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Voices of the Field. Pathways in Public Ethnomusicology. 9780197526699

Voices of the Field. Pathways in Public Ethnomusicology

; Oxford University Press. 2021

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  • EAN: 9780197526699
  • ISBN: 978-0-19-752669-9
  • Editorial: Oxford University Press
  • Fecha de edición: 2021
  • Encuadernación: Rústica
  • Dimensiones: 15,6x23,4
  • Idioma: Inglés
  • Nº páginas: 296

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- Includes practical advice rarely covered in academic programs
- Advocates for a discipline shift in ethnomusicological training
- Introduces a diverse outlook into the ethnomusicology work field

Ethnomusicologists face complex and challenging professional landscapes for which graduate studies in the field do not fully prepare them. The essays in Voices of the Field: Pathways in Public Ethnomusicology, edited by León F. García Corona and Kathleen Wiens, provide a reflection on the challenges, opportunities, and often overlooked importance of public ethnomusicology. These essays capture years of experience of fourteen scholars who have simultaneously navigated the worlds within and outside of academia, sharing valuable lessons often missing in ethnomusicological training. Power and organizational structures, marketing, content management and production are among the themes explored as an extension and re-evaluation of what constitutes the field of/in ethnomusicology.

Many of the authors in this volume share how to successfully acquire funding for a project, while others illustrate how to navigate non-academic workplaces, and yet others share perspectives on reconciling business-like mindsets with humanistic goals. Grounded in case studies in multiple institutional and geographical locations, authors advocate for the importance and relevance of ethnomusicology in our society at large.

CONTENIDO:

Acknowledgments
Dedication
Preface
Introduction - Léon F. García Corona & Kathleen Wiens
Ethnomusicology Is What You Make It - Daniel Sheehy

- Part I Different Work for Different Spaces
1 The Meeting Room as Fieldwork Site: Towards an Ethnography of Power - Huib Schippers
2 Running Things: Moving Parts and People - Cullen Buckminster Strawn
3 Control, Contribute, Collaborate: Ethnomusicologists as Team Players - Kathleen Wiens
4 Freelancing and Consulting: Strategic Preparations for a Long-term Professional Commitment in Public Sector Ethnomusicology - Nancy Groce

- Part II Production and Methodology for Public-Facing Content
Ch5 Knowing How to Tell a Story - Jeffrey A. Summit
6 Communication and Marketing: Building and Reaching Your Community - Marysol Quevedo
7 Sustainable Ethnomusicology: Technology, Marketing, and Revenue - León F. García Corona
8 Teaching World Music: Intersections of Music, Education and Diversity - Patricia Shehan Campbell
9 Curating the Virtual Museum: Ethnomusicology and the ?Curationist? Moment - Jeff Janeczko

Part III Forging New Paths for Ethnomusicologists
10 Activate Ethnomusicology Everywhere - Kathryn Metz
11 Rethinking the Engagement of Ethnomusicologists with Performance and Applied Music Curricula - Robin Moore
12 Navigating a Path Towards a Public-Facing Career in Ethnomusicology - Meryl Krieger

Envisioning Change: Concluding Thoughts - Anthony Seeger



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