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Liz Mellish – Bulgarian tracks: the road to the Koprivshtitsa Festival (and back again, and again)

Please click on the download icon   to download a pdf of the article.   Liz MELLISH. Independent researcher, PhD University College London (UCL) (2014). Secretary ICTM study group on Music and Dance in Southeastern Europe. Current projects involve investigating social dance, cultural events and choreographic practices in the Banat region of Romania, and the history of […]

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Rebecca Uberoi – “If You Play the Talking Drum They Will Be Happy”: The Role of the Gángan in Christ Apostolic Church Dublin

Please click on the download icon   to download a pdf of the article.   Rebecca Uberoi is an Irish Research Council-funded PhD student in the School of Music, University College Dublin. She completed her undergraduate degree in music at City University London in 1996, followed by a year studying traditional Sundanese music in West Java. After […]

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Sarah Jane Gibson – Locality, Identity and Practice in Choral Singing: The Queen’s Island Victoria Male Voice Choir of Belfast.

Please click on the download icon   to download a pdf of the article. About the Author: Sarah-Jane Gibson is a PhD student at Queen’s University, Belfast. Her research interest is in local musicking, with a particular focus on the choir and its role in identity formation and community building in post conflict societies. She has a […]

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Eileen Hogan – ‘Corkonian exceptionalism’: Identity, authenticity and the emotional politics of place in a small city’s popular music scene

Please click on the download icon   to download a pdf of the article.   About the Author: Eileen Hogan is a Lecturer in Social Policy in the School of Applied Social Studies, University College Cork. She was awarded a PhD in 2015 from the Institute of Popular Music, University of Liverpool, for her thesis entitled ‘Music-making […]

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Editor’s Preface – Tony Langlois

Ethnomusicology Ireland 4 It is refreshing and encouraging that so far, each edition of Ethnomusicology Ireland has presented quite a different-cross section of the research currently taking place within our field. This sphere of interest might be loosely defined as an interdisciplinary approach to music and culture, drawing primarily upon the work of scholars who […]

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Ed Emery

Institution Affiliation: Centre for Migration and Diaspora Studies Email Ed Emery is a revolutionary activist, musicologist and archivist. His PhD research [pending] is on the Arabic and Hebrew muwashshah and zajal dance songs of al-Andalus, 1100-1300. He is a Research Associate at SOAS (Centre for Migration and Diaspora Studies), and is the principal organiser of […]

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ICTM-SEM joint FORUM from September 13-16

Dear ICTM Colleagues: The Irish World Academy, at University of Limerick, is hosting the first ever ICTM-SEM joint FORUM from September 13-16  on the topic of Community Engagement and Activism in our field. Addressing the cultural, social and environmental crises of our times is the most pressing challenge to the field today. These meetings will […]

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