Phish Symposium Coming To New York City
The Resounding Echoes Grow: A Phish Studies Symposium will be held at The Jerry H. Labowitz Theatre For The Performing Arts at NYU in New York City on March 11. In addition to panels, roundtables and presentations, the event will also feature a performance from NYU alumnus Karina Rykman.
Isaac Sloane will host the symposium which runs from 10 a.m. through 6 p.m. Elizabeth A. Yeager will give a keynote speech titled “What’s In The Name?: Phish Studies” after introductory remarks and “Send In The Clones: A Guided Viewing Of Phish’s 2019 NYE Stunt.” Panels presented will be “I Must Inquire: Research Methods Across Phish Studies” and “How Many People are We?: Diversity and Identity within the Phish Community,” while roundtable discussions “Textures of the Town” and “Thoughts out on The Page” are also part of the event.
While the event is free, attendees are asked to RSVP here.
[Hat Tip – Jambands.com]