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  1. Nov 27, 2021 · Applied Ethnomusicology is a seminal contribution to the study of ethnomusicology, theoretical and applied. Known affectionately as "The Red Book," Bruno Nettl's The Study of Ethnomusicology became a classic upon its original publication in 1983.

  2. Nov 19, 2021 · Because each library creates its own eBook collection, the content you see may vary if the database is accessed from different libraries. Oxford English Dictionary Included is the complete text of the 2nd. ed. of the Oxford English dictionary with quarterly updates, including revisions not available in any other form.

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  3. Nov 15, 2021 · The University of Southern California is hiring: The University of Southern California’s Thornton School of Music invites applications for two positions of Assistant Professor of Musicology ...

  4. Nov 25, 2021 · This article serves to introduce a special issue of Religions, titled Music in World Religions. A 2015 article by religion scholar Isabel Laack claimed that the study of music and religion has been neglected by Laack’s peers in the field of religions. Responding to Laack, I argue that scholars of music have been making important contributions to the study of music and religion and ...

  5. Nov 12, 2021 · Recent Graduates Here is a list of (now former) students with newly minted Ph.Ds from the Music Theory program at the CUNY Graduate Center, followed by their current teaching position: Michèle Duguay, 2021. “Gendering the Virtual Space: Sonic Femininities and Masculinities in Contemporary Top 40 Music” (Indiana University). Simon Prosser, 2021. “A Schema-Theoretic Approach to […]

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    Applied Ethnomusicology - Activism/Advocacy; Music and Disability Studies, Body and Sports Studies, Critical Race Studies, Critical Prison Studies (Pitt Prison Education Project), Development Studies, Minority and Migration Studies (Romani Music and Human Rights in Eastern Europe), Working-Class Studies, Bluegrass, Global Hip Hop

    My first book, titled, Hip Hop Ukraine: Music, Race and African Migration (Indiana University Press, 2014) is the first ethnographically based analysis of hip-hop in Ukraine and stems from long-term research among Ukrainian and African musicians in Ukraine and Uganda. The book incorporates ethnomusicological and ethnographic analysis in the growing research on migrants in Ukraine, which receives the fourth-largest number of migrants after the United States, Canada, and the Russian Federation. It contributes to research on African diasporas and sheds light on experiences of African migrants and student populations in the former Soviet Union through an analysis of Cold War discourse on race in music performance. The book is also the first ethnographic account of African musicians in a postsocialist society. It examines how U.S. popular music is interpreted and appropriated in East Africa, the birthplace of the majority of African migrants living in Ukraine. This multi-sited ethnograph...

    Graduate Courses Taught

    1. Music and Disability Studies 2. Marx, Music and Labor 3. Music, Culture and Technology 4. Fieldwork and Laboratory Methods 5. Music, Gender and Sexuality 6. Music and Social Movements

    Undergraduate Courses Taught

    1. Global Hip Hop 2. Romani Music 3. Music and Sports 4. Music, Art and Conflict 5. Global and Popular Music 6. World Music 7. Music and Ethics 8. Carpathian Music Ensemble 9. Bluegrass Ensemble


    In process. Romani Music and Development Aid in Post-Soviet Ukraine. 2017. At Europe’s Edge: Music, Agency, and Social Change. Edited by Adriana Helbig and Milosz Miszczynski. Bloomington, IN: Indiana University Press. 2014. Hip-Hop Ukraine: Music, Race, and African Migration. Bloomington, IN: Indiana University Press. 2009. Helbig, Adriana, Oksana Buranbaeva and Vanja Mladineo. Culture and Customs of Ukraine. Westwood, CT: Greenwood Press.

    Selected Chapters

    Forthcoming. “Lament as Protest: Music, Memory and Mourning in War-Torn Ukraine.” In The Oxford Handbook on Protest Music. Edited by Noriko Manabe. Oxford: Oxford University Press. Forthcoming. “Political Satire and Popular Music in Easter Europe” Routledge Companion to Popular Music and Comedy. Edited by Nicholas Baxter-Moore and Thomas Kitts. New York: Routledge. Forthcoming. “The Piano and the Performing Body in the Music of Arvo Pärt: Phenomenological Perspectives” Co-authored with Maria...

    “Singing is a Drag: Voice, Body, and Gender in Drag Performance” - Alec MacIntyre (Ethnomusicology PhD, 2017) “I Believe I’ll Go Back Home”: Blindness in Blues and Gospel Race Records - John Bagnato (Jazz Studies PhD, 2018) “Take Me Brown Girl”: A History of the Subjugation and Liberation of Women of Color in Capoeira Music - Ashley Humphrey (Ethnomusicology PhD, expected 2019) “Sound, Science, Islam: Music as Healing in Turkey” - Steven Moon (Ethnomusicology PhD, expected 2021)

    Society for Ethnomusicology (Council, 2014-2017)
    International Council for Traditional Music
    (ICTM) Study Group on Applied Ethnomusicology (Vice-Chair, 2015-2018)
    (ICTM) Study Group on Music and Minorities
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    Nov 09, 2021 · The album celebrates the 50th anniversary of an amazing career, which has encompassed ethnomusicology, researching folklore and teaching, a long career as a singer, and a stint as Minister of Culture.

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