Curriculum Vitae

Michael B. Bakan

Last Revised: May 02, 2019

N.B. This is one of those auto-generated university CVs, so there is some weird formatting and such. Hopefully nothing too bizarre, but let me know if there is so I can make changes. If your main interest is in my publications, there’s a more user-friendly list of those in the “Selected Publications List” under the “Biography” tab on the mainpage of my michaelbakan.com website. Thanks! mbb

Curriculum Vitae

General Information

University address:     College of Music
Longmire Building LON 413
Florida State University
Tallahassee, Florida 32306-1180
Phone: 850-273-9606 (cell)

E-mail address:           mbakan@fsu.edu

Web site:                     http://www.michaelbakan.com

Professional Preparation

1993                      Ph.D., University of California, Los Angeles. Major: Ethnomusicology. Supervisor: Dr. Timothy Rice.

Michael B. Bakan. (1993). Balinese Kreasi Beleganjur: An Ethnography of Musical Experience. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, University of California, Los Angeles.

1988                      Master of Arts, University of California, Los Angeles. Major: Ethnomusicology.

1985                      Bachelor of Music, University of Toronto. Major: Percussion Performance. Supervisor: Dr. J. Russell Hartenberger.

Nondegree Education and Training

2008                      SCERTS Introduction and Implementation Training, Center for Autism and Related Disabilities (CARD) Regional Training, University Center, Florida State University.

2007                      Recent Advances in Evidence-Based Practice for Autism Spectrum Disorders, CARD Summer Institute on Autism, University Center, Florida State University.

Professional Experience

2010–present         Professor of Ethnomusicology and Head of the World Music Ensembles Program, Florida State University.

2008–2010            Associate Professor of Ethnomusicology and Head of Ethnomusicology/ World Music, Florida State University.

2000–2008            Associate Professor of Ethnomusicology, Florida State University.

1994–2000            Assistant Professor of Ethnomusicology, Florida State University.

Visiting Professorship(s)

2001–present         Visiting Associate Professor of Music Education (World Music), University of Washington.

Taught the summer 2001 graduate world music seminar.

1993–1994            Visiting Assistant Professor or Ethnomusicology, College of Musical Arts, Bowling Green State University.

Honors, Awards, and Prizes

National Endowment for the Arts/Florida Department of State Grant for Research on Music and Autism (ARTISM Music Project), 3 years (2011-2013)

University Teaching Award (Undergraduate), Florida State University (2010).

University Teaching Award (Undergraduate), Florida State University (2010).

Krebs Endowment Faculty Research Award, Musicology Area, College of Music, FSU (2008).

Awarded for the Music-Play Project, a program for children on the autism spectrum and their families.

CHOICE Outstanding Academic Titles selection, CHOICE Magazine (2000).

My book Music of Death and New Creation (1999) was selected for inclusion as a CHOICE Outstanding Academic Title for the year 2000.

Teaching Incentive Program Award, Florida State University (1999).

University Teaching Award (Undergraduate), Florida State University (1998).

Current Membership in Professional Organizations

Society for Ethnomusicology

Society for Ethnomusicology Southeast/Caribbean Chapter

Teaching

Courses Taught

   Advanced Seminar in Musicology II (MUH6688)

   Balinese Gamelan (MUN2800)

   Balinese Gamelan (MUN4803)

   Balinese Gamelan (MUN 5806-2)

   Directed Individual Study (MUS6907)

   Dissertation (MUS6980)

   Dissertation Defense (MUS8985)

   Doctoral Prelim Exam (MUS8964)

   Intercultural Ensemble (MUN 4803)

   Intercultural Ensemble (MUN 5806)

   Master’s Comprehensive Exam (MUS8966)

   Music of Indonesia (MUH5576)

   Thesis (MUS5971)

   Thesis Defense (MUS8976)

   Introduction to Ethnomusicology (MUH 5580)

   Music in World Cultures I (MUH2512)

   Supervised Teaching (MUS5940)

   World Music Pedagogy (MUS5596)

   Directed Individual Study (BSC4900)

