AMS / Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum Lecture Series
The American Musicological Society and the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum (RRHOFM) in Cleveland, Ohio, are collaborating on a new lecture series that brings scholarly work to a broader audience and showcases the musicological work of the top scholars in the field.
Free and open to the public, the lectures are held in Library Reading Room, Rock Hall Library and Archives (2809 Woodland Avenue, Cleveland). Directions and parking
Spring 2015: Mark Clague (University of Michigan), "'This Is America': Jimi Hendrix’s Reimaginings of the 'The Star-Spangled Banner' as Social Comment for Woodstock and Beyond"
Samantha Bennett (Australian National University), "Rock, Recording and Rebellion: Technology and Process in 1990s Record Production"
Christopher Doll (Rutgers University), "Nuclear Holocaust, the Kennedy Assassination, and 'Louie Louie': The Unlikely History of Sixties Rock and Roll"
Loren Kajikawa (University of Oregon), September 2013: "Before Rap: DJs, MCs, and Pre-1979 Hip Hop Performances"
Andrew Flory (Carleton College), December 2012: "Reissuing Marvin: Musicology and the Modern Expanded Edition"
David Brackett (McGill University), April 2012: "Fox-Trots, Hillbillies, and the Classic Blues: Categorizing Popular Music in the 1920s"
Albin Zak (University at Albany, SUNY), October 2011: "'A Thoroughly Bad Record': Elvis Presley’s 'Hound Dog' as Rock and Roll Manifesto"
Call for Lecture Proposals
Follow this link for full instructions if you are interested in participating in the AMS/RRHOFM Lecture Series.