This guide highlights resources at the University Library related to the themes discussed during Sound Methods for a New World: A Symposium on Collaborative and Co-Creative Methods for Music Research. It includes both print and online resources with information about how to access them through the Library. Many of the online resources are restricted to university affiliates with an active NetID.
More resources can be found by searching the library catalog for terms like applied ethnomusicology, participatory action research, action research, arts-based research, and community-based research.
To explore more about various research methods, check out SAGE Research Methods Online:
Gubner J. 2022. “Domingo en Plaza Almagro (Sunday in Plaza Almagro). Journal for Audiovisual Ethnomusicology 1(1).
Allison TA, Gubner J, Oh A, Harrison KL, Pham K, Barnes DE, Johnson JK, Covinsky KE, Smith AK. 2021. “Meaningful Activities and Sources of Meaning for Community-Dwelling People Living with Dementia.” Journal of the Medical Directors Association S1525-8610(21)00735-0.
Gubner J, Smith A, Allison T. 2020. "Transforming undergraduate student perceptions of dementia through music and filmmaking.” Journal of the American Geriatrics Society 68: 1083-1089
Gubner J. 2018. "The Music and Memory Project: Understanding Music and Dementia through Applied Ethnomusicology and Experiential Filmmaking." Yearbook for Traditional Music 50: 15-40.
Gubner J. 2018. “More than Fishnets & Fedoras: Filming Social Aesthetics in the Tango Scenes of Buenos Aires & The Making of A Common Place (2010).” Sound Ethnographies 1(1): 171-186.