Lei Ouyang Bryant
Assistant Professor, Department of Music
Telephone: 518.580.5346
Email: lbryant at skidmore.edu

Ph.D. in Ethnomusicology, University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, 2004 (Dissertation: ‘New Songs of the Battlefield’: Songs and Memories of the Chinese Cultural Revolution)
M.A. in Ethnomusicology, University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, 2001 (Thesis: A Musical Metaphor for Nation Building: The Folk Song "Esashi Oiwake" in Early Twentieth Century Japan)
Advanced Certificate in Asian Studies, Language concentration: Chinese, University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, 2001
B.A. in East Asian Studies, Language concentration: Japanese, Macalester College, St. Paul, Minnesota, 1997 (Thesis: Popular Music of Taiwan and Japan)

Publications
2007. "Flowers on the Battlefield are More Fragrant." In Asian Music 38(1): 88-121.
2005. "Music, Memory, and Nostalgia: Collective Memories of Cultural Revolution Songs in Contemporary China." The China Review 5(2): 151-175.
Forthcoming. “Performing Race and Place in Asian America.” Asian Music.
In Progress. Multiple entries for Encyclopedia of Asian American Popular Culture, edited by Felicia Campbell, Greenwood Press [anticipated publication 2008].
 
10 December, 2012