George Lewis in Residence: Panel Discussion

Date

February 23, 2016 - 6:00pm

Our Year of the Humanities event, George Lewis in Residence, kicks off with a panel discussion titled "Sounding New Socialities." Distinguished panel members include:

  • George Lewis, Edwin H. Case Professor of American Music, Columbia University
  • Aaron Johnson, Assistant Professor of Music, University of Pittsburgh
  • Roger Dannenberg, Professor of Computer Science, Art, and Music at Carnegie Mellon University
  • Ali Momeni, Associate Professor of Art, Carnegie Mellon University
  • Eric Moe, Andrew W. Mellon Professor, University of Pittsburgh
  • Mathew Rosenblum, Professor of Music, University of Pittsburgh
  • Kathy Blee, Distinguished Professor of Sociology, University of Pittsburgh

Abstract
Exploring sound today brings us in contact with issues of ethics, social identity, social order, and negotiation; human and computational creativity, telematics, and the virtual; predictability, unpredictability complexity, and nonlinearity; time and consciousness; indeterminacy and agency; migration and mobility; representation, cognition, and enaction; and economic development. This discussion brings together social scientists, musicologists, technologists, and artists to explore the many ways in which sound serves as a crucially important component of individual, social, political, technological, and cultural formation.

Admission

Free