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Archivist and Digital Librarian Laurie Lee Moses participated in an invitational workshop and dinner hosted by the Center for the Study of Race, Politics and Culture and the Arts Public Life Initiative at the University of Chicago. young presented new work at the Arts Incubator in Washington Park—participants read aloud and discussed texts from his music/poetry project, which is in development.
This summer, she returns to the classroom at the University of Chicago through the Graham School of Continuing Studies, where she will teach an introductory course in Western Art Music.
Though an inventory for this new collection was not yet available, the researcher found several LPs to be thought-provoking (one with a comic book or graphic novel style booklet insert, pictured here), as well as the small book “How to Play Zimbabwe’s Mbira Huru using a Very Simple Number Method” by “Mr.
Kanga-Fry” Katonje Judah Nembire (Zimbabwe: Zimbabwe Mbira Music Distance Education Project (Pvt) Ltd., 1995).
Dorsey, which is one of seventeen cassette tapes in “Hayakawa's Jazz Seminar” series (1971) donated to the CBMR by Marya Mc Quirter.
Shirinda and Family with The Explorers.” Nsati wa mina. Audio cassette tape of an interview with Lovie Austin and Thomas A.
His project, titled “Paul Robeson to 1940: An Artist-Activist Emerges,” is in support of a new Robeson biography which will significantly augment existing Robeson scholarship by focusing on Robeson’s performance, recording, and film careers (particularly in his early developmental years), including an examination of Robeson’s relationship to and consciousness of recording technology, the rapid development of which parallels his life.
Riis states “Though Robeson recorded more than 200 songs in at least a dozen languages, no systematic study has ever been applied to this body of work, and even less notice has been paid to his eleven films—most of which feature Robeson singing at one point or another.” Riis continues “Robeson is rarely if ever discussed in music history courses, which seems to be a serious omission worth correcting.Moses continues to explore new ways to present and discover cultural heritage materials online—she took an advanced mobile and web applications design course at Columbia College’s CITES training center and attended an online workshop on access to audio collections presented in the May conference of the Association for Recorded Sound Collections.Deputy Director Morris Phibbs has been appointed a continuing music panelist for the Illinois Arts Council in 2013.This spring, Manager of Web Applications Peter Shultz taught the undergraduate Honors Seminar for the Department of Music at the University of Chicago.In April he taught a class in open-source technologies for humanities dissertation writers, funded by a Graduate Innovation Grant.She is currently finishing her dissertation, for which she has received generous funding through a Swift Endowment Scholarship, a Laura Campbell Rhind Research Fund Award, and, most recently, the Parker and Julie Hall Dissertation Scholarship.