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FIELDWORK TRIP - SAMOA MAY 2015

It’s my last day here in Samoa – I’ve been here for 21 days. That’s right! 21 days of not taking kids to school, lessons, training; not making lunches and breaking up fights between child #1 and #2, and child #2 and #3 (Child #2 is a feisty one lol). 934 more words

Samoan Culture

Ethnomusicology in the News

I’m pleased to re-post some news coverage that we got last week regarding research endeavors at Claflin. It is exciting to see these projects taking flight at our little university: two out of three Global Leadership Program awards for international research went to ethnomusicology projects! 12 more words

I'm Going Back, Back To Kenya, Back Home to Continuing My Research at KU

I’m Going Back to Kenya, this time with a Greater Agenda.  Support and Follow Me as I become more verse in the African Diaspora Culture via My Kenyan Experience!

In Discipline: Talks from the European Side

This week, we are very pleased to introduce Nora Bammer, a PhD student at the University of Vienna. Nora works with the Shuar, an indigenous group from Ecuador and has some very insightful things to share about ethnomusicology as an international field 3,121 more words

Ethnomusicology

'Songs on the Dissecting Table: Ethnomusicology and the German Laboratory Tradition'

When? Thursday 23rd January 2014 (HT Week1) (17:00-18:30)

Where? Ertegun House, St Giles, University of Oxford

Speaker: Rachel Mundy (Assistant Professor of Music, University of Pittsburgh… 407 more words

'Orientalism and Musical Mission': an Oxford Ethnomusicology

When? Thursday 21st November 2013 (17:00-18:30)

Where? Ertegun House, St Giles, University of Oxford

Speaker: Rachel Beckles Willson (Professor of Music, Royal Holloway, University of London… 188 more words

'Listening to the Aesthetics of Popular Culture'

When? Thursday 24th October 2013 (17:00-18:30)

Where? Ertegun House, St Giles, University of Oxford

Speaker: Bob White (Professor of Anthropology, Université de Montréal)

Abstract:  387 more words