From the Archives

Curated by Maureen Russell

Mantle Hood papers now available online

The Ethnomusicology Archive is happy to announce that the Mantle Hood Papers are available online on UCLA Library Digital Collections.  This collection focuses on Hood's early papers and correspondence (1950s) and was donated to the Archive in 2011 by Hood's sons, Marlowe, Maiyo, Mitro, and Madé.&n

Donn Borcherdt photos (Mexico, Chile) now online

The UCLA Ethnomusicology Archive is thrilled to announce that photos from the Donn Borcherdt Collection are now online as part of UCLA Library Digital Collections.
 
Donald R. Borcherdt, known as "Donn" to his friends and colleagues, received his B.A.

Reflections on Pandemic Pedagogy

When UCLA announced on March 13 that we would transition to remote instruction for the entirety of spring quarter, I had to quickly reconceptualize my graduate seminar. Like so many other instructors at my institution and elsewhere, I needed a crash course in the mechanics of online teaching.

Highlights from the Ethnomusicology Archive: the Aman collection

The Aman Folk Ensemble had its roots in a UCLA student dance group called the UCLA Village Dancers. In 1963, the campus group was re-conceived by Anthony Shay (Associate Professor of Dance at Pomona College) and Leona Wood (painter and dancer), as Aman.

Pages

"Sounding Board" is intended as a space for scholars to publish thoughts and observations about their current work. These postings are not peer reviewed and do not reflect the opinion of Ethnomusicology Review. We support the expression of controversial opinions, and welcome civil discussion about them. We do not, however, tolerate overt discrimination based on race, sex, gender, sexual orientation, or religion, and reserve the right to remove posts that we feel might offend our readers.
Subscribe to RSS - From the Archives