Our faculty archivists offer one-off sessions and more sustained quarter-long courses. Shorter sessions may include introductions to...
See below for sample course descriptions offered by the faculty archivists over the years. If you are interested in learning more or would like to schedule a time for the archivist to present to your students or community, please reach out and ask us!
In Spring 2016, John Vallier and Third Andresen co-taught "Hip Hop Archiving in the PNW" (UW Honors Program). The class mixed history of Seattle's hip hop history with a hands-on establishment a local hip hop collection in the Archives.
This class focuses on Seattle's rich and variegated music histories. First offered by John Vallier in 2008, various versions of the class have followed in Honors and First Year Programs. In Spring 2023 the class take a new turn, matching the core historical overview with a music mapping project.
This class explores the colonial legacy of collecting in ethnomusicology. It critiques that impulse to appropriate and represent the ‘other.' Read more about this Winter Quarter 2022 course, offered through the UW Honors Program, here.
Held online in Winter 2021, this UW Ethnomusicology mixed undergraduate and graduate student seminar critiqued ethnomusicology and its archives through the lens of its colonial and exclusionary colonial legacies.
First offered by archivist Laurel Sercombe, this UW Ethnomusicology Program course explores both the history and present day sate of sound recoding archiving in the field of ethnomusicology.
This UW Study Abroad class is an interdisciplinary mix, one that blends elements of ethnomusicology, Spanish music history, and popular music studies. Both traditional and contemporary Spanish musical practices were explored, from time honored Leonese jota to emerging Madrid hip-hop.
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