gregory e. weinstein Social Scientist, Writer, Editor

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
Reed College Music Department2017 – 2018Visiting Scholar
Davidson College2014 – 2017Visiting Assistant Professor of Writing and Music
Executive Web Editor and Membership and Communications Committee Member2016–2017International Association for the Study of Popular Music, U.S. Branch
Columbia College Chicago2007 – 2014Lecturer of Music (Popular Music)
University of Chicago Writing Program2010 – 2014Lector
Research Assistant and Program Annotator2006 – 2009University of Chicago Performance Program
Research Assistant, Program Annotator, and Copy Editor2004 – 2006Center for Black Music Research, Columbia College Chicago
Education
University of Chicago2013Ph.D., Music (Ethnomusicology)

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

Princeton University2002A.B.

Music Major with Certificate in Music Performance (Trombone)

Publications
Air Flows: Voice and Breath in Three Recordings.2016IASPM@Journal

vol. 6, no. 2, pp. 117–138

Recording Rehearsing: The “Hidden” Process of the Classical Music Recording Session
under review
Skills
LanguagesIntermediate ability in French, German, and Russian
Computer SkillsWordPress, Word, Excel, Powerpoint, Adobe Acrobat, Photoshop