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The moral maze of image ethics. Helen Simons, and Robin Usher. Log on to NYU Home. Search Bobcat for Accunet. Click on URL. American Memory. Performance History Methodologies. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, pp. Dening , Greg. Foucault, Michel. Nietzsche, Genealogy, History. Aesthetics, Method, and Epistemology. New York: The New Press. To read online, click rotate button on far right of toolbar in Adobe Acrobat. Roach, Joseph.

Carnival and the Law in New Orleans. TDR 37, no. Explicate the approach s to historical method put forward by each author. Your project : Reflecting on the readings, consider what your project might look like were you to imagine it as an historical project? How would you set the problem? What would be the driving questions? How would you position your project? What would be the research priorities and how would you proceed, methodologically? General PS Exam reading list : Identify at least 5 works books and articles currently on the General Area Exam lists as well as others that you would recommend adding to the list, including any on this syllabus that would provide a basis for demonstrating what Performance Studies might have to offer to the study of history and vice versa.

Explain your choices. Recommended Abelove, Henry. Deep gossip. Batchen, Gregory. Deep storage: collecting, storing, and archiving in art. Visit: Vera Frankel's Transit Bar. Canning, Kathleen. The Body as Method? Reflections on the Place of the Body in Gender History. Carlson, Marvin, ed. Theatre research resources in New York City. New York: Martin E. Connerton, Paul. How societies remember. Cook, T. Archival Science 2, no.

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History and Theory 38, no. Hamilton, Carolyn, ed. Refiguring the archive. Harris, V. Hartman, Saidiya V. Scenes of subjection : terror, slavery, and self-making in nineteenth-century America. Race and American Culture. New York : Oxford University Press. The Time of Slavery. The South Atlantic Quarterly , no. Ketelaar, E. Tacit Narratives: The Meanings of Archives. Archival Science 1, no. Halttunen, Karen. Fabian, Johannes. Remembering the present: painting and popular history in Zaire. Berkeley, Calif. Franko, Mark. The dancing body in renaissance choreography c.

Birmingham, Ala. The work of dance: labor, movement, and identity in the s. Middletown, Conn. Franko, Mark, and Annette Richards, eds. Acting on the past: historical performance across the disciplines. Jenkins, Keith, and Alun Munslow. Re-thinking history. Lhamon, W. Cambridge, Harvard University Press. Levine, Lawrence W. McConachie, B.

Melodramatic formations: American theatre and society, Iowa City, University of Iowa Press. Mbembe, Achilles. African Modes of Self-Writing. Public Culture 14, no. On the power of the false. Miller, Joseph C. The American Historical Review, , no. Oral version.

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Cities of the Dead: Circum-Atlantic Performance. New York: Columbia University Press. Schechner, Richard. Restoration of behavior. Between theater and anthropology. Schwartz J. Shelemay, Kay Kaufman.

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Stoler, A. Colonial Archives and the Arts of Governance. Mining the museum: an installation by Fred Wilson. Yung, Bell. Cantonese opera: performance as creative process. Ards, Angela. Black bibliophiles: professional and amateur collectors indulge in a passion for black history and culture.

The role of sound archives in ethnomusicology today. Ethnomusicology 30, no. Wareham, E. Jaclyn Jeffrey and Glenace Ecklund Edwall. Lanham, Md. Portelli, Alessandro. What makes oral history different? T he death of Luigi Trastulli, and other stories: form and meaning in oral history. State University of New York Press. Laub, Dori. An event without a witness: Truth, testimony, and survival. In Testimony: crises of witnessing in literature, psychoanalysis, and history , by Shoshana Felman and Dori Laub.

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Browse: Stephen Mayer. Gates, Jr. American Slaves Speak. Listen : How the narratives were collected and transcribed. Selected music. Listen: Interview with Fountain Hughes, a year-old former slave, in in Baltimore, from the spoken-word collection at the American Folklife Center of the Library of Congress. Patricia Williams interviews death row inmate Mumia Abu- Jamal. Adenaike, Carolyn Keyes, and Jan Vansina. In pursuit of history: fieldwork in Africa. Portsmouth, N. Baum, Willa K. Transcribing and Editing Oral History.

Cameron, Deborah. Verbal hygiene. Politics of Language. Oral history: an interdisciplinary anthology. Walnut Creek: AltaMira Press. Eakin, Paul John. How our lives become stories making selves. Ithaca: Cornell University Press. Gluck, Sherna Berger, and Daphne Patai, eds.

Women's words: The feminist practice of oral history. Grele, Ronald J.

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Kim, Elaine H. East to America: Korean American life stories. New York: New Press. Kratz, Corinne. Conversations and Lives. In African words, African voices: critical practices in oral history. Labov, William. Uncovering the event structure of narrative. To appear in Georgetown University Round Table Georgetown, Washington, D. Lippi-Green, Rosina, ed. Interactive oral history interviewing. LEA's Communication Series. Hillsdale, N. J: Erlbaum Associates. Plummer, Ken. On the diversity of life documents.

