Ethnomusicology Graduate Program Faculty
Harris M. Berger (Canada Research Chair) – American popular music, heavy metal music, phenomenology, and the theoretical foundations of ethnomusicology and folklore studies. Director, MMaP Research Centre.
Holly Everett – issues of power and ideology in belief, music, and material culture, particularly in the contexts of occupational folklife and cultural tourism.
Meghan Forsyth– Acadian music and dance, applied ethnomusicology, diaspora studies, cultural tourism, Atlantic Canada, British Isles.
Kati Szego – choral music/the voice, Hawai’i, diaspora, race, gender. Editor, Yearbook for Traditional Music.
Cory Thorne – queer and vernacular theory, Cuba, underground economies, popular culture/music, critical regionalism.
Beverley Diamond (Professor Emerita) – Indigenous music, gender, mediation
Tom Gordon (Professor Emeritus) – Moravian music, Nunatsiavut
Jane Gosine – music therapy, community music
Kristin Harris Walsh – Irish and Newfoundland dance
Ian Sutherland – sociology of music, leadership
Jeffrey van den Scott – Inuit music, Canada, contemporary music