   Music of Latin America (MUH 5541)

   Music of Latin America (MUH 4541)

   Music of Indonesia (MUH4571)

   Seminar in Ethnomusicology (MUH5581)

   Special Topics in Music (MUS5939)

   Music in World Cultures (MUH2051)

Humanities Honors Seminar (HUM2937)

World Music Ensemble (MUN5808)

  World Music Ensemble (MUN2491)

*  World Music Ensemble (MUN4494)

*  World Music Ensemble (MUN5496)

New Course Development

   Music of Latin America (2017)

   Music of Latin America (2017)

   World Music Pedagogy (2016)

   Intercultural Ensemble (2012)

   Intercultural Ensemble (2012)

   Praciticum in Cross-Cultural Improvisation (2012)

   Music in World Cultures Online (2009)

Management of Multiple Course Sections

   Music in World Cultures (MUH 2051)

   American Roots Music (MUH 3053)

   Modern Popular Music (MUH 2019)

Doctoral Committee Chair

   Carrico, A. H., graduate. (2019). Musical Bridges to Inclusive Community: Promoting Neurodiversity Acceptance Through Traditional Irish Music in Limerick, Ireland.

   Gormandy, M., graduate. (2017). Pan in Japan: A Study of the Japanese Steelband Phenomenon.  [Howard Mayer Brown Fellowship holder, American Musicological Society]

   Tiffe, J., graduate. (2015).

  Odria, C., graduate. (2014).

   Clendinning, E. A., graduate. (2013). [Currently Assistant Professor of Ethnomusicology, tenure-track, Wake Forest University]

   Brown, S. L., graduate. (2012).

   Rosendahl, T., graduate. (2012).

   Kourtova, P. S., graduate. (2012).

   Jackson, M. R., graduate. (2010).

   Deng, H., doctoral candidate.

   Danielson, C., doctoral candidate.

   Carrico, A., doctoral candidate.

   Geerlings, H., doctoral student.

   Riley, H., doctoral student.

   Schommer, N., doctoral student.

Doctoral Committee Member

   Orr, C., graduate. (2019). “Come, Ask My Heart”: Voice, Meaning, and Affect Among Algerian Sha’bi Musicians in Paris.

   Rosner, E., graduate. (2019). “It’s Especially to Protect Her Because a Woman is a Tree of Production”: Musical Narratives of Female Genital Cutting in Senegal and the Diaspora.

   Youngblood, F., graduate. (2019). On Un-silencing Voices: Tarantism and the Gendered Heritage of Apulia.

   Gilbert, S., graduate. (2017).

   Best, K., graduate. (2015).

   Justus, K., graduate. (2014). [Assistant Professor of Ethnomusicology, Kennesaw State University]

   Storhoff, T. P., graduate. (2014).

   Steve, G. A., graduate. (2014).

   McCoy, J. T., graduate. (2013).

   Morin, M. M., graduate. (2012).

   Henson, M., graduate. (2012).

   Keeling, J., graduate. (2012).

   Lara, F. D., graduate. (2012).

   Mardirosian, G., graduate. (2012).

   Rivera, L. C., graduate. (2012).

   Smith, S., graduate. (2012).

   Lara, F., graduate. (2011).

   Hoesing, P. J., graduate. (2011).

   Woods, B. D., graduate. (2011).

   Carmentates, O., graduate. (2011).

   Fry, R. W., graduate. (2010).

   Jones, J. A., graduate. (2010).

   Moulton, P., graduate. (2010).

   Olander, D., graduate. (2010).

   Harvey, T. S., graduate. (2009).

   Wildstein, R., graduate. (2009).

   Beckley-Roberts, L. M., doctoral candidate.

   Mitchell, J., doctoral candidate.

   Thorne, S., doctoral candidate.

   Asturizaga, V., doctoral student.

   Strothers, S., doctoral student.

   Nutt, H., doctoral student.

Doctoral Committee University Representative

   Weissenberger, L., graduate. (2015).

