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  • 04/14/2021 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM https://virginiatech.zoom.us/j/86085625972?pwd=NEhpUDNGcE5mSDFSaVNqOVNTVjF0UT09 Introduction to NIH funding Sponsored by the Institute for Society, Culture, and Environment and the College of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences. A workshop for faculty interested in applying for funding from the National Institutes of Health. Registration is required.
  • 04/14/2021 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM https://profdev.tlos.vt.edu/browse/researchdiscovery/courses/sirc16-041421 Before the Common Rule: The Role of the Black United Front in Protecting Research Participants in Boston during the 1970s The SIRC Investigator Series: Conversations with Researchers initiative provides Virginia Tech researchers with a forum to share the ethical considerations that guide their research. In the "Before the Common Rule" installment of the Division of Scholarly Integrity and Research Compliance (SIRC) Investigator Series, Wornie Reed, a professor of sociology and Africana studies at Virginia Tech, will discuss his work on the Community Research Review Committee. The Community Research Review Committee was a project of the Boston Black United Front, and as such had broad community power to carry out its mandate to review research planned or being done in or on the local Black community, and to stop research believed to violate the protection of human subjects. Reed was a member of the Community Research Review Committee for three years and chair for two years. Before joining the Virginia Tech faculty, Reed was professor of Africana studies and sociology and director of the Africana Studies Program at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville. He now directs Virginia Tech's Race and Social Policy Research Center, based in the Department of Sociology. Reed earned his bachelor's degree in secondary education (in science and mathematics) at Alabama State University and his master's degree and PhD in sociology from Boston University.
  • 04/15/2021 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM Panel Discussion: "The New Normal of Education in the United States and Germany" This is the fifth event in the inaugural speaker series organized by the Collaboratory for German Studies in Virginia (CGSV); the series, "The New Normal: The U.S. and Germany Now," explores how life in the U.S. and Germany and the relationship between the two countries have changed due to recent social and political developments. Guest presenters Helmut Kehlenbeck, German Central Agency for Schools Abroad, and Doug Tibbett, Chesterfield County Public Schools, will discuss to what extent the German and American approaches to teaching in times of Corona - online, hybrid, in-person - create a new pedagogical normality. A Q&A session follows. The moderator is Jennifer Hansen-Glucklich, Assistant Professor of German, University of Mary Washington. The CGSV is a partnership among the German programs of the University of Mary Washington, University of Virginia, Virginia Commonwealth University, Virginia Tech, and William & Mary. Zoom login details are available here: https://umw-sso.zoom.us/j/82938173605?pwd=amxOMzE3QkZNR1NQM21JQ3hYT0VuUT09.
  • 04/15/2021 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM Zoom Protect Your Spirit: Native Resistance to Settler Violence
  • 04/15/2021 6:30 PM - 11:59 PM online SHO - A virtual poetry reading by Douglas Kearney and videos by Laura Iancu The Rose Library at Emory University is excited to host a virtual reading featuring poet, performer, and librettist Douglas Kearney, and a video screening of works by visual artist Laura Iancu. SHO is the result of months of fervid collaboration between Laura Iancu, Instructor of Cinema, School of Performing Arts, and poet/artist Douglas Kearney with support from curator Nick Twemlow and ElectroChemist / Vodou Composter Val Jeanty. These innovative artists will hold a Q&A right after the event. Link to the Q&A will be posted in the YouTube Live chat during the event. Kearney will read from his brand new book, Sho (Wave Books). He is the author of six previous collections and is the recipient of a Whiting Writer's Award and a Foundation for Contemporary Arts Cy Twombly Award for Poetry. He dropped Fodder (Fonograf Editions), his first album (vinyl & digital), in collaboration with Val Jeanty, in March. Visual artist Laura Iancu works primarily in hybrid video forms and immersive 3D animation and gaming. Her multimedia work has been exhibited in galleries and theatres around the world. Presented by the Stuart A. Rose Manuscript, Archives, and Rare Book Library with sponsorship by the Hightower Fund, and co-sponsorship by Emory's Department of Film and Media.
