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Fields and Forms: Legacies of Collecting and the Forms of Knowledge in Ethnomusicology and Islamic Art
This keynote panel draws together two of the finest collections in the world, the Humboldt Forum of Berlin and the Department of Islamic Art at The Metropolitan Museum of New York. Taking up the theme of Interwoven, speakers explore how the collections and their interpretations are themselves interwoven across time and space, across modes of knowledge production, and from the present to the past.

Panelists (Keynotes Discussion)

Niall Atkinson (Introduction/Moderator), Associate Professor of Art History, Romance Languages and Literature, and the College, University of Chicago
Philip Bohlman (Moderator), Ludwig Rosenberger Distinguished Service Professor in Jewish History, Department of Music and the Humanities in the College, University of Chicago
Anna Seastrand (Moderator), Assistant Professor of Art History, University of Minnesota
Lars-Christian Koch (Keynote), Director of the Ethnological Museum Berlin and Head of Collections for the Humboldt Forum of Berlin
Navina Najat Haidar (Keynote), Nasser Sabah al-Ahmad al-Sabah Curator in Charge of the Department of Islamic Art, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York


Performance: Peshkaar in Raga Chandrakauns (encore)

Ameera Nimjee, Assistant Professor of Ethnomusicology, School of Music and Asian Studies, University of Puget Sound (kathak dance)

Bertie Kibreah, Programming Coordinator, The Franke Institute for the Humanities, University of Chicago (tabla)

Tomal Hossain, PhD Student in Ethnomusicology, Department of Music, University of Chicago (harmonium)



Panelists (Concluding Discussion)

Niall Atkinson
Philip Bohlman
James Nye, Bibliographer for Southern Asia, retired, and Associate in the Humanities Division, University of Chicago
Laura Ring, Librarian for Southern Asia and Anthropology, University of Chicago Library
Anna Schultz, Associate Professor of Music and the Humanities, University of Chicago
Anna Seastrand

Visit the Interwoven website to learn more.
https://interwoven.omeka.net/

May 28, 2021 09:00 AM in Central Time (US and Canada)

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