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Saturday, April 22 • 11:15am - 12:45pm
Ragtime and Tin Pan Alley

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Daniel Goldmark, “Rust Belt Alley: Cleveland as Popular Song Nexus”
David Gilbert,“Ragging Uplift in the Hotel Marshall: The Politics of Black Respectability and White Reformers in Ragtime Era NYC”
Amalia Mallard, “Jim Crow’s Ha! Black Music Laughs Back”

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Tyina Steptoe

Twitter | | Tyina Steptoe is a historian who writes and teaches about race, gender, and culture in the twentieth-century United States. Her book, Houston Bound: Culture and Color in a Jim Crow City, was published by the University of California Press in 2015. She is currently working on a book manuscript that explores race, sexuality, and rhythm and blues music. She works at the University of Arizona in Tucson... Read More →

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David Gilbert

David Gilbert is an assistant professor of U.S. history at Mars Hill University, in Asheville, North Carolina. His manuscript, The Product of Our Souls: Ragtime, Race, and The Birth of the Manhattan Musical Marketplace, was published by UNC Press in 2015 and has received the American Library Association Choice Award for Outstanding Academic... Read More →
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Daniel Goldmark

Daniel Goldmark is Professor of Music and directs the Center for Popular Music Studies at Case Western Reserve University. He is series editor of the Oxford Music/Media Series, and is the author and/or editor of several books on animation, film, and music. Goldmark also worked as an archivist and music coordinator at... Read More →
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Amalia Mallard

Twitter | | Amalia Mallard is the founder of The Laughing Archive, a repository and critical analysis of laughter in recorded music. With degrees in Political Science and Africana Studies, Ms. Mallard has sought meaningful ways to synthesize her interests in public policy and the arts. Her... Read More →


Saturday April 22, 2017 11:15am - 12:45pm
Demo Lab MoPOP, 325 5th Avenue N, Seattle, WA 98109