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Upcoming presentation: Be-bop-sh-boom-a-langa-langa-doo-wop: Pop’s Love of Nonsense

I will be presenting my current research at the University of York on Wednesday 27 January as part of the Music Department’s research seminar series… 166 more words

Senses at the AIA/SCS Annual Meeting, 6-9 January

Sensory Studies are well represented at this year’s AIA/SCS conference in San Francisco:

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1. SESSION 5I
 New Perspectives on Urban Life in Pompeii and Ostia… 279 more words

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Johnny Cash in the Baths of Neptune

This last weekend I tried a new form of presentation for my acoustic analysis. It was a short 10 minute presentation at Multitudo: a multisensory, multilayered and multidirectional approach to classical studies… 610 more words

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Jeff D Veitch reblogged this on Sensory Studies in Antiquity and commented:

Some thoughts from Multitudo posted on my personal site. Thanks, again, to Eleanor and Alessandra for organising the event.

CFP Music and the animal world in the Hellenic and Roman antiquity, Athens, 11-14 July 2016

Ancient Hellenic & Roman Music Conference 2016

Athens, Greece
Monday, 11 to Thursday, 14 July, 2016 moisa2016-athens.eu

CFP Deadline: 31 March 2016

The Department of Music Studies of the National & Kapodistrian University of Athens in association with L’École Française d’Athènes will host the 9th Moisa Conference in Athens, Greece, from Monday, 11 to Thursday, 14 July, 2016. 278 more words

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Sounding Board-- A Collective Exhibition

If you happen to be in Austin, make sure to visit the exciting–and first ever–Sounding Board collective installation curated by Leonardo Cardoso. The exhibition is the first of its kind for the Society for Ethnomusicology’s annual meeting and features many excellent scholar-artists producing sound-based research. 306 more words

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