Women and Music

MUSI
UN
2500
Course Level: 
Undergraduate
Credits: 
3

This course explores the relationship between women, music, and performance from a thematic and a cross-cultural perspective. Through the analysis of different case studies, we will investigate different topics from the perspective of ethnomusicology, cultural anthropology, and performance studies. A number of critical questions we will consider include: how does a particular gender ideology constructs and is constructed by musical aesthetics? What are some of the critical roles for women in performance? What is the significance of gender in performances? What does it mean for women to have and to be the voice? And how is a musical performance bound up with emotions?

Current / Future Offerings

Spring 2017 – Section 001

Call Number: 
67079
Day & Time: 
MW 2:40-3:55pm
Instructor: 

Past Offerings

Spring 2016

Day & Time: 
MW 1:10pm-2:25pm
Location: 
404 Dodge
Instructor: