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Ethnomusicologist Michael B. MacDonald is post-doctoral researcher at the University of Alberta Centre for Teaching and Learning whose work explores the application of critical pedagogy to music history education and eco-critical musicology. He has contributed to Walking the Line: Country Music Lyricists and the American Literary Canon and Vis-à-vis: Explorations in Anthropology, and won the Society for American Music’s Cambridge University Press Award for a paper co-authored with Mary Ingraham. He founded and edits Sound and Noise, an electronic journal and blog for U of A students.
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