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'''WELCOME TO THE CANADIAN CENTRE FOR ETHNOMUSICOLOGY AT THE UNIVERSITY OF ALBERTA!'''
 
'''WELCOME TO THE CANADIAN CENTRE FOR ETHNOMUSICOLOGY AT THE UNIVERSITY OF ALBERTA!'''
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http://CCE.UALBERTA.CA
  
 
('''NB: The [https://www.artsrn.ualberta.ca/fwa_mediawiki/index.php/Canadian_Centre_for_Ethnomusicology_Wiki_(archived) Former wiki -- including ethnomusicology course syllabi -- is archived here]). Please consult for any broken links below.'''
 
('''NB: The [https://www.artsrn.ualberta.ca/fwa_mediawiki/index.php/Canadian_Centre_for_Ethnomusicology_Wiki_(archived) Former wiki -- including ethnomusicology course syllabi -- is archived here]). Please consult for any broken links below.'''
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[http://frishkopf.org Michael Frishkopf, Director], <br> [https://www.ualberta.ca/arts/about/people-collection/julia-byl Julia Byl, Associate Director]
 
[http://frishkopf.org Michael Frishkopf, Director], <br> [https://www.ualberta.ca/arts/about/people-collection/julia-byl Julia Byl, Associate Director]
  
New URL: '''http://CCE.UALBERTA.CA'''
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[https://calendar.google.com/calendar/embed?src=ualberta.ca_iv0fgl5oacq5livm1smudl0k8c%40group.calendar.google.com&ctz=America/Edmonton '''CALENDAR OF EVENTS''': We hold a weekly meeting, Mondays at noon, including talks, jams, films, etc.. There are also occasional concerts, talks, and workshops. Please join us! (click here to see our calendar)]. NOTE: these meetings have now moved online; contact [mailto:michaelf@ualberta.ca Michael Frishkopf] if you'd like to join us from anywhere in the world.
  
 
'''Other useful links:'''
 
'''Other useful links:'''
* [https://calendar.google.com/calendar/embed?src=ualberta.ca_iv0fgl5oacq5livm1smudl0k8c%40group.calendar.google.com&ctz=America/Edmonton CCE Calendar]
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* [http://bit.ly/ccesearch Search our collections] (http://bit.ly/ccesearch)
* [http://www.mailman.srv.ualberta.ca/mailman/listinfo/cce-people Join our CCE listserv]
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* '''[https://drive.google.com/open?id=1wzsJg8laTAgQyMtiUM2YV_UTyhrO3V3_&usp=sharing Browse map of our research sites]'''
* [https://www.facebook.com/groups/cce.people Join our CCE FB group]
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* [http://bit.ly/emresearch Research resources] (http://bit.ly/emresearch)
* http://bit.ly/ethno-advise :  advising for current or would-be ethnomusicology graduate students
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* [http://bit.ly/ethno-advise Advising for current or would-be ethnomusicology graduate students] (http://bit.ly/ethno-advise)
 
* [https://www.ualberta.ca/provost/dean-of-students/services Student Services]
 
* [https://www.ualberta.ca/provost/dean-of-students/services Student Services]
  
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'''Click to join:'''
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* [http://www.mailman.srv.ualberta.ca/mailman/listinfo/cce-people CCE listserv]
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* [https://www.facebook.com/groups/cce.people CCE FB group]
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* [https://www.instagram.com/thecanadiancentreforethno/ Instagram page]
  
 
'''[https://www.google.com/maps/d/u/1/viewer?mid=1x6RfXWiHcvIw6DzghVTPBk6Ddow MAP of key CCE-relevant locations on campus]'''
 
'''[https://www.google.com/maps/d/u/1/viewer?mid=1x6RfXWiHcvIw6DzghVTPBk6Ddow MAP of key CCE-relevant locations on campus]'''
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= Overview =
 
= Overview =
  
CCE's primary mission is to work towards ''musical sound for the public good'', including five primary ethnomusicological activities: archiving, presentation, research, teaching, and outreach - all contributing towards ''human development'': improving the world through music, building and sustaining community through expressive sound.  Here "music" is defined as broadly as possible, to denote "humanly meaningful sound, transcending mere information, along with associated behaviors, discourses, social organizations, meanings, and materialities."   
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CCE's primary mission is to support ''musical sound for the public good'', through multiple ethnomusicological activities: musical archiving, performance, research, teaching, and community engaged outreach - all contributing towards human development: improving the world through music, building and sustaining community through expressive sound.  Here "music" is defined as broadly as possible, to denote "humanly meaningful sound, transcending mere information, along with associated behaviors, discourses, social organizations, meanings, and materialities."   
  
 
Thus "music" includes music, but also chant or speech, as well as associated rituals, performances, gatherings, movements, texts, musical instruments, concepts and theories, and all talk about music.  (Dance and poetry are a kind of "music" using this broad definition, as are ritual chants and musical aesthetics; in fact "ethnomusicology" itself is a kind of music, leading to "metaethnomusicology": the ethnomusicology of ethnomusicology itself!)   
 
Thus "music" includes music, but also chant or speech, as well as associated rituals, performances, gatherings, movements, texts, musical instruments, concepts and theories, and all talk about music.  (Dance and poetry are a kind of "music" using this broad definition, as are ritual chants and musical aesthetics; in fact "ethnomusicology" itself is a kind of music, leading to "metaethnomusicology": the ethnomusicology of ethnomusicology itself!)   
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* [http://www.yhcg.net/ Youth Home Cultural Group] (development and digital repository partner)
 
* [http://www.yhcg.net/ Youth Home Cultural Group] (development and digital repository partner)
  
= CCE Reports on Activities =
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= [[CCE projects and activities]] =
  
[https://drive.google.com/open?id=1bnbqQi8BkZiJQcGgTJ9umW6wkYwvAmo6 CCE Report on activities 2018-19]
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= [http://www.music.ualberta.ca/current/courses.aspx Courses in the Department of Music] =
 
  
 
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= Ethnomusicology and World Music courses =
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= [[Ethnomusicology and World Music courses]] =
 
 
Note: for older links listed below please refer to the [https://www.artsrn.ualberta.ca/fwa_mediawiki/index.php/Canadian_Centre_for_Ethnomusicology_Wiki_(archived) archived CCE wiki site]
 
 
 
== Mandatory ethics training for graduate students ==
 
 
 
All music graduate students must complete this training.  See:  http://music.ualberta.ca (navigate to section for graduate students).
 
