Exploring Disciplinary Boundaries between Eth-nomusicology and Cultural Musicology through My Own Ph.D. Research Project
The present paper seeks to establish the distinction (if there is any) between contemporary ethnomusicology and cultural musicology by using my own Ph.D. research project as a case study. One way to approach this task is to assess the extent to which the very topic and objectives of my Ph.D. project, as well as at the theories and methodologies used, correspond to the current tendencies in the two fields of studies. The aim of such a survey is twofold: one is to open a debate on the (im)possibility of drawing clear disciplinary boundaries, and the other is to try and position my Ph.D. research along disciplinary lines.
ConferenceMonititeteinen musiikintutkimus. Suomen Musiikintutkijoiden 16. Symposium - The 16th Annual Symposium for Music Scholars in Finland Jyväskylä 21.-23.3.2012
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