Lecture: On the Musically Kafkaesque


Location: 304 O'Neill Hall (View on map )

Samantha Heinle

Postdoctoral Research Associate Samantha Heinle presents her recent scholarship on Franz Kafka and music. Her talk will feature works that consider crises of musical communication in postwar Germany, existential dread in rock and pop music, and sonic distortions that are both glitch and feature in contemporary compositions.

This lecture is free and open to the public.