 
 
== Spring/Summer programs ==
 
* [http://bit.ly/ghanamusic Study African arts and culture in Ghana!] '''(The Summer 2017 program just concluded; keep in touch if you're interested in a future run)'''
 
* [https://www.artsrn.ualberta.ca/fwa_mediawiki/index.php?title=University_of_Alberta_Summer_World_Music_Program University of Alberta Summer World Music Program]
 
* [http://bit.ly/muslimworldmusicart Music and Art in the Muslim World Summer Camp], for children; see http://bit.ly/muslimworldmusicart  for more information.
 
 
 
== Fall 2019 ==
 
 
 
* [[Music culture as a social network (Fall 2019)]] (Music 466/566)
 
 
 
==Winter 2019==
 
 
 
* Music 365
 
* [[Area Studies in Ethnomusicology: Africa (2019)]] (Music 472/582)
 
* [http://bit.ly/mename Middle Eastern and North African Music Ensemble] [[MENAME course outline Winter 2019 | click here for Winter 2019 course outline]]
 
* West African Music Ensemble
 
 
 
==Fall 2018==
 
 
 
* [[Music for Global Human Development - Fall 2018 syllabus | Music for Global Human Development]] (Music 365)
 
* Introduction to World Music (Music 102)
 
* Studies in Music and Identity (Music 437/547)
 
* Indian Music Ensemble (Music x43)
 
 
 
==Winter 2018==
 
 
 
* Issues in Ethnomusicology (Proseminar in Ethnomusicology - Music 665)
 
* Music 202
 
* [[Area Studies in Ethnomusicology: The Arab World  (2018)]] (Music 468/568)
 
* [http://bit.ly/mename Middle Eastern and North African Music Ensemble] [[MENAME course outline Winter 2018 | click here for Winter 2018 course outline]]
 
 
 
==Fall 2017==
 
 
 
* [[Field Methods in Ethnomusicology (Fall 2017)]] (Music 666)
 
* [[Introduction to World Music (Fall 2017)]] (Music 102) ''Wednesday evening section''
 
 
 
== Fall 2016 ==
 
 
 
* [http://bit.ly/mename Middle Eastern and North African Music Ensemble] [[MENAME course outline Fall 2016 | click here for Fall 2016 course outline]]
 
* [[Topics in Ethnomusicology:  Music for Global Human Development (Fall 2016) | Music for Global Human Development ]] (Music 365)
 
 
 
== Winter 2016 ==
 
 
 
* [http://bit.ly/mename Middle Eastern and North African Music Ensemble] [[MENAME course outline Winter 2016 | click here for Winter 2016 course outline]]
 
* [[Issues in Ethnomusicology (Winter 2016)]] (Music 665)
 
 
 
== Fall 2015 ==
 
 
 
* [[Music and Islam (Fall 2015)]] (Music 469/569)
 
* [[Field Methods in Ethnomusicology (Fall 2015)]] (Music 666)
 
 
 
== Fall 2014 ==
 
 
 
'''NOTE:  for broken links from here on down consult the archived CCE page (see top of this page for the link).'''
 
 
 
* [[Issues in Ethnomusicology (Fall 2014)]] (Music 665)
 
* [[Ethnomusicology of the Arab World (Fall 2014)]] (Music 468/568)
 
* Introduction to World Music (Music 102)
 
 
 
''NB:  Instead of Music 666 (Field methods in Ethnomusicology) please sign up for MLCS  632 - Folklore Research Methods''
 
 
 
== Winter 2014 ==
 
 
 
* Music 365: Introduction to Ethnomusicology: Applied Ethnomusicology and Social Responsibility (R. El Kadi)
 
* Music 466/566: Topics in Ethnomusicology: World Music and the Global Music Industry (J. Kertzer)
 
 
 
== Fall 2013 ==
 
 
 
* [[Issues in Ethnomusicology (Fall 2013)]] (Music 665)
 
* [[Music and Documentary Filmmaking (Fall 2013)]] (Music 466/566)
 
* [[Music and Identity (Fall 2013)]] (Music 466/566)
 
* Introduction to World Music (Music 102)
 
 
 
== Winter 2013 ==
 
* [[Music and Religion (Winter 2013)]] (Music 464/564)
 
* Introduction to Ethnomusicology (Music 365)
 
 
 
== Fall 2012 ==
 
* [[Issues in Ethnomusicology (Fall 2012)]] (Music 665)
 
* [[African Popular Music (Fall 2012)]] (Music 465/565)
 
* [[Introduction to World Music (Fall 2012)]] (Music 102)
 
 
 
==Winter 2012==
 
  
* [[Field Methods in Ethnomusicology (Winter 2012)]] (Music 666)
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[[Ethnomusicology and World Music courses | Click here for course listings, past and present.]]
* [[Music and Islam (Winter 2012)]] (Music 469/569)
 
* [[Introduction to Modern Italian Musical Life: From Opera to Hip Hop (Winter 2012 - School of Cortona)]] (Music 365)
 
 
 
==Fall 2011==
 
* [[Music culture as a social network (Fall 2011)]] (Music 466/566)
 
* [[Introduction to World Music (2011)]] (Music 102)
 
* [[Issues in Ethnomusicology (2011)]] (Music 665)
 
 
 
==Winter 2011==
 
* [[Music and Documentary Filmmaking (Winter 2011)]] (Music 466/566)
 
* [[Field Methods in Ethnomusicology (Winter 2011)]] (Music 666)
 
* [[Area studies: India and South Asia (Winter 2011)]] (Music 467/567)
 
 
 
==Fall 2010==
 
* [[Ethnomusicology of the Arab World (Fall 2010)]] (Music 468/568)
 
* [[Introduction to World Music (2010)]] (Music 102)
 
* [[Issues in Ethnomusicology (Fall 2010)]] (Music 665)
 
 
 
==Winter 2010==
 
 
 
* [[Introduction to Ethnomusicology: Popular Musics of the World]] (Music 365)
 
* [[Field Methods in Ethnomusicology (Winter 2010)]] (Music 666)
 
