This 3-part video addresses the issues of (in)visibility, Asian American identities, and reflexive performance as public scholarship. This video is based on a paper that would have been given at the Society of Ethnomusicology meeting in Philadelphia in 2011. In lieu of my physical presence at the conference, I have made a video to share my work in a form of a mass video.
AboutWendy Hsu writes here to reflect on the intersection among ethnography, civic innovation, and the arts, and on their research of urban sounds and music. Pronouns: they/them
- + 4.9-10.2015: Keynote Talk "Contact -> Pivot -> Prototype: enacting humanist possibilities", Re:Humanities Conference @ Swarthmore College, Philadelphia, PA
- + 4.30-5.2.2015: Paper presentation - "Engaging urban vibrancy through sensory and civic data: LA Listens" @ Inertia Conference @ UCLA
- + 5.15.2015: Bitter Party Performance @ Asian Pacific American Month Celebration & Concert @ Ebanos Crossings, downtown LA
- + 6.2.2015: Bitter Party Performance @ Tuesday Night CafeUnion Center for the Arts, Little Tokyo, LA
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