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Katia Chornik: 'Music and Human Rights Liaisons in Chile'

Here you can listen to the audio of the talk given by Dr Katia Chornik (Manchester) entitled ‘Music and Human Rights Liaisons: Interviewing Álvaro Corbalán, a Singer-Songwriter and Top Agent of Pinochet’s Secret Police’. 174 more words


Student Association Sandwich

I like to jump into any opportunity that mixes the best of both academic and social worlds. You know, having some fun while filling up those CV lines. 445 more words


New publication!

I found out purely by accident this morning that the fabulous Joe Schloss and I have co-authored a short book called Hip-hop and Hip-hop Dance… 142 more words

From the Field: Fieldwork, Health, and Stress

Maybe I should have expected it. When I get stressed, I tend to get sick, and fieldwork is a stressful time. Don’t get me wrong, fieldwork is awesome! 1,074 more words


Ethnomusicology and Parenthood

For our first post of the new year, we are very excited to introduce Dr. Judith Cohen. Dr. Cohen is a Canadian singer and ethnomusicologist specializing in Sephardic, Crypto-Jewish and related music, and the editor-consultant for the Alan Lomax Spain recordings. 748 more words


On David Bowie

(Update:you’d think with all my work on online construction of performance I’d be better at embedding media? Well I’ve improved this post a bit…)

I’ve been obsessing about my long-time personal fan status with David Bowie like so many others over the last day and a half, since I learned of his death this past weekend. 560 more words