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Latin American and Caribbean Music Section
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The Latin American and Caribbean Music Section is a forum for individuals interested in the areas of Latin America, the circum-Caribbean, the U.S.-Mexico Borderlands, and with immigrant communities in various parts of the world. Established in 2007, LACSEM is open to all SEM members and seeks to foster a dialogue not only with colleagues with other members but also with those colleagues currently residing outside of North America.

LACSEM Group Page

 


 

Chair

Marysol Quevedo, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor, Musicology

Frost School of Music

University of Miami

Frost North Studio Wing

5499 San Amaro Dr

Coral Gables, FL 33146

Email: m.quevedo2@miami.edu

 

Incoming Chair

Jacqueline Avila

Associate Professor

University of Tennessee

117 Natalie L. Haslam Music Center

1741 Volunteer Blvd.

Knoxville, TN 37996-4040

Email: javila1@utk.edu

 

Outgoing Chair

Juan Eduardo Wolf, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor, Ethnomusicology

Coordinator, UO World Music Series

School of Music and Dance

University of Oregon

126 Frohnmayer Music Building

Eugene, OR 97403

Phone: 541-346-2852

Email: ewolf2@uoregon@edu

 

Website Administrator

Jessica Hajek

Email: jessica.hajek@uc.edu

 

Facebook Page Administrator

Hannah Burgé Luviano

Email: luvianohannah@gmail.com


LACSEM-Sponsored Panel Coordinator
Hannah Balcomb
Email: hbalc001@ucr.edu

Section Prize Committee
Eduardo Herrera, chair, Erin Bauer, Andres Amado, Luis Achondo

Section Prize
The LACSEM Student Paper Prize (Latin American and Caribbean Music Section)

LACSEM Facebook Page
https://www.facebook.com/groups/259457804112962/
To be added to the LACSEM Facebook group, please search for the group’s Facebook name—LACSEM (Latin American and Caribbean Society for Ethnomusicology)—and request to be added as a member.

Mission

The Latin American and Caribbean Music Section has the following objectives:

1.    to discuss issues related to the study of popular, traditional and art musics in the region;

2.    to coordinate paper sessions, conferences, concerts and other special projects;

3.    to strengthen professional ties between scholars, performers and professional organizations dedicated         to Latin America and the Caribbean musics;

4.    to bring together students, junior and senior scholars conducting research within this field;

5.    to ensure a continuing presence for Latin American and Caribbean musicology in the Society for                   Ethnomusicology.

 

LACSEM Listserv

To be included on the listserv, go the LACSEM’s Google Groups Page and submit the form to be added to the group, found here. If you encounter issues with the listserv, contact our listserv coordinator, Sean Bellaviti (sean.bellaviti@ryerson.ca).

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