  • 04/16/2021 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM Virtual Symposium on Mass Incarceration, Communities and Families (Virtual Seminar/Confrence) Join the Department of Human Development and Family Science (HDFS) at Virginia Tech on Friday, April 16, 2021, from 8:30am to 4:30 pm virtually to learn how mass incarceration impacts families and communities. The symposium is a dynamic forum to address criminal justice reform and dives deep into the challenges experienced by families and communities living with the collateral consequences of imprisonment. Panelists consist of community leaders, social justice activists, justice involved persons and family members, and scholars from the Virginia Tech community as well as other Virginia universities. The symposium will be a high-energy day full of rich discussion and collaboration. Please join us in the spirit of community, translational scholarship, and service. This event is FREE and open to the public. You're invited! Register Now! Keynote Speaker Ms. Kemba Smith. Ms. Smith is a formerly incarcerated person who was pardoned by President Clinton and founded the Kemba Smith Foundation. The work of the foundation is centered on community education and advocacy around incarceration and reentry, public health (e.g. drug abuse, domestic violence), and providing resources and counseling for families of the incarcerated. Policy Facilitator Dr. Larry Terry. Dr. Terry is the director of the Weldon Cooper Center for Public Service at UVA and Lecturer of Public Policy. He is a leader in community engagement and currently works with state legislators on identifying best practices and strategies for criminal justice reform.
  • 04/16/2021 8:30 AM - 3:00 PM https://virginiatech.zoom.us/j/89794743934?pwd=aGxDQnhJWHJEbHNDKzZJSmhpeVU1QT09 Body Politics: Online Women and Gender Studies Annual Conference Join us to hear essays on Body Politics by both Graduate and Undergraduate students. Essays on working bodies, bodies that move, (im)possible feminist bodies and bodily signification in multiple contexts including engineering, the life cycle, urban space, gender reveal parties and more. Program here: https://tinyurl.com/dp4d32hz Friday April 16 8:30am-3pm Using your Virginia Tech credentials log in here: https://virginiatech.zoom.us/j/89794743934?pwd=aGxDQnhJWHJEbHNDKzZJSmhpeVU1QT09 Meeting ID: 897 9474 3934 Passcode: WGS
  • 04/16/2021 12:00 PM - 11:59 PM Zoom The demise of the left and growth of rightwing populism in Europe This joint event between CEUTTSS and the Atlantic Council discusses the patterns between neoliberal economic policies, decreased support for leftwing parties, and the rise of rightwing populism in Europe. Featuring: Dr. Sheri Berman, Professor of Political Science, Barnard College, Columbia University Dr. Yascha Mounk, Associate Professor of the Practice of International Affairs, School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS), Johns Hopkins University Dr. Dalibor Rohac, Resident Scholar, American Enterprise Institute (AEI) Dr. Maria Snegovaya, Research Fellow, Center for European Union, Transatlantic & Trans-European Space Studies (CEUTTSS) A Jean Monnet Center of Excellence, Virginia Tech; Nonresident Fellow, Eurasia Center, Atlantic Council Moderated by Mr. Ben Haddad, Director, Europe Center, Atlantic Council
  • 04/16/2021 1:00 PM - 11:59 PM STS Seminar Diana Montano (Washington University) "Brincadores & Ladrones: Electricity and Everyday Life in Mexico City, 1901-1918."
  • 04/17/2021 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM Register here: https://hopin.com/sign_up Sustainable Development Goals Launch Event On April 17, 2021, the College of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences, in partnership with Foundation for Environmental Stewardship (FES) a youth-led, youth-serving sustainable development organization, is launching a program to celebrate the UN Sustainable Development Goals. These are the 17 areas that the UN has issued an urgent call for action through global partnership. The goals recognize that ending poverty and solving other pressing problems must go along with strategies that improve health and education, reduce inequality all while addressing climate change, and preserving our environment. This is your chance to learn all about the SDG, meet those who have worked closely on these goals, and gain knowledge on how to mobilize for change. VT Students can register for this free virtual program that will be held on Saturday, April 17, to help launch the Sustainable Development Goals. Students will hear from speakers, and will participate in activities related to the SDG. Students will be able to participate in the following: -Review the history of sustainable development, the structure of the SDG (17 goals, 169 targets, 231 indicators), and examples of each of the 17 SDG implemented by a variety of stakeholders. -Have a chance to engage with Gary Fowlie, a retired UN staff member, who will share how their agency or department underwent a transformation to implement the holistic SDG in partnership with its communities. -Learn about many examples of SDG's implementation by young people across the world and gain insight on how to mobilize around the SDG to affect change.
