speakers
Robert Apple, University Of Memphis
Bryan Proksch
The Fathers of The Viennese Waltz and the Keyed Trumpet (1826-1832)
10:00AM - 10:50AM
Presented by :
Robert Apple, University Of Memphis
The Art of the Band Instrument Endorsement Deal
10:00AM - 10:50AM
Presented by :
Bryan Proksch
10:00AM - 10:50AM
Webinar 4
Brazilian Racial Politics
Track : AMS
Speakers
Juan Diego Diaz, University Of California, Davis
Marcelo Boccato Kuyumjian, University Of Illinois At Urbana-Champaign
Silvio Dos Santos, University Of Florida
The Construction of Bahia’s Hyperreal Africanness: Religious Battles and Symphonic Grooves
10:00AM - 10:50AM
Presented by :
Juan Diego Diaz, University Of California, Davis
Samba is Black: (Un)Making Race in a "Raceless" Genre
10:00AM - 10:50AM
Presented by :
Marcelo Boccato Kuyumjian, University Of Illinois At Urbana-Champaign
“An Indian in Tuxedo”?: Villa-Lobos’s Imagined Indigeneity
10:00AM - 10:50AM
Presented by :
Silvio Dos Santos, University Of Florida
10:00AM - 11:50AM
Meeting Room 2
Music Encoding Pedagogy Workshop
Track : AMS
Speakers
Raffaele Viglianti, Maryland Institute ForTechnology In The Humanities
Anna Kijas, Tufts University
Music Encoding Pedagogy Workshop
10:00AM - 11:50AM
Presented by :
Anna Kijas, Tufts University
Raffaele Viglianti, Maryland Institute ForTechnology In The Humanities
11:00AM - 11:50AM
Webinar 1
The Way and Musical Communities in North Minneapolis (Popular Music Study Group)
Track : AMS
Speakers
Andrea Swennson
Andrew Flory, Carleton College
The Way and Musical Communities in North Minneapolis
11:00AM - 11:50AM
Presented by :
Andrew Flory, Carleton College
Andrea Swennson
11:00AM - 11:50AM
Webinar 2
Musical Exchange during the Cold War
Track : AMS
Speakers
Brigid Cohen, New York University
Kunio Hara, University Of South Carolina School Of Music
Sounds of the Cold War Acropolis: Halim El-Dabh at the Columbia-Princeton Electronic Music Center
11:00AM - 11:50AM
Presented by :
Brigid Cohen, New York University
Fujiwara Opera's U.S. Tours in the 1950s
11:00AM - 11:50AM
Presented by :
Kunio Hara, University Of South Carolina School Of Music
11:00AM - 11:50AM
Webinar 3
Mendelssohn, Schumann, and the Oratorio
Track : AMS
Speakers
Siegwart Reichwald, Converse College
Monika Hennemann, Cardiff University
Sonja Wermager, Columbia University
St. Felix the "Philisterapostel": Finding Mendelssohn in the Revisions of _Paulus_ from Premiere to Print
11:00AM - 11:50AM
Presented by :
Siegwart Reichwald, Converse College
Enacting _Elijah_: Mendelssohn on the British Stage
11:00AM - 11:50AM
Presented by :
Monika Hennemann, Cardiff University
“Worthy of a Monument in Artistic History:” Historicism, Religion, and Nation in the Plans for Robert Schumann’s Unrealized Martin Luther Oratorio
11:00AM - 11:50AM
Presented by :
Sonja Wermager, Columbia University
11:00AM - 11:50AM
Webinar 4
Puppets and Symbolism
Track : AMS
Speakers
Hayley Fenn, Harvard University
Jennifer Walker, West Virginia University
Polyphonic Puppets
11:00AM - 11:50AM
Presented by :
Hayley Fenn, Harvard University
Pious Puppets, Sacred Sounds, and the Limits of Symbolism
11:00AM - 11:50AM
Presented by :
Jennifer Walker, West Virginia University
11:00AM - 11:50AM
Meeting Room 1
First-Time Attendees Reception
Track : AMS
Moderators
Judy Tsou, University Of Washington
12:00 Noon - 12:50PM
Webinar 1
President's Plenary Lecture | "A Woman Is A Sometime Thing": Black Feminist Sound & Fury in the Porgy & Bess Archive
Track : AMS
Speakers
Daphne Brooks, Yale University
"A Woman Is A Sometime Thing": Black Feminist Sound & Fury in the _Porgy & Bess_ Archive
12:00 Noon - 12:50PM
Presented by :
Daphne Brooks, Yale University
01:00PM - 01:50PM
Meeting Room 1
AMS Board Meet and Greet 1
Track : AMS
01:00PM - 01:50PM
Webinar 1
Race, Music, and Slavery in the British Colonial Caribbean: Research Beyond Recovery
Track : AMS
Speakers
Wayne Weaver, University Of Cambridge
Maria Ryan, University Of Pennsylvania
Mary Caton Lingold, Virginia Commonwealth University
Rethinking Creole Musical Activity in the World of Samuel Felsted, c.1770-1800
01:00PM - 01:50PM
Presented by :
Wayne Weaver, University Of Cambridge
Enslaved Black Women’s Listening Practices and the Afterlives of Slavery in Musical Thought
01:00PM - 01:50PM
Presented by :
Maria Ryan, University Of Pennsylvania
Considering Mr. Baptiste: Black Composer of Early Caribbean Music?
01:00PM - 01:50PM
Presented by :
Mary Caton Lingold, Virginia Commonwealth University
01:00PM - 01:50PM
Webinar 2
Contextualizing Experimentalism
Track : AMS
Speakers
David Gutkin, Peabody Institute Of The Johns Hopkins University
Drake Andersen, Vassar College
Taylor McClaskie
Meredith Monk and the Archaeological Imagination
01:00PM - 01:50PM
Presented by :
David Gutkin, Peabody Institute Of The Johns Hopkins University
Epistemic Sound in Experimental (Music) Systems, 1968-1973
01:00PM - 01:50PM
Presented by :
Drake Andersen, Vassar College
Cultivating Ecological Consciousness: Pauline Oliveros’ Deep Listening as Deep Ecology
01:00PM - 01:50PM
Presented by :
Taylor McClaskie
01:00PM - 01:50PM
Webinar 3
Britten and Vaughan Williams
Track : AMS
Speakers
Eric Saylor, Drake University
Hilary Donaldson, University Of Toronto
Jaclyn Howerton
Vaughan Williams's Early Works: A Historiographical Reconsideration
01:00PM - 01:50PM
Presented by :
Eric Saylor, Drake University
Britten’s Unfinished Christmas Sequence and the Modernist Uses of Congregational Song
01:00PM - 01:50PM
Presented by :
Hilary Donaldson, University Of Toronto
“Doing His Bit:” Vaughan Williams’s Wartime Nationalistic Film Music for _Coastal Command_
01:00PM - 01:50PM
Presented by :
Jaclyn Howerton
01:00PM - 01:50PM
Webinar 4
Emotion and Meaning in Film Music
Track : AMS
Speakers
Berthold Hoeckner, University Of Chicago
Stephen Rumph, University Of Washington
Dan Wang, University Of Pittsburgh
The Bittersweet Spot: Music, Melodrama, and Mixed Emotions
01:00PM - 01:50PM
Presented by :
Berthold Hoeckner, University Of Chicago
Headphones, Deafness, and the "Inner Soundtrack" of _The King's Speech_
01:00PM - 01:50PM
Presented by :
Stephen Rumph, University Of Washington
Film Music in the Time of Terrorism
01:00PM - 01:50PM
Presented by :
Dan Wang, University Of Pittsburgh
02:00PM - 02:30PM
Webinar 1
Welcome Remarks
Track : AMS
02:30PM - 04:00PM
Welcome Reception / Coffee Break (2:30-4:00)
Track : AMS/SMT Joint Sessions | SMT | AMS
03:00PM - 03:50PM
Webinar 2
Women's Musical Club Cultures
Track : AMS
Speakers
Emily C. Hoyler O'Hare, School Of The Art Institute Of Chicago
Katie Hollenbach, University Of Washington
Whitney Henderson
The Social and Professional Avenues of the Musicians Club of Women
03:00PM - 03:50PM
Presented by :
Emily C. Hoyler O'Hare, School Of The Art Institute Of Chicago
"Confessions of the Bobby-Sox Brigade": Teenage Girls as Cultural Producers in World War II-Era Frank Sinatra Fan Clubs
03:00PM - 03:50PM
Presented by :
Katie Hollenbach, University Of Washington
The Ladies’ Musical Club of Seattle, Women’s Suffrage, and the Working Women Debate in Seattle, 1910 - 1920
03:00PM - 03:50PM
Presented by :
Whitney Henderson
03:00PM - 03:50PM
Webinar 3
Transmedial Politics of the Stage
Track : AMS
Speakers
Basil Considine, Abilene Christian University
Ana Sánchez-Rojo, Tulane University
Callum Blackmore, Columbia University
Une scène pour La Reine: Marie Antoinette and Grétry's _Émilie, ou la belle esclave_
03:00PM - 03:50PM
Presented by :
Basil Considine, Abilene Christian University
Those Who Cannot Publish, Compose. Musical Theater as Social Critique in Enlightenment Spain.
