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Colloquia Lent Term 2009

Wednesday January 21st
Jim Samson (Royal Holloway, University of London)
Little Stories from the Balkans

Wednesday January 28th
Pierpaolo Polzonetti (University of Notre Dame)
Haydn and the American Revolution

Wednesday February 4th
Bennett Zon (University of Durham)
From Great Man to Fittest Survivor: Reputation, Recapitulation and Survival in Victorian concepts of Wagner’s Genius

Monday February 9th
Gary Tomlinson (University of Pennsylvania)
Donald Wort Lecture Series 1: Music 1,000,000 Years Out: What Stone Tools Tell Us

Wednesday February 11th
Gary Tomlinson (University of Pennsylvania)
Donald Wort Lecture Series 2: Music 500,000 Years Out: Discourse vs. Protolanguage

Wednesday February 18th
Nicole Panizza (Royal College of Music, London)
“Reading in the Dark”: Emily Dickinson and the art of musical interpretation

Wednesday February 25th
Valeria de Lucca (CRASSH)
Of Patrons and Venetian Theatres: The Colonnas’ Patronage of Singers and the Story of the Wandering Alcasta

Wednesday March 4th
Alan Davison (Otago University, New Zealand)
Portraits of Musicians in London in the 1790s: Iconography as Reception

Monday March 9th
Gary Tomlinson (University of Pennsylvania)
Donald Wort Lecture Series 3: Music 100,000 Years Out: Hierarchy and Combinatoriality

Wednesday March 11th
Gary Tomlinson (University of Pennsylvania)
Donald Wort Lecture Series 4: Music 40,000 Years Out: Thinking at a Distance and Modernity

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