De-Colonization, Heritage, and Advocacy: An Oxford Handbook of Applied Ethnomusicology, Volume 2

ISBN : 9780190885731

Svanibor Pettan; Jeff Titon
352 ページ
171 x 248 mm
Oxford Handbooks

The nine ethnomusicologists who contributed to this volume present a diverse range of views, approaches, and methodologies that address indigenous peoples, immigrants, and marginalized communities. Discussing participatory action research, social justice, empowerment, and critical race theory in relation to ethnomusicology, De-Colonization, Heritage, and Advocacy is the second of three paperback volumes derived from the original Oxford Handbook of Applied Ethnomusicology. The Handbook can be understood as an applied ethnomusicology project: as a medium of getting to know the thoughts and experiences of global ethnomusicologists, of enriching general knowledge and understanding about ethnomusicologies and applied ethnomusicologies in various parts of the world, and of inspiring readers to put the accumulated knowledge, understanding, and skills into good use for the betterment of our world.


Part I: An Introduction to Applied Ethnomusicology
Section 1: Applied Ethnomusicology: A Descriptive and Historical Account, by Jeff Todd Titon
Section 2: Applied Ethnomusicology in the Global Arena, by Svanibor Pettan
Section 3: An Introduction to the Chapters, by Jeff Todd Titon and Svanibor Pettan
Part II: Advocacy
Chapter 1: Advocacy and the Ethnomusicologist: Assessing Capacity, Developing Initiative, Setting Limits, and Making Sustainable Contributions, by Jeffrey A. Summit
Chapter 2: Applied Ethnomusicology as an Intercultural Tool: Some Experiences from the Last 25 Years of Minority Research in Austria, by Ursula Hemetek
Chapter 3: Being Applied in the Ethnomusicology of Autism, by Michael Bakan
Chapter 4: Motivations and Methods for Encouraging Artists in Longer Tradtions, by Brian Schrag
Chapter 5: Activist Ethnomusicology and Marginalized Music of South Asia, by Zoe C. Sherinian
Part III: Indigenous Peoples
Chapter 6: Decolonization and Applied Ethnomusicology: Story-ing the Personal-Political-Possible in Our Work, by Elizabeth Mackinlay
Chapter 7: Andes to Amazon on the River Q'eros: Indigenous Voice in Grassroots Tourism, Safeguarding, and Ownership Projects of the Q'eros and Wachiperi Peoples, by Holly Wissler


Svanibor Pettan is professor and chair of the ethnomusicology program at the University of Ljubljana, Slovenia. Initiator and first chair of the ICTM study group on applied ethnomusicology and a founding member of the SEM Section on applied ethnomusicology, he contributes to the advancement of the field in the global arena with studies in various formats, addressing war-peace continuum, minorities, conflicts and education. He currently serves as Vice-President of the International Council for Traditional Music and as Chair of its Study Group Music and Minorities. ; Jeff Todd Titon is Professor of Music, Emeritus, at Brown University, USA, where for 27 years he directed the Ph.D. program in ethnomusicology. The author or editor of eight books and numerous essays, he is known for developing phenomenological and ecological approaches to ethnographic fieldwork, for theorizing and practicing an applied ethnomusicology based in reciprocity and friendship, and for introducing the concepts of cultural and musical sustainability to the fields of folklore and ethnomusicology. His current research on a sound ecology may be tracked at http://sustainablemusic.blogspot.com.