Lunchtime Lecture: Gender and Race Identity in the Motown Era

Join us in the Library on Tuesday March 1st for a lunchtime lecture with Dr. Jacqueline Warwick from Dalhousie University.

Tuesday March 1st:  Popular Music of the 1960’s – Looking at gender and race identity in the Motown era

  • Dr. Jacqueline Warwick, Music and Performing Arts
  • Dr. Warwick will speak on the cultural impact of popular music of the late twentieth century, with particular emphasis on vocal performance, gender, and age identity.

Door prizes and Dalhousie swag available for those in attendance.

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