03:00PM - 03:50PM
Presented by :
Ana Sánchez-Rojo, Tulane University
“The Habit Does Not Make the Monk”: Rethinking Anti-Clericalism in French Revolutionary Opéras-Comiques
03:00PM - 03:50PM
Presented by :
Callum Blackmore, Columbia University
03:00PM - 03:50PM
Webinar 4
Reading Film, Hearing Scores
Track : AMS
Speakers
Melissa Goldsmith
Chelsea Oden, University Of Oregon
Caitlan Truelove, University Of Cincinnati College-Conservatory Of Music
Grace Edgar
The Sweet Life, Song, and Sound: “Patricia” in _La dolce vita_
03:00PM - 03:50PM
Presented by :
Melissa Goldsmith
Fantastic Timbres and Where to Find Them
03:00PM - 03:50PM
Presented by :
Chelsea Oden, University Of Oregon
"I'd give my soul for continued youth...": Frédéric Chopin, Moral Descent, and Thematic Transformation in Herbert Stothart’s Score for _The Picture of Dorian Gray_ (1945)
03:00PM - 03:50PM
Presented by :
Caitlan Truelove, University Of Cincinnati College-Conservatory Of Music
“Beyond High Noon (1952): Narration and Gunslinging Women in the Western Theme Score”
03:00PM - 03:50PM
Presented by :
Grace Edgar
03:00PM - 04:30PM
Webinar 1
Tenure Trekking: Exploring Diverse Tenure Processes (CCRI)
Track : AMS
Speakers
Stephen Crist, Emory University
Denise Von Glahn, Florida State University
Jeremy Grimshaw, Brigham Young University
Paul Schleuse, State University Of New York At Binghamton
Anita Hardeman, Western Illinois University
Karen Cook, University Of Hartford
Moderators
Virginia Lamothe, Chair, Belmont University
Tenure Trekking: Exploring Diverse Tenure Processes
03:00PM - 04:50PM
Presented by :
Virginia Lamothe, Chair, Belmont University
Stephen Crist, Emory University
Denise Von Glahn, Florida State University
Jeremy Grimshaw, Brigham Young University
Paul Schleuse, State University Of New York At Binghamton
Anita Hardeman, Western Illinois University
Karen Cook, University Of Hartford
03:00PM - 05:00PM
Meeting Room 3
Exhibit Hall Open Hours
Track : AMS/SMT Joint Sessions | SMT | AMS
04:00PM - 04:50PM
Webinar 3
Music and State Power
Track : AMS
Speakers
Zachary Milliman
Erica Fedor, UNC- Chapel Hill
Trevor R. Nelson, Eastman School Of Music, University Of Rochester
Opera Under Orbán: Staging the Political at the Hungarian State Opera House
04:00PM - 04:50PM
Presented by :
Zachary Milliman
Dropping Science: Friction and Collaboration in U.S. Hip Hop Diplomacy
04:00PM - 04:50PM
Presented by :
Erica Fedor, UNC- Chapel Hill
Communicating Commonwealth: Reframing Imperial Identity through the BBC’s _Commonwealth of Song_
04:00PM - 04:50PM
Presented by :
Trevor R. Nelson, Eastman School Of Music, University Of Rochester
04:00PM - 04:50PM
Webinar 4
At the Borders of Notation
Track : AMS
Speakers
Patrick Nickleson, Queen's University
Kate Doyle, Rutgers University-Newark
Albert Bellefeuille, Rutgers University
Stewart Carter, Wake Forest University
X-Marks: Indigenous Graphic Scores at the _Soundings_ Exhibition
04:00PM - 04:50PM
Presented by :
Patrick Nickleson, Queen's University
The Suchness of Sound: Lucia Dlugoszewski’s Revolutions of Musical Form and Instrumentation
04:00PM - 04:50PM
Presented by :
Kate Doyle, Rutgers University-Newark
The Interpretation of Unmeasured Preludes, Reconsidered
04:00PM - 04:50PM
Presented by :
Albert Bellefeuille, Rutgers University
From Gongchepu to Western Staff Notation in Two Manuscripts of Joseph-Marie Amiot
04:00PM - 04:50PM
Presented by :
Stewart Carter, Wake Forest University
04:00PM - 04:50PM
Meeting Room 1
Digital Exhibit: A Hands-on Poster and Demo Session (AMS Committee on Technology)
Track : AMS
Speakers
Leah Branstetter
Anne MacNeil, The University Of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
Luisa Nardini, The University Of Texas, Austin
Joshua Neumann, University Of Florida
Sarah Williams, University Of South Carolina
Katherine Larson, University Of Toronto
Scott Trudell, University Of Maryland
Raffaele Viglianti, Maryland Institute ForTechnology In The Humanities
Moderators
Mollie Ables, Wabash College
Matthew Vest, University Of California, Los Angeles
Digital Exhibit: A Hands-on Poster and Demo Session Sponsored by the AMS Committee on Technology
04:00PM - 04:50PM
Presented by :
Joshua Neumann, University Of Florida
Leah Branstetter
Anne MacNeil, The University Of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
Sarah Williams, University Of South Carolina
Katherine Larson, University Of Toronto
Luisa Nardini, The University Of Texas, Austin
Scott Trudell, University Of Maryland
Raffaele Viglianti, Maryland Institute ForTechnology In The Humanities
05:00PM - 05:50PM
Webinar 1
Performance: Bach to Black
Track : AMS
Speakers
Rochelle Sennet, University Of Illinois At Urbana-Champaign
"Bach to Black:" A Recital of Suites by J.S. Bach, Samuel Coleridge-Taylor, and James Lee III
05:00PM - 05:50PM
Presented by :
Rochelle Sennet, University Of Illinois At Urbana-Champaign
05:00PM - 05:50PM
Webinar 3
Ideology and Pragmatism in Early 20th-Century France
Track : AMS
Speakers
Alexis VanZalen, Eastman School Of Music, University Of Rochester
Lacey Golaszewski
Tadhg Sauvey, University Of Cambridge
Norbert Dufourcq, “French Classicism,” and the Politics of Periodization
05:00PM - 05:50PM
Presented by :
Alexis VanZalen, Eastman School Of Music, University Of Rochester
Exoticism as Musical Vernacular: Eugène Bozza’s Woodwind _Solos de Concours_ for the Paris Conservatoire
05:00PM - 05:50PM
Presented by :
Lacey Golaszewski
‘Du nouveau dans l’ancien’: ‘Neo-Palestrinian’ Polyphony and Ideas of Musical Progress in France, c. 1900–1930
05:00PM - 05:50PM
Presented by :
Tadhg Sauvey, University Of Cambridge
05:00PM - 05:50PM
Webinar 4
Musical Poetics
Track : AMS
Speakers
Brent Wetters
Catherine Nolan, The University Of Western Ontario
Rachel Scott, University Of Memphis
Christopher Parton, Princeton University
Celan's _WInterreise_
05:00PM - 05:50PM
Presented by :
Brent Wetters
Anton Webern's Creative Partnership with Hildegard Jone: Revising a Modernist Narrative
05:00PM - 05:50PM
Presented by :
Catherine Nolan, The University Of Western Ontario
Anticlimactic: Challenging the Construction of Alma Mahler’s Lieder as Subversive
05:00PM - 05:50PM
Presented by :
Rachel Scott, University Of Memphis
_Laura betet_: mediating sound in settings of Matthisson’s “Die Betende”
05:00PM - 05:50PM
Presented by :
Christopher Parton, Princeton University
05:00PM - 06:30PM
Webinar 2
What Constitutes “Core” in the Conservatory Curriculum? (Roundtable)
Track : AMS
Speakers
Andrew Dell'Antonio, University Of Texas, Austin
Erica Scheinberg, Lawrence University Conservatory Of Music
Melanie Lowe, Vanderbilt University
Sara Haefeli, Ithaca College
What Constitutes “Core” in the Conservatory Curriculum?
05:00PM - 06:30PM
Presented by :
Erica Scheinberg, Lawrence University Conservatory Of Music
Melanie Lowe, Vanderbilt University
Sara Haefeli, Ithaca College
Andrew Dell'Antonio, University Of Texas, Austin
05:00PM - 06:30PM
Meeting Room 1
Scandinavian Dance Workshop (Music and Dance Study Group)
Track : AMS
Speakers
Julia Randel, University Of Dayton
Stephanie Schroedter, Heidelberg University
Scandinavian Dance Workshop
05:00PM - 06:30PM
Presented by :
Julia Randel, University Of Dayton
Stephanie Schroedter, Heidelberg University
06:00PM - 07:30PM
Webinar 1
Listen and unwind
Track : AMS/SMT Joint Sessions | SMT | AMS
06:00PM - 07:30PM
Webinar 3
AMS Ecocriticism SG | Business Meeting and Panel Discussion
Track : AMS
Speakers
Aaron Allen, UNC-Greensboro
Jacob A Cohen
Ecocriticism Study Group Business Meeting and Panel Discussion
06:00PM - 07:30PM
Presented by :
Jacob A Cohen
Aaron Allen, UNC-Greensboro
06:00PM - 07:30PM
Webinar 4
Lightning Lounge: Current Topics in Ibero-American Music Research (Ibero-American Music SG)
Track : AMS
Speakers
Christine Wisch, Indiana University
Sergio Ospina Romero, Universidad De Los Andes / Indiana University
Ana Llorens, Instituto Complutense De Ciencias Musicales
Cintia Cristiá , Ryerson University
Emily Abrams Ansari, Western University
Rethinking Musical Nationalism and Cosmopolitanism in 1830s Spain
06:00PM - 07:30PM
Presented by :
Christine Wisch, Indiana University
Parodies of Indigeneity and Other Phonographic Caricatures in Early-Twentieth-Century Latin America
06:00PM - 07:30PM
Presented by :
Sergio Ospina Romero, Universidad De Los Andes / Indiana University
Constructing Operatic Roles in the Iberian Peninsula: Metastasian Opera Seria for Spain and Portugal
06:00PM - 07:30PM
Presented by :
Ana Llorens, Instituto Complutense De Ciencias Musicales
Gender Representation, Poetry, and Music: Mercedes Sosa's 1969 Recording of “Alfonsina y el mar” as a Feminist Performance
06:00PM - 07:30PM
Presented by :
Cintia Cristiá , Ryerson University
In Search of a Decolonial Approach to Music of Trauma
06:00PM - 07:30PM
Presented by :
Emily Abrams Ansari, Western University
07:00PM - 08:30PM
Webinar 2
Mapping Music and East Asia (Global East Asian Music Research SG)
Track : AMS
Speakers
Makoto Harris Takao, University Of Illinois, Urbana-Champagne
Samuel Chan, New York University
David Novak, UC Santa Barbara
Cody Black, Duke University
Gavin Lee, Soochow University (China)
Wenzhuo Zhang, SUNY Fredonia
Seminar: Posthumanist Musicology and East Asia
07:00PM - 08:30PM
Presented by :
Gavin Lee, Soochow University (China)
Wenzhuo Zhang, SUNY Fredonia
Voice Beside Hell: Neoliberal Progress, Analog Subversion, and the Vocal Unbecomings of Hell Joseon/South Korea
07:00PM - 08:30PM
Presented by :
Cody Black, Duke University
Archiving Asian Popular Music in Global Media Circulation
07:00PM - 08:30PM
Presented by :
David Novak, UC Santa Barbara
07:00PM - 08:30PM
Meeting Room 1
Student Reception
Track : AMS
Day 2, 08 Nov 2020
09:00AM - 09:45AM
Meeting Room 1
Morning meditation session
Track : AMS/SMT Joint Sessions | SMT | AMS
10:00AM - 10:50AM
Meeting Room 1
AMS Board Meet and Greet 2
10:00AM - 10:50AM
Webinar 2
Soviet Transformations
Track : AMS
Speakers
Matthew Honegger, Princeton University
Katya Ermolaeva
Klara Moricz
Welcome to the War of Tomorrow: Soviet Musicians at the 1939 World's Fair and the Politics of Virtuosity
10:00AM - 10:50AM
Presented by :
Matthew Honegger, Princeton University
From Film to FIFA: Transformations of a Prokofievan Theme Under Stalinism and Putinism
10:00AM - 10:50AM
Presented by :
Katya Ermolaeva
Crossing Impenetrable Borders: Leningrad’s Sonic Siege Diaries
10:00AM - 10:50AM
Presented by :
Klara Moricz
10:00AM - 10:50AM
Webinar 3
Ballet in the Long 20th Century
Track : AMS
Speakers
Sophie Benn
Laura Kennedy, Furman University
Sarah Gutsche-Miller
Anne Searcy
Stepanov’s Musical Anatomies
10:00AM - 10:50AM
Presented by :
Sophie Benn
Soviet Sylphs or Socialist Reality? Shostakovich, Lopukhov, and _The Limpid Stream_
10:00AM - 10:50AM
Presented by :
Laura Kennedy, Furman University
Modernist Gluck: Greek Dance and French Nationalism at the Opéra-Comique
10:00AM - 10:50AM
Presented by :
Sarah Gutsche-Miller
Ballet Dancers on the Subway: Jerome Robbins’s Interpretation of Philip Glass
10:00AM - 10:50AM
Presented by :
Anne Searcy
10:00AM - 10:50AM
Webinar 1
Women on Record
Track : AMS
Speakers
David Miller
Gayle Murchison, The College Of William And Mary
Karen Henson
Singing Webern, sounding Webern: Bethany Beardslee, Grace-Lynne Martin, and Marni Nixon, 1950–1957
10:00AM - 10:50AM
Presented by :
David Miller
Nevertheless, She Persisted: Mary Lou Williams Takes on King Records and the Industry
10:00AM - 10:50AM
Presented by :
Gayle Murchison, The College Of William And Mary
The Micro-Phonograph and the Female Voice
10:00AM - 10:50AM
Presented by :
Karen Henson
10:00AM - 10:50AM
Webinar 4
Musical Consumption in Mid-century America
Track : AMS
Speakers
Jennifer Messelink, Schulich School Of Music, McGill University
