Theses and Dissertations
Recent Dissertations, Theses, and Major Research Papers by Memorial University's Graduate Students in Ethnomusicology
Art Rock: Nationalism, Cultural Distinctiveness, and Reflections of The Group of Seven in Canadian Popular Music by Pat Brennan, MA major research paper.
Concept, Context and Collaboration in R. Murray Schafer's Patria 7: Asterion by Evelyn Lavoie, MA major research paper.
Music and Identity among Mi'kmaq in Bay St. George, Newfoundland by Erin Sharpe, MA major research paper.
Nationalism, the Centennial, and Canadian Classical Music. Three Case Studies of Composers Using Indigenous Cultural Texts by Jeremy Strachan, MA major research paper.
Innovation and Continuity: The Application of Liturgical Inculturation in two Churches in St. John's, Newfoundland by Kathryn Anne Meghan Bowen, MA major research paper
(Un)Expected Sounds: Cross-Cultural Listeners' Perceptions of Contemporary Sami Music by Ainslie Durnin, MA major research paper
Encoding Song: Faithful Defiance In Mexican Mennonite Music Making by Judith Marie Klassen, PhD Dissertation (abstract)
“Our Strength Is Ourselves”: Identity, Status, and Cultural Revitalization Among The Mi'kmaq in Newfoundland by Janice Esther Tulk, PhD Dissertation (abstract)
Lyrical Muses: An Exploration of the Lives and Work of Five St. John's Songwriters by Jordan Mitchell, MA major research paper
Music and Politics in the Croatian-Canadian Community by Kathleen Ruth Wiens, MA Thesis (abstract)
Taking Up (Men's) Space: Female Musicians' Experience and Identity-Construction in the Traditionally Male-Dominated World of Highland Piping by Heather Anne Wright, MA major research paper.
"Good Works" with Benefits: Using Applied Ethnomusicology and Participatory Action Research in Benefit Concert Production at the Unitarian Church of Vancouver by Samantha Fletcher, MA Thesis (abstract)
A Performance Ethnography of the 2005 Beaches Accordion Festival, Eastport, Newfoundland by Kellyanne Denney Best, MA major research paper