Here at Dissertation-Editor, we've written our own dissertations and theses - we know what the process is like and how much work it entails. We also love when we get to share what we've learned from our dissertations, which is exactly what Dr. Roda did recently on a podcast of Ethnomusicology Today, now available on iTunes.

The episode is Episode 5, and here's what Ethnomusicology Today had to say:

"In this episode we talk with Allen Roda, whose article “Ecology of the Global Tabla Industry” was recently published in the journal Ethnomusicology. Roda examines the global tabla industry as a complex ecosystem involving many contributors, including instruments, the artisans who make them, and the musicians who play them. Roda explores the material culture of the tabla and the complex craftsmanship that goes into manufacturing it."

 

Subscribe to Ethnomusicology Today via iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/ethnomusicology-today/id1042087712?mt=2

Or listen to the podcast via streaming on the SEM website: http://www.ethnomusicology.org/group/Pub_Podcast
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