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The Musicology/Ethnomusicology Division Colloquium Series- Biography | Genealogy | History: Hindustani Music History Making By Professor Daniel M. Neuman

Fri, April 12, 2013 | Butler School of Music MRH 2.634

4:00 PM

Daniel M. Neuman is a senior scholar in

ethnomusicology with a specialization in

Indian musical traditions. He has written and

co-edited three books: The Life of Music in

North India: The Organization of an Artistic

Tradition, published by Wayne State University

Press (1980) and republished by the University

of Chicago Press (1990) and Ethnomusicology

and Modern Music History, published by the

University of Illinois Press (1991) and Bards,

Ballads and Boundaries: An Ethnographic Atlas

of Musical Cultures in West Rajasthan (coauthored

with Shubha Chaudhuri), published by

Seagull Press (2007). Previously Neuman has

taught at Dartmouth College and at the

University of Washington, where he served for

ten years as Director of the School of Music,

before serving as Dean of the UCLA School of

the Arts and Architecture between 1996 and

2002 and as UCLA's Executive Vice Chancellor

and Provost from 2002 to 2006.

Sponsored by: South Asia Institute

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