Presentations and Publications


Peter Breithaupt

“‘In the town of love, music, and history’: Maintaining a Place-Space Dialectic in Msafiri Zawose’s ‘Karibu Bagamoyo’”
Society for Ethnomusicology Southern Plains Chapter
University of Texas Rio Grande Valley, Edinburg, TX (March 2017)

Rose Bridges

33 /1/3 Japan: Yoko Kanno’s Cowboy Bebop Soundtrack. New York: Bloomsbury Academic, 2017.
This is my upcoming book on the soundtrack to the anime TV series Cowboy Bebop, to be released by Bloomsbury Academic Press in fall 2017. It is a volume in the acclaimed 33 1/3 series, one of the first in the sub-series 33 1/3 Japan, focusing on notable works of Japanese popular music.

“What is the ‘Hoenn Sound’?: Rearranging Music as World-Building in the Pokemon Game Remakes”
North American Conference on Video Game Music, The University of Texas at Austin, Austin, TX (January 2017)

“Jupiter Jazz and Hip-Hop Samurai: Musical Anachronism as World-Building in Cowboy Bebop and Samurai Champloo
Mechademia Conference on Asian Popular Cultures, Minneapolis College of Art and Design, Minneapolis, MN (September 2016)

“‘Everything You Dreamed of on the Edge?’: 1980s Generational Anxieties in the Music of The Brave Little Toaster
Society for American Music, 41st Annual Conference, Boston, MA (March 2016)

“The Great Gate of Truth: 19th-Century Nationalisms in Michiru Oshima’s Score for Fullmetal Alchemist (2003)”
Music and the Moving Image X, New York University Steinhardt School of Culture, Education and Human Development, New York, NY (May 2015)


Julianne Graper

“Pussy Riot: Performing ‘Punkness’; or, Taking the ‘Riot’ out of Riot Grrrl” in Dillane, A., Power, M., Devereux, E. and Haynes, A. (eds.) Songs of Social Protest, London: Rowman and Littlefield International, 2017 Forthcoming.

Translation of Noise, sonic experimentation and interior coloniality in Costa Rica by Susan Campos Fonseca. Oxford University Press. 2017 Forthcoming.

“Pussy Riot: Performing ‘Punkness’ or Taking the ‘Riot’ Out of Riot Grrrl.” 2015. Presented at the Songs of Social Protest conference, University of Limerick.

“’Yo Soy un Hombre Sincero’: Sara González and the Performance of Masculinity after the Cuban Revolution”. 2015. Presented at the ILASSA conference, University of Texas at Austin.


Eddie Hsu

“Traditional Music for the People: Chinese Music Departments in the PRC and Taiwan” in College Music Curricula for a New Century, eds. Robin Moore. New York: Oxford University Press (2017)

Book review of Beyond “Innocence”: Amis Aboriginal Song in Taiwan as an Ecosystem” by Shzr Ee Tan. International Journal of Taiwan Studies 1, No.2. (September 2018)

“Becoming National Cultural Property: Labor and Valuation under the Preservation of Lalingedan and Pakulalu in Contemporary Taiwan”
3rd International Council for Tradition Music Forum
Central Conservatory, Beijing (July 2018)

“Sounding Paiwan: Institutionalization and Heritage-Making of Paiwan Lalingedan and Pakulalu in Contemporary Taiwan”
Society for Ethnomusicology/Southern Plains Chapter (SEMSP) Annual Conference
Texas Tech University, Lubbock, Texas (April 2018)

“Mother Tongue or Other Tongue? The Politics of Indigeneity within Taiwanese Aboriginal ‘Mother Tongue Songs.’” Panel: Transforming and Contextualizing Old and New Traditions.
Society for Ethnomusicology/Southern Plains Chapter (SEMSP) Annual Conference
University of North Texas, Denton, Texas (April 2016)

“Renegotiating Otherness: The Voices of Taiwanese Aboriginal Music.” Panel: Evolving Ethnic Expressions.
Society for Ethnomusicology/Southern Plains Chapter (SEMSP) Annual Conference University of Texas at Austin, Austin, Texas, (April 2014)


Laura Jorgensen

“Intersectional Musical Activism in the Former Yugoslavia”
Graduate Organization for the Study of Europe and Central Asia Conference University of Pittsburgh, PA (March 2017)

“Voices from the Shadows: Narratives of Homosexuality in Yugoslav Popular Music”
UT Austin Gender Symposium (February 2017)

“Queer Voices in Song: Musical Narratives of Homosexuality in the Former
Yugoslavia”
“Inside/Outside: Queer Networks in Transnational Perspective” Summer School
Hannover, Germany (September 2016)

