Our special session at AMS/SMT Milwaukee 2014 included six short papers, three respondents, and lots of engaging conversation. Video of the introduction and first three talks is posted below, though due to a technical glitch, we unfortunately didn’t capture video for the rest of the session. Text versions of the later papers are linked where available.
Introduction (Jennifer Iverson)
Joseph N. Straus, “Hearing Voices”
Stephanie Jensen-Moulton, “American Opera and Disability: The Case of Moby-Dick”
Tobin Siebers, respondent. Discussion.
Michael Bakan, “From Pathology to Neurodiversity: Music, Autism, and Ethnography”
Blake Howe, “Enforcing and Recasting Disability through Music”
Andrew Dell’Antonio and Elizabeth Grace, respondents.
Jennifer Iverson, “The Disabled Body in Babbitt’s Philomel and Wishart’s Red Bird”
Jessica Holmes, “Sensing and Expressing Voice in Christine Sun Kim’s Face Opera II”
Tobin Siebers, Andrew Dell’Antonio, and Elizabeth Grace, respondents. Discussion