  • 04/17/2021 5:00 PM - 6:00 PM online streaming Sarah Naugle | clarinet recital Sarah Naugle performs a clarinet recital with pianist Gregory Millar.
  • 04/18/2021 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM online streaming Michael Briggs | cello recital Michael Briggs performs a cello recital with pianist Gregory Millar.
  • 04/18/2021 5:00 PM - 6:00 PM online streaming Miranda Hughes | percussion recial Miranda Hughes performs a percussion recital.
  • 04/19/2021 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM Webinar Danille Christensen - The Art and Science of Preserving: Food, the Humanities, and Knowledge Regimes Canning today is often used as shorthand for "food preserved in jars" although, historically, vernacular nomenclature separated preserving from plain canning. The former included items that depended on high sugar or high acetic or lactic acid content, while the latter referenced a newer process that aimed to maintain the "natural" taste of a greater range f foods by relying mostly on heat rather than additives. This presentation examines both processes in relation to broader discourses about how knowledge and knowers are made, classified, and ranked. The conversation around home-bottled fruits and vegetables can tell us much about knowledge regimes, including the segregation of art from science. It is not an accident that we still recognize jellies and pickles as artisanal, while "plain" canning is couched in the language of technology-assisted measurement and scientific prescription. Dr. Danille Christensen is an Assistant Professor of Public Humanities in Virginia Tech's Department of Religion and Culture. Broadly concerned with rhetorics of vernacular performance, she combines archival and ethnographic research with close analysis of texts, objects, and technologies, focusing on the ways social hierarchies are maintained and refigured through discursive and material means. Her current book project - a study of how and why home canning has been promoted in the United States over the last century or so - concentrates on how repeated canning enthusiasms reflect varied social and technological contexts even as they bolster fairly stable notions about who possesses legitimate, authoritative knowledge. The Virginia Tech center for Humanities presents a series of talks with faculty research associates who will discuss their work. This talk is free and open to the public and we invite anyone to attend. There will be a brief question and answer session following the presentation. If you are a person with a disability and desire an accommodation, please contact the Center for Humanities at 540.231.1981 or email humanities@vt.edu at least 10 business days prior to the event.
  • 04/19/2021 7:30 PM - 8:30 PM online streaming Music on Mondays: Hsiang Tu performs 'Musical Birds and Co.' Join us for a piano recital featuring not only musical birds but also a host of other wonderful animals. Praised by The New York Times for his "eloquent sensitivity" and The Boston Intelligencer for his "impeccable technique," School of Performing Arts Assistant Professor Tu has graced audiences around the world with his creative programming and wide range of repertoire.
  • 04/20/2021 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM https://virginiatech.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZ0of--urzorEtdoRo6sQToWMfmXnZkgqKpF National Endowment for the Humanities Grants for Faculty An information session about the range of funding opportunities from the National Endowment for the Humanities, including research fellowships, public scholars, digital humanities, summer institutes, and humanities connections. Registration is required.
  • 04/20/2021 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM Racism, Politics, and Evangelicalism Anthea Butler, an associate professor of religious studies and Africana studies at the University of Pennsylvania, will discuss the interactions of racism and white American evangelicalism in American politics. Butler's presentation, "Race, Politics, and Evangelicalism," will take the form of an online conversation with Sylvester Johnson, founding director of the Virginia Tech Center for Humanities and a nationally recognized humanities scholar specializing in the study of technology, race, religion, and national security. Note: This event will not be recorded, at the speaker's request.
  • 04/20/2021 5:30 PM - 11:59 PM online VT Percussion Ensemble Virginia Tech Percussion, directed by Annie Stevens, presents an evening of percussion chamber music. Highlights include the premiere of Glow Dance! by Shruthi Rajasekar and the premiere of Eric Lyon's arrangement of Helter Skelter for marimba quartet. The students in the ensemble will also be performing with the Escape Ten duo's new line of marimba mallets made by Malletech!