“Intersectional Feminism in Music of 1980’s Yugoslavia & Contemporary Croatia” Central European University Gender Studies Department Conference on
“21st Century Feminist Praxes, Ontologies and Materialities”
Budapest, Hungary (May 2016)

“‘I want to be normal’: Representations of Gender and Sexuality in Music of the
Former Yugoslavia”
Summer School for Sexualities, Cultures & Politics at the
Singidunum University Faculty for Media & Communications Studies
Belgrade, Serbia (August 2014)

“‘I want to be normal’: Representations of Gender and Sexuality in Music of the
Former Yugoslavia”
University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign ISAMS Interdisciplinary Conference on “Transforming Activism/ Activist Transformations”
Urbana, IL (April 2014)


Sarah Lahasky

Book Review of The Tango Machine: Musical Culture in the Age of Expediency by Morgan James Luker, Latin American Music Review, Vol. 38 no. 2 (Fall/Winter 2017)

Trans. “Chapter 6: The Conga” in Fernando Ortiz on Music: Selected Writing on Afro-Cuban Culture, ed. Robin Moore. Philadelphia: Temple University Press. (January 2018)

“Tango: A Brief History”
Fort Worth Opera, History of Tango Event
Latino Cultural Center, Dallas, Texas (February 2018)

“Breaking Free, or Perpetuating the Regime?: The Tito Francia Guitar Orchestra and Neoliberalism in Argentina”
Southwest Council of Latin American Studies (SCOLAS)
San Antonio, Texas (March 2018)


Peng Liu

“An Ironic Comedy: Constructing a Music Narrative for the Finale of Beethoven’s
String Quartet, Op. 135.”
The Second Biennial Brandeis University Graduate Student Musicology
Conference
Brandeis University, Waltham, MA (May 2017)

“Exploring the Singing Style in Five First Movements from Beethoven’s Piano
Sonatas.”
The American Musicological Society Southwest Chapter Conference
Abilene Christian University, Dallas, TX (October 2016)

“Rethinking Sonata Form in Beethoven’s Lyricism.”
The American Musicological Society Southwest Chapter Conference
Texas State University, San Marcos, Texas (October 2015)

“What Might Schumann’s Nachtstücke Hold?”
Graduate Conference in Music at Bowling Green State University
Bowling Green, OH (February 2018)


Victoria Mogollón

“Preparing for the Show: Ideologies of Children’s Development at Two NYC Community Music Programs”
The Leadership Alliance National Symposium; National Council for Undergraduate Research Annual Conference
USA (2015); University of Denver, Denver Colorado (2016)

“Creating Venezuelan Sounds in Paris: A case study on the music hybridity of the Waraira Quartet”
Undergraduate Research and Scholarship Symposium. University of Denver, Denver, Colorado (2016)

“From the Llanos to the Barrios: Canserbero’s Hip-hop Re-invention of Venezuelan Storytelling Tradition”
British Society for Ethnomusicology (BFE) Annual Conference
University of Sheffield, UK (2017)

“’Los Jarochos Hemos Hecho Historia:’ The Role of Mestizaje, Institutionalization, and Tradition in the Imagining of the Mexican Nation”
Southwest Council of Latin American Studies (SCOLAS); McGill Music Graduate Symposium
San Antonio, Texas (March 2018); McGill University, Montreal, Canada (March 2018)


Yu Ye

“One-shot Film and Its Audio-Visual Design: Two Case Studies”
Music and the Moving Image Conference
New York University
New York, NY (May 2017)

“A Chinese Painting’s Story in Music from the Tang Court”
Composition in Asia International Symposium and Festival
The University of South Florida
Tampa, FL (January 2018)

“Ancient Melody and New Sound in Music from the Tang Court: A Heterophonic Perspective”
The University of Arizona Graduate Student Music Conference
The University of Arizona
Tucson, AZ (Feb 2018)

“The Meaning of Repetition: Chinese Guichu Video in the Digital Age”
Music and the Moving Image Conference
New York University
New York, NY (May 2018)

Chinese Translation of The Techniques of Flute Playing by Carin Levine and Christina Mitropoulos-Bott. Shanghai: Shanghai Music Publishing House. Oct 2018.


Joanna Zattiero

“”One Small Girl A Whole Quartet”: Technology, Gender, and Popular Music in the Early Sound Films of Lee Morse”
Society for American Music Annual Conference
Montreal, Quebec (March 2017)

“Gaining Perspective on Public Musicology Today: What Does it Look Like, Who is Practicing It, and How is it Valuable to Different Demographics?”
American Musicological Society – Southwest Chapter Conference
Texas State University, San Marcos, Texas (October 2015)