Daniel  B. Reed

Daniel B. Reed

Laura Boulton Professor, Folklore and Ethnomusicology

Education

  • Ph.D., Indiana University, 1999

Research interests

  • Africa
  • music and religion
  • mask performance
  • ritual
  • identity
  • popular music
  • immigration
  • transnationalism
  • diaspora
  • music and health

Courses recently taught

  • African Mobilities and Expressive Culture
  • Global Pop Music
  • Music, Immigration and Diaspora
  • Music in Religious Thought & Experience
  • Music in African Life
  • Writing & Representation

Awards & Distinctions

  • Laura Boulton Professor of Ethnomusicology (2016)
  • IU Vice Provost for Research Summer Faculty Fellowship (2014)
  • IU Trustees Teaching Award (2014, 2006)
  • National Endowment for the Humanities Summer Scholar Award (2011)
  • Amaury Talbot Prize for book Dan Ge Performance (2004)