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BryantLei Ouyang Bryant

Associate Professor

Office: Zankel Music Center 210
Phone: (518) 580 - 5346
Email:  lbryant@skidmore.edu

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RESEARCH AND TEACHING INTERESTS:

Chinese Cultural Revolution, Taiko Drumming, Music and intersections with topics including memory, politics, race/ethnicity, identity and social justice.

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BIOGRAPHY:

Lei Ouyang Bryant (Ph.D. and M.A. in Ethnomusicology, University of Pittsburgh; B.A. in East Asian Studies, Macalester College) is an Associate Professor of Music at Skidmore College. Her scholarly interests are in music, culture, and performance in East Asia (primarily China, Japan, and Taiwan) and Asian America. Her research examines issues of music and memory, identity, politics, race and ethnicity, popular culture, and social justice. Research projects include music and memory in the Chinese Cultural Revolution, Race and Performance in Asian American musical theatre, and social justice and taiko drumming in the American Midwest.

 

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