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Luise E. Peake Music & Culture Colloquium Series

The Luise E. Peake Music & Culture Colloquium is a public event series hosted by the Music History, Ethnomusicology and Experimental Music faculty at the University of South Carolina School of Music, and is dedicated to showcasing diverse programming and guests, especially emerging scholars and artists.

Named after the late musicologist Professor Luise Eitel Peake-Dickerman who served on the School of Music faculty from 1968 to 1994, the Peake Colloquium offers the School of Music, University, and Columbia communities with free workshops, concerts, scholarly talks and films that engage with musical histories of the past and present, performance practices, and global cultures.

All Luise E. Peake Music & Culture Colloquium events are free.


VIRTUAL SPRING 2021

Katelyn Best

“‘You’ll Never Look at Music the Same Way Again:’ Deaf Hip Hop and the Impact of MTV and Digital Recording Technology”
Katelyn Best

Friday, April 26  | 1:10-2pm
We hope you can join us. To attend, please RSVP. You will be emailed a Zoom link

Beethoven Mask

“Propaganda in the Carolinas: Beethoven, Orff, and the ‘Powers That Be’”
Joshua Harton, University of South Carolina
Graduate Student Showcase

Friday, March 26 | 1:10-2pm
We hope you can join us. To attend, please RSVP. You will be emailed a Zoom link

Julie Hubbert

“Barbra Streisand, Feminism, and New Hollywood Film”

Julie Hubbert, University of South Carolina

Friday, March 5 | 1:10-2pm
We hope you can join us. To attend, please RSVP. You will be emailed a Zoom link

Steve Smith

“Who Cares If You Review?: Why Music Criticism (Still) Matters"

Steve Smith, Senior editor (temp.), NPR. Freelance contributor, The New Yorker, The New York Times

Friday, February 26 | 1:10-2pm 
We hope you can join us. To attend, please RSVP. You will be emailed a Zoom link

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"Understanding Interaction between Sound and Structure in Recorded Popular Music" with Bruno Alcalde, University of South Carolina

Fri., Feb. 12 | 1:10 – 2 p.m.
We hope you can join us. To attend, please RSVP. You will be emailed a Zoom link.

 


 

VIRTUAL FALL 2020

Kunio Hara 

 Kunio Hara, University of South Carolina

“Japanese Butterfly: Fujiwara Opera’s
U.S. Tours in the 1950s”

Friday, Sept. 18 | 1:10–2:00 p.m.

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Grant Writing Workshop Part I:

Ideas and Getting Started

Friday, Sept. 25 | 1:10–2:00 p.m.
Co-Sponsored by Spark Laboratory

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 Grant Writing Workshop Part II:

The Basics of a Grant Proposal

Friday, Oct. 2 | 1:10–2:00 p.m.
Co-Sponsored by Spark Laboratory

 Alexandria Carrico

Alexandria Carrico, University of South Carolina

“Sounding a Just Community:
Furthering Disability Activism
Through Traditional Irish Music”

Friday, Oct. 9 | 1:10–2:00 p.m.

 Early modern songscapes

 Sarah F. Williams, University of South Carolina

“Early Modern Songscapes: English Ayres
and the Digital Humanities”

Friday, Nov. 20 | 1:10–2:00 p.m.

 

 


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