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Saturday, April 16 • 9:00am - 10:30am
Hearing Borderlands
Ginger Dellenbaugh, “Seeing Songs: Pop Music, Sign Language, and the Translation of Voice into Sung Silence”
Katherine Meizel, “The Song Is You: Singers in the Hearing/Deaf Borderlands”
Danielle Maggio, “Gospel Mime: Cultivating Voice of Praise Through Embodied Service”

Moderators
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Greil Marcus

Greil Marcus is the author most recently of Three Songs, Three Singers, Three Nations, Real Life Rock: The Complete Top Ten Columns, 1986-2014, and The History of  rock ‘n’ Roll in Ten Songs. A sixth revised edition of his first book, Mystery Train, was published in 2015. This spring he is co-teaching a course on 1948 as a transformational year in the American imagination at Berkeley. “The Democracy of the Deep Soul... Read More →

Speakers
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Ginger Dellenbaugh

Ginger Dellenbaugh is a cultural critic, musician, and professor at The New School, where she teaches about music, politics, and the voice. A trained opera singer, she performed for over a decade in Europe and the U.S. In 2015, she released the album Pastorale. Dellenbaugh lives in Vienna, Austria, and New York. “Seeing Songs: Pop Music, Sign Language, and the Translation of Voice into Sung Silence” | In Star Trek: The Next... Read More →
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Danielle Maggio

Danielle Maggio is a second year PhD student in ethnomusicology and a Teaching Fellow at The University of Pittsburgh. Her research examines soul music as a lived cultural practice, an artistic genre, a marketable commodity, and an important historical site for the articulation of gender, race, and class in American popular culture. She has taught for the MGR Foundation; Pittsburgh Montessori Schools; Westminster Choir College; and Recreational... Read More →
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Katherine Meizel

Katherine Meizel is Assistant Professor of Ethnomusicology at Bowling Green State University. She holds a PhD in ethnomusicology and a doctorate in vocal performance, and her research includes topics in voice and identity, popular music and media, and disability studies. Her book Idolized: Music, Media, and Identity in American Idol was published in 2011; she also wrote about Idol for Slate from 2007 to 2011. She is currently co-editing the... Read More →


Saturday April 16, 2016 9:00am - 10:30am
Demo Lab EMP Museum, 325 5th Avenue N, Seattle, WA 98109

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