Profiles in "Ethnomusicology" Expertise Area

  • Nilanjana Bhattacharjya's research focuses on popular music, film, and visual culture from South Asia and its diasporic communities.
  • Solis' field research includes Northern India, Mexico, Hawaii, and Puerto Rico. He directs the Music program's Latin marimba band, Marimba Maderas de Comitán and the Javanese gamelan "Children of the Mud Volcano."
  • Little teaches music history and ethnomusicology courses at ASU, including an online world music course that she designed for non-music majors.
  • Palmer, clarinetist and educator, enjoys a multifaceted musical career and works as a performing musician, educator, and arts administrator.
  • Dutta studies creative ways to address development, health and social disparity issues.
  • Christi Jay Wells is a musicologist and interdisciplinary scholar in the fields of jazz history, popular music studies, dance studies, and arts & cultural policy.
  • Professor Reed teaches courses in Federal Indian Law, Property and Intellectual Property. His research aims to assist Indigenous Peoples in protecting and promoting their creativity and innovation.
  • Fossum is an ethnomusicologist specializing in the music of Turkey and Central Asia.