I acquire books in the celebrated Chicago Studies in Ethnomusicology series, now in its third decade. I especially welcome projects that transform the local insights of ethnographic research and close attention to music into incisive analysis that drives scholarship forward. The series comprises books from a range of global contexts and has recently produced work by Alessandra Ciucci, Meredith Schweig, and Richard David Williams. The next book in the Big Issues in Music series will be Jairo Moreno’s Sounding Latin Music, Hearing the Americas.
I began my career in publishing in the Press’s marketing department in 2017. Before working at the Press, I completed a doctorate in comparative literature at the University of Chicago with an emphasis on twentieth-century Caribbean literature.
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