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MUSL 2100 - Music as Global Culture - Fry: Home

Submitting Project Materials:

Each student enrolled in MUSL2100 will be given upload only access to a Vanderbilt Box folder for uploading project materials. Please read and follow the instructions in the document below to ensure that everything is done correctly.

Project Documents:

The documents below must be filled out before the Wilson Music Library can ingest your project into the Global Music Archive. It is best to fill out the metadata document as you conduct your interviews. The release form must be signed by any artists that you record.

Preparing for Fieldwork:

Background Research:

As you begin work on your final documentary or podcast, you will need to do some background research on the musical culture that your group is focusing on. Use the databases below to locate books and articles on global music topics:

Suggested Books:

The Oxford Handbook of Applied Ethnomusicology

Available at the Music Library, call no. ML3799.2 .O94 2015

Ethnomusicology: A Research and Information Guide, 2nd ed.

Available in the Music Library, call no. Music Reference ML128 .E8 P67 2011.

Shadows in the Field

Available in the Music Library, call no. ML3799 .S5 2008.

Ethnomusicology: A Contemporary Reader

Available in the Music Library, call no. ML3799 .E828 2006.

Modeling Ethnomusicology

Available in the Music Library, call no. ML3798 .R55 2017.

Out of Bounds: Ethnography, History, Music

Available at the Music Library, call no. ML55 .S579 2017.

Music and Modernity Among First Peoples of North America

Available in the Music Library, call no. ML3550 .M88 2019.

Black Lives Matter and Music: Protest, Intervention, Reflection

Available in the Music Library, call no. ML3556 .B57 2018.

The Music of Multicultural America: Performance, Identity, and Community in the United States

Available online.