Fellows’ Publications and Other Projects

Cohen, Matthew

  • Matthew Cohen. 2019. “Wayang in Jaman Now: Reflexive Traditionalization and Local, National, and Global Networks of Javanese Shadow Puppet Theatre.”  Theatre Research International. Vol. 44, No. 1: 40-57.

  • Matthew Cohen. 2018. “Worlds of wayang: The Dr. Walter Angst and Sir Henry Angest Collection of Indonesian Puppet.”  Yale University Art Gallery Bulletin, 40-47.

  • Matthew Cohen. 2018. “The Dr. Walter Angst and Sir Henry Angest Collection of Indonesian Puppets: The structure of the conjuncture.” Asian Theatre Journal. Vol. 35, No. 2: 300-328.

Dalgic, Orgu

  • Orgu Dalic. W/ Alexander Sokolicek. 2017. “Aphrodisias.” In The Archaeology of Byzantine Anatolia: From the End of Late Antiquity until the Coming of the Turks, ed. Philipp Niewöhner,  268-79. New York: Oxford Scholarship Online.

  • Orgu Dalic. W/ A. Commito. 2017. “Christianization of the Landscape” and “Middle Byzantine Revival.” In The Countryside of Aphrodisias, 93-113 and 114-120.  Ann Arbor: Kelsey Museum Publications.

  • Orgu Dalic. 2015. “The Triumph of Dionysos in Constantinople: A Late Fifth-Century Mosaic in Context.” Dumbarton Oaks Papers. Vol. 69: 15-49. 

Davis, Ruth

  • Ruth Davis.  2015.  Musical Exodus: Al-Andalus and its Jewish Diasporas. Lanham, MD; Oxford: Rowman & Littlefield. Edited book.

  • Ruth Davis. 2015. “Introduction: Musical Exodus, Musical Ingathering.”  Musical Exodus, ix–xxxv.

  • Ruth Davis.  2013.  Robert Lachmann’s “Oriental Music” Broadcasts, 1936–1937: A Musical Ethnography of Mandatory Palestine. Middleton, WI: A-R Editions. 

  • Ruth Davis.  2013. “Music in the Mirror of Multiple Nationalisms: Sound Archives and Ideology in Israel and Palestine.” In P. Bohlman (Ed.), The Cambridge History of World Music, 498–521.  Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 

  • Ruth Davis. 2012.  “Translating ‘Music of Foreign Nations’: Perspectives of a Comparative Musicologist in Mandatory Palestine.” Journal of Mediterranean Studies. Vol. 21, No 2: 261–276.  Project MUSE muse.jhu.edu/article/671797.

DiCenso, Daniel

  • Daniel J. DiCenso & Rebecca Maloy.  2017.  Chant, Liturgy, and the Inheritance of Rome
    Essays in Honour of Joseph Dyer.  Woodbridge, UK: Boydell & Brewer.

Dirksen, Rebecca

  • Rebecca Dirksen. 2022. “Reinvoking Gran Bwa (Great Forest): Music, Environmental Justice, and a Vodou-Inspired Mission to Plant Trees across Haiti.” In The Routledge Companion to Music and Human Rights, edited by Julian Fifer, Angela Impey, Peter G. Kirchschlaeger, Manfred Nowak, and George Ulrich, 228-245. Abingdon-on-Thames, UK: Routledge. 

  • Rebecca Dirksen. 2022. [Co-authored] With Mark Pedelty, Aaron S. Allen, Chiao-Wen Chiang, and Tyler Kinnear. “Ecomusicology: Tributaries and Distributaries of an Integral Field.” Music Research Annual 3: 1-36. 

  • Rebecca Dirksen. 2022. “Working Through Crisis: What Will It Take to Push for a Sound(er) Future for Haiti?” In Music, Communities, Sustainability: Developing Policies and Practices, edited by Huib Schippers and Anthony Seeger, 232–263. New York: Oxford University Press. 

Foley, Kathy

  • Kathy Foley and I Nyoman Sedana. 2020.  “Report: Indonesian Ramayana Festival at Prambanan (2012).” Asian Theatre Journal 37, no. 1 (2020): 228-245.

  • Kathy Foley. 2019. “Wali(saints musulmans) reduit au silence: les marionettes wayang en Indonesie et en Malaisie.” In Marionnettes et pouvoir, ed. Raphaele Fleury et Julie Sermon, 150-170. Montpellier: Institut International de la Marionnette et Deuxieme Epoque

  • Kathy Foley. 2016.  “Arifin and Putu: Teater Modern acting in New Order Indonesia.“  Theatre, Dance and Performance Training, 7:3, 472-484.

  • Kathy Foley. 2015.  “Kayon/Gunungan:Tree of Life/Cosmic Mountain.” Puppetry International 38: 4-6 (Fall) [co-author with Karen Smith]. 

  • Kathy Foley.  2015.  “Wayang Kelantan beyond Borders.” Puppetry International 38 (Fall): 36-38.

