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Publications

Professional Publications and Projects


Berger, Harris. 1997. "The Practice of Perception: Multi-Functionality and Time in the Musical Experience of a Heavy Metal Drummer." Ethnomusicology 41 (3): 464­488.

 

Berger, Harris. 1999. Metal, Rock, and Jazz : Perception and the Phenomenology of Musical Experience. Hanover: University Press of New England.

 

Burdette, Alan, ed. c2002. Introduction to Performance: Eight Case Studies in Performance and Culture. (Multi-media textbook).

 

Burdette, Alan. 2002. "The Traditionalization Process in a German American Singing Society in Southern Indiana," in Land Without Nightingales: Music in the Making of German America, edited by Philip V. Bohlman and Otto Holzapfel. Madison: University of Wisconsin Press.

 

Burdette, Alan. 2002. "The German American Singing Society," in American Musical Traditions, edited by Jeff Todd Titon and Bob Carlin. Smithsonian Institution / Folkways Archive of American Music. New York: Schirmer Books.

 

Burdette, Alan. Musical Principles Section, The Straus Expedition: Musical Instruments of West Africa CD-ROM Project , in conjunction with the Teaching and Learning Technologies Lab and the Archives of Traditional Music.

 

Carpenter, Inta. 1996. "Baltic Peoples: Lithuanians, Latvians, and Estonians," in Peopling Indiana: The Ethnic Experience, edited by Robert M. Taylor, Jr. and Connie A. McBirney. Indianapolis: Indiana Historical Society.

 

Carpenter, Inta. 1996. "Festival as Reconciliation." Journal of Folklore Research 33(2):93-124.

 

Carpenter, Inta. 1996. "Creating Separate Worlds of Birth through Talk." Humanities and Social Sciences Latvia 2(11):33-54.

 

Carpenter, Inta. 1998. "The Aesthetics of Reform: Women's Narratives about Childbirth in Latvia." Problems of Post-Communism 45(6):13-21.

 

Fales, Cornelia, ed. c2000. SAVAIL Working Papers.

 

Fales, Cornelia. 1995. “Acoustic Intuition of Complex Auditory Phenomena by “Whispered Inanga” Musicians of Burundi.” The World of Music 37(3): 3-35.

 

Johnson, John. 1996a. "Musico-Moro-Syllabic Relationships in the Scansion of Somali Oral Poetry," in Language and Culture in the Horn of Africa: Essays in Honour of B.W. Andrzejewski, ed. I.M. Lewis and Richard Hayward. London: School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London: 73-82

 

Johnson, John. 1996b. "Music and Poetry in Somalia," in Garland Encyclopedia of World Music, Volume I, Africa. New York: Garland Publishing, Inc. 610-21.

 

Johnson, John. 1997. "Perception and Oral Tradition: Learning Somali Oral Poetry," Paper presented at African Studies Association Annual Conference, Columbus, Ohio.

 

Johnson, John. c2000. "Somalia," The New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians. London: Macmillan.

 

Johnson, John. c2000. "Computer Technology and the Study of Music & Prosody: The Case of Somali Oral Performance." Proceedings of the Third International Conference of Oral Literature in Africa. University of Cape Town: Department of African Languages and Literatures.

 

Johnson, John. The Epic of Son-Jara: A West African Tradition. CD-ROM.

 

Stone, Ruth, ed. 1998. The Garland Encyclopedia of World Music. Volume 1, Africa. Garland Publishers: New York.

 

Stone, Ruth. 2000. "The Gbarbea Funeral," in Five Windows into Africa. CD-ROM, Bloomington: Indiana University Press.

 

Visions of Place Project. 1999. Monroe County Historical Society and the Activist Pedagogy Group.

 

Dissertations


Berger, Harry. 1995. Perception in the Moral Continuum of History: An Ethnography of Metal, Rock and Jazz in Northeast Ohio (Volumes 1-2). (Ethnomusicology).

 

Braid, Donald. 1996. The Negotiation of Meaning and Identity in the Narratives of the Travelling People of Scotland. (Folklore).

 

Burdette, Alan. 1997. Celebrating Localities: Performance and Community in a German American Singing Society. (Ethnomusicology).

 

Hamer, Lynne. 1995. Building American History: Mediating Performances in Classroom and Community. (Folklore).

 

Klassen, Doreen. 1999. "You Can't Have Silence with your Palms up": Ideophones, Gesture and Iconicity in Zimbabwean Shona Women's Ngano (Storysong) Performance. (Ethnomusicology).

 

Prior, Daniel. (In Progress). A Cultural History of the Kirghiz Epic Tradition. (Central Eurasian Studies)

 

Thram, Diane. 1999. Performance as Ritual­Ritual as Performance: Therapuetic Efficacy of Dandanda Performance in Zimbabwe. (Ethnomusicology)

 

Turner, Rory. 1998. The World Has Gone Astray: Ethics and Community in an Igbo Village. (Ethnomusicology).

 

M.A. Theses


Adou, Heather. 1998. The Xylophone as an Intensifier of Musical Interaction: The Bala in Minyankala, Mali. (Ethnomusicology).

 

Boyd, Doug. 1998. The Performance of History: Constructing Pedagogical Narratives for Public Interpretation at Sharon Woods Village. (Folklore).

 

Fenn, John. 1998. Ways of Moving: Kinesics and Interaction in Instrumental Performance. (Ethnomusicology).

Gilman, Lisa. Experience, Narrative and Silencing: Exploring the Concealment of Sexual Violence. (Folklore).

 

Hartwig, Kurt. 1998. Creativity and Innovation in Tradition: The Ceremonies Project. (Folklore).

 

Matiure, Sheasby. (In Progress). Multicultural Music Education: An Ethnography of Rhythm Learning and Performance of African Music. (Ethnomusicology).

 

Mould, Thomas. 1998. Choctaw Folktales. (Folklore).

 

Perullo, Ian. 1998. Malagasy and the Media: Representations and Stereotypes in Images and Texts of Malagasy Phonograms. (Ethnomusicology).

 

Prior, Dan. 1998. The Semetey of Kenje Kara: A Kirghiz epic performance on phonograph. (Central Eurasian Studies).

 

Zaretti, Joan. 1998. Multicultural Music Education: An Ethnography of Process in Teaching and Learning. (Ethnomusicology).

 

 

 



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