Fellowships and Awards
Fellowships and awards
- National Endowment for the Humanities, Fellowship for Advanced Social Science Research in Japan, 2014.
- Kluge Fellowship, 2013–2014.
- Japan Foundation Research Fellowship, 2011–2012.
Prizes and Awards
- Outstanding Publications Award, Society for Music Theory, Popular Music Interest Group, 2019, for "We Gon’ Be Alright? The Ambiguities of Kendrick Lamar’s Protest Anthem," Music Theory Online 25/1, 2019.
- BFE Book Prize, The Revolution Will Not Be Televised: Protest Music After Fukushima, British Forum for Ethnomusicology, 2018.
- John Whitney Hall Book Prize, The Revolution Will Not Be Televised: Protest Music After Fukushima, Association for Asian Studies, 2017.
- Alan Merriam Prize (Honorable Mention), The Revolution Will Not Be Televised: Protest Music After Fukushima, Society for Ethnomusicology, 2016.
- Book Subvention Award, Society for Music Theory, for The Revolution Remixed: A Typology of Intertextuality in Protest Music, April 2015.
- Waterman Prize, Society for Ethnomusicology, Popular Music Section, “Music in Antinuclear Demonstrations,” Asia-Pacific Journal, 2014.
- Book Subvention Award, Society for Ethnomusicology, Diversity Action Committee, for The Revolution Will Not Be Televised: Music and the Antinuclear Movement Post-Fukushima Daiichi, 2013.
- Hewitt Pantaleoni Prize, MACSEM (Middle Atlantic Chapter of Society for Ethnomusicology), 2006.
- Society for Music Theory Travel Grant, 2008.
- Díaz-Ayala Travel Grant, Cuban Research Institute, Florida International University, 2007, Cuban music.
- Temple University, Humanities and Arts Program Award, 2016.
- Temple University, Internationalization Grant, 2016.
- Princeton University, Center for Human Values, 2015.
- Barr Ferree Foundation Fund for Publications, 2014, 2015.
- Princeton University, Class of ’59 Junior Faculty Fund, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014.
- Princeton University, University Council for Research in Humanities and Social Sciences, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015.
- Princeton University, Tuck Fund, 2013.
- Princeton University, Program in Latin American Studies Faculty Course Grant, 2011.
- David A. Gardner ’69 Magic Fund, Council of the Humanities, Princeton University, 2010, for the development of a course on Japanese taiko.
- Princeton University, Program in Latin American Studies Faculty Research Grant, 2010, 2015.
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