[csaa-forum] [Amended Program] An Immanent Future? Music Beyond Past and Present; A Music and Philosophy Symposium
Philosophy at uws.edu.au
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An Immanent Future? Music Beyond Past and Present
Philosophy @ UWS: Music and Philosophy Symposium
Inspired by recent innovative responses in philosophy to our rapidly changing, interconnected worlds, this symposium is devoted to conversations about music beyond the past and present. Please visit the webpage for more information: http://www.uws.edu.au/philosophy/philosophy@uws/events/sponsored_conferences/an_immanent_future,_music_symposium
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Date: Friday, 3 August 2012
Time: 10am - 4:50pm
Place: Performance Space, O.1.62A Kingswood, University of Western Sydney
Professor Judy Lochhead (Stony Brook University, NY)
Professor Jennie Shaw (University of New England)
Dr. Sally Macarthur<http://www.uws.edu.au/philosophy/philosophy@uws/members#9> (University of Western Sydney)
Dr. Joseph Toltz (University of Western Sydney/University of Sydney)
Ian Stevenson<http://www.uws.edu.au/hca/school_of_humanities_and_communication_arts/key_people/academic_staff_directory/lecturer_ian_stevenson> (University of Western Sydney)
Associate Professor Greg Hainge (University of Queensland)
"Chaotic Mappings: On the ground with music"
Judy Lochhead (Stony Brook, NY)
Morning tea break
"Meeting the Composer Halfway: Which Anne Boyd?"
Sally Macarthur (UWS)
"Music and the Intertextualities of Listening, Performing and Teaching"
Jenny Shaw (UNE)
"Play it Again, Masami. On the Vexed Question of Noise and Music (reprise and variation)"
Professor Greg Hainge (UQ)
"Restructuring Schaeffer's Sonic Objects"
Ian Stevenson (UWS)
"Ethical encounters with determined others: ethnographic process and Holocaust survivor musical testimony"
Joseph Toltz (Usyd)
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