Department of Music Graduate Students will present a conference on Music and Erotics from February 22-23. For complete conference information and schedule visit the conference Web Page.
1:00 - 1:15 — Welcome, Opening Remarks
1:15 - 2:45 — Historicizing/Glocalizing Music and Erotics —
Chair: Andrew Weintraub
Is This Too Gay? Reflections on “Being Musical,” Heteronormativity and Why I Just Can’t Think Straight
“You feel me?/ We see you.”: Performance and the Erotics of Recognition in a San Francisco Bay Area Queer Open Mic
“The Only Real Magic”: Historicizing Music’s Erotic Powers
3:00 - 4:00 — Trauma, Violence, and Erotics — Chair: Sarah Politz
The Dangers of Sex Work: Researching Musical Erotics in Sumatra.
On Trauma, Collective Memory, and Black Futurity: Notes on the Intimate Sonic Politics of Joséphine Baker in the Third Reich
4:00 - 6:00 — Dinner on your own
6:00 - 8:00 —Keynote: When and Where are Erotics?
Respondent: Olivia Bloechl
8:00 — Drinks/Social hour
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