Share your Fieldwork

The primary aim of Outreach Ethnomusicology is to share fieldwork research. Below is a list of items that are included for view by members of the community. 

Some of these articles are official documents of research which have been submitted to university departments, so they are set "not viewable" by the public, only registered members of outreach can view them. But, we welcome all sorts of articles within the interests of ethnomusicology, so please get in touch if you have something that might interest us.

If you would like to include some of your work, please let us know, and/or submit some of your research to our mailbox. Our contact address is info [at] o-em [dot] org. When we receive documents, we usually will have a full read through, and then reply with suggestions on how to edit and publish. How much exposure or access you want for your work will depend on your own needs, and we will publish or unpublish anything upon request. 

Thank you,



Giving Voice to Hope

Giving voice to hope is a rubric for musical participatory action research projects centered on development work in support of current and recent refugees. These projects aim to use music to heal and rebuild war-torn societies by promoting sustainable development and lasting peace, empowering locally, while raising awareness (and compassion) globally, facilitating the renaissance of musical community and supporting musicians' training and careers, forging a harmonious culture of music.

Recent and current projects include:

For more information contact  Michael Frishkopf.