Musicology Department

Colloquium

Musicology Department Colloquium Series

Fridays, 12:30-1:30 PM, M267

 
Fall 2019
  • August 30: Katherine Altizer, “‘Sing Out For Him!’: Rendering Cetaceans and Whalers in Sonic Adaptations of Herman Melville’s Moby Dick
  • September 6: Andrew Barrett, “Shared Visions of the Eternal: Joaquín Rodrigo’s Fantasía para un gentilhombre and Francoist Spain”
  • September 13: Chelsey Belt, “Remembering the Sound of the Lira da Braccio in the Seventeenth Century”
  • September 20: Daniel R. Melamed, “Rethinking Bach Codes”
  • September 27: Professional Development Series: “Navigating the Musicology Academic Job Market” (Elmi, Rogers, Zanovello)
  • October 4: Jillian Rogers, “The Importance of Being Pleasing: Laughter as a Salve for Trauma in Jean Cocteau's Interwar Musical Theater Productions”
  • October 11: Giovanni Zanovello, “Singing, Writing, and Printing Songs in North-Eastern Italy in the Fifteenth Century”
  • October 18: Fall Break, no colloquium
  • October 25: Professional Development Series: “Graduate Life After Coursework”
  • November 1: AMS in Boston, no colloquium
  • November 8: Sergio Ospina Romero, “Lucho Bermúdez and the Jazz Age in the Caribbean”
  • November 15: Alex Reed (Ithaca College), “Gender and Genre in Laurie Anderson’s Big Science
  • November 22No colloquium
  • November 29: Thanksgiving Break, no colloquium
  • December 7: Elizabeth Elmi, “Pastoral Politics in the Lyric Song of Late-Fifteenth-Century Southern Italy”
  • December 13No colloquium

 

Colloquium Talks from Previous Years