38 Works

Women and Meds: A Documentary about Women, Meds & Pregnancy

Dina Fiascanaro
Summary: "Moms & Meds: Navigating Pregnancy and Psychiatric Medication is a documentary film that explores the options women face when they want to have children, but take psychotropic medication for mental illness. The film follows multiple women as they attempt to navigate the conflicting attitudes surrounding this issue"--Container.

But Just Listen

Katrina Castro
“But Just Listen” is a website that explores the way stories of young voices can be told through conversations with an adult: particularly showcasing the student-teacher relationship. I created “But Just Listen” as a way for students of the Baltimore City Public Schools System (BCPSS) to express their views, opinions, and frustrations in a safe space. Not only does this platform act as a catharsis for the students, but it gives people of different ethnic...

A Forgotten Heritage: Arias and Scenes from Earlier American Operas

Ziegel, Aaron Dr.
This selection of recordings presents six arias and scenes excerpted from Romantic-era American operas performed by Towson University’s “Music for the Stage” ensemble as part of a scholarly symposium entitled “Composing American Opera” held in February 2015. Each number is a representative highlight drawn from little-known and undeservedly forgotten contributions to the early operatic heritage of the United States. Arias from Arthur Clifton’s The Enterprise and George F. Bristow’s Rip Van Winkle illustrate 19th-century trends,...

Awake the note of war from The Enterprise; or love and pleasure

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This recording is drawn from a program of arias and scenes researched and selected by the present writer and performed by Towson University’s “Music for the Stage” ensemble as part of a scholarly symposium entitled “Composing American Opera” held in February 2015. All of the singers were Towson University students at the time. Performed from: Clifton, Arthur. The Enterprise [1822]. Reprinted in Three Centuries of American Music, vol. 5, American Opera and Music for the...

"Love stole out of the sea at star-break," from Shanewis, the Robin Woman

Music From The Stage
This recording is drawn from a program of arias and scenes researched, annotated, and selected by Aaron Ziegel and performed by Towson University’s “Music for the Stage” ensemble as part of a scholarly symposium entitled “Composing American Opera” held in February 2015. All of the singers were Towson University students at the time; accompanying duties were shared between John Wilson and Aaron Ziegel.

"I dreamed that death," from Azora, the daughter of Montezuma

Music From The Stage
This recording is drawn from a program of arias and scenes researched, annotated, and selected by Aaron Ziegel and performed by Towson University’s “Music for the Stage” ensemble as part of a scholarly symposium entitled “Composing American Opera” held in February 2015. All of the singers were Towson University students at the time; accompanying duties were shared between John Wilson and Aaron Ziegel.

"Another weary day," from Narcissa; or, The Cost of Empire

Music From The Stage
This recording is drawn from a program of arias and scenes researched, annotated, and selected by Aaron Ziegel and performed by Towson University’s “Music for the Stage” ensemble as part of a scholarly symposium entitled “Composing American Opera” held in February 2015. All of the singers were Towson University students at the time; accompanying duties were shared between John Wilson and Aaron Ziegel.

"Almighty Father," from The Sacrifice

Music From The Stage
This recording is drawn from a program of arias and scenes researched and selected by Aaron Ziegel and performed by Towson University’s “Music for the Stage” ensemble as part of a scholarly symposium entitled “Composing American Opera” held in February 2015. All of the singers were Towson University students at the time; accompanying duties were shared between John Wilson and Aaron Ziegel.

"Nay, do not weep," from Rip Van Winkle

Music From The Stage
This recording is drawn from a program of arias and scenes researched and selected by Aaron Ziegel and performed by Towson University’s “Music for the Stage” ensemble as part of a scholarly symposium entitled “Composing American Opera” held in February 2015. All of the singers were Towson University students at the time; accompanying duties were shared between John Wilson and Aaron Ziegel.

"Awake the note of war," from The Enterprise; or, love and pleasure

Music From The Stage
This recording is drawn from a program of arias and scenes researched and selected by Aaron Ziegel and performed by Towson University’s “Music for the Stage” ensemble as part of a scholarly symposium entitled “Composing American Opera” held in February 2015. All of the singers were Towson University students at the time; accompanying duties were shared between John Wilson and Aaron Ziegel.

Existential and Humanistic Psychology: A reflection and dialogue with Rolf Muuss

Claire Donnelly
This interview will include questions about a variety of themes that we've covered in our course so far, in existential and humanistic psychology, including freedom, authenticity, optimal experience, and issues associated with our awareness of mortality.

Oral History Interview: Adriana Busti-Carioti

Mohn IV, William T.

Oral History Interview: Ok-hi Lee

Harrison Lee

Oral History Interview: Asha Simon

Natalia De Gravelles

Oral History Interview: Chak Beh

Kevin Duan

Oral History Interview: Roberto Colmenares

Rafael Arreaza-Tamayo

Oral History Interview: Natalie Neighbors

Crystal E. Alexander

Oral History Interview: Omowumi L. Akinwale

Ganiyat K. Ayodeji

Oral History Interview: Manu Manohar

Nikhil Manohar

Registration Year

  • 2015
    10
  • 2016
    2
  • 2017
    24
  • 2018
    2

Resource Types

  • Sound
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Data Centers

  • University of Maryland Libraries Repositories
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