Encounters 2010 Flyer | Encounters 2010 Film Flyer | Past Encounters: 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005

9:00 Walter Clark, CILAM director, University of California, Riverside
9:10 Rogerio Budasz, conference coordinator, University of California, Riverside
Zealous Clerics, Mischievous Musicians, and Pragmatic Politicians
10:00 Marcelo Campos Hazan, Columbia, South Carolina
Music and Sociopolitical Instability in Rio de Janeiro during the Regency Period (1831-1840)
10:50 Cristina Magaldi, Towson University
Race, Aesthetics, and Brazilian Music Historiography
11:40 Carlos Sandroni, Universidade Federal de Pernambuco
Samba and the Race Issue in Brazil


Lunch Intermission (Arroyo Vista Cafe)

1:10 Carlos Palombini, Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais
Eduardo das Neves sings George W. Johnson, Carmen Miranda sings the favela, 2 Live Crew engenders funk carioca: Issues of Ethnicity in Brazilian Popular Music of the 1910s, 1930s and 1990s
2:00 Darien Davis, Middlebury College
Transnational Blackness and the Globalization of Brazilian Popular Music
2:50 Frederick Moehn, Institute for Ethnomusicology-Music and Dance, Universidade Nova de Lisboa
Race, Ethnicity and Difference in a Contemporary Carioca Pop Music Scene
3:40 Coffee Intermission
4:00 Ron Conner, University of California, Los Angeles
Erasing and Re-racing the Beat: Rhythmic Change meets the Afro-Brazilian Paradox in Maracatu Cearense
4:50 John Murphy, University of North Texas
Rethinking Race and Ethnicity in Brazilian Music and Jazz
5:40 Concluding remarks

ROOM CHANGE: CHASS Interdisciplinary Building South . Screening Room 1128
FILM CHASS Interdisciplinary Building South
Screening Room 1128
8:00 Walter Clark
Vulgar Negroid Sambas': Issues of National Identity, Race, and Gender in That Night in Rio, with Carmen Miranda
8:20 Feature film presentation: That Night in Rio with Carmen Miranda