I’m slated to speak on Wednesday, October 13 as part of the Royal Music Association’s Music and Philosophy Study Group panel: “Music, Art, & the White Racial Frame: Aesthetics and Critical Race Theory.” This conference was scheduled to take place a few months back at King’s College in London but was rescheduled in a Zoom modality due to the pandemic. My talk, entitled “Decolonizing Ontological and Epistemological Assumptions of Institutional Music Study” has been heavily influenced by the prep I’ve done for the social justice/decolonization seminar I’m presently teaching at CWRU. And, honestly, it keeps getting re-written. Here’s hoping it solidifies by Wednesday. The other papers look fantastic – register HERE.