I’ll be at the SCRC conference at UT-Austin in the Glickman Conference Center on Thursday, April 19 and Friday, April 20. On Friday I’ll be talking about “Shakespeare and Music in Silent Cinema” at 10 am in room 1.302 (Glickman Center). My presentation will include an audio-visual reconstruction of Rhode Island cinema musician Frederick J. […]
Many of you are familiar with the idea of the Privilege Walk, in which a mediator reads statements relating to privilege and asks participants to step forward or backwards to indicate their relative positions in society as defined through those privileges. A sample with many common statements can be found here. A Privilege Walk is, […]
Upcoming events: March 22-26: Society for American Music annual meeting, Montreal. I’ll be chairing Session 1C: Modernism Revisited, 8:30-10:00 a.m. on Thursday, 23 March; co-chairing the Public Relations committee meeting Friday morning; and will be at the Scholar Meet-and-Greet sponsored by the SAM Student Forum on Friday or Saturday during the morning breaks–possibly both. April 1: AMS-SW […]
My article on music in Two Noble Kinsmen and a blog post about writing the article are now up on Cerae: http://openjournals.arts.uwa.edu.au/index.php/cerae/article/view/57/124 (article); https://ceraejournal.com/2017/01/25/listening-to-the-gaolers-daughter/ (blog post).
I am honored to announce that I’ve been awarded the Rudolph Ganz Long-Term Fellowship from the Newberry Library in Chicago. This Fellowship will enable me to spend six months at the Library with a cohort of nine other fellows. My research will be for my current large-scale project, “Women at the Pedals: Female Musicians in […]
I’ll be giving a talk on “Music for Early Film at the Ransom Center” at the Butler School of Music at the University of Texas at Austin in the Musicology Lecture Series on 17 February 2017 at 2:00 p.m. in Music Recital Hall (MRH) 2.634. The Harry C. Ransom Center is home to more than 27,000 pieces of […]
Thank you to Duke University, its musicology department, and especially its graduate students for inviting me to talk on Friday, January 13. I have posted the entire text of the lecture and slides as PDFs on my Presentations page for free download. #MakeMusicologyBetter!
I’m the guest of honor on Episode 9 of Carolina Shout by Ethan Uslan, old-time pianist extraordinaire, talking about music in the Silent Film Sound & Music Archive and the 25 pieces that Ethan recorded for SFSMA thanks to a grant from the Society for American Music.
I’m happy to see this meeting taking place, and equally happy that people will be able to participate anonymously. I raised the possibility of using Twitter during the session for those of us who can’t make it, and to facilitate real-time responses to the conversation. Here’s my original email and the AMS’s reply, via George […]