Edgardo Salinas, The Juilliard School
Kelli Smith-Biwer, University Of North Carolina - Chapel Hill
Welcome to the Jungle: Post-War Exotica and Its Relations
10:00AM - 10:50AM
Presented by :
Jennifer Messelink, Schulich School Of Music, McGill University
Technologies of Immediacy: Musical Form and Remediation in "The Liberace Show"
10:00AM - 10:50AM
Presented by :
Edgardo Salinas, The Juilliard School
Modularity and Masculinity in _High Fidelity_ Magazine
10:00AM - 10:50AM
Presented by :
Kelli Smith-Biwer, University Of North Carolina - Chapel Hill
10:00AM - 11:30AM
Webinar 5
Black Opera
Track : AMS
Speakers
Sarah Hankins, UC San DIego
Lucy Caplan, Harvard University
Elena Farel, Washington University In St. Louis
Ryan Ebright, Bowling Green State University
Elizabeth Campbell, UC Davis
Whiteness Unmade: Abjection and the Return of the Black Real in Janelle Monaè’s _Dirty Computer_
10:00AM - 11:30AM
Presented by :
Sarah Hankins, UC San DIego
The Grand Operatic Imagination of Harry Lawrence Freeman
10:00AM - 11:30AM
Presented by :
Lucy Caplan, Harvard University
Sissieretta Jones and Performing the Prima Donna
10:00AM - 11:30AM
Presented by :
Elena Farel, Washington University In St. Louis
Incubation and Integration: The American Music Theater Festival and Anthony Davis’s _X_
10:00AM - 11:30AM
Presented by :
Ryan Ebright, Bowling Green State University
“In Search of Something Racial”: The National Negro Opera Company
10:00AM - 11:30AM
Presented by :
Elizabeth Campbell, UC Davis
11:00AM - 11:50AM
Webinar 2
Musical Hagiographies
Track : AMS
Speakers
James Blasina, Swarthmore College
Mary Caldwell, University Of Pennsylvania
Catherine Saucier, Arizona State University
Moderators
Barbara Helen Haggh-Huglo
Punishment and Sadomasochism in a Medieval Saint’s Office: Singing Saint Katherine in England
11:00AM - 11:50AM
Presented by :
James Blasina, Swarthmore College
An Advent Saint: Seasonal and Saintly Music and Liturgy in Thirteenth-Century Paris
11:00AM - 11:50AM
Presented by :
Mary Caldwell, University Of Pennsylvania
“John, Apostle of Asia, becomes a Prophet”: Synthesizing Eastern and Western Narratives in the Johannine Liturgy of ‘s-Hertogenbosch
11:00AM - 11:50AM
Presented by :
Catherine Saucier, Arizona State University
11:00AM - 11:50AM
Webinar 3
(Un)gendering Musical Bodies
Track : AMS
Speakers
Laurie McManus, Shenandoah Conservatory
Alan Elkins, Florida State University
Inge Van Rij, Victoria University Of Wellington
Priesthood of Art: On Gender and Art Religion
11:00AM - 11:50AM
Presented by :
Laurie McManus, Shenandoah Conservatory
Beauty in the Beast: Humanity and Technology in the Music of Wendy Carlos
11:00AM - 11:50AM
Presented by :
Alan Elkins, Florida State University
“Le peril rose:” Gendering the orchestral body in early twentieth-century Paris
11:00AM - 11:50AM
Presented by :
Inge Van Rij, Victoria University Of Wellington
11:00AM - 11:50AM
Webinar 4
Collaborative Processes
Track : AMS
Speakers
Elisabeth Reisinger, University Of Vienna
Nathinee Chucherdwatanasak, University Of Michigan
Andrew Eisenberg, NYU Abu Dhabi
Jason Hanley, Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame
Intermediary Between Two Worlds: The Role of Eric Simon in Benny Goodman’s Commissioning of Classical Music
11:00AM - 11:50AM
Presented by :
Elisabeth Reisinger, University Of Vienna
Composing Together: Collaboration and Creativity in the New-Music Scene
11:00AM - 11:50AM
Presented by :
Nathinee Chucherdwatanasak, University Of Michigan
A Sonorous Philosophy of Swahili Culture: Musical Composition as Intellectual Practice on the Kenyan Coast
11:00AM - 11:50AM
Presented by :
Andrew Eisenberg, NYU Abu Dhabi
“Give Me A Beat!”: Janet Jackson, Jimmy Jam, and Terry Lewis take _Control_
11:00AM - 11:50AM
Presented by :
Jason Hanley, Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame
11:00AM - 12:30PM
Meeting Room 1
Histories of Music Pedagogy: Techniques, Institutions, Epistemologies (Workshop)
Track : AMS/SMT Joint Sessions | SMT | AMS
Speakers
Lindsay Wright, The University Of Chicago
Benjamin Steege, Columbia University
Fanny Gribenski, Max Planck Institute For The History Of Science
Emily Dolan, Brown University
Anicia Timberlake
Michael Weinstein-Reiman
Joshua Navon, Columbia University
Histories of Music Pedagogy: Techniques, Institutions, Epistemologies
11:00AM - 12:30PM
Presented by :
Michael Weinstein-Reiman
Joshua Navon, Columbia University
Emily Dolan, Brown University
Fanny Gribenski, Max Planck Institute For The History Of Science
Benjamin Steege, Columbia University
Anicia Timberlake
Lindsay Wright, The University Of Chicago
11:00AM - 12:50PM
Webinar 1
The Future of Jewish Music Studies (Jewish Studies and Music Study Group)
Track : AMS
Speakers
Tina Fruhauf
Assaf Shelleg, The Hebrew University Of Jerusalem
Philip Bohlman, University Of Chicago
Karen Uslin, Rowan University
The Future of Jewish Music Studies
06:00PM - 07:30PM
Presented by :
Philip Bohlman, University Of Chicago
Assaf Shelleg, The Hebrew University Of Jerusalem
Tina Fruhauf
12:00 Noon - 12:50PM
Webinar 2
Music and Class in London and Manchester
Track : AMS
Speakers
David Kjar, Chicago College Of Performing Arts, Roosevelt University
Elizabeth Morgan, Saint Joseph's University
Ashley Greathouse, College-Conservatory Of Music, University Of Cincinnati
Joe Nelson, University Of Minnesota
Hearing Liminality in Streetwise Opera’s "The Passion"
12:00 Noon - 12:50PM
Presented by :
David Kjar, Chicago College Of Performing Arts, Roosevelt University
Raising the (Middle)brow: Music for "Sailors, Soldiers, and Taxi Drivers" at Myra Hess's National Gallery Concerts
12:00 Noon - 12:50PM
Presented by :
Elizabeth Morgan, Saint Joseph's University
Aristocratic Pleasure for the “Middle Sort”: Franz Joseph Haydn’s “Hunt” Symphony (Hob. I:73) at London’s Vauxhall Gardens
12:00 Noon - 12:50PM
Presented by :
Ashley Greathouse, College-Conservatory Of Music, University Of Cincinnati
“Noise and Fury Signifying Nothing”: Music, Noise, and the Landscape of Urban Poverty in London, 1600-1850
12:00 Noon - 12:50PM
Presented by :
Joe Nelson, University Of Minnesota
12:00 Noon - 12:50PM
Webinar 3
Opera beyond the Opera House
Track : AMS
Speakers
Nicole Vilkner, Duquesne University
Francesca Vella, University Of Cambridge
Rachel Becker, Boise State University
Rethinking the Stage: _Salon opéra_ in Paris (1850-1870)
12:00 Noon - 12:50PM
Presented by :
Nicole Vilkner, Duquesne University
Funeral Entrainments: Errico Petrella’s _Jone_ (1858) and the Band
12:00 Noon - 12:50PM
Presented by :
Francesca Vella, University Of Cambridge
Ecphractic Narration: the dueling authors of the opera fantasia
12:00 Noon - 12:50PM
Presented by :
Rachel Becker, Boise State University
12:00 Noon - 12:50PM
Webinar 4
Reassessing Romanticism
Track : AMS
Speakers
Nicholas Stevens, Wichita State University
Carlo Caballero, University Of Colorado, Boulder
Romanticism Glimpsed through Cracks: How, Where, and Why _Algae_ Grows
12:00 Noon - 12:50PM
Presented by :
Nicholas Stevens, Wichita State University
Kitsch Unbound
12:00 Noon - 12:50PM
Presented by :
Carlo Caballero, University Of Colorado, Boulder
01:00PM - 02:50PM
Webinar 1
AMS Business Meeting and Awards Ceremony
Track : AMS
03:00PM - 03:50PM
Webinar 1
Queer Hearing
Track : AMS
Speakers
Matthew Leslie Santana
Freya Jarman, University Of Liverpool
Lauron Kehrer
Transgender Transformistas: Hemispheric Approaches to Trans Music Studies
03:00PM - 03:50PM
Presented by :
Matthew Leslie Santana
The Man With the Golden Dress: Bond songs, bearded ladies, and intertextually queer vocality
03:00PM - 03:50PM
Presented by :
Freya Jarman, University Of Liverpool
"The Bro Code": Young M.A and Black Queer Female Masculinity in Rap
03:00PM - 03:50PM
Presented by :
Lauron Kehrer
03:00PM - 03:50PM
Webinar 2
Musical Networks and Institutions
Track : AMS
Speakers
Shaun Stubblefield , University Of Colorado Boulder
Jason Rosenholtz-Witt
Zoe Weiss, Cornell University
York Minster: A Scrutiny of Musical Manners, 1760-1800.
03:00PM - 03:50PM
Presented by :
Shaun Stubblefield , University Of Colorado Boulder
Musicians’ Complaints as Evidence of Unwritten Performance Practice in Early _Seicento_ Bergamo
03:00PM - 03:50PM
Presented by :
Jason Rosenholtz-Witt
Mobile Networks and the Elizabethan In Nomine
03:00PM - 03:50PM
Presented by :
Zoe Weiss, Cornell University
03:00PM - 03:50PM
Webinar 3
The Power of Music Criticism
Track : AMS
Speakers
Michael Palmese
Siavash Sabetrohani, University Of Chicago
Daniil Zavlunov
Notes from the Underground: Exploring Bay Area Musical Culture Through the _Berkeley Barb_ (1965–80)
03:00PM - 03:50PM
Presented by :
Michael Palmese
Music, the Public Sphere, and Nation-Building: 18th-Century Musical Writings in Berlin
03:00PM - 03:50PM
Presented by :
Siavash Sabetrohani, University Of Chicago
“To channel the taste and judgment of the public in a proper direction”: Reading published opera criticism as state propaganda in Nicholas I’s Russia (1825-1855).
03:00PM - 03:50PM
Presented by :
Daniil Zavlunov
03:00PM - 03:50PM
Webinar 4
Medieval and Early Modern Vanguards
Track : AMS
Speakers
Adam Knight Gilbert, University Of Southern California
Kelli McQueen, University Of Illinois At Urbana-Champaign
Robin Waugh, Wilfrid Laurier University
Peter Loewen, Rice University
Ockeghem the Mathematician: Symmetry and Pattern in _Presque transi_.
03:00PM - 03:50PM
Presented by :
Adam Knight Gilbert, University Of Southern California
Fiddling Troubadours and the Three Estates
03:00PM - 03:50PM
Presented by :
Kelli McQueen, University Of Illinois At Urbana-Champaign
Chanting, Dancing, and Preaching Songs of the Franciscan Friar William Herebert
03:00PM - 03:50PM
Presented by :
Peter Loewen, Rice University
Robin Waugh, Wilfrid Laurier University
03:00PM - 03:50PM
Meeting Room 2
CCD Reception
Track : AMS
03:00PM - 04:50PM
Coffee Break
Track : AMS/SMT Joint Sessions | SMT | AMS
03:00PM - 05:00PM
Meeting Room 3
Exhibit Hall Open Hours
Track : AMS/SMT Joint Sessions | SMT | AMS
03:30PM - 05:00PM
Grad School Fair (SMT)
Track : SMT
04:00PM - 04:50PM
Webinar 3
New Perspectives on 16th-century Venice
Track : AMS
Speakers
Dan Donnelly, OISE - University Of Toronto
Kate Van Orden, Harvard University
Alessandra Ignesti, Schulich School Of Music Of McGill University
The Madrigal Print as Travelogue: Traversing the Venetian _Stato da mar_ in Giandomenico Martoretta's Third Book
04:00PM - 04:50PM
Presented by :
Dan Donnelly, OISE - University Of Toronto
Metrolingualism in Sixteenth-Century Venice: Evidence from the Vernacular Song Repertoire
04:00PM - 04:50PM
Presented by :
Kate Van Orden, Harvard University
_Agnus Dei_ / _Aspice Domine_: Ippolito Baccusi's Polytextual Mass Movement and the Turkish Menace
04:00PM - 04:50PM
Presented by :
Alessandra Ignesti, Schulich School Of Music Of McGill University
04:00PM - 04:50PM
Webinar 2
Otherworldly Voices in Opera
Track : AMS
Speakers
Woodrow Steinken, University Of Pittsburgh
Feng-Shu Lee, National Chiao Tung University
Margaret Butler, University Of Wisconsin-Madison
Voices from Elsewhere in Richard Wagner's Music Dramas
04:00PM - 04:50PM
Presented by :
Woodrow Steinken, University Of Pittsburgh
Projecting the Phantasmagorical Presence: The Fluctuating Body and 19th-Century Music
04:00PM - 04:50PM
Presented by :
Feng-Shu Lee, National Chiao Tung University
Opening a Celebrity’s Closet: Cecilia Davies’s Music Collection
04:00PM - 04:50PM
Presented by :
Margaret Butler, University Of Wisconsin-Madison
04:00PM - 05:30PM
Webinar 4
Pedagogy for Busy People (CCRI - Contingent Labor)
Track : AMS
Speakers
Christopher Campo-Bowen, Virginia Tech
Reba Wissner, Columbus State University
Samantha Bassler, New York University And Rutgers University At Newark
Molly Breckling, University Of West Georgia
