Woody Guthrie, Pete Seeger and others firmly planted music deep within environmental action. Yet humans have always listened to, and co-created with, the sounds of the natural world. In this track, we’ll explore music not only as a means of protest, but also as an aesthetic ecology and a way of participating with, and attending to, “the other”.
Ph.D. candidate in Religion, Ethics & Society at the Claremont School of Theology
Ann Hidalgo is a Ph.D. candidate in Religion, Ethics & Society at the Claremont School of Theology and a 2014-2015 HTIC/LUCE Dissertation Fellow. She specializes in Latin American feminist theology and is currently writing her dissertation analyzing the ways in which marginalized groups in Latin America use liturgy for liberation.