Gregory E. Weinstein
Ethnographer – Researcher – Writer

I'm an ethnomusicologist (anthropologist of music) who is trained in social science research methods: participant observation, interviews, surveys, critical analysis. I am also trained as a writer and a writing teacher, and I have experience indexing, writing web copy, and working as an editor.

Employment
Copywriter
2018–Present
Freelance
Reed College Music Department
2017 – 2018
Visiting Scholar
Davidson College
2014 – 2017
Visiting Assistant Professor of Writing and Music
Executive Web Editor and Membership and Communications Committee Member
2016–2017
International Association for the Study of Popular Music, U.S. Branch
Columbia College Chicago
2007 – 2014
Lecturer of Music (Popular Music)
University of Chicago Writing Program
2010 – 2014
Lector
Research Assistant and Program Annotator
2006 – 2009
University of Chicago Performance Program
Research Assistant, Program Annotator, and Copy Editor
2004 – 2006
Center for Black Music Research, Columbia College Chicago
Education
University of Chicago
2013
Ph.D., Ethnomusicology (Anthropology of Music)

Dissertation: "Creativity in the Mix: Collaboration and Contingency in Britain's Classical Music Recording Studios"

Princeton University
2002
A.B.

Music Major with Certificate in Music Performance (Trombone)

Publications
Going to Pieces: Pragmatic Interventionism in the Classical Music Recording Studio
2019

Forthcoming/In Progress

Air Flows: Voice and Breath in Three Recordings.
2016
IASPM@Journal
Skills
Languages
Intermediate ability in French, German, and Russian
Computer Skills
WordPress, Word, Excel, Powerpoint, Adobe Acrobat, Photoshop, InDesign, Illustrator
Research
Ethnography, Interviewing, Deep Listening, Problem Solving
Writing
Academic Writing, Copywriting, SEO, Editing, Indexing
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