Music: Why we listen & Why we should
a Food for Thought module
When: Wed, 3/14 | 3/21 | 3/28 from 5:45-7:00 pm
Where: Harrison College House
Collegium and Harrison College House welcome students to this weekly dinner discussion exploring music and the role it plays–or should play–in our lives. This series is directed by Professor Naomi Waltham-Smith of the Music Department. Join our relaxed community of committed students and professors each week for this musical exploration.
Food for Thought invites students to explore perennial questions with the aid of good food and powerful texts (or music) but without the pressure of grades or papers.
Free Texts and Dinner are provided for registered participants.
Reserve your free dinner and texts by emailing Elizabeth at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Professor Naomi Waltham-Smith
Naomi Waltham-Smith is a theorist of sound and listening. In her research and creative projects, she is interested in how music and sound are implicated in some of the most significant and urgent political issues in our world today. Her work sits at the intersection of continental philosophy, sound studies, and music theory, and her interests extend from late 18th- and early 19th-century music to contemporary urban sound ecologies, and from post-Kantian European thought to Kafka and casinos.