* [[Music and Religion (Winter 2010)]] (Music 464/564)
 
 
 
== Fall 2009 ==
 
 
 
* [[Issues in Ethnomusicology (Fall 2009)]] (Music 665)
 
* [[Area Studies in Ethnomusicology (Music 465/565)]]:  Music of the Persianate World: Iran and Central Asia
 
* [[Topics in Ethnomusicology]] (Music 466/566)
 
 
 
== Winter 2009 ==
 
* [[Field methods in Ethnomusicology (Winter 2009)]] (Music 666)
 
* [[Music and Islam (Winter 2009)]] (Music 469/569)
 
* [[Introduction to Ethnomusicology (Winter 2009)]] (Music 365)
 
 
 
== Fall 2008 ==
 
 
 
* [[Issues in Ethnomusicology (Fall 2008)]] (Music 665)
 
* [[Ethnomusicology: India & S Asia (Fall 2008)]] (Music 467/567)
 
* [[Music and Politics (Fall 2008)]] (Music 467/567)
 
 
 
== Winter 2008 ==
 
 
 
* [[Introduction to Ethnomusicology: Music of Iran and Central Asia (Winter 2008)]] (Music 365)
 
* [[Ethnomusicology of the Arab World (Winter 2008)]] (Music 468/568)
 
* [[Field methods in Ethnomusicology (Winter 2008)]] (Music 666)
 
 
 
== Fall 2007 ==
 
* [[Music and Religion (Fall 2007)|Music and Religion]] (Music 464/564)
 
* [[Issues in Ethnomusicology (Fall 2007)|Issues in Ethnomusicology]] (Music 665)
 
* [[Ethnomusicology and social network analysis]] (Music 601 reading course)
 
 
 
== Winter 2007 ==
 
* [[Introduction to Ethnomusicology]] (Music 365)
 
* [[Field Methods In Ethnomusicology]] (Music 666)
 
* [[Music and Islam]] (Music 469/569)
 
 
 
== Fall 2006 ==
 
* [[Introduction to World Music]] (Music 102)
 
* [[Area Studies in Ethnomusicology]] (Music 465/565):  Music of the Persianate World: Iran and Central Asia
 
 
 
== Winter 2006 ==
 
* [[Music and Religion]] (Music 464/564)
 
* [[Topics in Ethnomusicology]] (Music 566)
 
  
 
= World Music Ensembles =  
 
= World Music Ensembles =  
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* [https://www.artsrn.ualberta.ca/fwa_mediawiki/index.php/University_of_Alberta_West_African_Music_Ensemble University of Alberta West African Music Ensemble] (Music x44) (Offered in Winter)
 
* [https://www.artsrn.ualberta.ca/fwa_mediawiki/index.php/University_of_Alberta_West_African_Music_Ensemble University of Alberta West African Music Ensemble] (Music x44) (Offered in Winter)
 
* [https://www.artsrn.ualberta.ca/fwa_mediawiki/index.php/University_of_Alberta_Indian_Music_Ensemble University of Alberta Indian Music Ensemble] (Music x43) (Offered in Fall)
 
* [https://www.artsrn.ualberta.ca/fwa_mediawiki/index.php/University_of_Alberta_Indian_Music_Ensemble University of Alberta Indian Music Ensemble] (Music x43) (Offered in Fall)
 
= CCE projects and activities =
 
== Online virtual museums produced or co-produced by the CCE ==
 
 
 
* [[Dagbamba expressive arts]], funded by the President's Fund
 
 
The following were funded by Heritage Canada, with support from folkwaysAlive:
 
 
* [http://bit.ly/vmctm Virtual Museum of Canadian Traditional Music] (VMCTM) (http://bit.ly/vmctm). PI: Michael Frishkopf
 
* [http://swar.tapor.ualberta.ca/SAMC/home.html South Asian Music and Culture in Canada] (SAMCC) (http://bit.ly/samcc). PI: Regula Qureshi
 
 
== Major outreach and development projects spearheaded by the CCE (completed and in-progress) ==
 
 
Two principal initiatives:
 
# Edmonton Transcultural Orchestra, a university-community group
 
# Music for Global Human Development
 
 
 
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The new [[Edmonton Transcultural Orchestra]] (ETO) seeks musical bridges across the artificial "cultural" divides between people. "Culture" has no plural! The world is not comprised of a discrete set of autonomous "cultures"; rather culture flows among all of us, its only boundaries being humanity itself. "Culture" is is shared but doesn't define hermetic groups; each of us carries a unique cultural mix linking to myriad others. 
 
 
The ETO demonstrates the linkages among all humanity in two ways:  (1) socially, in the group itself, which is diverse:  university students, staff, and faculty; community, and (2) musically, by highlighting the flow of music through people.
 
 
Check out a recent performance on [https://www.instagram.com/p/BbU3_yenDVJ/?hl=en Instagram] (City Hall, Nov 10).
 
 
 
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[http://m4ghd.org Music for Global Human Development], comprising two main branches:
 
# [https://www.artsrn.ualberta.ca/fwa_mediawiki/index.php?title=Songs_for_sustainable_peace_and_development Songs for Sustainable Peace and Development]
 
# [https://www.artsrn.ualberta.ca/fwa_mediawiki/index.php?title=Music_for_cultural_continuity_and_civil_society Music for Cultural Continuity and Civil Society]
 
 
especially the following:
 
* [[Aswan Music Project (AMP)]], in collaboration with the Aga Khan Music Initiative in partnership with Aga Khan Foundation Egypt, and Om Habibeh Foundation (Aswan, Egypt).  [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bQN76BQ0YXo See pilot video], and [https://drive.google.com/open?id=1lSVbFFpoPj2gukrXma2e9bFsn0s&usp=sharing map] of project locations.
 
* [http://bit.ly/buducd Giving Voice to Hope:  Songs of Liberian Refugees].
 
* [http://bit.ly/sngdnc4h  Singing and Dancing for Health in Northern Ghana], funded by Killam Foundation, with grants also from Faculty of Medicine and Dentistry, Centre for Health and Culture, Faculty of Arts, folkwaysAlive!, Department of Music, and Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA/DFATD, now GAC).
 
* [http://kinkadrum.org Kinka: Traditional Songs from Avenorpedo] (Songs for Cultural Continuity in Ghana's Volta Region), funded by the Department of Music's President's Fund.
 
