Sound Studies Symposium
The UMBC Sound Studies Faculty Working Group presents the Spring Sound Studies Symposium.
Featured keynote address:
Carter Mathes, Department of English at Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey – Decolonial Soundscapes: Blackness, Sonority, and Critique
- Maleda Belilgne, Department of English at UMBC – “Look and You Can Hear It:” Visualizing Sound in Black Narrative
- Anna Rubin, Department of Music at UMBC – On the Edge: Karina’s Journey
- Timothy Nohe, Center for Innovation, Research, and Creativity in the Arts, and Carol Hess, Department of Dance at UMBC – Burnt
- Stephen Bradley and John Sturgeon, Department of Visual Arts at uMBC – Tuning Fork
- Linda Dusman and Alan Wonneberger, Department of Music at UMBC – Dream, Prayer, and Lullaby in Surround
The Sound Studies Faculty Working Group is sponsored by the Dresher Center for the Humanities.