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Ethnomusicology Today is a podcast series that features stories and interviews aimed at engaging a broad audience of educators, scholars, musicians, and a listening public interested in contemporary issues in global music studies.

Ethnomusicology Today Editor: Trevor S. Harvey, trevor-harvey@uiowa.edu

 

 

 


Episode #7

Japanese Chindon-ya and Anti-Nuclear Power Protests with Marié Abe

In this episode we discuss the Japanese advertising practice, chindon-ya, within the context of anti-nuclear power protests after the 3.11 Fukushima nuclear disaster. Marié Abe, whose article “Sounding Against Nuclear Power in Post-3.11 Japan: Resonances of Silence and Chindon-ya” was published in the Spring/Summer 2016 issue of the journal Ethnomusicology.

Episode #6

Listening with the Body with Juan Diego Diaz

In this episode we discuss the aesthetics of spiritual possession with Juan Diego Diaz, whose article “Listening with the Body: An Aesthetics of Spirit Possession Outside the Terreiro” was published in the winter 2016 issue of the journal Ethnomusicology.

Episode #5

Global Tabla Industry with Allen Roda

In this episode we discuss the complex ecosystem of the global tabla industry with Allen Roda, whose article “Ecology of the Global Tabla Industry” was published in the Spring/Summer 2015 issue of the journal  Ethnomusicology. photo.jpg

Episode #4

Bollywood Dance Economies with Anna Morcom

In this episode we discuss post 1990’s Indian dance culture with Anna Morcom, whose article “Terrains of Bollywood: (Neoliberal) Capitalism and the Transformation of Cultural Economies” was published in the Spring/Summer 2015 issue of the journal Ethnomusicology. hym15AnnaMorcom_jp_1843456e.jpg

Episode #3

Copyright and Indian Popular Music with Gregory Booth

In this episode we discuss intellectual property rights within the context of the Indian popular music industry with Gregory Booth, whose article "Copyright Law and the Changing Economic Value of Popular Music in India" was published in the Spring/Summer 2015 issue of the journal Ethnomusicology.

Episode #2

Swedish Klezmer and Jewish Identity with David Kaminsky

In this episode we discuss Swedish chamber klezmer bands with David Kaminsky, whose article “Just Exotic Enough: Swedish Chamber Klezmer as Postnational World Music and Mid-East Proxy” was published in the Spring/Summer 2014 issue of the journal Ethnomusicology.

 

Episode #1

Tribute Bands and Historical Consciousness with John Paul Meyers

In this episode, we discuss the rock-and-roll tribute band phenomenon with John Paul Meyers, whose article “Still Like That Old Time Rock and Roll:Tribute Bands and Historical Consciousness in Popular Music” was published in the Winter 2015 issue of the journal Ethnomusicology


 

 

 

 

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