Sumarsam MA ’76, University Professor of Music, participated in an ethnomusicology panel during the State of Indonesian Studies Conference April 28 at Cornell University. Sumarsam spoke on “Javanese Music Historiography: The Lost Gamelan of Gresik.”
The interdisciplinary conference focused on Indonesia’s anthropology, art history, history, language, government and ethnomusicology. Marc Perlman MA ’78, Ph.D. ’94, associate professor at Brown University; Martin Hatch ’63, MA’69, associate professor at Cornell University; Kaja McGowan ’82, associate professor at Cornell; and Christopher Miller MA ’02, a Wesleyan ethnomusicology Ph.D. candidate, also participated in the conference.
The conference was hosted by Cornell’s Southeast Asian Program.