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SSHRC Connection grant awarded 2016. Lead institution is Cape Breton University, in partnership with UAlberta. Public outreach about applied ethnomusicology and intercultural exchange.
Since the end of the American Folk Revival, in the late 1960s, folk festivals have undergone a dramatic change. Concurrently, folk music was transformed through capital from its origins as national folkloric music to a successful popular music genre. As professional folk music emerged during the...
The arts force us out of our comfort zones, they open our minds to discovery, and allow us to confront assumptions and prejudices. Alongside defined music, sound intertwines us with our surroundings, both consciously and unconsciously, serving as the soundtrack to our lives. But what happens when...
SSHRC IDG awarded 2016: Music's place in the Catholic Church’s movement from an agent of Portuguese colonization to a site of indigenous resistance in now-independent East Timor is the focus of this project.
People living with HIV/AIDS (PLWHAs) in South Africa experience a stigmatised HIV status which threatens to supplant their prior identities. This compounds the marginalization on multiple social levels experienced by those most vulnerable to infection as they cope with associations of death and...
SSHRC IG awarded 2016: music scholars have recognized the need for more inclusive histories, however there is no broadly inclusive resource for interdisciplinary study of the multicultural and multifaceted phenomenon of music in Canada. This project will develop the theoretical and methodological...
For several centuries ginans have played an integral part of the Khoja Ismaili tradition. Community members learn, memorize, and sing ginans as part of their daily lives. Thus far, ginans have been studied mostly from textual and historical perspectives, however, it is through hearing, reciting...
Sounding the Impact: A Case Study on the Social and Cultural Work of Music in the Context of the Edmonton Raga-Mala Music SocietyDownload
The Edmonton Raga-Mala Music Society (ERMS) is a volunteer organization that supports Indian classical music, mainly through the act of organizing formal concerts. As a society that is centered on supporting a genre of music that is closely tied to a particular geographical location that is...
Slides from a presentation at the February 4, 2015 meeting of the Canadian Centre for Ethnomusicology (CCE)/folkwaysAlive! on research data management in ethnomusicology.