Matilda Ertz, Youth Performing Arts School/University Of Louisville
Luis-Manuel Garcia, University Of Birmingham
Brandi Neal, Coastal Carolina University
Pedagogy for Busy People
04:00PM - 05:30PM
Presented by :
Christopher Campo-Bowen, Virginia Tech
Reba Wissner, Columbus State University
Samantha Bassler, New York University And Rutgers University At Newark
Molly Breckling, University Of West Georgia
Matilda Ertz, Youth Performing Arts School/University Of Louisville
Luis-Manuel Garcia, University Of Birmingham
Brandi Neal, Coastal Carolina University
04:00PM - 05:30PM
Webinar 1
CWG Endowed Lecture | Jazz, Gender and Society: a discussion with Terri Lyne Carrington and Farah Jasmine Griffin
Track : AMS
Speakers
Farah Jasmine Griffin, Columbia University
Terri Carrington, Berklee College Of Music
Stephanie Jensen-Moulton
Jazz, Gender and Society: a discussion with Terri Lyne Carrington and Farah Jasmine Griffin
04:00PM - 05:30PM
Presented by :
Terri Carrington, Berklee College Of Music
Farah Jasmine Griffin, Columbia University
Stephanie Jensen-Moulton
05:00PM - 05:50PM
Webinar 5
The Impact of Recordings
Track : AMS
Speakers
Matthew Mendez, Yale University
Fusako Hamao
Siel Agugliaro, University Of Pennsylvania
Richard Strauss and _Plattenmögliche Musik_: Arbitrating Technological Failure in Phonography Before 1914
05:00PM - 05:50PM
Presented by :
Matthew Mendez, Yale University
American Democratization Efforts through Recorded Music in Occupied Japan
05:00PM - 05:50PM
Presented by :
Fusako Hamao
“Especial Miracles”: The Collective Making of the Phonograph as an American Musical Product
05:00PM - 05:50PM
Presented by :
Siel Agugliaro, University Of Pennsylvania
05:00PM - 05:50PM
Webinar 3
Eighteenth-Century Germany
Track : AMS
Speakers
Andrew Talle, Northwestern University
Sean Colonna
Austin Glatthorn, Durham University
The Singing Muse of J. S. Scholze
05:00PM - 05:50PM
Presented by :
Andrew Talle, Northwestern University
Coffee, the _Pharmakon_, and Narcomusicology
05:00PM - 05:50PM
Presented by :
Sean Colonna
"Every Theater in Germany": Decentralizing German Music Theater in Central Europe, 1775-1800
05:00PM - 05:50PM
Presented by :
Austin Glatthorn, Durham University
05:00PM - 06:30PM
Webinar 2
Musical Interculturality: Scope, Methods, Approaches (Roundtable)
Track : AMS/SMT Joint Sessions | SMT | AMS
Speakers
Anna Maria Busse Berger
Tobias Janz
Larry Witzleben
Philip Bohlman, University Of Chicago
Martin Scherzinger
Christian Utz
John Winzenburg, Hong Kong Baptist University
Nancy Yunhwa Rao
Yayoi Everett, University Of Illinois At Chicago
Musical Interculturality: Scope, Methods, Approaches
05:00PM - 06:30PM
Presented by :
Yayoi Everett, University Of Illinois At Chicago
Christian Utz
John Winzenburg, Hong Kong Baptist University
Nancy Yunhwa Rao
Martin Scherzinger
Philip Bohlman, University Of Chicago
Anna Maria Busse Berger
Tobias Janz
Larry Witzleben
06:00PM - 07:30PM
Webinar 1
Listen and unwind
Track : AMS/SMT Joint Sessions | SMT | AMS
06:00PM - 07:30PM
Meeting Room 2
Hatred and//of Music (Music & Philosophy Study Group)
Track : AMS
Speakers
Patrick Nickelson, Queen's University
Katharina Clausius, Université De Montréal
Vivian Luong, University Of Virginia
Samuel Chan, New York University
Tamara Levitz
Jamie Currie, University Of Buffalo
William Cheng
Hatred and//of Music
06:00PM - 07:30PM
Presented by :
Tamara Levitz
Patrick Nickelson, Queen's University
William Cheng
Samuel Chan, New York University
Katharina Clausius, Université De Montréal
Jamie Currie, University Of Buffalo
Vivian Luong, University Of Virginia
06:00PM - 07:30PM
Webinar 4
Stretches, Leaps, Turns: Experiments in Music-Dance Relationships (Music and Dance Study Group)
Track : AMS
Speakers
Julia Randel, University Of Dayton
Stephanie Schroedter, Heidelberg University
Stretches, Leaps, Turns: Experiments in Music-Dance Relationships
06:00PM - 07:30PM
Presented by :
Julia Randel, University Of Dayton
Stephanie Schroedter, Heidelberg University
06:00PM - 08:00PM
Webinar 5
Mediating the Cold War (AMS Cold War and Music Study Group and SMT Post-1945 Music Analysis Interest Group)
Track : AMS/SMT Joint Sessions | SMT | AMS
Speakers
Eduardo Herrera, Rutgers University
Noel Torres Rivera
George Adams
Ryan Gourley, University Of California, Berkeley
Gabrielle Cornish
Jennifer Iverson, University Of Chicago
Moderators
Martha Sprigge, University Of California, Santa Barbara
Antares Boyle, Portland State University
Laura Emmery, Emory University
Mediating the Cold War
06:00PM - 08:00PM
Presented by :
Eduardo Herrera, Rutgers University
Noel Torres Rivera
George Adams
Ryan Gourley, University Of California, Berkeley
Gabrielle Cornish
Jennifer Iverson, University Of Chicago
06:00PM - 08:00PM
Meeting Room 1
Global Music Histories at the Interstices: Perspectives across North and South (Global Music History SG)
Track : AMS
Speakers
Sergio Ospina Romero
Makoto Harris Takao
Carlos Roberto Ramirez
Juliana Pistorius
Brian Barone
Aliah Ajamoughli
Moderators
Gabriel Solis
Yvonne Liao, University Of Oxford
Olivia Bloechl
Day 3, 14 Nov 2020
09:00AM - 09:45AM
Meeting Room 1
Morning meditation session
Track : AMS/SMT Joint Sessions | SMT | AMS
10:00AM - 10:50AM
Webinar 3
Remembering World War II
Track : AMS
Speakers
Abby Anderton
Caitlin McAlister
Torbjørn Ottersen, The Van Leer Jerusalem Institute
The Sound of Testimony: Gender and Performance after the Holocaust
10:00AM - 10:50AM
Presented by :
Abby Anderton
“From Summer Sands to Armageddon's Reach”: World War II in the Music of Iron Maiden
10:00AM - 10:50AM
Presented by :
Caitlin McAlister
(N)one shall escape: _A Survivor from Warsaw_ and Hollywood aesthetics
10:00AM - 10:50AM
Presented by :
Torbjørn Ottersen, The Van Leer Jerusalem Institute
10:00AM - 10:50AM
Webinar 2
Gender and Print Culture
Track : AMS
Speakers
Julia Doe, Columbia University
Michael Noone, Boston College
Joseph Darby, Keene State College
Madame de Lusse, Music Engraving, and France’s “Artisanal” Enlightenment
10:00AM - 10:50AM
Presented by :
Julia Doe, Columbia University
Ignored and unsung: Susana Muñoz, Early Modern Spain's most prolific printer of sacred music
10:00AM - 10:50AM
Presented by :
Michael Noone, Boston College
“To send them into the World - in the best Manner I am able”: Publishing Music by Subscription in 18th-Century Britain
10:00AM - 10:50AM
Presented by :
Joseph Darby, Keene State College
10:00AM - 11:30AM
Webinar 1
Special Session: Black Lives Matter and Music: A Conversation with Tazewell Thompson, librettist of _Blue_ (AMS Committee on the Annual Meeting in joint session with SMT)
Track : AMS/SMT Joint Sessions | SMT | AMS
Speakers
Tazewell Thompson, Manhattan School Of Music
Naomi Andre, University Of Michigan
Richard Desinord, Howard University
Moderators
Steve Swayne, Dartmouth College
Black Lives Matter and Music: A Conversation with Tazewell Thompson, librettist of _Blue_
10:00AM - 11:30AM
Presented by :
Tazewell Thompson, Manhattan School Of Music
11:00AM - 11:50AM
Webinar 3
Unheard Modernisms
Track : AMS
Speakers
Kyle Kaplan
Joseph Pfender
Ian Sewell
The Intimate Economy of the 1957 Donaueschingen Festival
11:00AM - 11:50AM
Presented by :
Kyle Kaplan
Otto Luening's Tape Prosody
11:00AM - 11:50AM
Presented by :
Joseph Pfender
(Re-)Publishing Ruth Crawford: String Quartet 1931, Andante for Strings, and the Case of the Missing Bass
11:00AM - 11:50AM
Presented by :
Ian Sewell
11:00AM - 11:50AM
Webinar 2
Traditional and Modern Guitar
Track : AMS
Speakers
Kathy Acosta Zavala, University Of Arizona
K. Meira Goldberg, Fashion Institute Of Technology, Foundation For Iberian Music, CUNY
Lindsay Jones, University Of Toronto
Vahdah Olcott-Bickford (1885-1980): Institutional Pioneer of the Modern American Guitar Landscape
11:00AM - 11:50AM
Presented by :
Kathy Acosta Zavala, University Of Arizona
Tracing Duende: On the Pellizco, a Rhythmic Gesture in Flamenco Dance
11:00AM - 11:50AM
Presented by :
K. Meira Goldberg, Fashion Institute Of Technology, Foundation For Iberian Music, CUNY
Mauro Giuliani and the Congress of Vienna: Musical Representations of Power and Politics
11:00AM - 11:50AM
Presented by :
Lindsay Jones, University Of Toronto
12:00 Noon - 12:50PM
Webinar 3
Folk Borrowings
Track : AMS
Speakers
Joel Roberts, University Of Memphis
Julian Onderdonk, West Chester University Wells School Of Music
Kathryn Straker
Brian Jones, Eckerd College
Something Borrowed, Something New: The Roots of Bob Miller and His Songs
12:00 Noon - 12:50PM
Presented by :
Joel Roberts, University Of Memphis
Benjamin Britten and the "Alternative" English Folk Revival
12:00 Noon - 12:50PM
Presented by :
Julian Onderdonk, West Chester University Wells School Of Music
At Home with the Exotic: the Celtic and the Oriental as Mutual Otherworlds in British Psychedelia
12:00 Noon - 12:50PM
Presented by :
Kathryn Straker
Aesthetics of Imagined Folk Origins: Reconsidering the Communal Ballad Theory in Published American Folksong, 1910–1930
12:00 Noon - 12:50PM
Presented by :
Brian Jones, Eckerd College
12:00 Noon - 12:50PM
Webinar 4
Marketing Black Music
Track : AMS
Speakers
Cory Hunter, Eastman School Of Music, University Of Rochester
Andrew Flory, Carleton College
Gabrielle Ferrari, Columbia University
Thy Kingdom Come: Black Gospel Music Goes Multicultural
12:00 Noon - 12:50PM
Presented by :
Cory Hunter, Eastman School Of Music, University Of Rochester
Marvin Gaye and the Black Performance Circuit
12:00 Noon - 12:50PM
Presented by :
Andrew Flory, Carleton College
Hip Handel: Race, “Classical” Music Marketing, and the Strange Case of _Too Hot to Handel_
12:00 Noon - 12:50PM
Presented by :
Gabrielle Ferrari, Columbia University
12:00 Noon - 12:50PM
Webinar 5
Music and Critical Disability Theory
Track : AMS
Speakers
Kelso Molloy, New York University
Diana Wu, The University Of Western Ontario
Rena Roussin, University Of Toronto
Matthew Leone
Welcome to His Nightmare: Deciphering Horror x Age(ing) in Alice Cooper’s “Ol’ Black Eyes is Back” 2020 Tour
12:00 Noon - 12:50PM
Presented by :
Kelso Molloy, New York University
Hearing Voices: The Sound of Operatic Madness in the Age of Schizophrenia
12:00 Noon - 12:50PM
Presented by :
Diana Wu, The University Of Western Ontario
Cripping Haydn Studies: The Final Decade and Disabled Narrative in the Late Oratorios
12:00 Noon - 12:50PM
Presented by :
Rena Roussin, University Of Toronto
“Dussek the (Im)moral Composer: A Case Study in Disability, Physiognomy, and Nineteenth-Century Reception”
12:00 Noon - 12:50PM
Presented by :
Matthew Leone
12:00 Noon - 12:50PM
Webinar 1
Feminism in Popular Music
Track : AMS
Speakers
Gillian Gower, University Of Edinburgh
Danielle Sofer, LGBTQ+ Music Study Group
Rebekah Hutten, Schulich School Of Music, McGill University
The Passion of Miley Cyrus: Medievalism as Pop Feminism in _Mother’s Daughter_
12:00 Noon - 12:50PM
Presented by :
Gillian Gower, University Of Edinburgh
Sex, Samples, Self: Performing Availability from Donna Summer to TLC
12:00 Noon - 12:50PM
Presented by :
Danielle Sofer, LGBTQ+ Music Study Group
Hearing Racial Politics in Beyoncé's and the Dixie Chicks' "Daddy Lessons"
12:00 Noon - 12:50PM
Presented by :
Rebekah Hutten, Schulich School Of Music, McGill University
12:00 Noon - 12:50PM
Webinar 2
Concert Cultures
Track : AMS
Speakers
Beverly Wilcox, California State University, Sacramento
MIRANDA SOUSA, University Of Pittsburgh
Ann Van Allen-Russell, Trinity Laban Conservatoire Of Music And Dance
John Dilworth, Harvard University
The Musicological Value of Fictional Foreign Travelers: _Stalkoff, gentilhomme russe en France_ and Concert Conducting in Eighteenth-Century Dijon
12:00 Noon - 12:50PM
Presented by :
Beverly Wilcox, California State University, Sacramento
