Events

2019

            

Music and Sound at the Mediterranean Crossroads Symposium

‘The Ties that Bind’: Trans-Mediterranean Coloniality in the Musical Institutions of Post-Independence Morocco

January 7-10

IFAO- Cairo, Egypt

 

2018

            

Middle-Eastern Studies Association Annual Meeting

“Out of Africa?” Toward Determining a Geo-Cultural Context for the Study of Moroccan Musics

November 15-18

San Antonio, TX

            

African Music Scholarship in the 21st Century: Challenges & Directions Symposium

The Crucible of Colonialism: The Connection Between Cultural Hegemony and Francophone Musical Scholarship in Morocco

August 9-12

University of Ghana - Accra, Ghana

            

Music and Sound at the Mediterranean Crossroads Symposium

‘The Ties that Bind’: Trans-Mediterranean Coloniality in the Musical Institutions of Post-Independence Morocco        

June 18-23

Dar Souiri - Essaouira, Morocco

            

Euro-African Memories: Colonial and Postcolonial Spanish legacies in Morocco & Equatorial Guinea

Crossing the Strait: Coloniality in the Musical Culture of Post-Independence Spanish Morocco        

March 14-15

Institució Milà i Fontanals, CSIC - Barcelona, Spain

2017

            

Middle-Eastern Studies Association Annual Meeting

A Tale of Two Protectorates: Cultural Hegemony in Colonial Morocco and Its Impact on Indigenous Musics    

November 18-21

Washington, D.C.

            

“Colonial Morocco Revisited” International Workshop

‘The Powers That Be’: Cultural Hegemony in Colonial Morocco and Its Impact on Indigenous Musics

July 12-13

Center Jacques Berque - Rabat, Morocco

            

“Evolutions or revolutions? Contemporary Middle Eastern and North African Music” Conference

‘The Powers That Be’: Cultural Hegemony in Colonial Morocco and Its Impact on Indigenous Musics      

June 13-14

Institut National des Langues et Civilisations Orientales - Paris, France

 

            

"Interweaving Cultures: Theory and Practice"

Enduring Echoes of al-Andalus: Cultural Policy and the Status of Indigenous Musics in Protectorate and Post-Independence Morocco        

March 8-10

University of Malta - Valleta, Malta

            

Rocky Mountain Music Scholars' Conference

Enduring Echoes of al-Andalus: Cultural Policy and the Status of Indigenous Musics in Protectorate and Post-Independence Morocco

April 7-8

University of Utah - Salt Lake City, UT

            

Society for Ethnomusicology - Niagara chapter

A Tale of Two Protectorates: Cultural Hegemony in Colonial Morocco and Its Impact on Indigenous Musics" 

March 24-25

Kent State University - Warren, OH

            

“Music: Order and Disorder” Columbia University Music Scholarship Conference

A Tale of Two Protectorates: Cultural Hegemony in Colonial Morocco and Its Impact on Indigenous Musics        

March 4

Columbia University - New York

2016

            

The Legacy of Al-Andalus Symposium

‘The Road Less Travelled’: The Moroccan Malḥūn and the Migration of the Andalusian Muwashshaḥ        

April 7

University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN

            

Cultivating Arab Culture Pedagogies for Educators

Navigating between the Secular and the Religious: Case study of Andalusian music in the City of Titwan and al-Zawiya al H'arraqiyya

July 29

University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA

Society for Ethnomusicology Annual Conference

Enduring Echoes of al-Andalus: Cultural Policy and the Status of Indigenous Musics in Protectorate and Post-Independence Morocco        

November 10-13

Washington, D.C.

“Routes of Difference: Migration in Artistic, Academic and Media Discourses” Conference

East-West Hybridity in the Work of Arab-American Composers in the U.S.

November 24-25

Catholic University of Portugal - Lisboa, Portugal

            

Musicians in the Mediterranean: Narratives of Movement

‘The Road Less Travelled’: The Moroccan Malḥūn and the Migration of the Andalusian Muwashshaḥ      

June 21-26

Conservatorio San Pietro a Majella - Napoli, Italy

2015

Southwest Popular/American Culture Association Conference

East-West Hybridity in the Work of Arab-American Composers in the U.S.

February 11-14

University of New Mexico - Albuquerque, NM

2014

            

“Musical Traditions in North Africa” Symposium

Towards Setting a Course for 21st-Century Studies in Maghrebi Ethnomusicology: Three Key Questions.  

December 8-10

Center of Arab and Mediterranean Music - Sidi Bou Said, Tunisia

Arab Arts & Culture Course for Educators

The Rahbani Brothers and Fairuz, Lebanese Cultural Icons in the 20th Century 

June 23

University of the Arts, Philadelphia, PA

            

Society for Ethnomusicology Annual Conference

The Sacred & the Profane: The Role of the Harrāqī & Raissūnī Sufi Orders in Preserving the Heritage of Andalusian Music in Tetuán, Mor.

November 13-16

Pittsburgh, PA

 

2013

           

Sequestering Tradition?: A Cultural Sustainability Symposium 

“A Sojourn Elsewhere”: Preserving the Turath in the Arab Diaspora        

April 15-18

Sterling College - Craftsbury Common, VT

2012

     

Society for Ethnomusicology/American Musicological Society: Annual Joint meeting

Deconstructing a Medieval Legend: Guido d'Arezzo, the "Arabian Influence", and the Role of "Historical Imagination"

November 1-4

New Orleans, LA

2011

 

Conversations 2011: Music Scholarship in Dialogue

‘Inta ‘Omri’: A Merging of Western Influence and Eastern Tradition in Egyptian Music

February 4-5

University of Michigan - Ann Arbor, MI

       

            

Society for Ethnomusicology - Niagara chapter
‘Inta ‘Omri’: A Precious yet Painful Collaboration; A Merging of Western Influence and Eastern Tradition in Egyptian Music    

March 4-5

Eastman School of Music - Rochester, NY

            

Society for Ethnomusicology - MIDSEM chapter

The Absence of the Blue-Print: Informal Pedagogy and the Perpetuation of Classical Arabic Music

April 8-10

Bowling Green State University - Bowling Green, OH

            

Hybridity in Music Conference

East-West Hybridity in the Work of Arab-American Composers in the U.S. 

March 26

University of Miami - Miami, FL

                  

6th International Conference on the Arts in Society 

The Demise of Classical Arabic Music

May 9-11

Berlin-Brandenburg Academy of Sciences & Humanities - Berlin, Germany

            

2011 Society for Ethnomusicology/Congress on Research in Dance Annual Conference

Endgame: The Role of Arab-American Composers in the Preservation, Hybridization, and Eventual Evanescence of Traditional Arabic Music in the U.S.  

November 17-20

Philadelphia, PA

2010

Arabic Music Symposium

Arabic Music. Condition: Critical!

February 23

University of Florida - Gainesville, FL

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