Daniel B. Reed
Associate Professor of Folklore and Ethnomusicology
Office: 506 N. Fess Rm. 101
Phone: (812) 855-2535
E-mail: reedd indiana.edu
- Ph.D. Indiana University, 1999
- Africa; music and religion; mask performance; ritual; identity; popular music; immigration; transnationalism; diaspora; music and health
Courses Recently Taught
- West African Music
- Ritual Music in West Africa
- Global Pop Music
- Music, Immigration and Diaspora
- Music in Religious Thought & Experience
- Music in African Life
- Writing & Representation
Awards and Distinctions
- National Endowment for the Humanities Summer Scholar Award (2011)
- IU College of Arts and Sciences Institute Fellowship (2010-11)
- Forthcoming in 2016. Abidjan USA: Music, Dance and Mobility in the Lives of Four Ivorian Immigrant
- 2014. “Spirits from the Forest: Dan Masks in Performance and Everyday Life.”Grootaers, Jan-Lodewijk, ed., Visions from the Forests: The Art of Liberia and Sierra Leone. Minneapolis:Minneapolis Institute of Arts.
- 2011. “C’est le Wake Up! Africa: Two Case Studies of HIV/AIDS Edutainment Campaigns in Francophone Africa.” Gregory Barz and Judah Cohen, eds. The Culture of AIDS in Africa. London: Oxford University Press.
- 2005. “The Ge is in the Church and Our Parents are ‘Playing Muslim:’ Performance, Identity, and Resistance among the Dan in Postcolonial Côte d’Ivoire.” Ethnomusicology, 49 (3) pp.347-36.
2003. Dan Ge Performance: Masks and Music in Contemporary Côte d’Ivoire. Bloomington: Indiana University Press.