Music Clubs and the Building of Concert Culture in Rio de Janeiro`s Belle Époque (1870-1922)
12:00 Noon - 12:50PM
Presented by :
MIRANDA SOUSA, University Of Pittsburgh
Cultural Economics and Music Business: The Bach-Abel Subscription Concerts, 1773-1775
12:00 Noon - 12:50PM
Presented by :
Ann Van Allen-Russell, Trinity Laban Conservatoire Of Music And Dance
Boredom and the Vocal Score
12:00 Noon - 12:50PM
Presented by :
John Dilworth, Harvard University
12:00 Noon - 01:30PM
Meeting Room 1
Fostering Decoloniality in Music: From Local Archives to Global Dialogue (Workshop)
Track : AMS/SMT Joint Sessions | SMT | AMS
Speakers
Robin Attas, Queen's University
Lilliana Saldaña, University Of Texas At San Antonio
Lindelwa Dalamba, University Of The Witwatersrand
Philip Burnett, University Of Bristol
Yvonne Liao, University Of Oxford
David Irving, CREA & Institució Milà I Fontanals De Recerca En Humanitats-CSIC
Roe-Min Kok
Fostering Decoloniality in Music: From Local Archives to Global Dialogue
12:00 Noon - 01:30PM
Presented by :
Yvonne Liao, University Of Oxford
Roe-Min Kok
Philip Burnett, University Of Bristol
Lindelwa Dalamba, University Of The Witwatersrand
Robin Attas, Queen's University
Lilliana Saldaña, University Of Texas At San Antonio
David Irving, CREA & Institució Milà I Fontanals De Recerca En Humanitats-CSIC
01:00PM - 01:50PM
Webinar 3
Recontextualizing 17th-century Music
Track : AMS
Speakers
Devin Burke
Arne Spohr, Bowling Green State University
Malachai Bandy, University Of Southern California
Singing Sacrilege: Music and the Idolatry Problem in the Operatic Spectacles of Vienna and Versailles, 1661-1689
01:00PM - 01:50PM
Presented by :
Devin Burke
Musical Rhetoric as Racial Commentary: Samuel Capricornus’s Sacred Concerto “Ich bin schwarz” (1664) and Views on Blackness in Seventeenth-Century Germany
01:00PM - 01:50PM
Presented by :
Arne Spohr, Bowling Green State University
Geometry, Alchemy, and Rosicrucian Symbol in Buxtehude’s _Sicut Moses exaltavit serpentum in deserto_ (BuxWV 97)
01:00PM - 01:50PM
Presented by :
Malachai Bandy, University Of Southern California
01:00PM - 01:50PM
Webinar 4
Technologies of Opera
Track : AMS
Speakers
Micaela Baranello, University Of Arkansas
Laura Moeckli, Bern University Of The Arts
Ditlev Rindom, King's College London
Space Opera: Alienation, Voice, and Colonialism in Sci-Fi Regietheater
01:00PM - 01:50PM
Presented by :
Micaela Baranello, University Of Arkansas
Liveness and participation in bootleg opera recordings
01:00PM - 01:50PM
Presented by :
Laura Moeckli, Bern University Of The Arts
Antonio Meucci, opera and telephonic listening
01:00PM - 01:50PM
Presented by :
Ditlev Rindom, King's College London
01:00PM - 01:50PM
Webinar 1
Against the Patriarchy
Track : AMS
Speakers
H. Megumi Orita, The University Of North Carolina At Chapel Hill
Larissa Irizarry
Queer and Religious Feminist Myth-Building in Tori Amos’s _Boys for Pele_ (1996–1998)
01:00PM - 01:50PM
Presented by :
H. Megumi Orita, The University Of North Carolina At Chapel Hill
#AdrianaMater: An Opera Concerning Rape and Pregnancy
01:00PM - 01:50PM
Presented by :
Larissa Irizarry
01:00PM - 01:50PM
Webinar 2
Pianisms
Track : AMS
Speakers
Theodora Serbanescu-Martin, Cornell University
Bonny Miller, Independent Scholar
Peng Liu, University Of Texas At Austin
Tightly Laced and Bound by Method: Clara Schumann and the Construction of Nineteenth-Century Female Pianism
01:00PM - 01:50PM
Presented by :
Theodora Serbanescu-Martin, Cornell University
Schumann’s Hand, Logier’s Chiroplast, and Wieck’s Role in an Unresolved Mystery
01:00PM - 01:50PM
Presented by :
Bonny Miller, Independent Scholar
Programming and Performance Practice: Anna Caroline de Belleville’s Changing Approach to Virtuosity in the Early Nineteenth Century
01:00PM - 01:50PM
Presented by :
Peng Liu, University Of Texas At Austin
01:00PM - 02:30PM
Webinar 5
Meeting of the Ludomusicology Study Group (Ludomusicology Study Group)
Track : AMS
Speakers
Thomas Yeh
Dominique Pelletier
Julianne Grasso
Ryan Thompson
Karen Cook, University Of Hartford
Elizabeth Hambleton, Co-Chair AMS Ludomusicology Study Group
Kate Galloway, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
Annual Meeting of the Ludomusicology Study Group of the American Musicological Society
01:00PM - 02:30PM
Presented by :
Elizabeth Hambleton, Co-Chair AMS Ludomusicology Study Group
Ryan Thompson
Julianne Grasso
Kate Galloway, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
Karen Cook, University Of Hartford
Thomas Yeh
Dominique Pelletier
02:00PM - 02:50PM
Webinar 1
Music and Social Activism
Track : AMS
Speakers
Daphne Carr, NYU
Kevin Schattenkirk, Longwood Universtiy
Louis Niebur
Towards the Sonic Good Life
02:00PM - 02:50PM
Presented by :
Daphne Carr, NYU
Gay Choruses and a Regular Program of Commissioning New Music on Loss and Tragedy in the Larger LGBTQ+ Community for Purposes of Social Activism
02:00PM - 02:50PM
Presented by :
Kevin Schattenkirk, Longwood Universtiy
“A Land More Kind than Home, More Large Than Earth”: The Intersection of Kansas City’s Musical and LGBT Communities in Christopher Lacy’s Requiem for Victims of AIDS
02:00PM - 02:50PM
Presented by :
Louis Niebur
02:00PM - 02:50PM
Webinar 2
Vocal Subjectivities
Track : AMS
Speakers
Maria Murphy, University Of Pennsylvania
Seth Coluzzi, Colgate University
Robert Michael Anderson, University Of North Texas
Processing Encrypted Failures: Laurie Anderson’s “O Superman” from _Big Science_ to _Homeland_
02:00PM - 02:50PM
Presented by :
Maria Murphy, University Of Pennsylvania
Madrigals in Dialogue: What Multi-Speaker Settings Tell Us About Voice and Readership in the Italian Madrigal
02:00PM - 02:50PM
Presented by :
Seth Coluzzi, Colgate University
“Ideal Hausmusik” or “Chamber Music for Voice”: Brahms’s Vocal Quartets and the Politics of Genre
02:00PM - 02:50PM
Presented by :
Robert Michael Anderson, University Of North Texas
02:00PM - 02:50PM
Webinar 4
Radio in 20th-century America
Track : AMS
Speakers
Alexandra Krawetz, Yale University
Rika Asai, University Of Pittsburgh
Mary Simonson, Colgate University
The Safety and Hazard of Music: Value and Children’s Music in Interwar America
02:00PM - 02:50PM
Presented by :
Alexandra Krawetz, Yale University
Made in USA: Music, Radio Drama, and the Kitsch Aesthetic
02:00PM - 02:50PM
Presented by :
Rika Asai, University Of Pittsburgh
"Orchestra By Radio": American Film Presentation and Wireless Technology in the early 1920s
02:00PM - 02:50PM
Presented by :
Mary Simonson, Colgate University
02:00PM - 02:50PM
Webinar 3
Voice and Race
Track : AMS
Speakers
Erin Brooks, SUNY Potsdam
Dana Gorzelany-Mostak, Georgia College
Remi Chiu, Loyola University Maryland
Kristen Turner, North Carolina State University
Trading Tapes, Visualizing Voices: Materiality, Identity, and the Metropolitan Opera Radio Broadcasts
02:00PM - 02:50PM
Presented by :
Erin Brooks, SUNY Potsdam
An American ‘Double Monster’ in Paris (1873-1874): Millie-Christine McCoy, Singing Phénomène, on Tour
02:00PM - 02:50PM
Presented by :
Remi Chiu, Loyola University Maryland
Dana Gorzelany-Mostak, Georgia College
"Creole Nightingales" and the White Voice in Jim Crow Vaudeville
02:00PM - 02:50PM
Presented by :
Kristen Turner, North Carolina State University
02:00PM - 03:30PM
SMT Plenary
Track : SMT
02:00PM - 03:50PM
Meeting Room 1
Teaching Precarity (Graduate Education Committee)
Track : AMS
Speakers
Michael Puri, University Of Virginia
Robert Pearson, Emory University
Marcus Pyle, New York University
Erika Honisch
Naomi Graber
James Q Davies, UC Berkeley
Teaching Precarity
04:00PM - 04:50PM
Presented by :
James Q Davies, UC Berkeley
Erika Honisch
Michael Puri, University Of Virginia
Naomi Graber
Robert Pearson, Emory University
Marcus Pyle, New York University
03:00PM - 03:50PM
Webinar 3
White Privilege
Track : AMS
Speakers
Andrew Kluth, Case Western Reserve University
Kendra Leonard, Silent Film Sound & Music Archive
Mikkel Vad
Payton vs. “Jazz”: Unpacking the Racialized Power Dynamics of an Instagram Meme
03:00PM - 03:50PM
Presented by :
Andrew Kluth, Case Western Reserve University
Cultural Diversity and the Musical Representation of California in Regional 1970s Television
03:00PM - 03:50PM
Presented by :
Kendra Leonard, Silent Film Sound & Music Archive
Jazz, Whiteness, and the Question of Joe Zawinul’s Soul
03:00PM - 03:50PM
Presented by :
Mikkel Vad
03:00PM - 03:50PM
Webinar 1
Music and the Environment in the 1970s
Track : AMS
Speakers
Sarah Teetsel, University At Buffalo
Jonathan Minnick, UC Davis
Christa Bentley, Oklahoma City University
Studying Score Sketches of _Music for Wilderness Lake_
03:00PM - 03:50PM
Presented by :
Sarah Teetsel, University At Buffalo
Jerry Goldsmith Goes to Space: Avant-garde Film Scores and Landscape in _Planet of the Apes_ (1968) and _Alien_ (1979)
03:00PM - 03:50PM
Presented by :
Jonathan Minnick, UC Davis
“Before the Deluge”: The No Nukes Concerts (1979) and Confessional Songs as Environmental Anthems
03:00PM - 03:50PM
Presented by :
Christa Bentley, Oklahoma City University
03:00PM - 03:50PM
Webinar 2
Performing Indigeneity
Track : AMS
Speakers
Kirstin Haag
Mark Lomanno, Albright College
Jessica Herdman, University Of Manitoba
Music, Manuscripts, and Missionaries: Villancicos in the Highlands of Early Colonial Guatemala
03:00PM - 03:50PM
Presented by :
Kirstin Haag
“Cosmic Stones: Sounding Guanche and Speculative Indigeneity in the Canary Islands”
03:00PM - 03:50PM
Presented by :
Mark Lomanno, Albright College
‘He is happening to my body’: Matriarchal Musical Politics in Early Modern Wendake
03:00PM - 03:50PM
Presented by :
Jessica Herdman, University Of Manitoba
03:00PM - 03:50PM
Webinar 5
Beyond the Femme Fatale
Track : AMS
Speakers
E. Margaret Cormier, McGill University
Jane Forner, Columbia University
Martha Schulenburg, CUNY Graduate Center
Salome as Victim: Representations of Rape and Trauma in Twenty-First-Century Productions of Strauss’s _Salome_
03:00PM - 03:50PM
Presented by :
E. Margaret Cormier, McGill University
Operatic Dystopias, Lilith's Utopia: Peter Eötvös's _Paradise Reloaded (Lilith)_ (2013)
03:00PM - 03:50PM
Presented by :
Jane Forner, Columbia University
"Those Theda Bara Eyes": The Remediation of the Vamp from Cinema to Tin Pan Alley
03:00PM - 03:50PM
Presented by :
Martha Schulenburg, CUNY Graduate Center
03:00PM - 04:50PM
Coffee Break
Track : AMS/SMT Joint Sessions | SMT | AMS
03:00PM - 05:00PM
Meeting Room 3
Exhibit Hall Open Hours
Track : AMS/SMT Joint Sessions | SMT | AMS
04:00PM - 04:50PM
Webinar 2
Chicago's Musical Scenes
Track : AMS
Speakers
Cody Norling, University Of Iowa
Alyssa Wells, University Of Michigan
Carolyn Watts, Princeton University
The Fortnightly Friends of Opera: Chicago Clubwomen and Civic Operatic Patronage
04:00PM - 04:50PM
Presented by :
Cody Norling, University Of Iowa
Banding Together Against—and for—Nazism: Bands as Cultural Brokers in Chicago’s German-American Community
04:00PM - 04:50PM
Presented by :
Alyssa Wells, University Of Michigan
_Making Music_ (and ballet) _Modern_: Chicago in the 1920s
04:00PM - 04:50PM
Presented by :
Carolyn Watts, Princeton University
04:00PM - 04:50PM
Webinar 3
Wagner's Influence(s)
Track : AMS
Speakers
Daniel Barolsky, Beloit College
Brooke McCorkle, Carleton College
Bradley Hoover, University Of Oxford
David Ferreiro Carballo, Universidad Complutense De Madrid
Performing Racism: Wagner as a Conductor and the Aesthetics of Antisemitism
04:00PM - 04:50PM
Presented by :
Daniel Barolsky, Beloit College
Gender, Japan, and _Tristan_ for Women: Takarazuka’s Wagner Adaptations
04:00PM - 04:50PM
Presented by :
Brooke McCorkle, Carleton College
On the Connection Between François Delsarte’s “Course in Applied Aesthetics” (1839-1859) and Richard Wagner’s Aesthetic Writings.
