Hello! It’s me, Lizzie, writing to you from a little lime green house on top of a house, looking out at a view of green green palms and fruit trees which squeeze themselves in amongst all the colourful houses here in Olinda, Pernambuco. 408 more words
Tags » Ethnomusicology
Participate and lend your voice to the upcoming issue of SEM Student News, Vol. 12, No. 2, which focuses on decolonizing ethnomusicology, by filling out a survey for the “Student Voices” column. 109 more words
Jonathan L. Friedmann, Ph.D.
Human universals refer to aspects of culture, language, behavior, and psyche found in historically and geographically distributed human populations. These include, but are by no means limited to, tools and tool-making, grammar and syntax, myths and proverbs, social groups and kinship systems, mores and moral codes, facial recognition and psychological defenses, and gestures and emotional displays. 341 more words