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  • 1. ANTH398D - Ethnomusicology Meeting 4 September 25, 2007
  • 2. Events
    • FFEM.ca
      • Festival international du film ethnographique du Qu ébec
      • [email_address]
    • POP Montreal Workshops
    • To post on Moodle
    • Come back on events
    • Guests during semester
      • Pascal Bujold on embodied participation (October 9, 2007)
  • 3. David Huron
    • " Why Is the Minor Key Sad"
    • 13:30 at 1430 Mont-Royal
    • In Western music of the past four centuries the minor mode has been variously associated with sadness, seriousness, anger, or fear.  An exception is found in Bulgarian folk music where the minor mode appears to have no such associations. The prevailing interpretation suggests that the relationship between major/happy and minor/sad is an arbitrary association that is maintained by cultural reinforcement. Drawing on research in ethology, evolutionary psychology, and cross-cultural experiments, I will suggest that the minor/sad relationship is not arbitrary -- despite it's obvious culture-specific limitation. The contrast between major and minor echoes general principles in speech prosody and emotional display.
  • 4. Journée d’études québécoises en musique
    • Saturday September 29, 9:00-19:00 Grande Bibliothèque M455
      • « Penser et écrire l’histoire de la vie musicale au Québec, du début du XXe siècle à aujourd’hui »
      • Quebec musical life
  • 5. Jean Duval
    • Se fondre ou se distinguer? La singularité chez les compositeurs de musique traditionnelle québécoise et celtique
    • Tuesday, October 9, 12:30-14:00 at Faculty of Music, UdeM, A-873
  • 6. Appropriation
    • Critique and criticism
    • Follow on enthusiasm
    • Trends
    • Ethical/legal
  • 7. Sleeping Lion
    • Ladysmith Black Mambazo The Lion Sleeps Tonight 4:38
    • Solomon Linda and Evening Birds Mbube 2:45
    • Yma Súmac Wimoweh 2:42
    • http:// fridayfishwrap.com/?p =1108
    • http://www.3rdearmusic.com/forum/mbube2.html
  • 8. French Style
    • Serge Gainsbourg New-York, USA 2:16
    • Babatunde Olatunji Akiwowo (Ah-Key-Woh-Woh) 4:44
  • 9. Cooley Discussion
    • Reflexive ethnography
    • Writing Culture (Clifford and Marcus 1986)
    • Fieldwork /armchair
    • Bias/accuracy
    • Notes and Queries on Anthropology
    • Colonialism
    • Insider/Outsider
    • Ethnobotany
  • 10. Cooley Reactions
    • Format
    • Writing style
    • Endnotes
    • Terminological bent
    • History of discipline
  • 11. Dialogue
    • Interactive
    • Anthony Seeger singing
    • Neurotic anthropologists
      • PC Terminology
      • Paralysis
    • The Field as separation
    • Observing and responsibility
    • Fieldnotes
  • 12. Follow
    • Etic/Emic
    • Positivism
    • Intellectual honesty
    • Briggs 1986 Learning How to Ask
  • 13. Fieldworkers
    • Stories from Montreal
    • Dressing Up for Part
    • Cegep Saint-Laurent