04:00PM - 04:50PM
Presented by :
Bradley Hoover, University Of Oxford
Adapting the Lyric Drama to the Spanish National Opera: Wagnerian Influence in Conrado del Campo’s _El final de don Álvaro_ (1910-1911)
04:00PM - 04:50PM
Presented by :
David Ferreiro Carballo, Universidad Complutense De Madrid
04:00PM - 04:50PM
Webinar 4
“Meaningless Excitement and Smooth Atonal Sound”: Phish at the Intersection of Music Theory and Cultural Studies
Track : AMS/SMT Joint Sessions | SMT | AMS
Speakers
Steven Reale, Youngstown State University
Heather Laurel
Jacob A Cohen
Affective Music Theory, Public Musicology, and the Construction of Phish Fan Identity
04:00PM - 04:50PM
Presented by :
Jacob A Cohen
Towards a Classification System of Improvisational Types in Phish’s Live Performances
04:00PM - 04:50PM
Presented by :
Heather Laurel
On the Persistence of Groove: Structural Fog and Jouissance in a “Split Open and Melt” Jam
04:00PM - 04:50PM
Presented by :
Steven Reale, Youngstown State University
04:00PM - 04:50PM
Meeting Room 2
AMS Board Meet and Greet 3
Track : AMS
05:00PM - 05:50PM
Webinar 1
Performance: Thunder Band
Track : AMS
05:00PM - 05:50PM
Webinar 2
Reception Histories
Track : AMS
Speakers
Reuben Phillips, Institute For Advanced Studies In The Humanities, University Of Edinburgh
Steven Baur, Dalhousie University
Heather De Savage, Central Connecticut State University
Handling Tovey's Bach
05:00PM - 05:50PM
Presented by :
Reuben Phillips, Institute For Advanced Studies In The Humanities, University Of Edinburgh
Gottschalk's Grooves
05:00PM - 05:50PM
Presented by :
Steven Baur, Dalhousie University
Before and After Debussy: American Responses to Gabriel Fauré’s _Pelléas et Mélisande_, Boston and New York, 1902–1912
05:00PM - 05:50PM
Presented by :
Heather De Savage, Central Connecticut State University
05:00PM - 05:50PM
Webinar 3
Musical Labor in the 19th Century
Track : AMS
Speakers
Pamela Potter, University Of Wisconsin-Madison
Peter Mondelli, University Of North Texas
The Making of a Music Metropolis: Berlin Before 1900
05:00PM - 05:50PM
Presented by :
Pamela Potter, University Of Wisconsin-Madison
Richard Wagner, Maurice Schlesinger, and the Labor of Music Publishing
05:00PM - 05:50PM
Presented by :
Peter Mondelli, University Of North Texas
05:00PM - 05:50PM
Webinar 4
Popular Music Study Group Business Meeting (Popular Music Study Group)
Track : AMS
05:00PM - 05:50PM
Webinar 5
Music and Resistance
Track : AMS
Speakers
Anna Brashears, The Catholic University Of America
Charles E. Brewer, College Of Music, Florida State University
Emily Theobald, University Of Florida
“Now We are Dead:” Ethel Voynich’s _Epitaph in Ballad Form_ and the Aftermath of Rebellion
05:00PM - 05:50PM
Presented by :
Anna Brashears, The Catholic University Of America
“Avert th’impending Doom”: New Perspectives on William Billings’s _An Anthem, for Fast Day_ (“Mourn, mourn”).
05:00PM - 05:50PM
Presented by :
Charles E. Brewer, College Of Music, Florida State University
"The Consequences of Making it Public”: Composition, Dedication, and Dissemination of Bohdan Mazurek’s _Polnische lieder ohne worte – dedicated to Anka Kowalska_ (1982)
05:00PM - 05:50PM
Presented by :
Emily Theobald, University Of Florida
06:00PM - 07:30PM
Webinar 2
History of Music Theory Study Group Business Meeting (History of Music Theory Study Group)
Track : AMS
06:00PM - 07:30PM
Meeting Room 3
Sounding the Hong Kong Protests
Track : AMS
Speakers
Christi Jay Wells, Arizona State University
Winnie W C Lai, University Of Pennsylvania
Add Oil! (加油): Hong Kong’s Pro-Democracy Protests and Cross-Cultural Formal Play in Ram Cheung’s “Don't Retreat! (不撤不退)
06:00PM - 07:30PM
Presented by :
Christi Jay Wells, Arizona State University
“I Heard You Through the Tear Gas!”: Sound Acts in the 2019–20 Hong Kong Protests
06:00PM - 07:30PM
Presented by :
Winnie W C Lai, University Of Pennsylvania
06:00PM - 07:30PM
Webinar 5
Modulations and Intersections: Disability and the (Un)Critical Role of Music (Music and Disability AMS Study Group and SMT Interest Group)
Track : AMS/SMT Joint Sessions | SMT | AMS
Speakers
Chantal Lemire, Western University
Stefan Honisch, University Of British Columbia
Jeannette Jones, College Of The Holy Cross
Modulations and Intersections: Disability and the (Un)Critical Role of Music
06:00PM - 07:30PM
Presented by :
Jeannette Jones, College Of The Holy Cross
Stefan Honisch, University Of British Columbia
Chantal Lemire, Western University
06:00PM - 07:30PM
Webinar 1
Listen and unwind
Track : AMS/SMT Joint Sessions | SMT | AMS
06:00PM - 08:00PM
Webinar 4
From Tin Pan Alley to Paisley Park: Space and Place in Popular Music (Popular Music Study Group)
Track : AMS
Speakers
Joanna Love, University Of Richmond
Eric Charry, Wesleyan University
Anthony Harrison, Virginia Tech
Anna Gawboy, The Ohio State University
Richard Davila, Michigan State University
Christa Bentley
Andrew Flory, Carleton College
Turf Wars: Hearing Resistant Bodies at the Super Bowl
06:00PM - 08:00PM
Presented by :
Joanna Love, University Of Richmond
Mapping Rock History in Downtown New York, 1965-1975
06:00PM - 08:00PM
Presented by :
Eric Charry, Wesleyan University
I Didn’t Know They Were British: The Impacts of British Identity on Black R&B Success
06:00PM - 08:00PM
Presented by :
Anthony Harrison, Virginia Tech
Place, Race, and Space: Sun Ra’s Esoteric Geographies
06:00PM - 08:00PM
Presented by :
Anna Gawboy, The Ohio State University
Música Michicana: A Texas-Mexican Audiotopia in the Midwest
06:00PM - 08:00PM
Presented by :
Richard Davila, Michigan State University
From Tin Pan Alley to Paisley Park: Space and Place in Popular Music
06:00PM - 08:00PM
Presented by :
Andrew Flory, Carleton College
Christa Bentley
07:00PM - 08:30PM
Webinar 3
Global East Asian Music Research Study Group Business Meeting (Global East Asian Music Research Study Group)
Track : AMS
07:00PM - 08:30PM
Meeting Room 1
Hold: LGBTQ Study Group Party
Track : AMS
Day 4, 15 Nov 2020
09:00AM - 09:45AM
Meeting Room 1
Morning meditation session
Track : AMS/SMT Joint Sessions | SMT | AMS
10:00AM - 10:50AM
Webinar 1
AMS/RISM Cmte: Black Composers
Track : AMS
10:00AM - 10:50AM
Webinar 2
Music in Occupied Southern Italy
Track : AMS
Speakers
Zoey Cochran, McGill University
Nathan Reeves, Northwestern University
Elizabeth Elmi, Iowa State University
Moderators
Dinko Fabris, University Of Basilicata
Scarlatti’s Call ‘to Arms’: Resisting Spanish Rule in the Neapolitan Production of _Comodo Antonino_ (1696)
10:00AM - 10:50AM
Presented by :
Zoey Cochran, McGill University
Locating _Plebe_ Communities in Sixteenth-Century Neapolitan Song
10:00AM - 10:50AM
Presented by :
Nathan Reeves, Northwestern University
Pastoral Politics in the Lyric Song of Late-Fifteenth-Century Southern Italy
10:00AM - 10:50AM
Presented by :
Elizabeth Elmi, Iowa State University
10:00AM - 10:50AM
Webinar 3
Rehearsing Performance Practice in the 19th Century
Track : AMS
Speakers
Fabio Morabito, University Of Alberta
Nathan Dougherty, Case Western Reserve University
Claire Holden, University Of Oxford
Rehearsing the Social: Beethoven’s Late Quartets in Paris, 1825-1829
10:00AM - 10:50AM
Presented by :
Fabio Morabito, University Of Alberta
More Soul than Voice: Style, Sound, and Meaning in the Nineteenth-Century French Romance
10:00AM - 10:50AM
Presented by :
Nathan Dougherty, Case Western Reserve University
‘Every man sings for himself’: what we can learn from/about the principles and practices of 19th-century orchestral string sections
10:00AM - 10:50AM
Presented by :
Claire Holden, University Of Oxford
10:00AM - 10:50AM
Webinar 4
Trauma and Repair
Track : AMS
Speakers
Kelly St. Pierre, Wichita State University
Sebastian Wanumen Jimenez, Boston University
Ramona Gonzalez, UCLA
Trauma and the Memory of Communism in Central European Music Research
10:00AM - 10:50AM
Presented by :
Kelly St. Pierre, Wichita State University
Symbolic Reparations and Sonic Memorials: Music Gifts in Colombia’s Late Armed Conflict
10:00AM - 10:50AM
Presented by :
Sebastian Wanumen Jimenez, Boston University
_Quejío_: Flamenco Trauma Expression and Rosalía’s _El mal querer_
10:00AM - 10:50AM
Presented by :
Ramona Gonzalez, UCLA
10:00AM - 10:50AM
Webinar 5
Voice-Centered Histories
Track : AMS
Speakers
Jake Johnson, Oklahoma City University
Alec Wood
Donald Greig, Independent Scholar
Partched Fields, or Musicological Borderlands in a Season of Voice
05:00PM - 05:50PM
Presented by :
Jake Johnson, Oklahoma City University
Voice, _Viriditas_, and the Semiotic _Chora_ in Hildegard's Mystical Theology
05:00PM - 05:50PM
Presented by :
Alec Wood
“It Doesn't Want to Sound Like Voices:” Choral Voices and Film Music
05:00PM - 05:50PM
Presented by :
Donald Greig, Independent Scholar
11:00AM - 11:50AM
Webinar 1
Rethinking the History of Black Music
Track : AMS
Speakers
John Gabriel, University Of Melbourne Conservatorium Of Music
Nico Schuler, Texas State University
Dana Gooley, Brown University
S(w)inging for Hitler: African-American Jazz Musician Herb Flemming between Black and White in Nazi Germany
11:00AM - 11:50AM
Presented by :
John Gabriel, University Of Melbourne Conservatorium Of Music
Black Minstrel & Jubilee Music in the Early 1880s: Repertoire, Touring Schedules, Geography, and Forgotten Musicians
11:00AM - 11:50AM
Presented by :
Nico Schuler, Texas State University
Beyond Call and Response: Jazz and the Black Church Since the 1980s
11:00AM - 11:50AM
Presented by :
Dana Gooley, Brown University
11:00AM - 11:50AM
Webinar 2
Music and Jewish Identity
Track : AMS
Speakers
Kelsey Klotz, University Of North Carolina At Charlotte
Samantha Cooper
Ronit Seter, Jewish Music Research Centre, Jerusalem / Fairfax, VA
Negotiating Jewish Identity in Dave Brubeck’s _The Gates of Justice_
11:00AM - 11:50AM
Presented by :
Kelsey Klotz, University Of North Carolina At Charlotte
Falling off the Roof and into the Opera House: Jews, Opera, and Anxiety in Twentieth Century America
11:00AM - 11:50AM
Presented by :
Samantha Cooper
“Not a Zionist, But a Stateless Jewish Refugee”: Wolpe, Shlonsky, Seter and the Bauhaus Aesthetics in Their Music in Palestine
11:00AM - 11:50AM
Presented by :
Ronit Seter, Jewish Music Research Centre, Jerusalem / Fairfax, VA
11:00AM - 11:50AM
Webinar 4
Realism in French and Spanish Opera
Track : AMS
Speakers
Alessio Olivieri, University Of California RIVERSIDE
Catherine Ludlow, University Of Washington
Towards a Spanish Verismo Opera: Tomás Bretón’s _La Dolores_ and the Discourse on _Ópera Española_ around 1900
11:00AM - 11:50AM
Presented by :
Alessio Olivieri, University Of California RIVERSIDE
