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Society for American Music logo. Repeated text informationThe Society for American Music annual conference is happening now, July 16-18, and we have three of our current musicology faculty and students presenting research throughout the weekend. There are also numerous alumni presenting, as well as incoming graduate student Kari Lindquist. For possibly the first time ever, you can attend this conference from the comfort of your own couch!


Friday, July 17

12:45-1:45 pm EDT, Session 6a (4th paper, approx. 1:15 pm EDT) 

“Cowboys on a Beach: Seasonal Genres and the New Ecology of Country Music”

JOCELYN NEAL

Saturday, July 18

12:45-1:45 pm EDT, Session 10a (1st paper, approx. 12:45 pm EDT) 

“Russian Doll: Anna Pavlova, Coppélia, and Ballet in the United States”

JAMIE BLAKE

4:45-6:15 pm EDT, Session 12c (3rd paper, approx. 5:45 EDT) 

“Between Minstrel and Folkloric Authenticity: On the Racialization of Musical Genres in the

United States”

AARON HARCUS


Full program and conference information are provided in the link below. Registration is $15 for members at $45 for non-members. Please note that the conference program lists session times in Central time. https://www.american-music.org/page/SAM2020VirtualConference

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