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Dr Simone Krüger Bridge

Dr Simone Krüger Bridge

Telephone: 0151 231 5054

Biography

I am a Reader in Music at Liverpool John Moores University, with research interests in musical globalisation, educational ethnomusicology and guitar music cultures in Paraguay. I have authored two monographs (Trajectories and Themes in World Popular Music, 2018; Experiencing Ethnomusicology, 2009) and two edited books (The Globalization of Musics in Transit: Music Migration and Tourism, 2014; Ethnomusicology in the Academy: International Perspectives, 2011), as well as several journal articles and book chapters. I have founded and am the editor-in-chief of the peer-reviewed _Journal of World Popular Music_ (Equinox) and book series editor of _Transcultural Music Studies_ (Equinox). During 2010 – 2013, I served as co-editor of the British Forum for Ethnomusicology’s (BFE's) flagship journal _Ethnomusicology Forum_ (Taylor & Francis), served as a member of the journal's International Advisory Board (2014 – 2016), and currently serve on the editorial board of the _Journal of Popular Music Education_ (Intellect). I was a committee member of the British Forum for Ethnomusicology (until 2011) and hold professional memberships with the Society for Ethnomusicology, British Forum for Ethnomusicology, International Association for the Study of Popular Music, and others. During 2015-2018, I am serving as a member of the Arts and Humanities Research Council's (AHRC) Peer Review College, and have been invited to review major funding grants, book proposals and article submissions. I am also serving as an external examiner for PG Music programmes at the University of Sheffield (2014-2018), and am an award-winning educator with extensive teaching experiene in ethnomusicology, media and cultural studies, world music and popular music studies, and sociology. Prior to embarking on my music-academic career, I completed a professional Masters in Banking Services and Operations (1992-1995) and BSc in Business Economics with Marketing specialisation (1995-1999).

Languages

English
German

Degrees

2007, University of Sheffield, United Kingdom, PhD
2003, University of Central Lancashire, United Kingdom, PGCE
2002, Liverpool Hope University, United Kingdom, BA (Hons) in Music with Computing
1999, Stralsund University of Applied Sciences, Stralsund, Germany, Diplom-Betriebswirtschafterin mit Schwerpunkt in Marketing [BSc with Honours in Business Economics with Specialisation in Marketing]
1995, Sparkasse Neubrandenburg, Germany, Bankbetriebswirtin [Master Professional in Banking Services and Operations]

Publications

Chapters

Krüger Bridge S. 2018. Transnational Music Stahl G, Percival JM. The Bloomsbury Handbook of Popular Music and Place Routledge. New York

Krüger S. 2015. The Cosmopolitan City: Music and Mediation during the European Capital of Culture Event Yilmaz A, Trandafoiu R, Mousoutzanis A. Media and Cosmopolitanism 3 :93-120 Peter Lang. New York 978-3-0343-0969-1

Krüger S, Trandafoiu R. 2014. Introduction: Touristic and Migrating Musics in Transit Krüger S, Trandafoiu R. The Globalization of Musics in Transit: Music Migration and Tourism :1-31 Routledge. New York 978-0-415-64007-7

Krüger Bridge S. 2014. Branding the City: Music Tourism and the European Capital of Culture Event The Globalization of Musics in Transit: Music Migration and Tourism Routledge. New York 978-0-415-64007-7

Krüger S. 2013. Undoing Authenticity as a Discursive Construct: A Critical Pedagogy of Ethnomusicology and “World Music” Alge B, Kraemer O. Beyond Borders: Welt-Musik-Pädagogik: Musikpädagogik und Ethnomusikologie im Diskurs Wissner Verlag. Augsburg, Germany

Books

Krüger Bridge S. 2018. Trajectories and Themes in World Popular Music: Globalisation, Capitalism, Identity Equinox. Sheffield, UK 9781781796214 >Link

Krüger Bridge S, Trandafoiu R. 2014. The Globalization of Musics in Transit: Music Migration and Tourism Routledge. New York 978-0-415-64007-7