  • 04/21/2021 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM https://profdev.tlos.vt.edu/courses/sirc17-042121 The Ethics of the Personal Narrative as 'Data' in Human Subject-Based Fieldwork in India and the U.S. The SIRC Investigator Series: Conversations with Researchers initiative provides Virginia Tech researchers with a forum to share the ethical considerations that guide their research. Suchitra Samanta will discuss her experiences in researching Muslim women and education in India and on Asian American women in U.S. community colleges as part of the Division of Scholarly Integrity and Research Compliance (SIRC) Investigator Series. Samanta is a collegiate associate professor in the Women's and Gender Studies Program in the Department of Sociology. She teaches courses on feminist activism, global and transnational gender inequity issues, feminist theory, and the Asian American experience. As a cultural anthropologist, Samanta uses largely qualitative research methods that require in-person interaction with human subjects over a period of time. She notes that this interaction can involve discrepancies of power, and the researcher needs a reflexive awareness of his or her position relative to the research participant.
  • 04/21/2021 5:00 PM - 6:30 PM Virtual PPE Distinguished Public Lecture: Adam Tooze Adam Tooze, Shelby Cullom Davis Chair of History and Director of the European Institute at Columbia University, will deliver the 2021 PPE Distinguished Public Lecture. Professor Tooze is author of Crashed: How a Decade of Financial Crises Change the World (2018). In 2019, Foreign Policy Magazine named him one of the top Global Thinkers of the decade. At Virginia Tech, Professor Tooze will speak about the "Shutdown: How COVID Shook the World Economy." All faculty, students, and members of the public are welcome to attend this lecture. However, advance registration is required under this link: https://virginiatech.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_sfTB6Ro0TMCiIcGGdxqTxw
  • 04/22/2021 11:00 AM - 12:30 PM Webinar Developing Transatlantic Digital Trade: What are the obstacles? Schwab (Germany-EPP), Member of European Parliament, will give a short keynote address. A panel moderated by Besnik Pula (CEUTTSS) will will address new questions raised by the rise of the digital economy for the governance of transatlantic trade.Panel features Benjamin Angel, European Commission, TAXUD; Francesco Duina, Bates College & Jean Monnet Network on Transatlantic Trade Politics; and Urska Petrovcic, of the Hudson Institute. Event organized by European Parliament Liaison Office, Washington DC, and CEUTTSS.
  • 04/22/2021 7:00 PM - 8:15 PM The Families' Civil War A free online lecture and discussion with Dr. Holly Pinheiro, who will present his research on Black Civil War soldiers and their families from the 1850s through the 1930s.
  • 04/23/2021 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM 2021 ASPECT Graduate Student Conference ASPECT 2021 Graduate Student Conference
  • 04/23/2021 1:30 PM - 11:59 PM STS Seminar Burian-McNabb Lecture: Pierre-Olivier Methot (University Laval) "The Logic of Life 50 years later: Francois Jacob and the Historical Approach to Biology"
  • 04/23/2021 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM Virtual (Zoom Meeting ID: 87634306681) Kaffeeklatsch Extra: Corona-German Join the German program for an extra Kaffeeklatsch this month. The theme is "Corona-Deutsch." Join us to: talk about new German words related to the pandemic; guess their meanings; and make up your own. Come for the entire hour or only for a few minutes to take a break from studying or working and to chat - in German - with friends, fellow students, and professors. Contact Dr. Debra Stoudt for the Zoom meeting pass code.
  • 04/24/2021 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM online streaming Jillian Donahue | mezzo-soprano Jillian Donahue performs a vocal recital with pianist Lisa Millar.
  • 04/24/2021 2:30 PM - 3:30 PM online streaming Dijuan Gilbert | flute Dijuan Gilbert performs a flute recital with pianist Gregory Millar.
  • 04/24/2021 5:00 PM - 6:00 PM Online streaming Sydney Dayyani, flute recital Syndey Dayyani performs a junior flute recital with pianist Lisa Millar.
  • 04/24/2021 7:30 PM - 8:30 PM online streaming Josie Bowman | vocal recital Soprano Josie Bowman performs a vocal recital.
  • 04/25/2021 3:00 PM - 4:30 PM online streaming Opera Workshop Students perform opera selections, showcasing their work from the semester.
