Global and International Studies IUB

7th Annual Undergraduate Folklore & Ethnomusicology Symposium

Join us for the 7th Annual Undergraduate Folklore & Ethnomusicology Research Symposium, featuring presentations by students in the senior capstone course in the Department of Folklore and Ethnomusicology:

Laura Buhse, “Masking and Unmasking the Deviant: Humans and Monsters in Popular Narratives and Films”

Emily Coleman, “An Approach to Teaching Cultural Diversity through Lakota Lifeways”

Shawn Hindman, “Galveston, City of Hauntings: Textual and Contextual Variations in Legends”

Eleanor Hitchings, “Te Reo Maori: the Institutionalization of Indigenous Language and Culture in New Zealand Schools”

Perry H. McAninch, “Extreme Metal and Youth Subculture in Southern Indiana”

Rosalind Rini, “Representations of France in American Travel Literature: Cultural Politics and Poetics”

Grant Rowan, “Mixing Business and Community: An Ethnographic Study of Music Venues”

Samantha Scarlett Scheetz, “Home of the Brave: A Case Study on a Band and Its Community”

Catherine Spratt, “Who is Slender Man? A Folkloric Approach to an Internet Meme and Its Transmission”

Jon Stombaugh, “Music Universals: A History of Concepts and Theories”

Steven Watkins, “A History of Video Game Music: Forms, Participants, and Technologies”

Light reception to follow.

Start
Tuesday December 04, 2012 06:00 PM
End
Tuesday December 04, 2012 09:00 PM
Location
800 N. Indiana Ave. Performance and Lecture Hall
Contact
Department of Foklore and Ethnomusicology
Website
http://webdb.iu.edu/folkethno/scripts/index.cfm
Contact Email
folkethn@indiana.edu
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