On Friday, 10 November, 5:45–7:45pm CDT, RILM and RIPM will host a joint reception for all conference attendees in Director’s Row H.
Also on Friday, 10 November, 4:00pm–5:30pm CDT, Assistant Editor Martha Schulenburg will present her paper “Exotic Novelties and New Women: Orientalism and Appropriation in Tin Pan Alley” during the panel Composing the “Other” in the Early 20th Century in the Majesty Ballroom.
On Thursday, 9 November, 4:00–5:30pm CDT, Executive Director Tina Frühauf will present a paper on the critical reception of the Czech-Jewish composer Jaromír Weinberger in the contexts of interwar anti-Semitism, Jewishness, and nationalism in the Czech lands during the panel Representing Racialized Selves and Others in Czech Music in Plaza Ballroom D.
Throughout the conference, RILM staff can also be found at the RILM booth in the exhibition hall. Stop by to learn more about all of RILM’s resources.
You can peruse the whole program for the AMS/SMT conference here.