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Visiting Research Scholar

ABE Marié

ABE Marié

  • Specialized Field(s)
    Ethnomusicology
  • Current Research Themes
    Cultural History of Sound and Hearing
  • Keywords for Research
    Sound studies, chindon-ya, public space
Professional Experience
  • 2010
    Assistant Professor, Boston University
  • 2010
    Postdoctoral Fellow, Reischauer Center for Japanese Studies, Harvard University
  • 2016
    Visiting Assistant Professor, Harvard University
  • 2018
    Associate Professor, Boston University
  • 2018
    Visiting Research Scholar, International Research Center for Japanese Studies
Degree(s)
  • 2010
    PhD, University of California, Berkeley
Achievements
Books
  • Resonances of Chindon-ya: Sound, Space, and Sociality in Contemporary Japan, Music and Culture , Wesleyan University Press, Middletown, CT , 241 pages, 2018
Articles
  • “Rendre sonore le mouvement antinucléaire dans le Japon de l’après- Fukushima. Quand le silence et le chindon-ya résonnen,” Une pluralité audible? Mondes de musique dans la ville, (Audible plurality? Worlds of music in the City), University Press of Tours, Tours, France , 2018
  • “Resonances of Silence: Sounding Against Nuclear Power in Post-3.11 Japan,” Ethnomusicology 60:2, University of Illinois Press, Champagn, IL, 2016, pp.233-262
  • “Reimagining Oaxacan Heritage through the Accordion in San Joaquin Valley, California,” Journal of Popular Music Studies 27 :3, University of California Press, Berkeley, CA , 2015, pp.304-327
  • “Resounding Imaginative Empathy: Chindon-ya’s Affective Economies on the Streets of Osaka, Japan,” Sound, Space and Sociality in Japan, Routledge, London, UK , 2014, pp.89-107