Musicology students and faculty attended the annual meeting of the Society for American Music, held in Kansas City, February 28 through March 4. Professor Sarah Suhadolnik appeared as a speaker for a workshop, organized by the Committee on the Conference, entitled “Strategies for Designing, Doing, and Discussing Digital Humanities Projects.” Professor Marian Wilson Kimber, along with doctoral piano student Natalie Landowski, presented a lecture-recital, “In a Woman’s Voice: Spoken-Word Compositions by American Women.” The recital highlighted compositions discussed in her recent book, The Elocutionists: Women, Music, and the Spoken Word (University of Illinois Press, 2017). At the student lunch and business meeting, master’s student Andrew Tubbs was elected co-chair of SAM’s student forum for the upcoming year. Congratulations Andrew!
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