Schedule

MUSIC, LANGUAGE, AND EMOTION WORKSHOP II: Friday, March 6, 2015 

Please complete free registration for this event here.

10AM-4:30PM in the Humanities Institute, HUMANITIES 1008

10:15 – Introductory Remarks
John Drury, Assistant Professor of Linguistics
Perry Goldstein, Music Department Chair
Sacha Kopp, Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences

10:30 – Isabelle Peretz (University of Montreal)
Musical invasion of the neural circuits for vocal emotions

11:30 – Psyche Loui (Wesleyan University)
Action and Perception in the Musical Brain

12:30 – LUNCH BREAK

2:00   – David Temperley (Eastman School of Music)
Arbitrariness in Language and Music

3:00   – David Poeppel (New York University)
The temporal envelope of speech and music: what might a brain encode?

4:00   – BREAK

4:45PM-END in WANG CENTER LECTURE HALL 2

4:45  – Fred Lerdahl (Columbia University)
Poetry as Music

5:45  – Margaret Schedel (Stony Brook University)
Christopher Howard (Stony Brook University) performs Schedel’s Tattoo of a Gesture, for percussion and electronics

Fall 2014 MONTHLY SPEAKER SERIES

Wednesday, December 10, 2014  5:00pm

SBS S207 (Linguistics Dept. Seminar Room)

TALK:
JOHN DRURY (Department of Linguistics, Stony Brook University)
Music, Language, Math, and Visual Narrative: In Search of Shared/Distinct Neurocognitive Mechanisms

Tuesday, November 4, 2014  5:30pm

SBS S207 (Linguistics Dept. Seminar Room)

TALK:
LEE BLACKSTONE (Department of Sociology, SUNY Old Westbury)
Webs of Meaning:  The Sociology of Music and an Interpretation of Southern Italian Tarantism

Tuesday, October 7, 2014  5:30pm

SBS S207 (Linguistics Dept. Seminar Room)

TALK:
ANDREW CONKLIN (Department of Music, Stony Brook University)
A grid-based look at syncopation in popular music

MUSIC, LANGUAGE AND EMOTION WORKSHOP: April 12, 2013

Wang Center, Room 201:

10:00 – Introduction

10:15 – Michael Schober (New School for Social Research)
and Neta Spiro (Nordiff-Robbins Center for Music Therapy)
How much do jazz players share understanding of their performance?  A case study

11:00 – Arnie Cox (Oberlin College Conservatory)
Tripartite Subjectivity in Music Listening

12:00 – LUNCH BREAK

1:30 – Carol Lynne Krumhansl (Cornell University)
Music and Memory

2:15 – Nicole Calma and John Drury (Stony Brook University)
Revisiting Shared Resources for Language and Music

3:00 – COFFEE BREAK (Skylight Lounge)

Wang Center, Lecture Hall 1:

3:45 – Robert Slevc (University of Maryland)
Common structural processes in language and music

4:30 – David Pesetsky (MIT)
Language and Music: same structures, different building blocks

5:30 – RECEPTION (Skylight Lounge)

6:30 – Musical Performance
Andrew Conklin, Branic Howard, Richard Vaudrey (Stony Brook University)

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