  • 04/26/2021 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM Webinar Liora Goldensher: Homebirth after COVID By late March 2020, COVID-19 held the World Health Organization's official pandemic designation for a mere two weeks. Public schools across the United States were sending their students home, states had begun to issue stay-at-home orders, and grocery stores struggles to keep shelves stocked with staples. Journalistic sources began to report on the ways that perinatal care, like all aspects of healthcare, was being radically reshaped by the pandemic. Many reported that parents were seeking out homebirth midwives in rapidly increasing numbers.Some were concerned that hospital birth might expose them to the virus, while other sought out homebirths when hospitals' policies became more restrictive - when, for example, New York City hospitals began to ban partners and other family members from attending births, a decision that was later reversed. Reporters described homebirth midwives coming out of retirement to meet increased demand, hiring additional staff, and inundated with as many as twenty times their typical rate of requests from parents for care. States where homebirth midwives had fought bitter, decades-long battles among themselves and with state departments of health over the question of whether and how they might be licensed to provide care suddenly saw executive orders and quick legislative action. In this talk, Dr. Goldensher will provide early findings from interviews with practicing midwives looking back on the past year of midwifery during the pandemic, describing changes to clinical practice, partnerships with other care providers, client populations, legal contexts, and more. Dr. Liora Goldensher is a postdoctoral associate in the Department of Science, Technology, and Society. Her research interests are in expertise and the professions, the afterlives of twentieth century constructivisms and feminist epistemologies, and legal heterogeneity. She teaches courses in women's and gender studies with a focus on health and medicine. The Virginia Tech Center for Humanities presents a series of talks with faculty research associates who will discuss their work. This talk if free and open to the public and we invite anyone to attend. there will be a brief question and answer session with viewers following the presentation. If you are a person with a disability and desire an accommodation, please contact the Center for Humanities at 540.231.1981 or email humanities@vt.edu at least 10 business days prior to the event.
  • 04/27/2021 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM Virtual You Can Write It A virtual workshop series for Graduate Students. Dr. Monique Dufour and Dr. Justin Grimes January 26 - How to Get Started February 23 - Building Momentum March 23 - How to Be a Good Collaborator April 27 - From Class Paper to Publication Attend one, or attend them all! Register here for the link: https://virginiatech.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_d40IfMLy5bEJHGB
  • 04/28/2021 6:00 PM - 11:59 PM online Melodies and Monologues: A Student Revue - Spring Awakening Online premiere available to view Wednesday, April 28 at 6 p.m. Music and Monologues: A Student Revue - Spring Awakening is a student showcase featuring work from visual and performing artists. After a cold winter left behind desolate living conditions, spring is awakening and bringing things back to life! In this student showcase featuring work from visual and performing artists, we hope to symbolize the strong parallels between the turn of the seasons and everyday transitions we see in our society through pandemic recovery and political reform.
  • 04/28/2021 7:00 PM - 11:59 PM Virtual (Zoom Meeting ID: 89072405145 Maifest Maifest is the annual end-of-the-year celebration that recognizes student award winners, Delta Phi Alpha (German honor society) initiates, and graduating students in German. This year's celebration will take place virtually, with a review of activities and recognition of student accomplishments followed by time to socialize. All participants in and friends of the VT German program are welcome. Contact Dr. Debra Stoudt for the Zoom meeting passcode.
  • 04/28/2021 7:30 PM - 11:59 PM Online Zoom A Silent Voice Movie Live-Tweet The Department of Religion and Culture will be showing its final film in its 2021 Film Series, A Silent Voice. Join us for a live tweet with Profs. Candace Buckner Ducharme (@VT_RLCL) and Aaron Ansell (@prof_ansell) and follow the #RLCLMovieNight and #NotSoSilent hashtags. You can use your own stream or join ours at https://bit.ly/3cUH7LH, which will be closed captioned and shared via Zoom.
  • 04/29/2021 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM Panel Discussion: "The New Normal in Economics" This is the sixth and final event in the inaugural speaker series organized by the Collaboratory for German Studies in Virginia (CGSV); the series explores how life in the U.S. and Germany and the relationship between the two countries have changed due to recent social and political developments. Guest presenters Dietmar Rieg, President and CEO of the German-American Chamber of Commerce, New York City, and Don Lee, Assistant Professor in the Department of Economics at the University of Mary Washington, will discuss how events in recent years have influenced trade between Germany and the U.S. and if there will be changes. The moderator is Debra Stoudt, Professor of German and Associate Dean in the College of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences at Virginia Tech. A Q&A session follows. The CGSV is a partnership among the German programs of the University of Mary Washington, University of Virginia, Virginia Commonwealth University, Virginia Tech, and William & Mary. Zoom login details are available here: https://umw-sso.zoom.us/j/86262052137?pwd=dlFrNTJtVFgxR2lidGtuNUs3QWp4UT09.
