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Matthew Chu


Jan 26, 2020 11:46 pm

Professor explores different cultures through traditional music in Fiat Lux seminar

Lily Chen-Hafteck believes music can create harmonious feelings in people of all cultural backgrounds.
The professor of music education explores how music is a form of cultural expression in her Fiat Lux seminar, Music 19: “Celebrating Cultural Diversity of Immigrants through Music.” Chen-Hafteck said the course aims to deepen appreciation for the United States’ multicultural society by teaching students about the relationship between music and cultural empathy.

By Matthew Chu


Jan 13, 2020 10:44 pm

New online maps documents Native American ancestral territory at Fowler

Current literature on indigenous Los Angeles rarely comes from those doing work inside tribal communities.
Wendy Teeter, curator of archaeology at the Fowler Museum, will be giving a lecture at the Fowler Museum on Wednesday to discuss the web-based project “Mapping Indigenous Los Angeles.”
The project includes a series of digital story maps and utilizes indigenous artwork, photographs and videos to chronicle the cultural histories of indigenous LA communities including the Gabrieleño/Tongva and Fernandeño Tataviam nations.

By Matthew Chu

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