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Rookie Cards: An Interview with Michael Frishkopf

From time to time, Sounding Board will bring interviews with former editors and staffers of Ethnomusicology Review (née Pacific Review of Ethnomusicology). We're calling this series "Rookie Cards" and our first installment comes from Michael Frishkopf, PhD, Professor of Music, Director of the Canadian Centre for Ethnomusicology, and folkwaysAlive!

Ethnomusicology of the Closet: A New Undergraduate Course Offered at UCLA

Eve Sedgwick ushered in new era of understanding in gay and lesbian studies in 1990 with the publication Epistemology of the Closet, but a major shortcoming of the book is that its treatment of gender and sexuality stems from a distinctly Western perspective.

Introducing the New Team

Greetings All! My name is Rose Boomsma and I am excited to be taking on the role of Editor-in-Chief for Ethnomusicology Review. Having been involved in various ways with the journal for the past two years has taught me the importance of having a dedicated team of editors, eager to serve and create. This year we have quite a few new staff members who will be taking charge of different aspects of the Sounding Board and our Journal Volume.

CFP: Ethnomusicology Review Volume 20

Call for Papers: Deadline Extension!
Ethnomusicology Review is now accepting 

Review | Tamil Folk Music as Dalit Liberation Theology by Zoe C. Sherinian

Tamil Folk Music as Dalit Liberation Theology. By Zoe C. Sherinian. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 2014. [xxi, 344 p., ISBN 978-0-253-00233-4, Cloth: $50; E-Book: $43.] Multimedia website.

Reviewed by Vivek Virani

Methodological Potentiality and the Untranslatable: Sounding Difference in the Translating Riff. A Response to Helga Zambrano

To celebrate and extend the discussions engendered by the peer-reviewed articles in Ethnomusicology Review Volume 19, the editors are pleased to offer responses to these articles by scholars working on related themes in music research.

Where the River Meets the Sea: Music Tourism and the Production of Westernness

To celebrate and extend the discussions engendered by the peer-reviewed articles in Ethnomusicology Review Volume 19, the editors are pleased to offer responses to these articles by scholars working on related themes in music research. This submission by Amalia C.

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Editor’s Note: Ethnomusicology Review Editor In Chief Alex W.

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