Jacqueline Avila is a musicologist who specializes in film music studies, sound studies, and the intersections of identity, tradition, and modernity in the musical cultures and new media of Mexico, Latin America, and the Latinx community
in the United States. Her book, Cinesonidos: Film Music and National Identity in Mexico’s Época de Orowas published in 2019 by Oxford University Press, Music and Media Series. Dr. Avila's current projects focus on transnationalism, nostalgia, and cultural identity in Latinx film and streaming media and the musical cultures on the US-Mexico border.
Thursday, Mar 4 | 4PM
This event will be streamed virtually and is free and open to the public with registration. Register here.
This event is part of the Spring 2021 Sounding Latinidades series, sponsored by the Indiana University's Jacobs School of Music,Latin American Music Center, Latino Studies Program, and Center for Latin American and Carribean Studies.