Ethnomusicology Student Groups: Poland, France, and Portugal

In this post we invite you to take a look at the work that is being developed by Ethnomusicology student groups in Poland, France and Portugal. Describing their work in their own words, they tell us about their past, present and future projects. Visit their sites, get in touch with them, and support their wonderful work!

Poland
AMU Ethnomusicology Student Group (Poznań). Our Ethnomusicology Student Group was founded in 2013 as a section of the Musicology Research Group at Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznan (AMU). The inspiration to form such a group came from student fieldwork in Belarus. Since then we have been running an ethnomusicological center in Poznań. We collaborate in many different ways with the AMU Department of Ethnology and Cultural Anthropology, as well as The Oskar Kolberg Institute. Continue reading…

France
EthnomusiKa is an organization devoted to music and musicians from all over the world that supports both research and public awareness of musical knowledge and practices. Created in 2007 by a group of ethnomusicology students from three Universities (EHESS, Paris Sorbonne, Nanterre University), ethnomusiKa has become a platform to enable students and world music lovers to gather, discuss, share, practice and listen to music together. Constinue reading…

Portugal
Post-ip (Post in Progress) was founded in 2009, through the initiative of a group of post-graduate students from the University of Aveiro (Portugal). They proposed organising an international academic meeting as part of activities at the University of Aveiro branch of the Institute of Ethnomusicology – Centre for Studies in Music and Dance (INET-md). Continue reading…

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