  • 04/29/2021 12:30 PM - 1:45 PM Webinar Economists, Global Travel, and German Imperial Politics Eric Grimmer-Solem (Wesleyan University) will speak on his most recent book Learning Empire: Globalization and the German Quest for World Status, 1875-1919 (Cambridge UP, 2019). His book examines the process of German globalization---a process that began in the 1870s, well before Germany acquired a colonial empire or extensive overseas commercial interests and comes to a dramatic end with the outbreak of World War I. Structured around the figures of five influential economists who shaped the German political landscape, Learning Empire explores how their overseas experiences shaped public perceptions of the world and Germany's place in it. Looking closely at German worldwide entanglements, Learning Empire recasts how we interpret German imperialism, the origins of the First World War, and the rise of Nazism and invites reflection on the challenges of globalization in the current century.
  • 04/30/2021 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM Creative Technologies in Music on-demand junior recitals Creative Technologies in Music presents three junior recitals, featuring computer music, film scores, popular songs, and produced recordings, composed and performed by Jaden delaConcepcion, Caroline Flynn, and James Gilchrist, students in the Creative Technologies in Music Composition program. View on demand beginning April 15.
  • 04/30/2021 1:30 PM - 11:59 PM STS Seminar Kuan Hung-Lo Dissertation Seminar: "Deploying a Semi-society: Adaptations in the Robotics Laboratory"
  • 04/30/2021 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM Virtual (Zoom Meeting ID: 978 7078 1606) Kaffeeklatsch Join the German program for its once-a-month Kaffeeklatsch. Come for the entire hour or only for a few minutes to take a break from studying or working and to chat - in German - with friends, fellow students, and professors. Contact Dr. Esther Bauer for the Zoom meeting pass code.
  • 05/01/2021 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM Creative Technologies in Music on-demand junior recitals Creative Technologies in Music presents three junior recitals, featuring computer music, film scores, popular songs, and produced recordings, composed and performed by Jaden delaConcepcion, Caroline Flynn, and James Gilchrist, students in the Creative Technologies in Music Composition program. View on demand beginning April 15.
  • 05/01/2021 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM online streaming Julian Thomas | trumpet recital Julian Thomas performs a trumpet recital with pianist Gregory Millar.
  • 05/01/2021 2:30 PM - 3:30 PM online streaming Aly Fuller | vocal recital Soprano Aly Fuller performs a vocal recital with pianist Lisa Millar.
  • 05/01/2021 5:00 PM - 6:00 PM Online streaming Kathy Strong, vocal recital Soprano Kathy Strong performs a vocal recital with pianist Lisa Millar.
  • 05/02/2021 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM Creative Technologies in Music on-demand junior recitals Creative Technologies in Music presents three junior recitals, featuring computer music, film scores, popular songs, and produced recordings, composed and performed by Jaden delaConcepcion, Caroline Flynn, and James Gilchrist, students in the Creative Technologies in Music Composition program. View on demand beginning April 15.
  • 05/02/2021 7:30 PM - 11:59 PM online 'Alice Underground' Alice Underground based on "Alice in Wonderland" and "Alice Through the Looking-Glass" by Lewis Carroll Adapted by Amanda Nelson and Whitney Eggers 'Alice Underground' will premiere online on YouTube on May 2 at 7:30 p.m. Optional registration available through the webpage. After a year defined by muted screens, distance learning, and Zoom happy hours, Alice, a college student, falls down the rabbit hole into a world almost as strange as the one she left behind. Careening from mad tea parties to grinning cats to the dreaded Queen of Hearts, Alice Underground poses a question: in the midst of the uncontrollable, who are you?
  • 05/03/2021 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM Creative Technologies in Music on-demand junior recitals Creative Technologies in Music presents three junior recitals, featuring computer music, film scores, popular songs, and produced recordings, composed and performed by Jaden delaConcepcion, Caroline Flynn, and James Gilchrist, students in the Creative Technologies in Music Composition program. View on demand beginning April 15.
