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Greetings! We would like to invite you to the first Jewish Studies and Music (an AMS Study Group) webinar, “The Othered Others: Marginalized Identities in Jewish Music Studies,” to be held on Friday, July 10, 2020 at 2:00 p.m. (EST). Each speaker will present for 10-15 minutes, followed by up to 30 minutes for discussion, questions, and answers. 

Webinar Details

To avoid distractions while the speakers are presenting, attendees will be muted (audio and video). Feel free to join in (or exit) as you are able. A designated member of the JSMSG will be monitoring the chat. 

If you have accessibility needs, such as visual aids, closed captioning, or an ASL interpreter, please write to amsjewishmusic -at- gmail.com and place “accessibility” in the subject line. 

Topic: The Othered Others: Marginalized Identities in Jewish Music Studies
Time: Jul 10, 2020 02:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)

Join Zoom Meeting
https://gc-cuny.zoom.us/j/98322063343?pwd=cy9vNENJTHZSWFB5QVlzdXpOckordz09

Meeting ID: 983 2206 3343
Password: 498276

Speakers:

Karen Uslin 
Rowan University
Paper Title: “Gifts that Differ, Grace Given: Reconciling a Roman Catholic Heritage in Jewish Music Studies”

Kristofer Matthias Eckelhoff 
The Graduate Center, CUNY
Paper Title: “Visibly Trans, Invisibly Jewish: Researching Jewish Music as a Transgender, Cultural Jew”

Bobbi Elkamely 
U.S. Grant High School/El Sistema
Paper Title: "Education, Performance, and (Feminine) Identity: Parallels of Marginalized Communities" 
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