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      Philip Vandermeer
    music and social change, cross-cultural studies of music and religion, and the traditional and popular music of the American South. more...
    Philip Vandermeer
    Title:Head, Branch Libraries & Music Librarian, University Library
    Department/School:University Library, CB#3906
    Telephone:(919) 966-1113
    Email:vanderme@email.unc.edu
    Webpage:
    Appointed Year:2001
    Tenured:
    Education:Doctorate (1999), Univ Maryland
    World Area Of Focus:
    • Latin America (10%-25%)
    Languages:
    Specialization:music and social change, cross-cultural studies of music and religion, and the traditional and popular music of the American South.
    Relevant Experience:
    Distinctions:Fiscal Officer and Member-at-Large on the Board of Directors of the Music Library Association
    Dissertations and Theses Supervised in Past 5 Years:
    Relevant Courses Taught:
    Recent Publications:• 2006 Editor, Book Reviews, Notes: The Quarterly Journal of the Music Library Association, 2005-2006.
    • 2000 Editor, Music Library Association Technical Reports. Series, 1998-2000. 2000
    • 1994 'Ethnomusicology and the Music Library:Implications for Reference Service.' In World Music in Music Libraries. Compiled and edited by Carl Rahkonen. (MLA Technical Report no. 24.) Canton, MA:Music Library Association. 1994
    • 1991 'Gongs and Gong Making in Java:Technical Achievement in the Spiritual Realm.' Percussive Notes. 1991
    • 1991 Three Centuries of American Music: A Collection of American Sacred and Secular Music. Vol 7: American Sacred Music. New York: G.K. Hall. 1991
    • 1991 'Bibliographies of Music Literature:Ethnomusicology' and 'Ethnic and World Music on Records.' In Music Reference and Research Materials:An Annotated Bibliography, 5th edition. Edited by Ida Reed and Vincent Duckles. New York:Schirmer. 1991
     
     

    Database of Faculty with International Expertise

    This database enhances and streamlines access to information on the international expertise of faculty at the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill. It is free of charge and available to faculty, students, and the general public.

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