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Posting Reference #: 2788
|Course Name/Section:||East Coast Music1B||Course Number:||MUS/MAAC/WLCS 3775|
|Faculty / Department:||Culture & Language Studies||Campus:||Fredericton|
|Start Date:||Jan 07, 2015||End Date:||Apr 08, 2015|
|Application Deadline:||Jun 20, 2014||Posting Date:||Jun 06, 2014|
|Applications to be submitted via:||Email Address:||firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Requested By:||Acting Chair M. Linton||Term:||Winter|
|Number of Positions Available:||0||Total Credit Hours:||3|
|Mode of Delivery:||Face to Face||Location:||On Campus|
The relationship between music and East Coast identity is the focus of this course that covers a wide range of music styles, regional differences, and contemporary modes. The theme uniting the various case studies is the importance of music to the region’s culture(s). The subject also allows for a broader reflection on music’s importance to identity. Topics could range from Cape Breton fiddle music to Halifax hip-hop. Prereq: 45 ch or permission of the instructor.
PhD in Music Studies, Cultural Studies, Media Studies or a related discipline. University-level teaching experience.
Cross-listed with MAAC and WLCS 3775