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Revolutions in Sound Symposium

Revolutions in Sound Symposium

Revolutions in Sound Symposium

School of Theatre, Dance, and Performance Studies Friday, February 28, 2020 9:00 am-5:00 pm The Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center, Cafritz Foundation Theatre

The Revolutions in Sound symposium is a public humanities event and publication seminar bringing together scholars from across the Americas examining how black and brown, LGBTQ+, indigenous, and crip communities instrumentalize sound in service of resistance, survivance, and radical world making. 

Keynote speakers: 

  • Christine Bacareza Balance (Associate Professor; Media & Performing Arts; Asian American Studies Program; Cornell University)
  • Alexandra Vazquez (Associate Professor; Tisch School of the Arts; New York University)

Panelists:

  • Eddy Alvarez Jr. (Assistant Professor; Portland State University)
  • Masi Asare (Assistant Professor; Northwestern University)
  • Danielle Bainbridge (Assistant Professor; Northwestern University)
  • Iris Blake (PhD Candidate; UC Riverside)
  • Karen Jaime (Assistant Professor; Cornell University) 
  • Megan Johnson (PhD Candidate; York University)
  • Kristin Moriah (Assistant Professor; Queen's University)
  • Julie Beth Napolin (Assistant Professor; The New School)
  • Aidan Pang (PhD Candidate; University of Oregon)
  • Jade Power Sotomayor (Assistant Professor; UC San Diego)
  • Dylan Robinson (Canada Research Chair in Indigenous Arts; Queen's University Canada)
  • Shayna Silverstein (Assistant Professor; Northwestern University)
  • Katelyn Hale Wood (Assistant Professor; University of Virginia)

Register for the symposium here.

Revolutions in Sound is generously supported by The American Society for Theatre Research, The Dean of Arts & Sciences at the University of Richmond, The UMD Office of Diversity & Inclusion, The Office of the Provost, The Office of Undergraduate Studies, The College of Arts & Humanities, The Graduate School Office of Diversity & Inclusion, The School of Music, The Department of American Studies, and the School of Theatre, Dance & Performance Studies.

Add to Calendar 02/28/20 9:00 AM 02/28/20 5:00 PM America/New_York Revolutions in Sound Symposium

The Revolutions in Sound symposium is a public humanities event and publication seminar bringing together scholars from across the Americas examining how black and brown, LGBTQ+, indigenous, and crip communities instrumentalize sound in service of resistance, survivance, and radical world making. 

Keynote speakers: 

  • Christine Bacareza Balance (Associate Professor; Media & Performing Arts; Asian American Studies Program; Cornell University)
  • Alexandra Vazquez (Associate Professor; Tisch School of the Arts; New York University)

Panelists:

  • Eddy Alvarez Jr. (Assistant Professor; Portland State University)
  • Masi Asare (Assistant Professor; Northwestern University)
  • Danielle Bainbridge (Assistant Professor; Northwestern University)
  • Iris Blake (PhD Candidate; UC Riverside)
  • Karen Jaime (Assistant Professor; Cornell University) 
  • Megan Johnson (PhD Candidate; York University)
  • Kristin Moriah (Assistant Professor; Queen's University)
  • Julie Beth Napolin (Assistant Professor; The New School)
  • Aidan Pang (PhD Candidate; University of Oregon)
  • Jade Power Sotomayor (Assistant Professor; UC San Diego)
  • Dylan Robinson (Canada Research Chair in Indigenous Arts; Queen's University Canada)
  • Shayna Silverstein (Assistant Professor; Northwestern University)
  • Katelyn Hale Wood (Assistant Professor; University of Virginia)

Register for the symposium here.

Revolutions in Sound is generously supported by The American Society for Theatre Research, The Dean of Arts & Sciences at the University of Richmond, The UMD Office of Diversity & Inclusion, The Office of the Provost, The Office of Undergraduate Studies, The College of Arts & Humanities, The Graduate School Office of Diversity & Inclusion, The School of Music, The Department of American Studies, and the School of Theatre, Dance & Performance Studies.

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