Krüger Bridge S. 2009. Ethnomusicology in the Academy: International Perspectives (special issue) 51 VWB Verlag 978-3-86135-821-3

Krüger S. 2009. Experiencing Ethnomusicology: Teaching and Learning in European Universities Routledge [An Ashgate Book]. Abingdon 9780754667780

Editorials and letter to the editor

Krüger Bridge S, Baker S, Nowak R. 2017. Editorial Introduction 4.1 (2017) Journal of World Popular Music, 4

Krüger Bridge S, Baker S. 2016. Editorial Introduction 3.2 (2016) Journal of World Popular Music, 3 :162-165

Krüger Bridge S, Baker S. 2016. Editorial Introduction 3.1 (2016) Journal of World Popular Music, 3 :5-7

Krüger Bridge S, Baker S. 2015. Editorial Introduction 2.2 (2015) Journal of World Popular Music, 2 :151-154

Krüger Bridge S, Baker S. 2015. Editorial Introduction 2.1 (2015) Journal of World Popular Music, 2 :5-7

Krüger Bridge S, Baker S. 2014. Editorial Introduction 1.2 (2014) Journal of World Popular Music, 1 :187-190

Krüger Bridge S, Baker S. 2014. Editorial Introduction 1.1 (2014l Journal of World Popular Music, 1 :5-10

Krüger Bridge S, Wiggins T, Kallimopoulou E. 2013. Editorial Ethnomusicology Forum, 22 :127-128

Krüger Bridge S, Wiggins T, Kallimopoulou E. 2013. Editorial Ethnomusicology Forum, 22 :267-268

Krüger Bridge S, Nooshin L. 2011. Editorial Ethnomusicology Forum, 20 :121-122

Krüger Bridge S, Nooshin L. 2011. Welcome to the 20th Celebratory Edition of Ethnomusicology Forum Ethnomusicology Forum, 20 :1-2

Krüger Bridge S, Baker S, Nowak R. Editors Introduction 4.2 (2017) Journal of World Popular Music, 4

Other

Krüger S. 2017. Paraguay: History, Culture, and Geography of Music Sturman JL.

Krüger S. 2017. Paraguay: Modern and Contemporary performance practice Sturman JL.

Krüger S. 2015. Column on the trajectories of Music Education and Ethnomusicology (invited contribution) Hunter J. SEM Student News, 11 :6-6

Krüger S. Undoing Authenticity as a Discursive Construct: The Need for a Holistic Pedagogy of Ethnomusicology

Krüger S. Performing Ethnomusicology: Transforming Student Experiences in University Education

Krüger S. Transmitting Ethnomusicology in UK Universities: Towards a Model for Ethnomusicology Pedagogy

Krüger S. Future Approaches for Work-Based Learning: An Ethnographic Study into Students' Experiences

Journal Articles

Krà ger S. 2016. In Conversation with Steve Levine Journal of Popular Music Studies, 28 :101-125 >DOI

Krüger S. 2016. In Conversation with Steve Levine Journal of Popular Music Studies, 27

Krüger S. 2015. World Music, World Circuit: In Conversation with Nick Gold Journal of World Popular Music,

Krüger S. 2012. 民主的教育法――イギリスの音楽民族学およびワールド・ミュージック教育の観点から [Minshuteki Kyoikuho---Igirisu no Ongaku Minzokugaku oyobi World Music Kyoiku no Kanten kara]. Transl. by Junko Nishimura Minamikyushu University Journal of The Human Development Research, 2 :135-152

Krüger S. 2011. Ethnomusicology in the Academy: An Introduction Krueger S. The World of Music, 3 :7-20

Krüger S. 2011. The Ethnomusicologist as Pedagogue: Disciplining Ethnomusicology in the United Kingdom The World of Music, 3 :139-170

