Current Research Projects
MMaP is involved in a variety of projects that document and interpret individual music cultures and examine fundamental theoretical issues in ethnomusicology, folklore, and allied fields. This is a partial list of projects that the Centre is currently developing.
The Neighbours Project: A Phone App of Narratives and Interviews from the Cultural Communities of St. John’s (Producers: Dr. Meghan Forsyth and Dr. Beverley Diamond)
Ahâk, Ahâk! Moravian Music of the Labrador Inuit. Compact Disc. (Producer: Dr. Tom Gordon)
Voices of Placentia Bay: A Digital Archive of Music and Narrative (Producers: Dr. Meghan Forsyth). A partnership between MMaP, the Town of Placentia Bay, and the Placentia Area Historical Society.
Phenomenology in Ethnomusicology 2018: The St. John’s Conference. June 5-7, 2018. More information coming soon!
The Neighbours Project: A Web Archive of Narratives and Interviews from the Cultural Communities of St. John’s (Producer: Dr. Meghan Forsyth)
MacEdward Leach and the Songs of Atlantic Canada: A Digital Archive. 2nd edition (Executive Producer: Dr. Harris M. Berger. Producers: Dr. Meghan Forsyth and Dr. Anna Kearney Guigné)
Music Research Annual, a peer reviewed scholarly journal debuting in 2020.
The Field Collections of Gordon MacLennan: A Digital Archive of Scottish Gaelic Music and Narrative in Canada (Producer: Dr. Tiber Falzett)