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 School of Music's Latin marimba band, Marimba Maderas de Comitán.
  • 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 an 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.