* [http://bit.ly/sanitationtitles Giving Voice to Health: Sanitation] (Liberia), funded by Calgary Rotary Club
 
* Music for Maternal, Newborn and Child Health, funded by Global Affairs Canada development (ex-CIDA), through a Faculty of Medicine and Dentistry grant in collaboration with St. Paul's hospital in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. (see http://bit.ly/musmnch)
 
 
== Research and archiving projects ==
 
 
These research projects are geared towards the CCE's mission to archive and disseminate the sounds of the world, making them available for educational, scientific, and aesthetic use.
 
 
* [[Deep Learning for Sound Recognition]] (DLSR):  applying machine learning techniques to recognize features in musical, linguistic, biological, and other recordings. In collaboration with the Department of Computing Science, and faculty participation also from MLCS, Linguistics, Biology.
 
* Sounds of Islam:  a digital repository comprising field recordings from the world of Islam. A partnership involving Music, Arts Resource Centre, and the Library's Digital Initiatives; funded by KIAS.
 
 
* [[Music as Medicine]]
 
 
== Educational projects ==
 
 
CCE's educational projects go beyond the regular UofA curriculum to connect with communities, locally and globally...
 
 
* [http://bit.ly/ghanamusic Summer program in Ghana] (new for 2017 in collaboration with the [http://www.uds.edu.gh/ University for Development Studies]; here's a [https://drive.google.com/open?id=1CY1hKij7-X6LbBq7R38Xe9Xm6_g&usp=sharing map] of projected locations where students will engage development issues through the expressive arts, including participation in [http://bit.ly/sngdnc4h Singing and Dancing for Health].
 
* [http://course.m4ghd.org Community Service Learning course in collaboration with Edmonton Mennonite Centre for Newcomers]
 
* School and daycare outreach program (occasional, and by request)
 
 
== CD productions ==
 
* [http://bit.ly/buducd Giving Voice to Hope:  Music of Liberian Refugees]
 
* [http://kinkadrum.org  Kinka:  Traditional Songs from Avenorpedo]
 
 
== Virtual reality displays ==
 
* [[Sounding the Garden]], an augmented reality layer for the [https://akg.ok.ubc.ca/ Aga Khan Garden augmented reality app]
 
* [http://bit.ly/FiWonder Folkways in Wonderland]
 
* [https://www.artsrn.ualberta.ca/fwa_mediawiki/index.php?title=Cyberworld_Exhibitions_of_Sound World Music in Wonderland] (Cape Breton)
 
* [[Virtual Sonic Architecture]]
 
 
== Recent concerts include ==
 
* Nagham al-Ams (Melodies of Yesterday):  Songs from Aleppo (Oct 14, 2016), part of the Music for Global Human Development symposium, featuring music and musicians from Syria.
 
*Music for a Better World  [https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B1kvIc4osA_FQWJ0c2RmcFZ1a00/view?usp=sharing (video)] [https://drive.google.com/open?id=1iHxG_ReaMpNkfDoUq-86cBVQB1pH5y66 (program notes)] (http://bit.ly/m4abw16; Jan 30, 2016), for [https://www.ualberta.ca/global-education/iweek International Week 2016], "For a better world: the United Nation’s Sustainable Development Goals",  presented with the Medical Students Association and the Students International Health Association (SIHA), and featuring a wide range of artists with simultaneous slide show; the concert served also as a benefit for Syrian refugees in Edmonton, in collaboration with  the Edmonton Mennonite Centre for Newcomers.
 
* MENAME Concert featuring distinguished guest George Sawa (March 2015)
 
* MENAME Concert featuring distinguished guests Hossam Ramzy, Emile el-Bassili, and al-Gamal al-Kurdi (November 2014)
 
 
== Recent and upcoming workshops include ==
 
* [http://www.curiousarts.ca/canadian-centre-for-musicology-welcomes-special-guests-from-india Indian music workshop], spring 2018
 
* Persian music with Mehdi Rezania (Oct 26, 2016)
 
* Indian music with sarod master Rajeev Taranath (Oct 22, 2016)
 
* George Sawa, qanun (spring 2015)
 
* Hossam Ramzy, Egyptian percussion (fall 2014)
 
 
== Conferences (upcoming and recent)==
 
* Heavenly Acts III: Faith, Performance and the Expressive Arts - An International Symposium, Nov 25-26, 2016, and including two concerts. Funded by the UK's Arts and Humanities Research Council.
 
* Music for Global Human Development, a SSHRC-sponsored seminar and concert, October 14, 2016
 
* [http://exhibitingsound.ca Exhibiting Sound] (2015), a three-day international symposium, including keynote speakers, and exhibitions/concerts, sponsored by SSHRC.
 
* [http://heavensgarden.v4solutions.ca/ I am a Bird from Heaven's Garden] (in collaboration with the Aga Khan Development Network and the Office of the Provost, University of Alberta, with conference funding from SSHRC. (2013)  [https://vimeopro.com/akmi/i-am-a-bird-from-heavens-garden video]
 
* [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=acPKTSfwf8c Sounds and Spaces of Muslim Piety], in collaboration with the [http://ginans.org/ Association for the Study of Ginans], and the Office of the Provost (2011)
 
 
== Archive==
 
* ''Recordings'': Our extensive media holdings include field recordings and commercial recordings representing music of South Asia, Middle East, Africa, and North America, including Sufi music collections, Northern Alberta Fiddle Collection, and a large Jazz collection.  Some of these collections are available online via projects listed above, e.g. http://bit.ly/vmctm
 
* ''Musical instruments''.  A portion of our collection is on display in 3-32 and 3-47 Old Arts; a larger collection is stored in our archive.
 
