#ResearchDay @ClaflinUniv1869

Three music students gave excellent presentations this past weekend at Claflin’s annual student #ResearchDay. We heard from two of my research assistants about the Orangeburg MUSIC Project. A third student (below, right) gave a fascinating talk on Korean hip-hop. These folks are only in their second year here at Claflin, and they are already writing and presenting quite well. It will be exciting to see where they go from here!

From left: Melonie Bryant (Music/Tisdale Honors College); yours truly (Music Dept.); N’Dia Rogers (Music Dept.). Not pictured: Esther Jones (Music/Tisdale Honors College)

Author: artclecticacademic

Peter Hoesing is an ethnomusicologist who specializes in the music of southern Uganda. He is a percussionist and a vocalist by training, and he has studied a number of Ugandan string instruments. His broad-ranging artistic and cultural interests inform his musicking, research, teaching, and writing.

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