Ana María Alarcón Jiménez
Nome/Name
Ana María Alarcón Jiménez
 
Contacto profissional/Professional Contact
Endereço/Address

Universidade Nova de Lisboa
INET-MD - Instituto de Etnomusicologia
Ave. de Berna 26 C
1069-061 Lisboa 

Email
anamaria.aj@gmail.com
 
Filiação institucional/Institutional Affiliation
INET, Universidade Nova de Lisboa
 
Categoria ou actividade/Activity
Doutoranda em Ciências Musicais, Etnomusicologia- Universidade Nova de Lisboa

EDUCATION

Universidade Nova de Lisboa, INET-MD, Lisbon. Ph.D in Ethnomusicology, date of graduation: 2015.

City University of New York, Graduate Center, New York City. Ph.D courses in ethnomusicology. September-December 2009..

University of California, San Diego, CA. Master of Arts in Music. 2009.

University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, AR. Bachelor of Arts Magna Cum Laude. Double major in Music and Latin American Studies.

Music, Technology and Innovation Research Center, De Montfort University, Leicester, United Kingdom. Exchange student. Independent studies in Japanese computer music analysis. June 2005.

Centre de Création Musicale Iannis Xenakis (CCMIX), Paris, France. Summer computer composition course. July 2005.

Universidad Nacional de Colombia, Bogotá, Colombia, transferred to the University of Arkansas. Double major: History and Bassoon Performance, January 1999-June 2001.

Universidad Nacional de Colombia, Bogotá, Colombia. Bassoon Performance, Pre-College Division, August 1995-December 1998.

ACADEMIC HONORS

City University of New York:
Enhanced Chancellor´s Fellowship, September to December 2009.

University of California, San Diego:
Miguel Velez Scholarship, September 2007 to May 2009.

University of Arkansas:
Honors College Study Abroad Grant, Summer 2005.
Fulbright Institute of International Relations Study Abroad Grant, Summer 2005.
Honors College Undergraduate Research Grant, January-December 2005.
Award for Academic Excellence, Office of Commuter Students, fall 2004.
Anne Kittrell Memorial Scholarship , 2002-2003, University of Arkansas, Music Department Scholarship.
University of Arkansas Orchestra Scholarship (Bassoon), 2001-2006.

Other:
Mejores Bachilleres de Colombia 1997

LANGUAGES

Spanish and English—Fluent 

Portuguese—Intermediate


TEACHING

Teaching Assistant – University of California, San Diego:

Music of Asia and Oceania, Fall quarter 2007 & Winter quarter 2009
The Lore of the Qin, Summer quarter 2008
Music of Africa, Spring quarter 2008
Musics of Multicultural America, Winter quarter 2008 & Fall quarter 2008

RESEARCH


Research Assistant , Lisbon, Portugal, Universidade Nova de Lisboa. Researcher of the project: "
O Celtismo e as suas Percussões na Música na Galiza e no Norte de Portugal,” May 2011-present: http://fcsh.unl.pt/media/reportagens/o-celtismo-e-as-suas-repercussoes-na-musica-na-galiza-e-no-norte-de-portugal_3

Research Visitor, Santiago de Compostela, Spain. Institute of Heritage Sciences (Incipit), Spanish National Research Council (CSIC), April-July 2013.

PRESENTATIONS

International Association for the Study of Popular Music, Gijón, España, June 2013. Panel title: “Building Bridges”: Building Celtic Festivals in Galicia and Northern Portugal.

Society for Ethnomusicology Conference, New Orleans, USA, November 1-4 2012. Paper title: “Listening to People Listening: Memories of the International Festival of the Celtic World of Ortigueira.”

Fourth International Doctoral Workshop, Hildesheim, Germany, June 27-30, 2012. Paper title: “Listening
to People Listening: space and place at the International Festival of the Celtic World of Ortigueira.”

Japan Foundation Winter Time Conferences, Madrid, March 30 2011. Paper title: “Música del periodo Edo: Bunraku.”

FEIAP (Spanish Research Forum on Asia-Pacific), Zaragoza, October 25-30, 2010. Paper title: “Entre lo folclórico y lo popular: Shima-Uta, una canción de inspiración Okinawense en Argentina.”

III Jornadas de Estudiantes de Musicología y Jóvenes Musicólogos, Universidad Complutense de Madrid April 21-23, 2010. Poster title: “Mi música, tu ruido: muros, performance y espacios compartidos.

IX Semana Cultural Japonesa, Universidad de Zaragoza, April 12-16, 2010. Lecture title: “Traspasando las fronteras del silencio, la música y el ruido: exploraciones sonoras en el Noise japonés.

Conference Borderless Ethnomusicology, The Society for Ethnomusicology, Ciudad de México, November 19-22, 2009. Paper title: “Walking on the Border between Folk and Pop: Shima-Uta, an Okinawan Inspired Song in Argentina.”

Conference “Music and the Public Sphere.” University of California, Los Angeles, May 12-13, 2006. “Creating Silence through Noise: The Soundscape of the Tokyo of the 1970s.”

PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS

SEM: The Society for Ethnomusicology.