2019 Guest Lecture: Dr. Anthony Seeger

Poster:Pi-ying FengPost date:2019-03-19
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  2018 Dr. Anthony Seeger Lecture topics
>Emeritus Professor, Former Distinguished Professor of Ethnomusicology, University of California at Los Angeles
>Director Emeritus, Smithsonian Folkways Recordings

Venue: NTNU GIEM (2F, No. 31, Shida Rd., Daan Dist., Taipei City)

4/15 MON. 13:30-15:00
Planning and Doing Field Research

4/18 THU. 10:30-12:00
The North American Indian Powwow: A Celebration of Native Culture
The Native peoples of North America created an intertribal form of cultural celebration that is now widespread in the United States and Canada in both rural and urban areas. This kind of intertribal event is rare among Indigenous peoples in other parts of the world. This presentation considers the conditions that led to its emergence and its current success. We will discuss whether anything similar either exists or might emerge in Taiwan. The presentation will feature scenes from the videos Wisconsin Powwow and Naamikaaged: Dancer for the People (SF48004).

4/23 TUE. 15:30-17:00
The Impacts of the UNESCO 2003 "Convention on the Safeguarding of the Intangible Culture Heritage" on Local Communities

4/30 TUE. 10:30-12:00
Preserving Sound, Saferuarding Culture, and Mass Education at a National Museum: The Mission and Activities of Smithsonian Folkways Recordings

5/2 THU. 15:30-17:00
Some Legal and Ethical Issues Related to Field Research and Subsequent Publications about Music

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