Ethnomusicology Program, College of Music
Type of Program and Degrees Offered
M.A. in Musicology, with concentrations in Ethnomusicology and Historical
General ethnomusicology, special strengths in music of the Americas, broadly
conceived (including the Caribbean, the African diaspora, Native America, Latin
America, White America and other Canadian and US topics), jazz studies and
Full-Time Faculty in Ethnomusicology
Michael Largey. (Ph.D. Indiana University). Professor. Caribbean and African
American music; ethnographic theory. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Ken Prouty. (Ph.D. University of Pittsburgh). Associate Professor and Area Chair
of Musicology. American music, specializing in jazz. Contact: email@example.com
Kevin Bartig. (Ph.D. University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill). Assistant
Professor. Russian music; 19th and 20th century western
music. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Sarah Long. (Ph.D. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign). Assistant
Professor. Early music, plainchant and liturgy; African music. Contact:
Marcie Ray. (Ph.D. University of California at Los Angeles). Assistant
Professor. French Baroque music; gender, sexuality and identity. Contact:
Joanna Bosse. (Ph.D. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign). Assistant
Professor of Ethnomusicology in the Residential College for the Arts and
Humanities. Dance ethnography. Contact: email@example.com
Christopher Scales. (Ph.D. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign).
Associate Professor of Ethnomusicology in the Residential College for the Arts
and Humanities. Native American music; recording technology. Contact:
General Program Statement
The ethnomusicology program at Michigan State is designed to produce
scholars who intend to participate in the current theoretical and
methodological debates in the fields of ethnomusicology, folklore, and
anthropology. In addition, graduates also gain fluency in Western music history
and theory, and acquire the ability and experience to teach courses in both
ethnomusicology and Western music history. Our graduate students engage in
research in diverse areas that extend beyond the specialization of our faculty.
If a student chooses a topic outside the expertise of the College of Music
faculty, we will locate specialists to help in the preparation of the thesis.
Fellowships and teaching assistantships are available.
Two assistantships available in per year to outstanding incoming students.
Dr. Ken Prouty, Musicology Area Chair, College of Music, Michigan State
University, East Lansing, MI 48824-1043, USA. Phone: 517-432-7297; Email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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