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15 New Interviews Posted to SEM YouTube Channel

Wednesday, April 29, 2020   (0 Comments)
Posted by: Stephen Stuempfle
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SEM is pleased to announce the posting of 15 new interviews to its YouTube channel: Conversations in Ethnomusicology and World Music. Recorded primarily at the SEM 2019 Annual Meeting in Bloomington, these videos feature:

Gage Averill (University of British Columbia)
Harris M. Berger (Memorial University of Newfoundland)
Christi-Anne Castro (University of Michigan)
John Fenn (American Folklife Center)
León García Corona (Northern Arizona University)
Kyra Gaunt (University at Albany, SUNY)
Nancy Groce (American Folklife Center)
Rachel Harris (SOAS, University of London)
Katherine Lee (University of California, Los Angeles)
Lester Monts (University of Michigan)
Dale A. Olsen (Florida State University)
Gillian Richards-Greaves (Coastal Carolina University)
Ruth Stone (Indiana University)
Bonnie C. Wade (University of California, Berkeley)
Deborah Wong (University of California, Riverside)

SEM thanks the above individuals; Catherine Mullen (Indiana University), video producer/editor and SEM editorial assistant; and interviewers/video recordists Aliah Ajamoughli, Lydia Campbell-Maher, Suyash Kumar Neupane, Adriane Pontecorvo, Dikshant Uprety, and Jennie Williams, all at Indiana University.

These videos complement 15 other interviews from the SEM 2019 Annual Meeting, posted to the SEM YouTube channel this past February.

SEM’s YouTube channel, Conversations in Ethnomusicology and World Music, is intended to introduce a broad audience to the goals, ideas, and work of ethnomusicologists and their colleagues. Channel sections include interviews with ethnomusicologists, interviews with musicians, conference presentations and discussions, and educational workshops.

To propose a video for the channel, please contact Stephen Stuempfle, SEM Executive Director, at semexec@indiana.edu

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