You are warmly invited to attend a presentation of senior thesis projects completed by graduating Barnard College Music/Ethnomusicology majors Esther Adams, Anna Koeck Ehrman, Jenny Payne, Gen Ambrose, and Delaney Ross.
Featuring five 20-minute oral presentations, the event will occur on
THURSDAY MAY 12
4:15 to 6:15PM
701C Dodge Hall, The Center for Ethnomusicology
Reception to Follow
We are very proud of our thesis-writing students and encourage you to come and hear about their diverse and fascinating research projects.
The presentations will be in the order below; if you are unable to attend the entire event you are welcome to drop in and out.
4:15-4:35PM Esther Adams — "A Naïve Mélange:" Examining Racialized Properties of Sound in Harry Lawrence Freeman’s "Jazz Opera” Voodoo
4:40-5:00PM Anna Koeck Ehrman — The Colonial Legacy of the Ethnomusicological Archive: An Exploration of ILAM’s African Music Repatriation Project
5:05-5:25PM Jenny Payne — Now Let's Get in Formation: the Personal and Political of "Beyoncé feminism"
5:30-5:50PM Genevieve Ambrose — Wizard Rock Heartthrobs: Power, Gender and Economics in Harry Potter Musical Fandom
5:55-6:15PM Delaney Ross — Our Hawai'i: Environmental Protest Music on the Big Island of Hawai’i
For information contact Prof Fox, email@example.com