Sequestering Tradition?: A Cultural Sustainability Symposium
Registration is open for “Sequestering Tradition?: A Cultural Sustainability Symposium,” August 15-18 at Sterling College in Craftsbury Common, VT.
“Sequestering Tradition?: A Cultural Sustainability Symposium” features three days of presentations, workshops and field-experience that explore the intersection between cultural practices and broad perspectives on sustainability.
Details on the Symposium are available here:
Keynote speakers include Brown University Professor Emeritus and ethnomusicologist Jeff Todd Titon, UCLA Professor Emeritus and ethnomusicologist Anthony Seeger, and Goucher College Professor and folklorist Rory Turner.
For the Symposium schedule, see:
For registration information, including conference fees, room and board options, as well as travel directions, visit the conference webpage:
Sequestering Tradition?: A Cultural Sustainability Symposium is sponsored by:
Master of Arts in Cultural Sustainability at Goucher College http://www.goucher.edu/graduate-programs/ma-in-cultural-sustainability