W14 Music 160 Week 4 Lesson 1

W14 Music 160 Week 4 Lesson 1 - musicmaking...

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Thinking about the impact of immigra3on pa4erns and laws on music making: Chinese (American?) music in Chinese America January 27, 201±
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Administra3on Midterm 1 is approaching: Friday, January 31 st You will need a purple scantron sheet and No. 2 pencils A study guide for Weeks 1‐± has been posted to the course website A study guide for Week 4 will be posted to the course website by the end of the day on Wednesday, January 29th More on how many ques3ons to expect and sample ques3ons in class later this week
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Main Points for Today’s Lecture Historical presence of Chinese people and Chinese culture in the United States Historical exclusion of Chinese (and other Asians) from Americanness Process of othering based on race and class Implica3ons for music making
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Waves of Immigra3on 1840s‐1880s – First Wave 1940s‐1950s – “Intermi±ent Ripple” Since 1965– Second Wave
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First Wave: 1840s‐1880s Who were the immigrants?
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