 
== Media ==
 
 
Browse some of our collections via our two virtual museums (see above); a few images have also been published on the [http://www.edmontonjournal.com/touch/m-photo.html?id=7746007&p=1 Edmonton Journal website]
 
 
Recent news stories:
 
 
* [https://www.ualberta.ca/news-and-events/newsarticles/2017/may/everything-is-sound Everything is Sound] (by Geoff McMaster, May 2, 2017)
 
* [https://www.artsrn.ualberta.ca/ccewiki/index.php/Aswan_Music_Project_(AMP)_-_Egypt Aswan Music Project] (by Ati Metwally, June 1, 2017)
 
  
 
= Programs and advising for (prospective or actual) ethnomusicology students =
 
= Programs and advising for (prospective or actual) ethnomusicology students =
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* [https://www.ualberta.ca/prospective-students General information for all prospective students]
 
* [https://www.ualberta.ca/prospective-students General information for all prospective students]
 
* [https://www.ualberta.ca/music/our-programs General information for all prospective students in Music]
 
* [https://www.ualberta.ca/music/our-programs General information for all prospective students in Music]
* [https://www.ualberta.ca/admissions Applications]
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* [https://www.ualberta.ca/music/our-programs/graduate-programs/index.html Graduate programs in Music]
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* [https://www.ualberta.ca/admissions Applications] (general)
 
* Undergraduate programs: Contact [mailto:musicug@ualberta.ca Stephen Tchir] (780) 492-0602
 
* Undergraduate programs: Contact [mailto:musicug@ualberta.ca Stephen Tchir] (780) 492-0602
 
* Graduate programs: Contact [mailto:musicgs@ualberta.ca Kim Arndt] (780) 492-0603
 
* Graduate programs: Contact [mailto:musicgs@ualberta.ca Kim Arndt] (780) 492-0603
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== For current students ==
 
== For current students ==
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[[Student Resources]] - General resources for everyone, including support for writing and health
  
 
=== Undergraduate programs relevant to ethnomusicology ===
 
=== Undergraduate programs relevant to ethnomusicology ===
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* [http://www.fwalive.ualberta.ca/mediawiki/index.php?title=FolkwaysAlive!_Wiki_Main_Page#Resources_for_ethnomusicological_research Resources for ethnomusicological research]
 
* [http://www.fwalive.ualberta.ca/mediawiki/index.php?title=FolkwaysAlive!_Wiki_Main_Page#Resources_for_ethnomusicological_research Resources for ethnomusicological research]
 
* [http://www.su.ualberta.ca/services/psc/ Peer Support Centre] (formerly Student Distress Centre) (you may also visit 2-707 SUB or phone at    780-492-HELP (780-492-4357).
 
* [http://www.su.ualberta.ca/services/psc/ Peer Support Centre] (formerly Student Distress Centre) (you may also visit 2-707 SUB or phone at    780-492-HELP (780-492-4357).
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* [[Time management for students]]
  
  
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= Projects =
 
= Projects =
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('''NB: consult the [https://www.artsrn.ualberta.ca/fwa_mediawiki/index.php/Canadian_Centre_for_Ethnomusicology_Wiki_(archived) Former wiki] for any broken links below.
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* [[Ethnographic Multimedia Research Platform]] (EMRP)
 
* [[Ethnographic Multimedia Research Platform]] (EMRP)
* [[Music for Global Human Development]], under two main headings:
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* [http://bit.ly/m4ghd Music for Global Human Development], under two main headings:
** [[Songs for sustainable peace and development]]
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** Songs for sustainable peace and development
** [[Music for cultural continuity and civil society]]
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** Music for cultural continuity and civil society
 
* Mediating world music
 
* Mediating world music
 
** [[Folkways in Wonderland]] (FiW) in collaboration with the [http://www.u-aizu.ac.jp/e-index.html University of Aizu]
 
** [[Folkways in Wonderland]] (FiW) in collaboration with the [http://www.u-aizu.ac.jp/e-index.html University of Aizu]
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* [http://www.uofaweb.ualberta.ca/artsintranet/ASLREB.cfm Arts, Science and Law Research Ethics Board]
 
* [http://www.uofaweb.ualberta.ca/artsintranet/ASLREB.cfm Arts, Science and Law Research Ethics Board]
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* Autonomous Adaptive Soundscapes http://bit.ly/aas-ua
 
* [[Society for Arab Music Research]] (SAMR)
 
* [[Society for Arab Music Research]] (SAMR)
 
* [[Music and Islam research]]
 
* [[Music and Islam research]]
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= Talks, lectures, presentations, and other courses =
 
= Talks, lectures, presentations, and other courses =
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('''NB: The [https://www.artsrn.ualberta.ca/fwa_mediawiki/index.php/Canadian_Centre_for_Ethnomusicology_Wiki_(archived) Former wiki -- including ethnomusicology course syllabi -- is archived here]). Please consult for any broken links below.'''
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[[Video as community activism in ethnomusicology]]
 
[[Video as community activism in ethnomusicology]]
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Short URL for this section:  http://bit.ly/emresearch
 
Short URL for this section:  http://bit.ly/emresearch
  
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== General Resources ==
  
----
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[https://guides.library.ualberta.ca/music/music Library's Music research guide] and [https://guides.library.ualberta.ca/anthropology Anthropology research guide]
  
 
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[https://guides.library.ualberta.ca/arts Library's other research guides]
[https://guides.library.ualberta.ca/music/music Library's Music research page] and [https://guides.library.ualberta.ca/anthropology anthropology research page]
 
  
 
[https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1fymvBSShb8GsNEyFRD7VWaChdUEynreM1G-os2yFoKg/edit#slide=id.p Resources in Ethnomusicology], by Sean Luyk
 
[https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1fymvBSShb8GsNEyFRD7VWaChdUEynreM1G-os2yFoKg/edit#slide=id.p Resources in Ethnomusicology], by Sean Luyk
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[https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1fymvBSShb8GsNEyFRD7VWaChdUEynreM1G-os2yFoKg/edit#slide=id.p Sean Luyk's excellent presentation, Resources in Ethnomusicology]
 
[https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1fymvBSShb8GsNEyFRD7VWaChdUEynreM1G-os2yFoKg/edit#slide=id.p Sean Luyk's excellent presentation, Resources in Ethnomusicology]
  
[https://guides.library.ualberta.ca/arts Library's other research guides]
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[https://www-oxfordbibliographies-com.login.ezproxy.library.ualberta.ca/ Oxford bibliographies]
  
 
[[Sources for the history of ethnomusicology]]
 
[[Sources for the history of ethnomusicology]]
  
 
[[Sources for Ethnomusicology | Student compilations of Sources for Ethnomusicology]] (an ongoing Music 665 project)
 
