…Community Music Division Administrator…
…Oct 2017 – guest seminar at Arizona State university, US
Jan 2018 – presenting at Reflective Conservatoire, Barbican-Guildhall UK
Feb 2018 – visiting lecturer at Limerick University, IRL
Jul 2018 – ISME Community Music commission, Georgia…
Making Sense of Group Singing
Simulating Group Singing in Virtual Reality
Sustaining a Portfolio Career in Music…
…e. In: Ecologies of Knowledge. 19 May 2017, Queens’ University Belfast.
Camlin, D.A. (2017b). Group Singing and Trauma Recovery. In: 20 June 2017, Bristol University.
Camlin, D.A. (2016a). Libraries Gave Us Power. In: [Online]. 14 November 2016, York St John University: International Centre for Community Music. Available from: https://www.researchgate.net/publication/310234121_Libraries_Gave_Us_Power.
Camlin, D.A. (2016b). Music In Three Dimensions. In: International Society for Music Education conference. July 2016, Glasgow: ISME.
Camlin, D.A. (2017c). Music in Three Dimensions. In: Wal…
Musician * Teacher * Researcher
Performance studies, Caribbean studies, Latino/a studies, popular music and dance, digital humanities, community engagement, service-learning, carnival, opera
David Skelton has a PhD in Religions of Western Antiquity from Florida State with an emphasis in the Second Temple period. His dissertation was on music and pedagogy in Ben Sira and the Dead Sea Scrolls. He is currently teaching courses on the survey of the Hebrew Bible and the Prophets. His research concerns the book of Ben Sira, the Dead Sea Scrolls, and Syriac Christianity. More specifically, he is interested in the use of prayer and music as a means of creating identity as well the pedagogical use of music in Early Jewish and Christian communities.
I am a PhD candidate in musicology at Florida State University. My dissertation focuses on the construction of collective morality through music in fan communities, specifically “wizard rock” in the Harry Potter fandom. My other research interests include gender studies, performers, and American music. Currently, I teach Music Appreciation and Introduction to Jazz at Wake Technical Community College in Raleigh, NC. In my free time, I volunteer for Mischief Management and Girls Rock! NC, perform in the Raleigh Civic Symphony, and play Irish traditional music whenever I can.
Joseph P. Fisher holds a Ph.D. in English from The George Washington University, where he works as a Learning Specialist in the Office of Disability Support Services. Joe also teaches in George Washington’s College of Professional Studies and at Northern Virginia Community College-Alexandria. Additionally, Joe co-edited the collection _The Politics of Post-9/11 Music: Sound, Trauma, and the Music Industry in the Time of Terror_, which was published by Ashgate Publishing in 2011. He is also a staff blogger for the website PopMatters. His current research explores the connections between late-twentieth century disability activism and the ethos of Western punk music.