The UNCG Irna Priore Music and Culture Series presents Jessica Swanston Baker 10/16/20 4:00PM

Dr. Jessica Swanston Baker smiles in front of a bright graffiti background. She is looking slightly away from the camera and her hair is in long dark locs and she wears a white shirt.

The Irna Priore Music and Culture Lecture Series showcases scholars of music studies and is hosted by the Musicology/Ethnomusicology and Music Theory Areas of the UNCG School of Music. For the Academic Year 2020–2021, the IPMCLS will feature several speakers from across the country, who will lecture on a range of topics concerning women, gender, music, and civil/human rights over the past 100 years.

Dr. Jessica Swanston Baker is an Assistant Professor of Ethnomusicology at the University of Chicago and her lecture is titled “Armed with Sound: Noisy Women and the Beginning of the West Indies Labor Movement.”

This event is also part of the She Can, We Can series.

Register here: https://uncg.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJUlduCsqzgvGdemAVj1I_26qMZOW3UGJ3_l