[[Sources for Ethnomusicology | Student compilations of Sources for Ethnomusicology]] (an ongoing Music 665 project)
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== General (mainly) full text resources ==
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* [http://archive.org Archive.org]
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* [https://www.gutenberg.org/ Project Gutenberg]
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* [https://web.library.ualberta.ca/databases/databaseinfo/index.cfm?ID=4518 Hathi Trust]
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* [https://books.google.com/ Google books]
  
 
== Reference works for Ethnomusicology ==
 
== Reference works for Ethnomusicology ==
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* [https://scholar.google.com/ Google Scholar]  
 
* [https://scholar.google.com/ Google Scholar]  
 
* [https://www.semanticscholar.org/ Semantic Scholar]
 
* [https://www.semanticscholar.org/ Semantic Scholar]
* ...and a general web search can often turn up valuable items too! (but remember: if you're asked to pay for an article check first to see if it's available free via our library; normally, it is!)
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* [https://www.academia.edu/ academia.edu] (many scholars post articles or even whole books here)
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* [https://www.researchgate.net/ researchgate.net] (ditto)
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* [https://arxiv.org/ arxiv.org] (more math/physics oriented, but you never know what you'll find...)
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* ...of course, a general web search (sometimes with keyword "pdf") can often turn up valuable items as well (but remember: if you're asked to pay for an article check first to see if it's available free via our library; normally, it is!)
  
 
===Music===
 
===Music===
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* [http://ccnmtl.columbia.edu/projects/jazzglossary/ Columbia jazz glossary]
 
* [http://ccnmtl.columbia.edu/projects/jazzglossary/ Columbia jazz glossary]
 
* [http://www.mimo-international.com/MIMO/ Musical instruments]
 
* [http://www.mimo-international.com/MIMO/ Musical instruments]
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* [http://search.alexanderstreet.com.login.ezproxy.library.ualberta.ca/womu Contemporary World Music]
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* [http://guides.library.ualberta.ca/databases/smithsonian-global-sound Smithsonian Global Sound]
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* [http://ethnocloud.com/ Ethnocloud]
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* [https://theglobaljukebox.org/ Global Jukebox]
  
 
World Music Archives...
 
World Music Archives...
  
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* [https://archives.crem-cnrs.fr/ CNRS]
 
* [http://beta.worldcat.org/archivegrid/ ArchiveGrid]
 
* [http://beta.worldcat.org/archivegrid/ ArchiveGrid]
* [http://www.bl.uk/reshelp/findhelprestype/music/britishlibrarymusiconline/digitisedmusic.html British Library]
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* [https://sounds.bl.uk/ Sounds] at the [http://www.bl.uk/reshelp/findhelprestype/music/britishlibrarymusiconline/digitisedmusic.html British Library]
 
* [http://www.liederenbank.nl/ Dutch Folksong Database]
 
* [http://www.liederenbank.nl/ Dutch Folksong Database]
 
* [http://www.indiana.edu/~libarchm/ Archives of Traditional Music], Indiana University
 
* [http://www.indiana.edu/~libarchm/ Archives of Traditional Music], Indiana University
 
* [http://www.ethnomusic.ucla.edu/archive/ UCLA Ethnomusicology Archive]
 
* [http://www.ethnomusic.ucla.edu/archive/ UCLA Ethnomusicology Archive]
 
* [http://sounds.bl.uk/ British Library Sounds]
 
* [http://sounds.bl.uk/ British Library Sounds]
* [http://www.wesleyan.edu/libr/libraries/music/worldmusicarchives.html Wesleyan World Music Archives]
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* [https://www.wesleyan.edu/libr/collections/wma.html Wesleyan World Music Archives]
* [http://hcl.harvard.edu/libraries/loebmusic/collections/archive.cfm Archive of World Music at Harvard]
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* [https://library.harvard.edu/collections/archive-world-music Archive of World Music at Harvard]
 
* [http://atlasofpluckedinstruments.com/ Atlas of plucked strings]
 
* [http://atlasofpluckedinstruments.com/ Atlas of plucked strings]
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* [https://content.lib.washington.edu/ethnomusicweb/index.html Musical instruments at U. Washington]
  
 
===Anthropology===
 
===Anthropology===
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* [http://dlib.nyu.edu/aco/ Arabic Collections Online]
 
* [http://dlib.nyu.edu/aco/ Arabic Collections Online]
 
  
 
===Bibliography===
 
===Bibliography===
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===Very Short Introductions===
 
===Very Short Introductions===
  
This wonderful series from Oxford is now online! (including titles on Ethnomusicology, World Music, Folk Music, and other related topics)
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This wonderful series from Oxford is now online! And we subscribe to many of the titles (on Ethnomusicology, World Music, Folk Music, and other related topics)
  
 
[https://library.ualberta.ca/symphony?q=%22very+short+introduction%22 Click here to browse.]
 
[https://library.ualberta.ca/symphony?q=%22very+short+introduction%22 Click here to browse.]
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Note:  always check the Library's list of electronic journals first - sometimes a journal's not in jstor, but we may have a subscription through another database.
 
Note:  always check the Library's list of electronic journals first - sometimes a journal's not in jstor, but we may have a subscription through another database.
  
* [http://www.jstor.org.login.ezproxy.library.ualberta.ca/ Jstor]
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* [http://www.jstor.org.login.ezproxy.library.ualberta.ca/ Jstor]: best general collection of articles in humanities and social sciences
* [http://apps.webofknowledge.com/WOS_GeneralSearch_input.do?product=WOS&search_mode=GeneralSearch&SID=1DEhAoHEaBnK7DMF4mC&preferencesSaved= Web of Science]
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* [http://apps.webofknowledge.com/WOS_GeneralSearch_input.do?product=WOS&search_mode=GeneralSearch&SID=1DEhAoHEaBnK7DMF4mC&preferencesSaved= Web of Science]: best for tracing a citation network forwards in time (what cited that book or article? find out here!)
  