  • Kathy Foley.  2015.  “The “Ronggeng”, the “Wayang”, the “Wali”, and Islam: Female or Transvestite Male Dancers-Singers-Performers and Evolving Islam in West Java.” Asian Theatre Journal 32, no. 2 (2015): 356-86. Accessed October 6, 2020.

  • Kathy Foley and Ratna Sarumpaet. 2015. “The Prostitute and the President.” Manoa 26, no. 2 (2014): 175-208. Accessed October 6, 2020.

  • Kathy Foley.  2014.  “No More Masterpieces: Tangible Impacts and Intangible Cultural Heritage in Bordered Worlds.” Asian Theatre Journal 31, no. 2 (2014): 369-98. Accessed October 6, 2020. 

  • Kathy Foley.  2014.  “Tibet Performance, Past and Present: Multidisciplinary Avenues of Research.” Asian Theatre Journal 30, no. 2 (2013): 520-525. 

Fromont, Cécile 

  • Cécile Fromont, ed.  2019.  Afro-Catholic Festivals in the Americas:
    Performance, Representation, and the Making of Black Atlantic Tradition.  University Park: Penn State University Press.

Gamer, Meredith

  • Meredith Gamer. 2019. “The Smugglerius, re-viewed.”  The Sculpture Journal. Vol. 28, No. 3: 331-344, 419. 

Gerety, Finnian Moore

  • Finnian Moore Gerety. 2021.  “Between Sound and Silence in Early Yoga: Meditation on ‘Om’ at Death.” History of Religions 60.3: 209–44. DOI: 10.1086/711944.

  • Finnian Moore Gerety.  2021.  “Sound and Yoga.” In Routledge Handbook of Yoga and Meditation Studies, edited by Suzanne Newcombe and Karen O’Brien-Kop, 502-21. Oxon; New York: Routledge.

  • Finnian Moore Gerety.  2019.  Review of The Tawny One: Soma, Haoma and Ayahuasca by Matthew Clark. Bulletin of SOAS 82/3 (Oct. 2019): 561-63.

  • Finnian Moore Gerety.  2018.  “Digital Guru: Embodiment, Technology, and the Transmission of Traditional Knowledge in Kerala.” Asian Ethnology 77.1-2: 3-31.

Graves, Eben

  • Eben Graves. 2019. “Are You All Coming to the Esplanade?: Devotional Music and Contingent Politics in West Bengal.” In The Power of Bhakti: Social Location and Public Affect in India’s Religion of the Heart, eds. John Stratton Hawley, Christian Lee Novetzke, and Swapna Sharma, 63-73. Seattle: University of Washington Press.

  • Eben Graves. 2017. “‘Kīrtan’s Downfall’: The Sādhaka-Kīrtanīyā, Cultural Nationalism and Gender in Early Twentieth-century Bengal.” The Journal of Hindu Studies. Vol 10, No. 3: 328-57. 

  • Eben Graves. 2017. “The Marketplace of Devotional Song: Cultural Economies of Exchange in Bengali Padāvalī-Kīrtan.” Ethnomusicology. Vol. 61, No. 1: 52-86.

Grimes, Ronald

  • Ronald L. Grimes.  2014.  The Craft of Ritual Studies, Oxford Ritual Studies Series.  New York: Oxford University Press, 2014.

  • Ronald L. Grimes. 2012. “Ritual Creativity, Improvisation, and the Arts. Online Vimeo showcase of 51 videos.” https://vimeo.com/album/1524902.

Groen, Basilius

  • Basilius Groen. 2018/2019. “The Interplay of Hebrew, Greek and Latin in Christian Worship during the First Millennium: Some Views.” Ökumenisches Forum /Journal for Ecumenical and Patristic Studies. Vol. 40/41: 39-62.

  • Basilius Groen. 2017. “Liturgical Language and Vernacular Tongues in Eastern Christianity.” In Sanctifying Texts, Transforming Rituals: Encounters in Liturgical Studies – Essays in Honour of Gerard A.M. Rouwhorst, eds. Paul van Geest, Marcel Poorthuis and Els Rose, Vol. 5, 407-424. Leiden: Brill’s Studies in Catholic Theology.

  • Basilius Groen. 2014. “Überlegungen zur Sprache in den liturgischen Büchern.” Heiliger Dienst. Vol. 6: 257-265.

  • Basilius Groen, Steven Hawkes-Teeples, and Stefanos Alexopoulos.  2013.  Studies on the Liturgies of the Christian East: Selected Papers of the Third International Congress of the Society of Oriental Liturgy, Volos, May 26-30, 2010  (= Eastern Christian Studies, Vol. 18).  Leuven: Peeters Publishing House.  
  • Basilius Groen, Anneliese Felber, and Michaela Sohn-Kronthaler, eds.  2012.  Toleranz und Religionsfreiheit 311-2011: Internationales Symposium an der Katholisch-Theologischen Fakultät der Karl-Franzens-Universität Graz, Vol. 144.  (= Spudasmata, Vol. 144).  Hildesheim: Olms.