Tags » Ethnomusicology

Week 4

Today marks exactly four weeks since I began my internship at the UCLA Ethnomusicology Archive. Right now I’m blogging from the digitization room of the Archive, waiting for my scans to upload to the Archive’s computer, and put it one step closer to becoming widely available though UCLA’s Digital Library collection. 575 more words


In Discipline

Since Ana first initiated In Discipline, we at the SU blog have had some wonderful interactions and connections with our fellow ethnomusicology students. One thing this series has taught me is that international connections are vast and important. 2,173 more words


Parenthood and Ethnomusicology

This month Ana, Liza, and I are thrilled to start a new series that deals with the joys and challenges of becoming/being a parent while pursuing a graduate degree. 1,714 more words


Day 3

Today I continued scanning the slides and began to ponder about the materials I was working with. 136 more words


The Ancient Luba Kingdom

This is an Amazing Piece of Ancient African Culture.  Art of the Ancient Luba Kingdom from 15th Century.  I would Love to return with it to place in one of Our cultural centers.   112 more words

Diálogos entre a acústica musical e a etnomusicologia: Um estudo de caso dos estilos vocais do samba carioca.” PERMUSI, n. 7. Universidade Federal de Minas gerais, Belo Horizonte: 2003 (ARAUJO, Samuel, FUKS, Leonardo, PINTO, Yahn Wagner, AMARAL, Ulisses).


SEM Journal 'Ethnomusicology' Spring/Summer 2015

The journal of the Society for Ethnomusicology released its Spring/Summer edition just a few weeks ago and is available on JSTOR.

The edition includes three articles pertaining to India: 473 more words