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Talk by Philip Ewell

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    Kendra Leonard

    We’ve just received an invitation to attend an event hosted by UTSA on Monday, April 5. Thanks to Drew Stephen for thinking of us.
    The Institute of Music Research at UTSA is proud to extend an invitation for you to attend a talk by Philip Ewell, a leading music theorist who addresses issues of race, gender, and social justice in the humanities. In his talk, “How We Got Here, Where To Next: Examining Assimilationism in American Music Studies” he will engage us in a thought-provoking conversation that is valuable to many fields in academia- including the white-racial framing and sexism of many American studies.
    We would love to have an interdisciplinary audience, so please consider attending and inviting your colleagues and students. The talk will take place on Zoom, this coming Monday, 4/5, at 6PM CST. You can visit the music website (click here for a link to the calendar page) on the day of the talk for specific zoom information; a poster is attached here for you to share. All that is required for attendance is listing first and last name and an email address.
    If you have any questions, please contact Jennifer Beavers (

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