Folklore | Ethnomusicology Colloquy
F501 | 2554 | Tuohy

Class meets at 501 N. Park.  The objective of this team-taught course
is to introduce students to major points of correspondence and
convergence between folklore and ethnomusicology.  The course is
designed to engage students in a dialogue that explores the grounds
for integration of these lines of inquiry based upon their conceptual
frameworks, research methodologies, theoretical perspectives, modes
of professional engagement, and intellectual histories.  Required of
beginning graduate students in folklore and ethnomusicology, the
course is also open to--and encourages the participation of students
in adjacent fields with an interest in the role of symbolic forms in
society and culture, the sociology of culture, and the aesthetics of
everyday life.  Also counts as a core course for Ph.D. minors in
folklore and ethnomusicology.