The "Everyday Truth" of Realist Operatic Set Design in Fin-de-Siècle Paris
11:00AM - 11:50AM
Presented by :
Catherine Ludlow, University Of Washington
11:00AM - 11:50AM
Webinar 5
Hardware, Software
Track : AMS
Speakers
Erik Broess, University Of Pennsylvania
Eamonn Bell, Trinity College Dublin
Landon Morrison, Harvard University
Toward a Mise en Circuit: Archiving Tone in Electric Guitar Pedals
11:00AM - 11:50AM
Presented by :
Erik Broess, University Of Pennsylvania
Subverting algorithmic policies of sonic control in Nicolas Collins’s _Broken Light_ (1992)
11:00AM - 11:50AM
Presented by :
Eamonn Bell, Trinity College Dublin
Digital Labor and the Musical Exchange Value of Max for Live Devices
11:00AM - 11:50AM
Presented by :
Landon Morrison, Harvard University
12:00 Noon - 12:50PM
Webinar 3
Rethinking Analytic Paradigms
Track : AMS
Speakers
Ana Llorens, Instituto Complutense De Ciencias Musicales
Alvaro Torrente, Universidad Complutense De Madrid
Miguel Ramirez, Eastern Mennonite University
Michael Schachter, Harvard University
Ian Lorenz, Schulich School Of Music, McGill University
Understanding Key in Eighteenth-Century Opera: Musical Practice over Dramatic Emotion
12:00 Noon - 12:50PM
Presented by :
Alvaro Torrente, Universidad Complutense De Madrid
Ana Llorens, Instituto Complutense De Ciencias Musicales
“This is the rule. Of course, I don’t compose that way”: Bruckner, Sechter, and the Theory/Practice Dichotomy
12:00 Noon - 12:50PM
Presented by :
Miguel Ramirez, Eastern Mennonite University
“Batter My Heart”: John Adams’ _Doctor Atomic_ and the Slippery Art of “Standing For”
12:00 Noon - 12:50PM
Presented by :
Michael Schachter, Harvard University
“A Marvellous Delight”: Compositional Planning and Stretto _Fuga_ in Gombert’s Magnificat _Tertii et octavi toni_
12:00 Noon - 12:50PM
Presented by :
Ian Lorenz, Schulich School Of Music, McGill University
12:00 Noon - 12:50PM
Webinar 4
Medieval Music and Women Religious
Track : AMS
Speakers
Alison Kaufman
John Glasenapp, Saint Meinrad Seminary And School Of Theology
Miriam Wendling
Trinum per trinam: Female Agency through Medieval Song
12:00 Noon - 12:50PM
Presented by :
Alison Kaufman
To Be Continued: The Long View of Cistercian Chant at the Abbey of Beaupré
12:00 Noon - 12:50PM
Presented by :
John Glasenapp, Saint Meinrad Seminary And School Of Theology
Music, Death, and Women’s Communities in Late Medieval Europe
12:00 Noon - 12:50PM
Presented by :
Miriam Wendling
12:00 Noon - 12:50PM
Webinar 5
Musical Instruments and Materiality
Track : AMS
Speakers
Jonathan Gibson, James Madison University
Kai West , University Of Michigan
Joshua DeVries
Amalya Lehmann, University Of California, Berkeley
The Grain of the Wood: HIP Discourse in an Age of Distance
12:00 Noon - 12:50PM
Presented by :
Jonathan Gibson, James Madison University
Heavy Relics: Instrument Distressing as Manufactured History
12:00 Noon - 12:50PM
Presented by :
Kai West , University Of Michigan
Joshua DeVries
_Il filo_: The Circulation of Anglo-Roman Musical Products, 1798-1832
12:00 Noon - 12:50PM
Presented by :
Amalya Lehmann, University Of California, Berkeley
12:00 Noon - 01:30PM
Webinar 1
Critical Race Lecture (Committee on Race and Ethnicity)
Track : AMS
Speakers
Farah Jasmine Griffin, Columbia University
Critical Race Lecture, presented by the Committee on Race and Ethnicity
12:00 Noon - 01:30PM
Presented by :
Farah Jasmine Griffin, Columbia University
01:00PM - 01:50PM
Webinar 3
Nostalgia Across Genres
Track : AMS
Speakers
Thomas Hanslowe
Jeff Williams
Eric Johns, University Of California, Riverside
Nostalgia and Subversion: The Musical Number in _Steven Universe_ and _Over the Garden Wall_
01:00PM - 01:50PM
Presented by :
Thomas Hanslowe
Greta Van Fleet and the Sound of the Past in Contemporary Rock
01:00PM - 01:50PM
Presented by :
Jeff Williams
“Ghostly Moans of Guitars in Exile”: Nostalgia & Nationalism in Argentine _Orquesta Típica_ Tango
01:00PM - 01:50PM
Presented by :
Eric Johns, University Of California, Riverside
01:00PM - 01:50PM
Webinar 4
Singers and Song in the Low Countries
Track : AMS
Speakers
Robert Nosow
Kaylee Simmons, Indiana University
The Extraordinary Lives of Ordinary Singers c. 1500
01:00PM - 01:50PM
Presented by :
Robert Nosow
“She sings a song of her desire” : Female Song Culture of the Dutch Republic as Represented by Gesina ter Borch
01:00PM - 01:50PM
Presented by :
Kaylee Simmons, Indiana University
02:00PM - 02:30PM
SMT Business Meeting
Track : SMT
02:00PM - 02:50PM
Webinar 1
Jazz Modernisms
Track : AMS
Speakers
Angharad Davis, Yale University
Michael Heller, University Of Pittsburgh
Irene Monteverde, University Of Pittsburgh
Modernity as Jazz Paradox: Techno-Futurist/Techno-Primitivist Aesthetics in George Antheil’s _Ballet Mécanique_
02:00PM - 02:50PM
Presented by :
Angharad Davis, Yale University
John Cage’s Silent Cudgel, Wadada Leo Smith’s Silent Shapes
02:00PM - 02:50PM
Presented by :
Michael Heller, University Of Pittsburgh
Incommensurate Erroll Garner: Rethinking Modernity and the Shape of the Jazz Canon
02:00PM - 02:50PM
Presented by :
Irene Monteverde, University Of Pittsburgh
02:00PM - 02:50PM
Webinar 2
Anti-Slavery
Track : AMS
Speakers
Nicholas Mathew, UC Berkeley
Helena Spencer, University Of North Carolina Wilmington
Julia Chybowski, University Of Wisconsin-Oshkosh
Objects, Persons, Voices: Abolitionist Song and Small Musical Things in Late Eighteenth-Century London
02:00PM - 02:50PM
Presented by :
Nicholas Mathew, UC Berkeley
Louisiana Imagined: Gender, Race, and Slavery in _Le Planteur_ (1839)
02:00PM - 02:50PM
Presented by :
Helena Spencer, University Of North Carolina Wilmington
Intertextuality in Joshua Simpson’s _Original Anti-Slavery Songs_ and the Expanding Abolition Movement in 1850s America
02:00PM - 02:50PM
Presented by :
Julia Chybowski, University Of Wisconsin-Oshkosh
02:00PM - 02:50PM
Webinar 3
Russian Transnationalisms
Track : AMS
Speakers
Adalyat Issiyeva, Schulich School Of Music, McGill University
Patrick Domico, Indiana University
John Winzenburg, Hong Kong Baptist University
Jamie Blake, University Of North Carolina At Chapel Hill
Voiceless Ethnic Minorities: Representing Taranchis at Ethnographic Concerts
02:00PM - 02:50PM
Presented by :
Adalyat Issiyeva, Schulich School Of Music, McGill University
The Politics of Russian Music Abroad: Resisting Modernism in Medtner and Ilyin
02:00PM - 02:50PM
Presented by :
Patrick Domico, Indiana University
Interculturality in the ‘Eurasian’ Compositions of Alexander Tcherepnin and Aaron Avshalomov
02:00PM - 02:50PM
Presented by :
John Winzenburg, Hong Kong Baptist University
A Transnational Space for a Modern Musical Russia: The Russian Symphony Society of New York
02:00PM - 02:50PM
Presented by :
Jamie Blake, University Of North Carolina At Chapel Hill
02:00PM - 02:50PM
Webinar 4
Castrati in Context
Track : AMS
Speakers
Katelyn Clark, University Of British Columbia
Bruce Brown, University Of Southern California
The _gargarismi_ of Lazzaro Paoli: Singing, Pharmacology, and Castration in Eighteenth-Century Tuscany
02:00PM - 02:50PM
Presented by :
Bruce Brown, University Of Southern California
The Merit of Novelty: Castrato Pachierrotti as Haydn’s Princess Ariadne (London, 1791)
02:00PM - 02:50PM
Presented by :
Katelyn Clark, University Of British Columbia
02:00PM - 03:30PM
Meeting Room 2
HOLD: GEC Reception
Track : AMS
02:00PM - 03:30PM
Webinar 5
The Sound Object and Music Media (AMS Music and Media Study Group / SMT Film and Multimedia Interest Group
Track : AMS/SMT Joint Sessions | SMT | AMS
Speakers
Christina Baade, McMaster University
Maria Zuazu, Queen's College, CUNY
Erik Broess, Penn
Landon Morrison, Harvard University
Ryan Bunch, Rutgers-Camden
Kate Galloway, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
Victoria Aschheim, Dartmouth
Moderators
Kate Galloway, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
Katherine Reed
Julianne Grasso
Reba Wissner, Columbus State University
William O'Hara
The Sound Object and Music Media
02:00PM - 03:30PM
Presented by :
Kate Galloway, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
Reba Wissner, Columbus State University
Katherine Reed
Julianne Grasso
William O'Hara
Christina Baade, McMaster University
Erik Broess, Penn
Landon Morrison, Harvard University
Ryan Bunch, Rutgers-Camden
Maria Zuazu, Queen's College, CUNY
Victoria Aschheim, Dartmouth
02:30PM - 03:00PM
SMT Awards Presentation
Track : SMT
03:00PM - 03:50PM
Webinar 1
Sexuality Onstage
Track : AMS
Speakers
Axel Englund, Stockholm University
Blake Taylor, University Of Connecticut
Amanda Eubanks Winkler, Syracuse University
Perverting Performance: BDSM on the Opera Stage
03:00PM - 03:50PM
Presented by :
Axel Englund, Stockholm University
"Uncovering" _Susanna_: Lukács, Lacan, and Phallic Essence in Weimar Opera
03:00PM - 03:50PM
Presented by :
Blake Taylor, University Of Connecticut
"Singing about Sex(uality) in Lloyd Webber’s Musicals"
03:00PM - 03:50PM
Presented by :
Amanda Eubanks Winkler, Syracuse University
03:00PM - 03:50PM
Webinar 2
Music and Migration
Track : AMS
Speakers
Tom Marks
Jeremy Frusco, University Of Florida
Elaine Fitz Gibbon
Feeling Exile and Singing Migration: Music and Spiritual Pilgrimage in Central Europe during the Era of Re-Catholicization (ca. 1598–1648)
03:00PM - 03:50PM
Presented by :
Tom Marks
Empathy, Migration, and Child Subjects in Italian Rapper Ghali's "Cara Italia"
03:00PM - 03:50PM
Presented by :
Jeremy Frusco, University Of Florida
Beethoven Returns to Bonn: Misuse, Memorialization, and Migration in Mauricio Kagel’s _Ludwig van_ (1969)
03:00PM - 03:50PM
Presented by :
Elaine Fitz Gibbon
03:00PM - 03:50PM
Webinar 3
The Varieties of Spirituality
Track : AMS
Speakers
Megan Sarno, University Of Texas At Arlington
Christoher Ruth, Shenandoah Conservatory
Codee Spinner, University Of Pittsburgh
The Musical Unconscious Reconsidered in Bazaillas, Debussy, and Boulanger
03:00PM - 03:50PM
Presented by :
Megan Sarno, University Of Texas At Arlington
Spirituality and the Fugal Topos: Contrapuntal Signification in the Dramatic Works of Robert Schumann
03:00PM - 03:50PM
Presented by :
Christoher Ruth, Shenandoah Conservatory
Ghostly Summer Camp: A Soundscape Study
03:00PM - 03:50PM
Presented by :
Codee Spinner, University Of Pittsburgh
03:00PM - 03:50PM
Webinar 4
New Organology, Old Music
Track : AMS
Speakers
Samuel Dorf, University Of Dayton
Caleb Mutch, Max Planck Institute For Empirical Aesthetics
Rock Music Reconsidered: Extreme Early Music and Upper Paleolithic Musical Fantasies in _The Cave of Forgotten Dreams _(2011).
