The Center for Ethnomusicology, in collaboration with the Department of Music Colloquium Series in Musicology and Music Theory, presents a talk by:
Prof. William Cheng
Associate Professor of Music at Dartmouth College
" ...But the Nazis Love(d) Music, Too."
About how obvious such conventional wisdom sounds, yet how the wisdom remains --feels-- sufficiently unobvious as to merit repeated articulation in academia and pop culture alike.
Friday April 19, 2019
620 Dodge Hall, Columbia University (Broadway at 116th St.)
Free and Open to the Public -- Reception to Follow
For accommodations or further information contact: aaf19 @ columbia. edu
William Cheng is an Associate Professor of Music at Dartmouth College. He's a founding coeditor of University of Michigan's Music & Social Justice series, and the author of Sound Play: Video Games and the Musical Imagination (Oxford, 2014), Just Vibrations: The Purpose of Sounding Good (Michigan, 2016), and Loving Music Till It Hurts (Oxford, forthcoming 2019).