Lectures in Musicology is co-sponsored by The Ohio State University Libraries.
Lectures will begin at 4 p.m. in the 18th Avenue Library (second floor, Music/Dance Library, Room 205), 175 West 18th Ave., unless otherwise noted. These events are FREE and open to the public.
Abstracts and Speakers
Blues In the Black Pacific: Afro-Indigenous Alliance, American Empire, and Global Music History. Gabriel Solis, University of Illinois.
Listening as a Contact Zone in the Jesuit Relations: A Global History Approach. Olivia Bloechl, University of Pittsburgh.
- The above lectures are sponsored by the Global Arts + Humanities Discovery Theme of Migration, Mobility and Immobility and the Department of Comparative Studies.
Dance Folklore, Stages and Politics: Slovenian Contexts. Rebeka Kunej, Research Centre of the Slovenian Academy of Sciences and Arts.
- This lecture is co-sponsored by the Slovene Research Initiative.
Tuesday, October 15 • 4–6 p.m. • Martin Luther King Jr. Room, Hale Black Cultural Center
Four Women: The Diasporic Art of Josette Bushell-Mingo. Josette Bushell-Mingo, Stockholm University of the Arts.
- This lecture is sponsored by the Global Arts + Humanities Discovery Theme of Migration, Mobility and Immobility. Co-sponsors: Hale Black Cultural Center, Department of African American and African Studies, School of Music, Department of Theater.
Mormons, Musical Theater, and Belonging in America. Jake Johnson, Oklahoma City University.
- This lecture is co-sponsored by the American Religious Sounds Project, the Center for the Study of Religion, and The Ohio State University Libraries.
Spring 2019 Series
- 2/4/19: “Maybe If I’d Stayed”: Appalachian Outmigration, Narratives of Loss, and Nate May’s Dust in the Bottomland. Travis Stimeling, West Virginia University. Lecture co-sponsored by University Libraries and the Center for Folklore Studies.
- 2/11/19 — The William A. Hammond Lecture on the American Tradition: In a Woman’s Voice: Musical Readings by Women Composers, a lecture-recital. Marian Wilson Kimber and Natalie Landowski. Lecture, funded by the College, sponsored by The William A. Hammond Lecture on the American Tradition.
- 2/25/19: Distant Reading as Process: On the Use (and Misuse) of Corpus Studies. Daniel Shanahan, theory/music cognition, The Ohio State University School of Music.
- 3/4/19: Mahler's Symphonic Modelings of Death. Arved Ashby, musicology, Ohio State.
- 3/18/19: How Does Music Feel? Tactile Listening from Sound Art to Live Performance. Ivan Raykoff, Eugene Lang College for Liberal Arts at The New School, New York.
- 4/1/19: Forgetting Out Loud: Musical Flag Convoys and Affective Non-Memorials of Violence at Croatian Weddings. Ian MacMillen, Oberlin College & Conservatory.
- 4/15/19: How Does Music Change our Experience of Time and Space? Yong Jeon Cheong, doctoral candidate in cognitive ethnomusicology, Ohio State.
- Reprise Lectures in Music Series. David Huron, theory/music cognition, Ohio State.