Professor Kevin Fellezs has published an article titled "Three Moments in Ki Ho’alu (Hawaiian Slack Key Guitar): Improvising As Kanaka Maoli (Native Hawaiian) Adaptative Strategy."
The Department warmly congratulates Dr. Emily Hansell Clark, who successfully defended her PhD dissertation in Ethnomusicology titled "Iron gongs and singing birds: Paths of migration and acoustic assemblages of alterity in the former Dutch colonial empire" on January 24, 2020.
Professor Alessandra Ciucci has published an article in the July 2019 issue of The Journal of North African Studies. Her article is entitled "Performing l-ḥrig: music, sound and undocumented migration across the contemporary Mediterranean (Morocco–Italy)."
Professor Kevin Fellezs (Music/African-American and African Diaspora Studies) organized a symposium, What’s Up, A-Pop? Re-thinking the Relationships Between/Among Asian and Asian American Popular Music Cultures, that was held at the Columbia Global Center in Beijing on April 20-21, 2019.