Krüger S. 2011. Democratic Pedagogies: Perspectives from Ethnomusicology and World Music Educational Contexts in the United Kingdom Ethnomusicology, 55 :280-305

Posters

Krüger S. 2015. Embedding Student Research in the Undergraduate Curriculum: Learning in the Field 2015 Teaching and Learning Conference, Liverpool John Moores University

Conference Publication (journal proceedings)

Krüger S. 2014. Music, Mediation and Place: A Cultural Musicology of the Cosmopolitan City http://culturalmusicology.org/simone-kruger-music-mediation-and-place-a-cultural-musicology-of-the-cosmopolitan-city/, CCM Congress on “Cultural Musicology”

Krüger S. 2008. Ethnography in the Performing Arts: Reflections on the Production of a Student Guide Sims W. 28th ISME World Conference, World Conference of the International Society for Music Education (ISME) :1-331

Kruger S. Students’ experiences of e-learning: a Virtual Ethnography into Blended Online Learning Banks S. Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on Networked Learning 2006, Fifth International Conference on Networked Learning 2006

Internet Publications

Krüger S. 2013. Musiktourismus und -Migration: Neue Impulse in der Popularmusikforschung

Krüger S. 2013. Neue Perspektiven in der Ethnomusikologie:Musiktourismus und -migration

Kruger S, Lincoln S. 2010. Enhancing Employability in Music: An Ethnographic Study into Student Experiences

Krüger S. 2009. Ethnography in the Performing Arts: A Student Guide

Book Reviews

Krüger S. 2011. Review of The New (Ethno)musicologies ETHNOMUSICOLOGY, 55 :128-135

Krüger S. 2010. Review of _Facing the Music: Shaping Music Education from a Global Perspective_ by Huib Schippers (Oxford University Press, 2010) Ethnomusicology Forum, 19 :273-275

Kruger S. 2009. Review of _The Musical Human: Rethinking John Blacking's Ethnomusicology in the Twenty-First Century_ edited by Suzel A. Reily (Aldershot: Ashgate, 2006). BRIT J MUSIC EDUC, 26 :106-109

Krüger S. 2007. Review of _The Pure Drop: An Exploration and Celebration of World Music_ [website] by Thomas Ashelford et al., in association with AFC/Ethel. (URL: http://thepuredrop.com.au/) Yearbook for Traditional Music, :213-214

Krüger S. A Different Voice, A Different Song: Reclaiming Community through the Natural Voice and World Song Ethnomusicology Forum, 24

Reports

Krüger S. 2010. Enhancing Employability in Music: An Ethnographic Study into Students' Work-Based Learning Experiences :1-105

Theses / Dissertations

Krüger S. 2007. Experiencing Ethnomusicology: Students' Experiences of the Transmission of Ethnomusicology at Universities in the UK and Germany Stock JPJ, Pitts S. University of Sheffield >Link

Engagement & Impact

Award:

Award title: Walker Prize for final-year dissertation entitled “Liverpool’s World of Musics: An Ethnographic Study”, Awarding body: University of Liverpool (on behalf of Liverpool Hope University)

Award title: Liverpool SU Amazing Teaching Awards 2015, category Amazing Course Team, Awarding body: Liverpool Students' Union, URL: http://www.liverpoolsu.com/amazing-teaching-awards

Conference organisation:

Conference name: ICTM 2005 World Conference, Position: Conference Assistant, URL: http://www.ictmusic.org/events

Conference name: SOLSTICE 2006 Conference, Position: Co-organiser, URL: http://www.edgehill.ac.uk/solstice/Conference2006/

Conference name: SOLSTICE 2007 Conference, Position: Co-organiser, URL: http://www.edgehill.ac.uk/solstice/Conference2007/

Conference name: Seminar: Using Ethnography with University Students in the Performing Arts, Position: Organiser, URL: http://www.palatine.ac.uk/development-awards/1133/

Conference name: Annual Conference of the British Forum for Ethnomusioclogy, April 2009, Position: Conference Convenor, URL: http://www.bfe.org.uk/resources/DelegateHandbook$28FINAL$29.pdf

