Friday, October 4, 2019

Ian Condry and "Japanese Pop Music and the Curvature of Social Space-Time: From Underground Music to Pop Idols," October 10 at Pitt.


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The University of Pittsburgh's Asian Studies Center will host Michael Condry and his talk "Japanese Pop Music and the Curvature of Social Space-Time: From Underground Music to Pop Idols" on October 10.
Dr. Ian Condry will lead the third lecture in our new Asia Pop series. Titled "Japanese Pop Music and the Curvature of Social Space-Time: From Underground Music to Pop Idols," he will compare the diverse range of pop music in Japan to understand how they all influence Japanese society.
The talk will be held in 4130 Posvar Hall (map) from 5:30 pm, and is free and open to the public.