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We will also be discussing current research projects, newly available datasets and resources, as well as the possibilities of curating new open-access corpora as a group. Five invited panelists—Mary Arlin, Michael Callahan, John Covach, Anna Gawboy, and Sam Richards—will get the discussion going by sharing their thoughts, questions, and experiences.
Friday, November 4, –, Pavilion Ballroom D The first part of PAIG’s meeting will adopt a new mission statement and by-laws, and will discuss directions for future projects and plans.
Pre-read materials for this discussion will be distributed via PAIG’s listserv. The second part of the meeting will be devoted to short reports on recent conferences, publications, and events.
Alan Dodson and David Kopp will report on the recent Performance Studies Network conference at Bath-Spa University.
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Thursday, November 3rd at –pm in the Pavilion Ballroom The meeting agenda consists of the following items: Saturday, am - pm, Junior Ballroom C Special Session: Cipriano de Rore’s Quincentenary: Looking Back at His Madrigals with Modern Eyes Lightning talks, sing through, and interactive panel discussion, emphasizing analytical and pedagogical approaches to early music with a focus on Rore's madrigals.
It was developed by Edward Klorman, Daphne Leong, and Victoria Tzotzkova, and we hope it will stimulate some interesting discussions.
Friday November 4, -, in Pavilion Ballroom C The theme of this year's meeting is Music of the Pacific (The American West Coast, Asia, and Oceania).
“Members talk about whatever books they are reading, therefore there are no deadlines or pressure to get something read. The group is open to any topic, ranging from fiction to historical and political,” Mavis said. The types of books discussed in Book Talk changes, depending on the participants’ interests.Friday, November 4 from - PM in Junior Ballroom A/B All conference-goers are cordially invited to attend this meeting to participate in a roundtable discussion of Peter Szendy's Phantom Limbs: On Musical Bodies. This amounts to approximately thirty pages of reading.Please feel welcome to read these passages and join the discussion or to attend without preparation and listen in.Each presentation will be fifteen minutes in length, followed by a few minutes of discussion. Saturday, November 5, 12 to 2, in Port Mc Neil Room.The Music and Disability Interest Group will meet jointly with the AMS Music and Disability Study Group to discuss current business and then hear four short presentations on current research in music and disability from Feilin Hsiao, Virginia Whealton, Alejandro Tellez Vargas, and Tekla Babyak. The Music and Disability Interest Group and the AMS Music and Disability Study Group will jointly co-sponsor a special session “Cripping the Music Theory/Music History Curriculum.” The session will feature four presentations, followed by a round table of six respondents, addressing the topic of how to incorporate disability perspectives into the core college music curriculum.