Conference presentation:

Title of presentation: Music, Identity and Guitar Culture in Paraguay, Conference title: Annual Conference of the British Forum for Ethnomusicology 2017, Place/location of conference: University of Sheffield, Presentation type: Oral presentation

Editorial boards:

Publication: Journal of Popular Music Education, Position: editorial board member, URL: http://www.intellectbooks.co.uk/journals/view-Journal,id=254/

Publication: Equinox Series in Transcultural Music Studies, Position: Book series co-editor, URL: https://www.equinoxpub.com/home/transcultural-music-studies/

Publication: Ethnomusicology Forum, Position: Member of the International Advisory Board, URL: http://www.tandfonline.com/action/journalInformation?show=editorialBoard&journalCode=remf20#.VOHWcU0pWUk

Publication: Journal of World Popular Music, Position: Editor, URL: https://www.equinoxpub.com/journals/index.php/JWPM

External committees:

Committee name: BFE Committee, Organisation: British Forum for Ethnomusicology, Position: Website co-ordinator Membership secretary Co-editor _Ethnomusicology Forum_, URL: http://bfe.org.uk/Committee.html

Media Coverage:

Links #1: http://www.ethnomusicology.org/news/342442/Paraguayan-Music-Panel-at-BFE-2017-Annual-Conference.htm, Media coverage: Paraguayan Music Panel at BFE 2017 Annual Conference, publicized by the Society for Ethnomusicology (News article, 26 April 2017)

Links #1: http://www.ultimahora.com/musica-nacional-congreso-inglaterra-n1080336.html, Media coverage: "Música nacional en congreso de Inglaterra" [Paraguayan national music at conference in England], publicized in Paraguayan newspaper Ultima Hora (23 April 2017)

Media coverage: Book "Experiencing Ethnomusicology" features since 2010 on website of the British Forum for Ethnomusicology (https://bfe.org.uk/study-ethnomusicology)

Media coverage: Jan Fairley’s Review of "Experiencing Ethnomusicology: Teaching and Learning in European Universities" published in World Music magazine Songlines 71 (October 2010):87.

Links #1: http://www.liverpoolecho.co.uk/news/liverpool-news/ethnomusicology-conference-liverpool-john-moores-3418308, Media coverage: Ethnomusicology conference at Liverpool John Moores University, 14 April 2009, Liverpool ECHO

Links #1: http://www.abc.com.py/edicion-impresa/suplementos/abc-revista/musicalmente-soy-eclectico-281536.html, Media coverage: “Musicalmente soy ecléctico"-article about research into guitar music cultures in Paraguay, publicized in the national newspaper ABC Color. Asuncion, Paraguay (20 July 2011)

Links #2: http://www.ljmu.ac.uk/Events/viewevent.aspx?articleID=1161, Links #1: http://www.liverpoolecho.co.uk/whats-on/event/in-conversation-with-steve-levine/, Media coverage: In conversation with Steve Levine

Links #1: http://www.abc.com.py/edicion-impresa/suplementos/abc-revista/mangore-eterno-309336.html, Media coverage: “Mangoré eterno”-article about research into guitar music culture in Paraguay, published (in print) in the supplement of the national newspaper ABC Color. Asuncion, Paraguay (18 September 2011)

Membership of professional bodies:

Member of The Anglo Paraguayan Society, The Anglo Paraguayan Society

Member of the Royal Musical Association (RMA), Royal Musical Association (RMA)

Member of the Art and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) Peer Review College (category 'Academic'), Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC), http://www.ahrc.ac.uk/peerreview/college/

Member of the International Association for the Study of Popular Music (IASPM), IASPM

Member of the British Forum for Ethnomusicology (BFE), British Forum for Ethnomusicology, http://www.bfe.org.uk/

Member of the Society for Ethnomusicology, Society for Ethnomusicology (SEM), http://webdb.iu.edu/sem/scripts/home.cfm

