Activity: Public engagement and outreach › Public speaking engagements
Skantze and Brooks’s Salon for LMYE functions like an end-of-2020 radio show based on what they term ‘sonic encouragement’, wondering how we can speak to each other in order to get each other to the other side of the bridge – in song, in study and in life. Reasoning through a number of sound cues gathered through their personal and public experiences throughout the year, they search for and delight in an idea of ‘ludic solidarity in the catastrophic’.
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7 Apr 2021
Resonance FM Radio, London, United Kingdom
A Playlist for Encouragement by Daphne Brooks & P.A. Skantze | THE SALON Audio Player 00:00 Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume. Download the audio episode here Download the pdf transcript here Audre Lord | Black Lives Matter | Black radical tradition | Black studies | blackness | Columbia University | composition | Covid-19 | criticism | ensemble | feminism | Fred Moten | gospel | hip hop | improvisation | London | lyrics | politics | pop music | popular culture | popular music studies | post-punk | Princeton University | protest song | R&B | rock music | Roehampton University | soul music | speech | The Salon | Toni Morrison | verse | voice | white supremacism | William Shakespeare | Yale University