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My research focuses on intersections of music and sound with spiritual experience, popular (religious) culture, diaspora and locality. Key areas of interest include Nigerian gospel music, African Christianities, and epistemology and designation in ethnographic research. I have conducted multi-sited ethnographic fieldwork in Brazil, Greece, Nigeria, the UK and the social media.
March 2018 - April 2021
On the Emic Gesture: Difference and Ethnography in Roy Wagner, by Iracema Dulley. New York: Routledge, 2019.
Η εισήγηση αυτή εστιάζει σε τάσεις μουσικής πρακτικής, θεώρησης και εμπειρίας που αφορούν κοινότητες της Αθήνας του 21ου αιώνα οι οποίες συνδέονται με νιγηριανικές πεντηκοστιανικές εκκλησίες. Αντλώντας από πολυετή εθνογραφική έρευνα σε τέτοιες κοινότητες όχι μόνο στην Ελλάδα, αλλά και στο Ηνωμένο Βασίλειο, τη Βραζιλία, τη Νιγηρία και τα μέσα κοινων...
Este projeto tem como objetivos interpretar, transcrever em partitura, utilizando a notação prescritiva, documentos musicais gregos antigos, fazer uma performance das peças interpretadas e reconstruídas e as gravar. Também pretendemos promover o entendimento do funcionamento dessas músicas, sua notação, atuação e valor na vida dos gregos antigos, v...
Ethnomusicology has been defined as the cultural study of music. It is an inherently interdisciplinary field, which is evident in the range of research methods employed in ethnomusicological research since its inception in the late 19th century. This entry looks at how research methods have developed in ethnomusicology from the 19th century onward....
This article explores the understudied thematic of Nigerian Pentecostal musicianship, by focusing on overlapping practices, perceptions, and experiences of musicians performing across religious and secular settings in Greece. The implementation of Nigerian Pentecostal music-making principles in secular performance contexts generates transcendent ex...
This chapter discusses the relation between religious musicking and locality by looking at the ways in which music is made and perceived among members of a Nigerian Pentecostal parish in Greece. Central to Nigerian Pentecostal worship, music making is seen as a powerful means of spiritual engagement. Appointed music ministers carry special responsi...