Article on Workshop For the Daughters of Harlem Now Available

An article coauthored by Professor Emerita Ellie Hisama and Dr. Lucie Vágnerová (GSAS '16) on the workshop For the Daughters of Harlem: Working in Sound has been published in Sounding Together: Collaborative Perspectives on U.S. Music in the Twentieth Century, ed. Charles Hiroshi Garrett and Carol J. Oja (University of Michigan Press, 2021). The workshop invited young women from public high schools in New York City to compose, record, produce, and reflect upon their own music at Columbia's Computer Music Center. Workshop leaders included faculty members David Adamcyk, Seth Cluett, Zosha Di Castri, and Miya Masaoka and alumnae/alumni Courtney Bryan (GSAS '14), Kamari Carter (SOA '19), Ebonie Smith (BC '07), Matthew D. Morrison (GSAS '14), and Sondra E. Woodruff II (GS '19) with graduate students Laina Dawes (Ethnomusicology) and Finola Merivale (Composition) coordinating the workshops. 

The article is available here and the entire book is available as a free download here. Columbia News featured the workshop in an article and video available here.