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Oxford: Oxford University Press. Thompson, Paul. The Voice of the Past: Oral History. Vansina, Jan. Oral tradition: a study in historical methodology. London: Penguin.. Art history in Africa: an introduction to method. Oral tradition as history. Webb, Barbara L. Weekly Schedule.

Conquergood, Lorne Dwight. Performance Studies: Interventions and Radical Research. We meet promptly at Fretz, and Linda L. Writing ethnographic fieldnotes. Reading Guidlines: 1. Make a checklist of what you will want to pay attention to. In light of that choice and in relation to your dissertation project , w hich options in Writing Ethnographic Fieldnotes do you anticipate might work best for you and why? Recommended Feld, Steven. Finnegan, Ruth. Geertz, Clifford.

Thick description. The interpretation of cultures; selected essays. New York: Basic Books. Ginsburg, Faye. The case of mistaken identity: problems in representing women on the right. When they read what we write: The politics of ethnography. Brettell, Westport: Bergina and Garvey. Deep play : notes on the Balinese cockfight. The interpretation of cultures : selected essays. Lofland, John, and Lyn H Lofland. Data Logging in Intensive Interviewing. Analyzing social settings: a guide to qualitative observation and analysis.

Belmont, Calif: Wadsworth. McCall, George J, and J. L Simmons. Issues in participant observatio: a text and reader. Reading, Mass: Addison-Wesley Pub. A Note on Geertz as a Cultural Essayist. Response to Geertz. New Literary History 21, no. Schneider, Mark A. Culture-as-Text in the Work of Clifford Geertz.

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Theory and Society 16, no. Williams, Brackette F. Skinfolk, not kinfolk: Comparative reflections on the identity of participant-observation in two field situations. Feminist dilemmas in fieldwork. Diane L. Boulder, Colo: WestviewPress. Reading Guidelines : 1 How would you characterize Sklar's "experimental somatic approach"?

Sound of Africa! A ssignment: 1. How does Meintjes define her project? Pay special attention to the various ways that she articulates as a stated goal and in the actual analysis the relationship between a microanalysis of music, its production, performance, and experience, on the one hand, and a macroanalysis of the industry and larger political contexts and struggles on the other.

How, precisely, does she move between these levels of attention and analysis? Characterize her research methodologies and writing strategies and the rationale for the choices that she makes. What do these choices let her do? Be specific and give examples. How might you apply what she does to your project?

Cooley, eds. New York: Oxford University Press. Berger, Harris M. The practice of perception: multi-functionality and time in the musical experiences of a Heavy Metal drummer. Ethnomusicology 41, no. The soul of mbira: music and traditions of the Shona people of Zimbabwe. Cohen, Sara. Ethnography and popular music studies. Popular Music 12, no. Diehl, Keila. Feld, Steven. Sound and sentiment: birds, weeping, poetics, and song in Kaluli expression.

From schizophonia to schismogenesis: on the discourses and commodification practices of "world music" and 'world beat". Music grooves: essays and dialogues. Interview with Feld. Yearbook for Traditional Music Communication, Music, and Speech about Music. Yearbook for Traditional Music, Finnegan, Ruth H. Keil , Charles. Keil, Charles, and Steven Feld. Respecting Aretha: A Letter Exchange. The craft of inquiry. Haig, Brian.

Grounded Theory as Scientific Method. Philosophy of Education Yearbook. Breuer, Franz, and Wolff-Michael Roth. Reading Guidelines and Assignment How do these readings deal with: 1 the relationship of "theory," "method," and "research"? Outline a possible way to design the research for your project in light of these readings? Recommended Booth, Wayne C. Colomb, and Joseph M. The Craft of Research. Bourdieu, Pierre, J.

The craft of sociology: epistemological preliminaries. Berlin, New York: Walter de Gruyter. Clough, Peter, and Cathy Nutbrown. A student's guide to methodology: justifying enquiry. Kaplan, Abraham. The conduct of inquiry: methodology for behavioral science. Latour, Bruno.

We have never been modern. A prologue in the form of a dialog between a student and his somewhat Socratic professor. De Vaus, D. Research design in social research. Wacquant, Loic. Critique of Duneier and others working on street life. Your research project: a step-by-step guide for the first-time researcher. Stone, Ruth M. Event, feedback, and analysis: rsesearch media in the study of musical events. Ethnomusicology 25, no. Truesdell, Barbara. Oral History Techniques and Baum, Willa.

Tips for Interviewers. Search for Halimuhfack. Select a person to interview. Details if other :. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. Preview — Seize the Dance! Seize the Dance! Seize the Dance is an ethnomusical study focused on the music and danc "Pygmy music" has captivated students and scholars of anthropology and music for decades if not centuries, but until now this aspect of their culture has never been described in a work that is at once vividly engaging, intellectually rigorous, and self-consciously aware of the ironies of representation.

Seize the Dance is an ethnomusical study focused on the music and dance of BaAka forest people, who live in the Lobaye region of the Central African Republic. Based on ethnographic research that Michelle Kisliuk conducted from through , this book describes BaAka songs, drum rhythms, and dance movements--along with their contexts of social interaction--in an elegant narrative that is enhanced by many photographs, musical illustrations, and field recordings on two compact discs. Get A Copy.

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