  • 05/04/2021 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM Creative Technologies in Music on-demand junior recitals Creative Technologies in Music presents three junior recitals, featuring computer music, film scores, popular songs, and produced recordings, composed and performed by Jaden delaConcepcion, Caroline Flynn, and James Gilchrist, students in the Creative Technologies in Music Composition program. View on demand beginning April 15.
  • 05/05/2021 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM Creative Technologies in Music on-demand junior recitals Creative Technologies in Music presents three junior recitals, featuring computer music, film scores, popular songs, and produced recordings, composed and performed by Jaden delaConcepcion, Caroline Flynn, and James Gilchrist, students in the Creative Technologies in Music Composition program. View on demand beginning April 15.
  • 05/06/2021 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM Creative Technologies in Music on-demand junior recitals Creative Technologies in Music presents three junior recitals, featuring computer music, film scores, popular songs, and produced recordings, composed and performed by Jaden delaConcepcion, Caroline Flynn, and James Gilchrist, students in the Creative Technologies in Music Composition program. View on demand beginning April 15.
  • 05/07/2021 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM Creative Technologies in Music on-demand junior recitals Creative Technologies in Music presents three junior recitals, featuring computer music, film scores, popular songs, and produced recordings, composed and performed by Jaden delaConcepcion, Caroline Flynn, and James Gilchrist, students in the Creative Technologies in Music Composition program. View on demand beginning April 15.
  • 05/08/2021 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM Creative Technologies in Music on-demand junior recitals Creative Technologies in Music presents three junior recitals, featuring computer music, film scores, popular songs, and produced recordings, composed and performed by Jaden delaConcepcion, Caroline Flynn, and James Gilchrist, students in the Creative Technologies in Music Composition program. View on demand beginning April 15.
  • 05/09/2021 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM Creative Technologies in Music on-demand junior recitals Creative Technologies in Music presents three junior recitals, featuring computer music, film scores, popular songs, and produced recordings, composed and performed by Jaden delaConcepcion, Caroline Flynn, and James Gilchrist, students in the Creative Technologies in Music Composition program. View on demand beginning April 15.
  • 05/10/2021 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM Creative Technologies in Music on-demand junior recitals Creative Technologies in Music presents three junior recitals, featuring computer music, film scores, popular songs, and produced recordings, composed and performed by Jaden delaConcepcion, Caroline Flynn, and James Gilchrist, students in the Creative Technologies in Music Composition program. View on demand beginning April 15.
  • 05/11/2021 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM Creative Technologies in Music on-demand junior recitals Creative Technologies in Music presents three junior recitals, featuring computer music, film scores, popular songs, and produced recordings, composed and performed by Jaden delaConcepcion, Caroline Flynn, and James Gilchrist, students in the Creative Technologies in Music Composition program. View on demand beginning April 15.
  • 05/12/2021 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM Creative Technologies in Music on-demand junior recitals Creative Technologies in Music presents three junior recitals, featuring computer music, film scores, popular songs, and produced recordings, composed and performed by Jaden delaConcepcion, Caroline Flynn, and James Gilchrist, students in the Creative Technologies in Music Composition program. View on demand beginning April 15.
  • 05/13/2021 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM Creative Technologies in Music on-demand junior recitals Creative Technologies in Music presents three junior recitals, featuring computer music, film scores, popular songs, and produced recordings, composed and performed by Jaden delaConcepcion, Caroline Flynn, and James Gilchrist, students in the Creative Technologies in Music Composition program. View on demand beginning April 15.
  • 05/14/2021 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM Creative Technologies in Music on-demand junior recitals Creative Technologies in Music presents three junior recitals, featuring computer music, film scores, popular songs, and produced recordings, composed and performed by Jaden delaConcepcion, Caroline Flynn, and James Gilchrist, students in the Creative Technologies in Music Composition program. View on demand beginning April 15.
  • 05/15/2021 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM Creative Technologies in Music on-demand junior recitals Creative Technologies in Music presents three junior recitals, featuring computer music, film scores, popular songs, and produced recordings, composed and performed by Jaden delaConcepcion, Caroline Flynn, and James Gilchrist, students in the Creative Technologies in Music Composition program. View on demand beginning April 15.