Member of the International Council for Traditional Music (ICTM), International Council for Traditional Music (ICTM), http://www.ictmusic.org/

Other invited event:

Title of event: Guest Lecture "Music in Neoliberal Culture", Location: University of Bern, Switzerland, Description: Gastvortrag am Institut für Musikwissenschaft im Rahmen der Vortragsreihe der Schweizerischen Musikforschenden Gesellschaft

Title of event: Closing Plenary, Annual Conference of the British Forum for Ethnomusicology, Location: University of Sheffield, UK, Description: Invited speaker at the closing plenary SPEAKERS: Simon Keegan-Phipps, University of Sheffield (Chair), Michael B. Bakan, Florida State University, Rachel Harris, SOAS, University of London, Simone Krüger Bridge, Liverpool John Moores University, Suzel Reily, Universidade Estadual de Campinas, Sean Williams, Evergreen State College

Title of event: Roundtable "Music and Higher Education: Exploring Curricular Reform", Location: Annual Conference of the Society for Ethnomusicology 2014, Description: Invited speaker

Title of event: Annual Conference on “What is Cool?”, Location: Department of Social and Political Science, University of Chester, UK, Description: for paper, see http://www.academia.edu/26364297/The_Appeal_of_Cool_in_World_Popular_Music_Identity_Authenticity_and_Branding

Title of event: “Prestige Talk 2016” of the Anglo Paraguayan Society (UK), Location: Instituto Cervantes London, Description: Paper title: “Agustín Barrios Mangoré: Revival and Adaptation in Contemporary Paraguayan Music” (see: https://www2.ljmu.ac.uk/NewsUpdate/viewarticle/2775/)

Title of event: Commonwealth Creativities in Intercultural Arts Network (CIAN) Forum, Location: University of Cambridge, Description: Invited speaker @ Forum 1: Mapping Intercultural Arts Practices http://www.educ.cam.ac.uk/centres/cce/initiatives/projects/cian/SamCurkpatrick_Forum1_summary_13Dec.pdf

Title of event: CCM Congress on “Cultural Musicology”, Location: University of Amsterdam, Musicology Department, Description: Invited roundtable speaker at the CCM Congress on “Cultural Musicology”, 24 – 25 January 2014, Department of Musicology, University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands (http://culturalmusicology.org/conference-2014/).

Title of event: International Conference "Beyond Borders: Welt - Musik - Pädagogik. Musikpädagogik und Ethnomusikologie im Diskurs", Location: Hochschule fuer Musik und Theater Rostock, Germany, Description: Invited Speaker at the International Conference exploring the interconnectedness between music pedagogy and ethnomusicology

Other Professional Activity:

Describe the Professional Activities: Board member, German Church Liverpool

Describe the Professional Activities: Chief Conductor and musicologist Luis Szarán visited LJMU upon my invitation in April 2011 (see http://paraguaysocietyuk.blogspot.co.uk/2011/03/music-of-paraguay-talk-by-luis-szaran_27.html)

Describe the Professional Activities: Talk about research on live radio show hosted by Luz Maria Bobadilla, Radio Ñanduti, Asuncion (July 2011)

Describe the Professional Activities: Host of public talk “In Conversation with Steve Levine”, LJMU (8 January 2015). See ECHO, available at http://www.liverpoolecho.co.uk/whats-on/event/in-conversation-with-steve-levine/

Describe the Professional Activities: Host of public talk “In Conversation with Nick Gold” @ Liverpool John Moores University (16 April 2015)

Research Grants Awarded:

Higher Education Academy, Ethnography in the Performing Arts: A Student Guide, Grant value (£): 2,500

Higher Education Academy, Enhancing Employability in Music, Sian Lincoln, Grant value (£): 7,500

Teaching qualification:

Title of qualification gained: Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (FHEA)

Title of qualification gained: Postgraduate Certificate in Education (post-compulsory education)