Thematic Studies in Ethnomusicology and Dissertation Writing

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Course Code: 
MUS 3209
Course Credit Units: 
Semester 2
Year of Study: 
Year 3
Undergraduate or Graduate Level: 
Undergraduate Level
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Course Description & Objectives: 

Thematic studies in ethnomusicology, is an exploratory course through which students are exposed to a number of conceptual issues that participate in constructing music and dance. It is geared towards understanding the ways in which music and dance are linked within social, political, economic, and cultural formations. In addition, students will be offered individual supervision for the dissertation, which must be based on an original research and must be submitted just before the written examinations of the second semester.                                                                                                                                                                                                                Objectives: 

  • To broaden the students’ understanding of ethnomusicology as a study of music and dance within and as a cultural phenomenon, shaped by social, political and economic structures
  • To deeper the students’ critical thinking of how music and dance define culture and how culture shapes music and dance


Learning Outcomes: 
  • Critical understanding of music and dance as a cultural, political and social phenomenon
  • Critical understanding of how social-cultural and political structures shape music and dance
  • Completed and well-written dissertation samba porno porno gratis x