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Broken Families: Collectivism, Violence, Imagined Utopias and Improvisation (a twitter transcript)

Simon Rose: “Did you know how loud you were?” Han-earl Park: “Oh. Yes.” Rose: “I thought you did.” Thoughts and questions in response to Translating Improvisation’s symposium back in May from the POV of an institutionally unaffiliated, sometimes teacher, amateur scholar and anthropologist [previous twitter transcripts…]. Below the fold is an unedited twitter transcript of […]

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update: Just Improvisation, Belfast

May 29 and 30, 2015: as previously posted, I’ve been invited to participate in Just Improvisation: Enriching child protection law through musical techniques, discourses and pedagogies. See below for the program including the list of musicians involved. The symposium, organized by Translating Improvisation, takes place at the Sonic Arts Research Centre (Queen’s University, Belfast, N. […]

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