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Field Studies: Hierarchy, Power Dynamics, and the Human Narrative

Portrait of Elizabeth Baker
Photo courtesy of Elizabeth Baker

A presentation from 2021–2022 Rieman and Baketel Fellow for Music Elizabeth A. Baker

Elizabeth A. Baker is a new renaissance artist who chiefly explores how sonic and spatial worlds can be manipulated to personify a variety of philosophies and principles, both tangible and intangible. She is creating Field Studies, which dismantles a human-centered narrative to foster dialogue and act as revolutionary resistance against systemic inequity.


Free and open to the public. To view this event online, individuals will need to register via Zoom.

For instructions on how to join, see the How to Attend a Radcliffe Event on Zoom webpage.

After registering, you will receive a confirmation e-mail containing a link and password for this meeting.

Live closed captioning will be available for this webinar.

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