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William Cheng: "...But the Nazis Love(d) Music, Too" (Colloquium Talk, Fri 4/19, 4pm)

Event Start: 
Fri, 04/19/2019 - 4:00pm
Location: 
620 Dodge Hall, Dept. of Music, Columbia Morningside Campus @116th and Broadway

The Center for Ethnomusicology, in collaboration with the Department of Music Colloquium Series in Musicology and Music Theory, presents a talk by:

Prof. William Cheng 
Associate Professor of Music at Dartmouth College

" ...But the Nazis Love(d) Music, Too." 

About how obvious such conventional wisdom 
sounds, yet how the wisdom remains --feels-- sufficiently unobvious as to merit repeated articulation in academia and pop culture alike.

Friday April 19, 2019
4:00PM-6:00PM EST
620 Dodge Hall, Columbia University
(Broadway at 116th St.)
Free and Open to the Public -- Reception to Follow 
For accommodations or further information contact: aaf19 @ columbia. edu

William Cheng
is an Associate Professor of Music at Dartmouth College. He's a founding coeditor of University of Michigan's Music & Social Justice series, and the author of Sound Play: Video Games and the Musical Imagination (Oxford, 2014), Just Vibrations: The Purpose of Sounding Good (Michigan, 2016), and Loving Music Till It Hurts (Oxford, forthcoming 2019).
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