 
== Audio databases, sites ==
 
== Audio databases, sites ==
  
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(also see Archives, above)
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* [https://digital.archives.unesco.org/en/collection/sound-recordings UNESCO collection]
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* [https://search-alexanderstreet-com.login.ezproxy.library.ualberta.ca/etsa Ethnographic Sound Archives Online]
 
* [http://search.alexanderstreet.com.login.ezproxy.library.ualberta.ca/womu Contemporary World Music]
 
* [http://search.alexanderstreet.com.login.ezproxy.library.ualberta.ca/womu Contemporary World Music]
 
* [http://guides.library.ualberta.ca/databases/smithsonian-global-sound Smithsonian Global Sound]
 
* [http://guides.library.ualberta.ca/databases/smithsonian-global-sound Smithsonian Global Sound]
 
* [http://ethnocloud.com/ Ethnocloud]
 
* [http://ethnocloud.com/ Ethnocloud]
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* [https://theglobaljukebox.org/ Global Jukebox]
  
 
== Film and video collections ==
 
== Film and video collections ==
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* http://archive.org/details/movies
 
* http://archive.org/details/movies
 
* http://www.idfa.nl/industry.aspx
 
* http://www.idfa.nl/industry.aspx
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* [https://digitalcollections.jtsa.edu/islandora/object/jts%3A617605 Spector collection]
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== Other specialized websites ==
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* [http://www.medieval.org/ Medieval and World Music]
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* [http://bit.ly/mename MENAME resources]
  
 
== Maps ==
 
== Maps ==
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* [http://meta.wikipedia.org/wiki/MediaWiki_User%27s_Guide User's Guide usage and configuration]
 
* [http://meta.wikipedia.org/wiki/MediaWiki_User%27s_Guide User's Guide usage and configuration]
 
* [http://www.uwosh.edu/cs_club/wiki/index.php?title=A_Gentle_Introduction_to_MediaWiki A Gentle Introduction to MediaWiki]
 
* [http://www.uwosh.edu/cs_club/wiki/index.php?title=A_Gentle_Introduction_to_MediaWiki A Gentle Introduction to MediaWiki]
 
 
  
  

Latest revision as of 15:16, 4 August 2020

WELCOME TO THE CANADIAN CENTRE FOR ETHNOMUSICOLOGY AT THE UNIVERSITY OF ALBERTA!

http://CCE.UALBERTA.CA

(NB: The Former wiki -- including ethnomusicology course syllabi -- is archived here). Please consult for any broken links below.

Michael Frishkopf, Director,
Julia Byl, Associate Director


CALENDAR OF EVENTS: We hold a weekly meeting, Mondays at noon, including talks, jams, films, etc.. There are also occasional concerts, talks, and workshops. Please join us! (click here to see our calendar). NOTE: these meetings have now moved online; contact Michael Frishkopf if you'd like to join us from anywhere in the world.

Other useful links:

Click to join:

MAP of key CCE-relevant locations on campus


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Contents

Overview

CCE's primary mission is to support musical sound for the public good, through multiple ethnomusicological activities: musical archiving, performance, research, teaching, and community engaged outreach - all contributing towards human development: improving the world through music, building and sustaining community through expressive sound.  Here "music" is defined as broadly as possible, to denote "humanly meaningful sound, transcending mere information, along with associated behaviors, discourses, social organizations, meanings, and materialities."

Thus "music" includes music, but also chant or speech, as well as associated rituals, performances, gatherings, movements, texts, musical instruments, concepts and theories, and all talk about music. (Dance and poetry are a kind of "music" using this broad definition, as are ritual chants and musical aesthetics; in fact "ethnomusicology" itself is a kind of music, leading to "metaethnomusicology": the ethnomusicology of ethnomusicology itself!)

CCE activities go beyond the ordinary duties of faculty and students (to teach, learn, research), by working collaboratively, outside the usual scope of university practices, to address (directly or indirectly) the larger social issues of our times.

At the hub of the Canadian Centre for Ethnomusicology (CCE), housed under the Department of Music and University of Alberta Museums, is a world music archive (both digital and physical) serving as a research and teaching resource for musical and cultural traditions, locally and internationally.

Revolving around this hub is a range of research, teaching, and outreach projects, including Music for Global Human Development (m4ghd.org), K-12 education, and world music ensembles. CCE connects to a broad spectrum of academic disciplines across the Faculty of Arts, but extending also to Education and the health sciences, through the initiative entitled Songs for Sustainable Peace and Development, which has resulted in ongoing global health projects in Liberia, Ghana, and Ethiopia. CCE projects may result in printed texts (books and articles), exhibitions, conferences, symposia, concerts and workshops, or in a variety of media, including audio, video, websites, and virtual reality models.

The archival collection includes diverse instruments and more than 4000 titles in audio/video recordings. World music groups include the Indian Music Ensemble, West African Music Ensemble, and Middle Eastern and North African Music Ensemble, all functioning as teaching centers as well as providing outreach to local Edmonton events. We also run a Summer Study Abroad Program in Ghana, and a weekly noon series of lectures, activities, and workshops, every Wednesday noon - 1 pm in 3-47 Old Arts. The Centre helps students, staff, faculty and the general public at large to understand how people use music to connect, express, and create community and identity, and helps to effect positive change through such activities. Working locally, nationally, and globally, the CCE is of value to students and faculty in the social sciences, humanities, education, and fine arts.

The CCE team is ever changing - each project may have a different set of participants, including faculty, staff, and students at the UofA, and others in a range of communities from Edmonton, to Alberta, to Canada, and beyond. Many volunteer. When funding is available, we often employ students and others to work on these projects as Research Assistants. We hold a weekly series of meetings in 3-47 Old Arts, each Wednesday from noon to 1 pm. These meetings range in formality, from discussions to lecture presentations or workshop performances, sometimes involving out of town guests, and sometimes students and faculty at the UofA. Please join our mailing list (see below) to be kept abreast of the schedule.

This wiki site provides information about CCE as well as ethnomusicology programs at the University of Alberta, and information relevant to ethnomusicologists anywhere.

Note: this wiki is new & improved but incomplete. completion requires copying huge amounts of data from the old wiki... by hand. if you find broken links locate them on the old wiki: http://bit.ly/fwawiki and email me to request copying to here. in this way I will prioritize copying what is needed most.


MAP of key CCE locations on campus

CCE communications happen via our cce-people email list; please click to add yourself to this list and receive news and updates about CCE!

