Lecture Series

Prof. Trippett (Cambridge) will give a talk entitled "Sonic Matter"

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Prof. Wild (McGill) will give a talk entitled "Further Compositional Resources of Vicentino's (1555) 31-tone Tuning System"

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Dr. Robertson Kirkland (Royal Conservatoire of Scotland) will give a talk entitled "Venanzio Rauzzini: The Castrato Who Fathered a Generation of English Singers"

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Dr. Wilfing (Österreichische Akademie der Wissenschaften) will give a talk entitled "Hanslick, Adler, and the Creation of an Academic Discipline"

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Prof. Herzfeld-Schild (Utrecht University) will give a talk entitled "From Anthropological to Empirical Aesthetics:

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Dr. Tosca Lynch (Oxford University) will give a talk entitled ‘The Revolution of the New Music in Classical Athens: musical “lawlessness” and the development of the Classical harmonic system’

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Prof. John Muniz (University of Arizona) will give a talk entitled "We Say What We Mean and We Mean What We Say: Cognitivist Realism about Analytical Utterances"

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Prof. Graeme Boone (Ohio State University) will give a talk entitled "B molle as topos"

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Dr. Rhodes Pinto (Stanford University) will give a talk on “Soul’s Harmonious Unity? Plato on the Principle of All Motion”

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Dr. Liam Hynes-Tawa (Yale University) will give a talk on "Old Tonics, New Tetrachords"

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Dr. Russell O'Rourke (Columbia University) will give a talk on "A Two-Stage Model for Emotional Arousal in Cinquecento Musical Thought" 

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Prof. Molly Lester (USNA) will be visiting Histories of Music, Mind, and Body from August 3-7.

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Dr. Christopher Florio (Columbia University) will be visiting Histories of Music, Mind, and Body from August 3-7. 

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