Episode 8

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In this episode of Talking Musicology Liam and Stephen discuss recent debates on canons and curricula, notation and diversification, through the lens of Alejandro L. Madrid's article ‘Diversity, Tokenism, Non-Canonical Musics, and the Crisis of the Humanities in U.S. Academia’, available in the Spring 2017 issue of The Journal of Music History Pedagogy.

Episode 7

In this episode of Talking Musicology Liam and Stephen discuss ethnography and ethnomusicology, post-colonial theory and narrative, and literature as alienation. This is all through the lens of Katie Graber writing on Francis La Flesche in ‘Francis La Flesche and Ethnography: Writing, Power, Critique’, available in the Winter 2017 issue of Ethnomusicology.  Meanwhile in Research-in-the-Round, we highlight an upcoming conference based on the work of Barry S. Brook, and Tim Rutherford-Johnson’s new book Music After the Fall.