People

Staff:

  • Director, and Museums and Collections Curator: Michael Frishkopf
  • Associate Director: Julia Byl
  • Other staff: Subash Giri (graduate student assistant), Victoria Tunney (undergraduate volunteer)

Project Committee:

  • Vadim Bulitko (Science - Computing Science)
  • Piet Defraeye (Arts - Drama)
  • Brian Fauteux (Arts – Music, popular music)
  • Nancy Hannemann (University of Alberta International)
  • Shuel-let-qua Q:olosoet, also known as Cynthia Jim (independent artist and teacher, virtuoso on indigenous flute)

Physical spaces

The CCE occupies the following physical spaces in the Old Arts building on the UofA Campus:

  • Administrative office: 347F
  • Basement archive (compactor units and other shelving): Room 130
  • Basement lab: Room 130B
  • Basement storage closet: Room 130C

CCE Affiliations and Partnerships

CCE is working, has worked, or is planning to work with the following organizations:

CCE projects and activities

Ethnomusicology and World Music courses

Click here for course listings, past and present.

World Music Ensembles

Programs and advising for (prospective or actual) ethnomusicology students

quick link: http://bit.ly/ethno-advise


The Department of Music and Canadian Centre for Ethnomusicology support five academic degree programs within which a specialization in ethnomusicology and world music is possible:

  • Bachelor of Arts (BA), major or minor in music
  • BA Honours in music
  • Embedded Certificate in World Sound Arts (can be added to any bachelor degree program across the University)
  • Bachelor of Music (BMus), world music route [currently suspended due to low enrollments]
  • MA in Music, with concentration in ethnomusicology
  • PhD in Music, with concentration in ethnomusicology


For prospective students

Please see the following sections also to learn about our programs.

For current students

Student Resources - General resources for everyone, including support for writing and health

Undergraduate programs relevant to ethnomusicology

See http://calendar.ualberta.ca/

Graduate programs relevant to ethnomusicology

Note that graduate students begin with an interim advisor who serves to provide general mentorship and guidance on course and research related matters. By the end of the first year the program supervisor (or advisor, for the MA course-based route) must be selected, along with the supervisory committee (comprising two additional faculty members) for doctoral students.

See the FGSR graduate program manual for more details on supervision.

Also see the Music grad program manual.

  • MA with concentration in ethnomusicology
  • PhD with concentration in ethnomusicology

Helpful links:

Other useful links



General resources


Calendar pages:

Projects

(NB: consult the Former wiki for any broken links below.

Documentation

Links

Research

Events

Series

Conferences

Concerts/workshops

Visiting guest lecturers and artists


Ideas & suggestions

Talks, lectures, presentations, and other courses

(NB: The Former wiki -- including ethnomusicology course syllabi -- is archived here). Please consult for any broken links below.


Video as community activism in ethnomusicology

Music and Islam talk

Arab music talk

Arab poetry talk

Postcolonial Arab novel

Cultural Representations of Post-Coloniality

Introduction to Middle Eastern and African Studies

Arab cinema

Arabic 211

On Sufism

Musical acoustics

DiscoverE program, summer 2011

Bamboo Shield program, Dec 15 2011

The data of ethnomusicological research: Recent developments and challenges, by Sean Luyk

Resources in Ethnomusicology, by Sean Luyk

Resources for ethnomusicological research

Short URL for this section: http://bit.ly/emresearch

General Resources

Library's Music research guide and Anthropology research guide

Library's other research guides

Resources in Ethnomusicology, by Sean Luyk

Sean Luyk's excellent presentation, Resources in Ethnomusicology

Oxford bibliographies

Sources for the history of ethnomusicology

Student compilations of Sources for Ethnomusicology (an ongoing Music 665 project)

General (mainly) full text resources

Reference works for Ethnomusicology

Short URL for this section: http://bit.ly/ethnoref

General databases and indices

Music

Reference works online...

Websites...

World Music Archives...

Anthropology

Sociology

Linguistics

Philosophy

Methodology

Middle East Studies

Bibliography

For chaining references (relations of "citing", "cited by") see:

  • Web of Science
  • Jstor
  • Google Scholar

Very Short Introductions

This wonderful series from Oxford is now online! And we subscribe to many of the titles (on Ethnomusicology, World Music, Folk Music, and other related topics)

Click here to browse.

Article databases

Note: always check the Library's list of electronic journals first - sometimes a journal's not in jstor, but we may have a subscription through another database.

  • Jstor: best general collection of articles in humanities and social sciences
  • Web of Science: best for tracing a citation network forwards in time (what cited that book or article? find out here!)

Audio databases, sites

(also see Archives, above)

Film and video collections

Other specialized websites

Maps

Historic 19th century maps

Map collection at Columbia University

Perry-Castañeda Library Map Collection University of Texas, Austin

Funding

World Music Programs & Blogs

http://sahelsounds.com/

http://www.awesometapes.com/

http://blogs.voanews.com/african-music-treasures/

http://ethnomusic.podomatic.com/

Jean Jenkins on BBC

M4GHD resources

Development (general)

Media: http://www.audiencescapes.org/

Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) organizations

Especially relevant to http://bit.ly/songsspd in West Africa...

GENERAL: http://www.wsp.org/about/Water-and-Sanitation-Organizations

Other:

http://www.washplus.org/

http://ghanawashproject.org/

http://www.un.org/waterforlifedecade/

http://www.who.int/water_sanitation_health/en/ http://www.who.int/water_sanitation_health/factsfigures2005.pdf

http://www.cowater.com/

http://www.wsp.org/ http://www.wsp.org/media/ESI-website-presentation/index.htm

http://www.wssinfo.org/

http://www.endwaterpoverty.org

http://www.unwater.org/

http://www.washfunders.org/

http://www.wateraid.org/

http://www.washfunders.org/

http://www.susana.org/

http://water.org/

http://hdr.undp.org/en/countries

http://www.gwp.org/

http://www.who.int/water_sanitation_health

http://www.globalh2o.org/

http://www.worldwatercouncil.org/

http://www.safewater.org/

Water Supply and Sanitation Collaborative Council - http://www.wsscc.org/countries/africa/liberia/wash-coalition-overview

WASH United - http://www.wash-united.org/africa

Theory and history of theory - useful links

Digital archiving and repositories

  • ERA

Directions

Employment

Wikia listing SEM listing (for SEM members only - must log in)

Other

Testing

Help



Consult the User's Guide for information on using the wiki software.

Getting started