Collaborative Ethnomusicology (AMR 13)
Collaborative Ethnomusicology: New Approaches to Music Research between Indigenous and Non-Indigenous Australians, edited by Katelyn Barney.
Collaborative Ethnomusicology explores the processes, benefits and challenges of collaborative ethnomusicological research between Indigenous and non-Indigenous people in Australia. While there are many examples of research and recordings that demonstrate close collaboration between Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australians, this volume is the first to focus on the ways these processes allow Indigenous and non-Indigenous music researchers to work together and learn from each other. Drawing on case studies from across Australia, each chapter brings significant insights into the many positives and some of the discomforts in collaborative spaces, highlighting the ongoing dialogue needed in order to improve relationships between Indigenous and non-Indigenous people and inform the future of ethnomusicological research in Australia.
2 Creative Collaborations in the Contact Zone
3 Collaboration, Provenance and Copyright/ “Ownership”: Navigating Challenges in the Production of Torres Strait Islander CD/DVD Projects in Australia
4 Mirrwana and Wurrkama: Applying an Indigenous Knowledge Framework to Collaborative Research on Ceremonies
Payi Linda Ford, Linda Barwick and Allan Marett
5 Remembrances and Relationships: Rethinking Collaboration in Ethnomusicology as Ethical and Decolonising Practice
Elizabeth Mackinlay and Gordon Chalmers
6 Collaborative Music Research at the Contact Zone in Cherbourg, an Aboriginal Community in Queensland
Katelyn Barney and Monique Proud
7 Two Decades in the Contact Zone: A Critical Assessment of Process and Productivity in Koori Music Research
Robin Ryan and Uncle Herb Patten
8 Consensus and Collaboration in the Making of the National Recording Project for Indigenous Performance in Australia
Aaron Corn and Payi Linda Ford
9 When Performance Comes before Research: Reflecting on a Tiwi/Non-Tiwi Musical and Research Collaboration
Genevieve Campbell and Teresita Kilapayu Puruntatameri
10 Singing the Winds of Change: Ethnomusicology and the Generation of New Collaborative Contexts for the Teaching of Warlpiri Knowledge across Generations and Cultures
Aaron (Japangardi) Corn and Wanta Jampijinpa Patrick
11 How Do You Feel about Squeezing Oranges:? Dialogues about Difference and Discomfort in Intercultural Ethnomusicological Research Collaboration in the Kimberley
Sally Treloyn and Rona Googninda Charles
Paperback: xi, 202 p. RRP $55 ISBN: 9780734037770 ISSN: 1325 5266
For in-stock items, where shipping applies, you will require to provide your shipping details at the time of checkout to have an accurate delivery estimate. Please allow a minimum of 24 hours to confirm the shipment details.