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Parenthood and Ethnomusicology

This week, Liza, Ana, and I are very pleased to introduce Diana Gutiérrez. While pursuing a master’s degree in “Choreomundus: International Master in Dance Knowledge, Practice and Heritage,” Diana created a short video that summarizes her experiences of parenthood and dance education for children. 118 more words


CFP: BFE Conference in Ethnomusicology, April 2016

The annual conference of the British Forum for Ethnomusicology has extended its deadline to the 15 November 2015. With the theme ‘New Currents in Ethnomusicology’, it will be held at the University of Kent, School of Music and Fine Art on the 14-17 April 2016. 79 more words


Public Musicology as Connectivity

The ethnomusicology advisory board of the College Music Society has sponsored a panel at the 2015 CMS meeting about “public musicology.” As previously noted, I suggested that an approach to public musicology must explore the ways in which such an approach could and would develop and explore new connections. 147 more words


Þríðjudagurinn 3 November 2015

Gott kvöld!

It’s been a number of months since I’ve updated this blog, but I am back in Iceland for the Iceland Airwaves festival from November 4th until November 8th. 457 more words


So, In Terms of Music, What Do You Like?

No one can pinpoint the origins of music  to a specific time period;  though the conditions in which it came into being can be speculated. Intellects recon that music  was a result of the early man mimicking the sounds and rhythms of nature. 582 more words

Ethnomusicology Postgraduate Drop-In Afternoon & Online Chat - 28th Oct

University of Sheffield  – Department of Music

Wednesday 28th October 2015, 2.00-5.00pm

Department of Music

Jessop Building

34 Leavygreave Road


S3 7RD

This will be an opportunity to meet informally with Dr Simon Keegan-Phipps (Director of the MAs in Ethnomusicology and Traditional Music of the British Isles), have a tour of the Department’s facilities, and discuss our postgraduate taught programmes: 102 more words

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Sietta's Lumina: Global Music Therapy Project, Phase 2: Uganda

She comes from a lineage of impeccable posture and stands tall, yet covers her eyes and hides her young face as she reveals her dream of becoming a nurse.

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Music Therapy For Autism