03:00PM - 03:50PM
Presented by :
Samuel Dorf, University Of Dayton
Against the Monochord: Numbers, String Lengths, and the History of Music Theory
03:00PM - 03:50PM
Presented by :
Caleb Mutch, Max Planck Institute For Empirical Aesthetics
03:00PM - 04:50PM
Coffee Break
Track : AMS/SMT Joint Sessions | SMT | AMS
03:00PM - 05:00PM
Meeting Room 3
Exhibit Hall Open Hours
Track : AMS/SMT Joint Sessions | SMT | AMS
04:00PM - 04:50PM
Webinar 2
Sight and Sound
Track : AMS
Speakers
Henry Balme, Yale University
Jane Hatter
Lesley Hughes, University Of Wisconsin-Platteville
Rhapsodies of Color and Sound: Choreography in the Visual Music Films of Mary Ellen Bute
04:00PM - 04:50PM
Presented by :
Henry Balme, Yale University
Musical Time, Sexuality, and Mortality in Two Diptychs by Hans Baldung Grien
04:00PM - 04:50PM
Presented by :
Jane Hatter
"A German Opera for the German People": Altarpieces and Accommodation in Paul Hindemith's _Mathis der Maler_
04:00PM - 04:50PM
Presented by :
Lesley Hughes, University Of Wisconsin-Platteville
04:00PM - 04:50PM
Webinar 3
Music and Somatic Practice
Track : AMS
Speakers
John Kapusta
Michael Bennett, University Of Washington
Ivan Raykoff, The New School
Sonny Rollins, yogi
04:00PM - 04:50PM
Presented by :
John Kapusta
Embodied Spirituality in Meredith Monk’s _Atlas_
04:00PM - 04:50PM
Presented by :
Michael Bennett, University Of Washington
_Sotto voce_: S(t)imulating Intimacy in ASMR Music
04:00PM - 04:50PM
Presented by :
Ivan Raykoff, The New School
04:00PM - 04:50PM
Webinar 4
Global Musical Flows across the Centuries
Track : AMS
Speakers
William Gibbons, Texas Christian University
Bradley Shope, Kutztown University
David Irving, CREA & Institució Milà I Fontanals De Recerca En Humanitats-CSIC
Open Worlds: Globalization, Localization, and Video Game Music
04:00PM - 04:50PM
Presented by :
William Gibbons, Texas Christian University
Managing Agencies, Intercolonial Telegraphs, and Intercontinental Steamers: The Business of Western Music in India, 1800s
04:00PM - 04:50PM
Presented by :
Bradley Shope, Kutztown University
Did “European Music” Exist before the 1680s? Deconstructing an Assumed Category, from a Global History Perspective
04:00PM - 04:50PM
Presented by :
David Irving, CREA & Institució Milà I Fontanals De Recerca En Humanitats-CSIC
04:00PM - 04:50PM
Webinar 5
Practicing Theory in the 14th Century
Track : AMS
Speakers
Henry Burnam, Yale University
Anna Zayaruznaya, Yale University
Philippa Ovenden, Yale University
Contradictory Perspectives in Machaut’s Motet 5: Mensuration, Materia, Sonority
04:00PM - 04:50PM
Presented by :
Henry Burnam, Yale University
Vitriacan Practice as Theory
04:00PM - 04:50PM
Presented by :
Anna Zayaruznaya, Yale University
Music as a Mirror to Reality: Johannes Vetulus de Anagnia’s Book About Music
04:00PM - 04:50PM
Presented by :
Philippa Ovenden, Yale University
04:00PM - 04:50PM
Meeting Room 1
AMS Board Meet and Greet 4
04:00PM - 05:30PM
Meeting Room 2
Towards a More Humane (American Musicological) Society: A Community Reading of Berg and Seeber's The Slow Professor: Challenging the Culture of Speed in the Academy (Committee on Women and Gender)
Track : AMS
Speakers
Caitlin Schmid
Gregory Brown
Rehanna Kheshgi, St. Olaf College
Tamara Levitz
Samantha Bassler, New York University And Rutgers University At Newark
Elisa Corona Aguilar
Emily Richmond Pollock
Stephanie Jensen-Moulton
Towards a More Humane (American Musicological) Society: A Community Reading of Berg and Seeber’s The Slow Professor: Challenging the Culture of Speed in the Academy
04:00PM - 04:50PM
Presented by :
Stephanie Jensen-Moulton
Emily Richmond Pollock
Samantha Bassler, New York University And Rutgers University At Newark
Gregory Brown
Elisa Corona Aguilar
Rehanna Kheshgi, St. Olaf College
Tamara Levitz
Caitlin Schmid
05:00PM - 05:50PM
Webinar 1
Substantial Similarity and the Role of Forensic Musicology in Music Copyright Litigation
Track : AMS/SMT Joint Sessions | SMT | AMS
Speakers
Katherine Leo, Millikin University
Alexander Stewart, University Of Vermont
Devin Chaloux, Indiana University
Dana DeVlieger, Northwestern University Pritzker School Of Law
André Redwood, SUNY, Albany
Can You Copyright a Chord Progression?: Evaluating Harmonic Similarity in Federal Copyright Litigation
05:00PM - 05:50PM
Presented by :
Katherine Leo, Millikin University
Melody, “Beats,” and Minimalism: Copyright in Contemporary Popular Music
05:00PM - 05:50PM
Presented by :
Alexander Stewart, University Of Vermont
When Analysis Is Performance, What Ethical Guidelines Must Forensic Musicologists Consider?
05:00PM - 05:50PM
Presented by :
Devin Chaloux, Indiana University
Searching for Similarity: Confirmation Bias in Partisan Forensic Musicology
05:00PM - 05:50PM
Presented by :
Dana DeVlieger, Northwestern University Pritzker School Of Law
Sharp Contrasts on "Blurred Lines": _Williams v. Gaye_ and a Clash of _Amici_
05:00PM - 05:50PM
Presented by :
André Redwood, SUNY, Albany
05:00PM - 05:50PM
Webinar 5
Performing Identity in Popular Song
Track : AMS
Speakers
Jon Bullock, University Of Chicago
Shaun Hillen, Arizona State University, Tempe
Ya-Hui Cheng, University Of South Florida
The Color of Home: Difference and the Politics of Belonging in Kurdish Popular Music
05:00PM - 05:50PM
Presented by :
Jon Bullock, University Of Chicago
Victor Tsoi’s “_Kukushka_”: Ideological Transformation and Russian Geopolitics in Post-Soviet Popular Music
05:00PM - 05:50PM
Presented by :
Shaun Hillen, Arizona State University, Tempe
Identity and Intimacy in Chinese Idols
05:00PM - 05:50PM
Presented by :
Ya-Hui Cheng, University Of South Florida
05:00PM - 05:50PM
Webinar 2
Africa and Empire
Track : AMS
Speakers
Christopher Campo-Bowen, Virginia Tech
Samuel Llano, University Of Manchester
Villages, Czech and African: Music, Exhibitions, and Ethnoracial Hierarchies in Late Nineteenth-Century Prague
05:00PM - 05:50PM
Presented by :
Christopher Campo-Bowen, Virginia Tech
Sounding Trans-Gibraltar: The Making of the Mediterranean Border in colonial Morocco (1912-1956)
05:00PM - 05:50PM
Presented by :
Samuel Llano, University Of Manchester
05:00PM - 05:50PM
Webinar 3
Transnational Operatic Networks
Track : AMS
Speakers
Erica Levenson, SUNY Potsdam
Carlo Lanfossi, University Of Milan, Italy
Francesco Milella, University Of Cambridge
Beth E. Levy, Univ Of California, Davis
Unpacking Harlequin’s Suitcase: Transnationalism in Early Eighteenth-Century Comic Opera
05:00PM - 05:50PM
Presented by :
Erica Levenson, SUNY Potsdam
Specters of Empires, Empires of Specters: Operatic Afterlives in Early Modern Milan
05:00PM - 05:50PM
Presented by :
Carlo Lanfossi, University Of Milan, Italy
Identity and otherness on stage: Italian opera and Manuel García in Postcolonial Mexico (1827-1829)
05:00PM - 05:50PM
Presented by :
Francesco Milella, University Of Cambridge
From the Redwoods to the Riviera: The Bohemian History of Joseph Redding’s _Fay-Yen-Fah_
05:00PM - 05:50PM
Presented by :
Beth E. Levy, Univ Of California, Davis
05:00PM - 06:30PM
Meeting Room 1
Imagine PhD: Workshop on a Career Development Tool for Humanists (CCRI Workshop)
Track : AMS
Speakers
Robert Pearson, Emory University
Danielle Fosler-Lussier, Ohio State University
Imagine PhD: Workshop on a Career Development Tool for Humanists
05:00PM - 06:30PM
Presented by :
Robert Pearson, Emory University
Danielle Fosler-Lussier, Ohio State University
06:00PM - 07:30PM
Webinar 2
Organology Study Group Reading Discussion (Reading Group on Organology)
Track : AMS
Speakers
Matt Zeller
Lidia Chang
Organology Study Group Reading Discussion
06:00PM - 07:30PM
Presented by :
Lidia Chang
Matt Zeller
06:00PM - 07:30PM
Webinar 3
New Directions in Queer Music Scholarship (LGBTQ Study Group)
Track : AMS
Speakers
Co-Chairs Of The AMS LGBTQ Study Group
Ryan Dohoney
Corner Politics: The Queer Coalitional Politics of Miles Davis, Elliott Powell (University of Minnesota)
06:00PM - 07:30PM
Presented by :
Co-Chairs Of The AMS LGBTQ Study Group
Ryan Dohoney
06:00PM - 07:30PM
Webinar 5
Childhood and Youth Study Group Business Meeting (Childhood and Youth Study Group)
Track : AMS
Speakers
Ryan Bunch, Rutgers-Camden
Sarah Tomlinson
Childhood and Youth Study Group Business Meeting
06:00PM - 07:30PM
Presented by :
Ryan Bunch, Rutgers-Camden
Sarah Tomlinson
06:00PM - 08:00PM
Webinar 1
Listen and unwind
Track : AMS/SMT Joint Sessions | SMT | AMS
06:00PM - 08:30PM
Webinar 4
“Pedagogy for the Public: Using Social Media Strategies to Create Understanding and Engagement,” a joint session of the SMT Pedagogy Interest Group and the AMS Pedagogy Study Group
Track : AMS/SMT Joint Sessions | SMT | AMS
Speakers
Andrew Granade, University Of Missouri-Kansas City
David Thurmaier, University Of Missouri-Kansas City
Kristin Marie Franseen, University Of Ottawa
Malia Jade Roberson, California State University, Channel Islands And Pomona College
Stephen Gomez-Peck, The Graduate Center, CUNY
Samuel Teeple
Aaron Grant, Missouri Western State University
Alex Ludwig, Berklee School Of Music
Kent Cleland, Baldwin Wallace University
Toby Rush, University Of Dayton
Moderators
Leigh VanHandel, University Of British Columbia
Matthew Baumer, Indiana University Of Pennsylvania
Pedagogy for the Public: Using Social Media Strategies to Create Understanding and Engagement
06:00PM - 08:30PM
Presented by :
Aaron Grant, Missouri Western State University
Alex Ludwig, Berklee School Of Music
Kent Cleland, Baldwin Wallace University
Toby Rush, University Of Dayton
Andrew Granade, University Of Missouri-Kansas City
David Thurmaier, University Of Missouri-Kansas City
Kristin Marie Franseen, University Of Ottawa
Malia Jade Roberson, California State University, Channel Islands And Pomona College
Stephen Gomez-Peck, The Graduate Center, CUNY
Samuel Teeple
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