Performing Ethnomusicology

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Further Reading – World Music and World Music Education (including ethnographic and narrative perspectives)

  • Anderson, W.M. and Campbell, P.S. (eds.) (1989). Multicultural perspectives in Music Education. Reston, VA.: Music Educators National Conference (MENC).
  • Barrett, Margaret, S. and Stauffer, Sandra, L. (eds.) (2009). Narrative inquiry in music education: troubling certainty. Springer.
  • Barz, Gregory F. and Cooley, Timothy, J. (eds.) (1997). Shadows in the field: new perspectives for fieldwork in Ethnomusicology. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • Campbell, P.S. (1996). Music in cultural context: Eight views on World Music Education. Reston, VA.: Music Educators National Conference (MENC).
  • Campbell, P.S. (2004). Teaching music globally: Experiencing music, expressing culture. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • Campbell, P.S. (2005). Deep listening to the musical world. Music Educators Journal92(1): 30-36.
  • Campbell, P.S., Drummond, J., Dunbar-Hall, P., Howard, K., Schippers, H. and Wiggins, T. (eds.) (2005). Cultural diversity in music education: Directions and challenges for the 21st century. Queensland: Australian Academic Press.
  • Field, J. (2010). Middle school music curricula and the fostering of intercultural awareness. Journal of Research in International Education9(1): 5-23.
  • Green, Lucy. (2002). How popular musicians learn: A way ahead for music education. Farnham, Surrey: Ashgate Publishing.
  • Green, Lucy (ed.) (2011). Learning, teaching and musical identity: voices across cultures. Bloomington, IN.: Indiana University Press.
  • Harrison, Klisala, Mackinlay, Elizabeth and Pettan, Svanibor (eds.) (2010). Applied ethnomusicology: historical and contemporary approaches.
  • Jorgensen, Estelle, R. (2003). Transforming music education. Bloomington, IN.: Indiana University Press.
  • Krüger, Simone. (2009). Experiencing ethnomusicology: Teaching and learning in European universities. Farnham, Surrey: Ashgate Publishing.
  • Livingston, Tamara. (1999). Music revivals: Towards a general theory. Ethnomusicology, 43 (1); 66-85.
  • Rosenberg, N.V. (ed.) (1993). Transforming traditions: Folk music revivals examined. Urbana, Ill.: University of Illinois Press.
  • Schippers, Huib. (2010). Facing the music: Shaping music education from a global perspective. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • Solis, Ted. (2004). Performing ethnomusicology: Teaching and representation in the world music ensembles. Berkeley, CA.: University of California Press.