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Read more at: Colloquium: Dr. Maiko Kawabata

Colloquium: Dr. Maiko Kawabata

Wednesday, 25 May, 2022 - 17:00

The New “Yellow Peril” in Western European Symphony Orchestras How pervasive is anti-East-Asian racism in professional symphony orchestras in Western Europe? In this talk, Dr. Maiko Kawabata will present findings from her recent ethnographic study based on interviews with ethnically Chinese, Japanese, Korean, and Taiwanese...


Read more at: Colloquium: Dr Alisha Lola Jones

Colloquium: Dr Alisha Lola Jones

Wednesday, 18 May, 2022 - 17:00

Ultrasonic Tastemakers: Towards a Critical Gastromusicology Across African American music genres, artists have linked their musical and gustatory prowess to transport their fanbase on a multi-sensory journey, particularly in the resonance found through the overlapping development of "soul food" and "soul music" cultures...


Read more at: CANCELLED - Colloquium: Dr. Mary Caton Lingold

CANCELLED - Colloquium: Dr. Mary Caton Lingold

Wednesday, 4 May, 2022 - 17:00

Sonic Artifacts, African Music, and the Atlantic World


Read more at: Colloquium: Dr. Laura Vasilyeva (formerly Protano-Biggs)

Colloquium: Dr. Laura Vasilyeva (formerly Protano-Biggs)

Wednesday, 27 April, 2022 - 17:00

Architectural Surfaces and the Politics of Colour at the Teatro all’italiana


Read more at: Colloquium: Dr. David Andrés Fernández, Universidad Complutense de Madrid

Colloquium: Dr. David Andrés Fernández, Universidad Complutense de Madrid

Wednesday, 16 March, 2022 - 17:00

Processional Chant in Late Medieval and Early Modern Iberia: Space, Music, and History at the Cathedral of Saragossa Between 1592 and 1598, Diego de Espés (c1531-1602) finished the first draft of his History of the Metropolitan Church of Saragossa. Espés, apart from being an historian, was a portion beneficiary and...


Read more at: Colloquium: Dr. Adam Cathcart, University of Leeds

Colloquium: Dr. Adam Cathcart, University of Leeds

Wednesday, 9 March, 2022 - 17:00

Defending the Island: On North Korean Film Music This paper traces the evolution of film music composition in North Korea through three films dealing with the Korean War: “Young Partisans” (1951), “Wolmi Island” (1982), and “Meet in Pyongyang” (2012). The outer two films allow for framing of North Korena cinema and...


Read more at: Colloquium: Dr. Alana Mailes, University of Cambridge

Colloquium: Dr. Alana Mailes, University of Cambridge

Wednesday, 2 March, 2022 - 17:00

"Such Wine, such Women, such Musick”: Stuart Diplomats and the Siren Song of Italian Courtesans


Read more at: Colloquium: Dr. Anna Bull, University of York

Colloquium: Dr. Anna Bull, University of York

Wednesday, 23 February, 2022 - 17:00

‘The Music Lab’: Embedding youth voice within instrumental classical music education Despite decades of policy and practice interventions towards supporting young people’s voices in education more widely, instrumental classical music education has not tended to adopt a youth voice perspective. However, music education...


Read more at: Colloquium: Dr. Renee Timmers, University of Sheffield

Colloquium: Dr. Renee Timmers, University of Sheffield

Wednesday, 11 May, 2022 - 17:00

An embodied and cross-cultural perspective on aesthetic emotions in music Whether aesthetic emotions are distinctive from emotions experienced in everyday non-aesthetic contexts is argued for and disputed on various grounds. Indeed, both differences and similarities are relevant: whilst not categorically different...


Read more at: Colloquium: Dr. Erin Johnson-Williams, Durham University

Colloquium: Dr. Erin Johnson-Williams, Durham University

Wednesday, 9 February, 2022 - 17:00

Sounding Incarceration: The Colonial Hymn as Biopolitics This paper considers the colonial hymn as a means of negotiating biopolitical strategies of control in the concentration camps of the South African War (1899–1902). In these spaces of enforced ‘congregating’, communal hymn singing emerged as a form of theological and...