MLA/SAM 2007


Presentation Handouts

 

Bañagale, Ryan Raul, and Sarah Gerk, chairs. Wanted: One Americanist. (SAM Student Forum)
Handout (doc)

Bomback, Larry. The Music of the Music Box Revues.
Handout (doc)

Bowen, Jennifer, and John Attig. Resource Description and Access (RDA): A New Cataloging Standard for a Digital Future.
Presentation (pdf)

Brucher,  Kate. Henry Ford's Dance Manual for Leisure Reform.
Handout (doc)

Burford, Mark. Folksongs, Freedom Songs, and “Godless Communism”: The Peculiar Politics of “Pop Gospel.”  
Handout (doc)

Davidson, Mary Wallace. Music Librarians Without Borders. (From the "Musicians without Borders?" session)
Handout (doc)

Dennis, Pam. German Musicians and the Post-Civil War South.
Presentation (ppt) | List of Musical Works Handout (doc) | Bibliography (doc)

Doktorski, Henry. The Brothers Deiro: Virtuoso Vaudeville Accordionists of the Early Twentieth Century.
Handout (doc) 

Druesedow, John E., and Lois Schultz. Lending Uncle Sam a Hand: Slogans and Lyrics in World War I Sheet Music Promoting the War Effort.
Handout (doc)  | Handout-Expanded Version (doc)

Fillerup, Jessie.  Twice-Told Tale: Illusion and Irony in Hitchcock’s "Vertigo."
Handout (doc)

Goldstein, Louis. Stephen L. Mosko's Rendering:  A Society of Ideas.
Handout (doc)

Green, Edward. Home and the Wide World: A Critical Dialectic in the Music (and Life) of Stephen Foster, Songwriter from Pittsburgh.
Handout (pdf)

Green, Laura Gayle, William Everett, and Andrew Granade. Making Time for the Library: Adventures in Integrating Information Literacy in the Curriculum.
Presentation (ppt)

Hanson, Bradley. The Stanley Sound(s): Ralph Stanley, Bluegrass, and the New "Roots" Music.
Handout (doc)

Howland, John. “Negro Nuances”: Harlem Entertainment and “Glorified” Popular Music in the 1920s.
Handout (pdf)

Ingalls, Monique. The Evangelical “British Invasion”: Transnational Influences on Contemporary American Worship Music.
Handout (pdf) 

Leach, Andrew. One Day It’ll All Make Sense: Hip-Hop Resources for Librarians and Teachers.
Web site 

Lehrman, Leonard. Presentation on Elie Siegmeister for MLA Bibliography Roundtable.
Siegmeister Catalog | Titles Index | Co-creators Index | Presentation Report | Carl Fischer Brochure 

Leonard, Kendra Preston. Acceptance and Exclusion: Women in the Studio of Nadia Boulanger.
Handout (pdf) 

Loizou, Maria Jane. Resilience in the Life of Clara Kathleen Rogers.
Contact the presenter for information: mjloizou[at]newenglandconservatory[dot]edu

Luttman, Stephen. Collecting Jazz CDs: How? Why? Who Bothers?
Handout (doc)

Mattis, Oliva. Gershwin and Color: How Blue Is the Rhapsody?
Handout (doc) 

Nelson-Strauss, Brenda. The Music Library of Theodore Thomas, America’s Foremost Conductor from 1862 to 1905.
Handout (doc)  

Norwood, Patricia. Salon Music of President Monroe's Family.
Handout (doc) | Maria Hester's Music Book (Excel file)

Oates, Jennifer. Beyond the Music: American Music in General Reference Databases.
Handout (doc) 

Oja, Carol J., and Kay Kaufman Shelemay. The “Bernstein’s Boston” Project: Cross-Disciplinary Research in the Classroom.
Handout (pdf)

Platte, Nathan. The Happy Farmer, the Silent Cinema, and the Art of Musical Quotation in Herbert Stothart’s Score for "The Wizard of Oz."
Handout (doc)

Pruett, David B. MuzikMafia: Defining an American Popular Music Phenomenon.
Handout (doc) 

Pruett, Laura Moore. Composed by Verdi, Gottschalk, and Thalberg: "Il trovatore, grand duo di bravura."
Handout (doc)

Rata, Alisa, and Linda Dempf.  Music Reference for General Library Users.
Presenation (pdf)

Reichert, Matthew. Carl Bergmann the Pioneer: The Introduction of Zukunftsmusik to the New York Concert Repertory
Handout Part 1 (doc) | Handout Part 2 (doc) 

Robertson,  Marta. American Music as Diasporic Process: From Internment Camps to "Appalachian Spring."
Handout (doc) | Selected Chronology of Legislation Shaping Japanese American Community (scanned image)

Sanders, Paul D. “Comrades, Fill No Glass for Me”: Stephen Foster's Melodies as Borrowed by the American Temperance Movement.
Handout (doc) | Complete Paper (Web site) 

Santella, Anna-Lise P. As Good as a Man, Just like a Little Girl: Critiquing Female Conductors in 1930s New York.
Handout (doc)  

Schwartz, Ann-Marie Barker. Albany's Euterpean Club: Cultivators of Musical Skill and Taste.
Handout (doc)

Shadle, Douglas. Crosscurrents in Musical Aesthetics: William Henry Fry's Critical Writings.
Handout Part 1 (doc) | Handout Part 2 (doc)

Shearon, Stephen. Preserving a Musical Heritage: The Current State of Shape-Note Singing Schools in America.
Handout (doc) 

Swenson-Eldridge, Joanne. Unexpected Collaborations—Heinrich, Hupfeld, Hommann—in Philadelphia, 1821.
Handout (doc)

Szymanski, Gerry, chair. How’d They Do That? Innovative Technological Solutions (panel presentation).
Handout (doc)

Thomason, Christia. How to become a Pod Person for under $100.00.
Presentation (ppt)  

Thomason, Christia, and Leslie Kamtman. The iTunes Project; or, We’re All Pod People Now.
Presentation (ppt) 

Warfield, Patrick. John Esputa and the Musical Community of Washington, D.C.'s Navy Yard.
Handout (pdf)

Yackley, Elizabeth. Realization of an Ideal: The Legacy of Marian MacDowell.
Handout (doc)