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									                 PORTUGUESE WORLD MUSIC
                   Luso-African Forms and their Diaspora
                             An International Conference
                                   Yale University
                                 March 23-25, 2006

                       LECTURES AND PRESENTATIONS

    Dedicated to the Memory of Gérard H. Behague, ethnomusicologist (1937-2005)

PORTUGUESE WORLD MUSIC features an exhibit of selected books and musical
scores on display at the Irving C. Gilmore Music Library in Sterling Memorial Library,
courtesy of Richard Boursy, Elisa Nascimento, and Cesar Rodríguez.

Sponsored by the Council on Latin American & Iberian Studies at the Yale Center for
International and Area Studies, The Edward J. and Dorothy Clarke Kempf Memorial
Fund, Department of Spanish & Portuguese, Malcolm Batchelor Fund for Portuguese,
Jonathan Edwards College, and the Luso-American Foundation for Development
                           PORTUGUESE WORLD MUSIC

Friday, March 24, 2006, 4:00 p.m.
Inaugural Session
Office of International Students and Scholars, 421 Temple Street

K. David Jackson (Yale University) Moderator
      Welcome and Introduction

Rui Vieira Nery (Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian/Universidade de Évora)
       “Luso-African Cross Cultural Processes in Portuguese and Brazilian Early Music:
       From the Seventeenth-Century Sacred Villancico to the Eighteenth-Century

Elizabeth Lucas (Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul)
       “Inquisition Records and New Inquiries on the Constitution of Musical Practices
       in the Portuguese Atlantic (1650-1750)”

Council on Latin American & Iberian Studies Spring Reception, 5:00-6:30 p.m.

Saturday, March 25, 2006, 8:30 a.m.
Session I
Luce Hall, Room 202
Rui Vieira Nery (Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian/Universidade de Évora) Moderator

Samuel Araújo (Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro)
      “Controlling Entrudo: The Urban Ranchos, Their Music and the Politics of Rio de
      Janeiro Carnival (1890-1930)”

Susan Hurley-Glowa (Franklin & Marshall College)
      "Port of Call Cape Verde: A Discussion of Musical Forms from the Crossroads of
      the Luso-African Triangle"

Kimberly DaCosta Holton (Rutgers University-Newark)
      "Fado Historiography: Old Myths, New Frontiers"

Margaret Sarkissian (Smith College)
      "San Pedro and the Santerinas: Celebrating Traditions in Malacca"
                           PORTUGUESE WORLD MUSIC

Session II, 2:00 p.m., Luce Hall, Room 203
Sarah Weiss (Yale University) Moderator

Ellen Gray (Columbia University)
       "Affecting Place in Lisbon's Fado"

André de Quadros (Boston University)
"From Goa to the Spice Islands: Mining Latin-Asian Choral Music"

K. David Jackson (Yale University)
      “Singelle Nona/Jinggli Nona: A Traveling Portuguese Burgher Muse”

Susana Sardo (Universidade de Aveiro)
       "Between Portugal and India. Music of Resistance in Post-Colonial Goa: The
       Case of the Mandó"

Session III, 2:00 p.m., Luce Hall, Room 202
Elizabeth Lucas (Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul) Moderator

Victor Coelho (Boston University)
       “Music in New Worlds: Cross Cultural Tendencies in Early Modern Goa”

João Soeiro de Carvalho (Universidade Nova de Lisboa)
       “"Makwayela: Building the Nation through Music in Mozambique"

Jorge Castro Ribeiro (Universidade de Aveiro)
       "Post-Colonial Processes in Cape Verdean Music"

Júlia-Miguel Ramos Bernardes (M. Phil. in Musicology, Columbia University, 1992)
       “Demographic Data (or Lack Thereof) and Research Decisions in Portuguese
       World Music Studies to 2000”

José Moças (Tradisom World Music)
      “The Making of The Journey of Sounds”

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