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The Corpus as an Artifact of Musical Change: Studies in Style, Transmission, and Diffusion

Talk by Prof. Daniel Shanahan, The Ohio State University

The DH Research Seminar is a series of talks organised by the Digital Humanities Institute given by researchers from a wide range of backgrounds and aiming at presenting the vast array of subjects covered by Digital Humanities.

Daniel Shanahan is assistant professor of music theory and cognition at The Ohio State University. Before arriving at OSU, Daniel was director of the Music Cognition and Computation Lab at Louisiana State University, where he also taught undergraduate and graduate music theory. He previously taught music theory, history and cognition at the University of Virginia.

Daniel’s research interests include music and emotion, the diffusion of musical style, corpus studies, and the computational analysis of jazz and folk music.


  • Time and place : from 11 am to 1 pm, BC420, EPFL
  • General public, free entrance
  • Source : memento EPFL
From: 29 Oct, 2019
To: 29 Oct, 2019



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