Posts Tagged ‘Daniel Cavicchi’

Academic Plan Feedback Sessions

As a continuation to all of the work our faculty and staff have put into the Academic Plan to date, Tracie Costantino, Provost, and Daniel Cavicchi, Associate Provost Research|Global|Practice, will be joining divisional meetings throughout the month of April 2018 for focused feedback sessions. The Provost’s Office will also hold two additional feedback sessions for […]

Cavicchi Appointed Associate Provost Research|Global|Practice

Provost Sharma is pleased to announce that Daniel Cavicchi (Dean, Liberal Arts) will be appointed as the new Associate Provost of Research|Global|Practice. He will take up his new position on 1st July 2017 and will take on oversight of the following areas: Research Partnered Projects and Executive Education – led by Daniel Hewett. Lizzi Ross, […]

Cavicchi Appointed to Editorial Boards

Daniel Cavicchi (Interim Dean, Liberal Arts) has been appointed to the Editorial Advisory Board of the journal American Music and to the Editorial Board of Participations: International Journal of Audience Research. In addition, he is serving on the 2014 program committee for Seattle’s Pop Conference, an annual event that he created with writer Eric Weisbard […]

Cavicchi Featured in New York Times

Daniel Cavicchi (Interim Dean, Liberal Arts) had two of this books featured as part of a piece on “The Art of Writing About Listening” in the New York Times last week. “Listening and Longing: Music Lovers in the Age of Barnum” describes the institutionalization of concert listening in 19th-century America. “My Music,” edited by Cavicchi and […]

Daniel Cavicchi receives publication subvention from the American Musicological Society

Listening and Longing: Music Lovers in the Age of Barnum, the latest book manuscript by Daniel Cavicchi (Associate Professor, HPSS), was selected to receive a publication subvention from the American Musicological Society. Through funding provided by the NEH, the Andrew D. Mellon Foundation, and the Gladys Kreibel Delmas Foundation, the grant recognizes original and significant […]

Daniel Cavicchi at University of Texas

The Department of Radio-Television-Film at the University of Texas at Austin has invited Daniel Cavicchi (Associate Professor, HPSS) to give a public talk in October. His subject, “Music Audiences, Ethnographic History, and the Construction of New Pasts,” will explore the challenges of recovering the experiences of historical audiences and the significance of such research for […]

Daniel Cavicchi appointed Series Editor of Music/Interview

Daniel Cavicchi (Associate Professor, HPSS) has been appointed Series Editor of Music/Interview, a new book series from Wesleyan University Press. In each edition of the series, an established scholar will interpret significant figures, labels, and events in the world of music by collecting, editing, and creatively presenting interviews with those involved. Music/Interview, by juxtaposing artists’ and producers’ […]

The Witness Tree Project Exhibition

Students and faculty in RISD’s “Witness Tree Project” course and the Hampton National Historic Site have collaborated on a project involving the creation of objects from the former State Champion, a falling pecan tree. Also known as a “Witness Tree”, this pecan tree has withstood influential historical events. This project  marks the first time that wood from […]