Prof. Elizabeth Povinelli - "The Otherwise in Geontological Power" (Thurs. March 5, 6pm)

Event Date: 
Thu, 03/05/2015 - 6:00pm
Event Location: 
701C Dodge Hall (Center for Ethnomusicology)

The Center for Ethnomusicology presents a talk by

PROF. ELIZABETH POVINELLI
(Anthropology and Gender Studies, Columbia University)

"The Otherwise in Geontological Power"

Thursday, March 5, 2015
6PM
701C Dodge Hall
(Center for Ethnomusicology)

FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC!

Elizabeth Povinelli is Professor of Anthropology and Gender Studies at COlumbia University.  Her writing has focused on developing a critical theory of late liberalism that would support an anthropology of the otherwise. Her first two books examine the governance of the otherwise in late liberal settler colonies from the perspective of the politics of recognition. Her most recent two books examined the same from the perspective of intimacy, embodiment, and narrative form. Prof. Povinelli's ethnographic analysis is animated by a critical engagement with the traditions of American pragmatism and continental immanent theory.

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MIVOS QUARTET with composer/soprano & DMA alum Kate Soper (3/11, Free!)

Event Date: 
Wed, 03/11/2015 - 7:00pm
Event Location: 
The Italian Academy for Advanced Studies in America Columbia University 1161 Amsterdam Avenue (between 116th & 118th Streets)

The Italian Academy at Columbia University presents:


MIVOS QUARTET with composer/soprano KATE SOPER

Music of Berg, Gesualdo, Iannotta and a world premiere by Kate Soper

Wednesday, March 11, 2015
7:00 PM

Free and open to the public,
No reservations required


Highlighting works for soprano and string quartet, the Mivos Quartet will present a program featuring the world premiere of Nadja, a large-scale composition for string quartet and voice by composer/soprano Kate Soper, alongside works by Clara Iannotta and Carlo Gesualdo, and Alban Berg's Lyric Suite with reconstructed soprano part.

Prof. Georg Friedrich Haas Featured in Columbia News

Professor Georg Friedrich Haas was recently featured on the ColumbiaNews website in an article titled "Pitch Perfect: Columbia Music Department Embraces Microtonal Music of Georg Friedrich Haas."  The article gives hightlights of Haas' career trajectory, awards, and critical acclaim as "one of the major composers of his generation," and discusses his recent work and accomplishments--from the Carnegie Hall premier of his dark dreams last October, to a recent work for solo trumpet written in memory of Eric Garner.

Read the full article here.

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