Indigenous Relations and Unexpectedness: Intergenerational Sound Knowledge

Friday, Apr 15, 2022 | 9:30 am - 3:00 pm

Hybrid Event - In-Person & Zoom Webinar
Location is ADA accessible

Indigenous Sound Studies (CRG AY 21-22 Research Working Group) presents:

“Indigenous Relations and Unexpectedness” Symposium
April 15th, 2022
9:30 am – 3:00 pm PST

Hybrid Event
In-personClick here to register. (Native Community Center, Eshleman Rd, Berkeley, CA)
Zoom Webinar – Click here to register.

Dear community,

The Indigenous Sound Studies working group presents our second annual symposium!

The theme for the Spring 2022 Indigenous Sound Studies symposium is “Indigenous Relations and Unexpectedness” where we discuss projects expanding intergenerational sound knowledge. This hybrid event will include a keynote conversation with guest speakers Dr. Jessica Bissett Perea and Dr. John-Carlos Perea followed by a graduate student panel.

Live performances by music artists Chhoti Maa and Palomx will conclude these conversations. This event exemplifies conceptual uses of relationality and unexpectedness in Indigenous sound projects to expand the field of sound and music studies. Food will be provided for in-person guests.

The Indigenous Sound Studies working group symposium is supported by grants from the Center for Race and Gender and Office for Graduate Diversity, and generously co-sponsored by the American Indian Graduate Program and the Native American Student Development office at UC Berkeley. 

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