New Short Talks From the Hill Features Elizabeth Margulis

Elizabeth Margulis
University Relations

Elizabeth Margulis

"Part of what of it means to listen to something musically is to participate imaginatively."

In this new episode of Short Talks From the Hill, a podcast from the University of Arkansas, Elizabeth Margulis discusses her research and how we make sense of music through repetition.

Margulis is a professor of music and director of the Music Cognition Lab in the J. William Fulbright College of Arts and Science.

Short Talks From the Hill highlights research and scholarly work at the University of Arkansas. Each segment features a university researcher discussing his or her work.

For more information and additional podcasts, click on the Media link at ResearchFrontiers.uark.edu, the home of research news at the University of Arkansas.

Contacts

Matt McGowan, science and research writer
University Relations
479-575-4246, dmcgowa@uark.edu


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