Voices of the field : pathways in public ethnomusicology /

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Oxford University Press USA - OSO,, New York, United States ; Oxford, United Kingdom, p.1 online resource (ix, 276 pages) : (2021)



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(OCoLC)fst00916186, Ethnomusicology., fast


Includes bibliographical references and index.Description based on online resource; title from PDF title page (Oxford Scholarship Online, viewed September 3, 2021).Cover -- Voices of the Field -- Copyright -- Dedication -- Contents -- Acknowledgments -- Introduction León F. García Corona and Kathleen Wiens -- Prologue-Ethnomusicology Is What You Make It -- 1. The Meeting Room as Fieldwork Site: Toward 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 Groce5. 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: Public-​Facing Ethnomusicology and the "Curationist Moment" ​Jeff Janeczko -- 10. Activate Ethnomusicology Everywhere ​Kathryn Metz11. Rethinking the Engagement of Ethnomusicologists with Performance and Applied Music Curricula ​Robin Moore -- 12. Navigating a Path Toward a Public-​Facing Career in Ethnomusicology ​Meryl Krieger -- Epilogue-Envisioning Change Concluding Thoughts ​Anthony Seeger -- IndexVoices of the Field: Pathways in Public Ethnomusicology provides a reflection on the challenges, opportunities, and often overlooked importance of public ethnomusicology, capturing the authors' years of experience simultaneously navigating the academic world and the world outside academia, and sharing lessons often missing in ethnomusicological training.