   Steve, G. T., graduate. (2014). [Percussion Faculty, University of North Florida; Principal Timpanist, Jacksonville Symphony Orchestra]

   Steve, G. A., graduate. (2013).

   Keeling, J., graduate. (2012).

   Rivera, L. C., graduate. (2012).

   Smith, S., graduate. (2012).

   Carmenates, O. A., graduate. (2010).

   McCandless, G., graduate. (2010).

   Cauti, R., doctoral student.

   Mitofsky Neuss, L., doctoral student.

   Smith, C., doctoral student.

   Sanchez Guerrero, D., doctoral student.

   Smith, C., doctoral student.

Master’s Committee Chair

   Tyrrell, M., graduate. (2019). Musical Commemoration of the Chinese Sent-Down Youth Movement: Narratives of Traumatic Cultural Memory in Diaspora.

   Riley, H., graduate. (2017).

   Andre Fludd, graduate. (2016).

   Danielson, C., graduate. (2016).

   Fedor, E., graduate. (2015).

   Carrico, A., graduate. (2014).

   Jones, M., graduate. (2014).

   Marrero, E., graduate. (2012).

   Clendinning, E. A., graduate. (2009).

   Rosendahl, T. J., graduate. (2009).

   Jensen, E., student.

   Rehard, A., student.

Master’s Committee Member

   Davis, D., graduate. (2019). Listening to Bi-musical Blackness: Towards Courageous Affirmations of Black String Musicians in Predominantly White Institutions.

   Sarah Bishop, graduate. (2016).

   Schommer, N., graduate. (2016).

   Schommer, N., graduate. (2016).

   Navarro, V., graduate. (2013).

   Youngblood, F., graduate. (2013).

   Gormandy, M., graduate. (2013).

   Adomaitis, D., graduate. (2012).

   Gallardo, G., graduate. (2012).

   Martinez, B. J., graduate. (2012).

   Odria, C. A., graduate. (2011).

   Wood, K., graduate. (2010).

   Bracken, J. L., graduate. (2010).

*  Storhoff, T. P., graduate. (2008).

   Alfonso, E., student.

   Allen, E., student.

Bachelor’s Committee Chair

   Bowers, A., graduate. (2009). [Ms. Bowers’ Bachelor’s degree was in Communication Disorders, focusing on her work on autism related to my research in that area]

   Dinh, B., student.

Additional Teaching Not Reported Elsewhere

   Bakan, M. B. (2010). “Active Learning in Introduction to Music in World Cultures”. FSU 2010 Teaching Excellence Series.

http://learningforlife.fsu.edu/ctl/explore/2010teachExcellenceSeries.cfm.

Research and Original Creative Work

Publications

Refereed Journal Articles

   Bakan, M. (2017). The Moral of the Story: Making Ethnomusicology Matter in the Twenty-first Century. Journal of World Popular Music, 1-16.

   Bakan, M. (2016). Music, Autism, and Disability Aesthetics. Journal of the American Musicological Society, 69 (2), 548-553.

   Bakan, M. (2016). War of the Worlds: Music and Cosmological Battles in the Balinese Cremation Procession. Yale Journal of Music and Religion, 2 (2), 133-152.

   Bakan, M. (2015). “Don’t Go Changing to Try and Please Me”: Combating Essentialism through Ethnography in the Ethnomusicology of Autism. Ethnomusicology, 116-144.

WInter 2015 issue, v. 59, no. 1.

   Bakan, M. (2014). Ethnomusicological Perspectives on Autism, Neurodiversity, and Music Therapy. Voices: A World Forum for Music Therapy, 14, 1-23. Retrieved from https://voices.no/index.php/voices/article/view/799/660

Online journal.

   Bakan, M. (2014). Neurodiversity and the Ethnomusicology of Autism. College Music Symposium, 54, 1-27. Retrieved from http://symposium.music.org/index.php?option=com_k2&view=item&id=10673:neurodiversity-and-the-ethnomusicology-of-autism&Itemid=128

Special Issue—Ethnomusicology Scholarship and Teaching: Then, Now, and into the Future; this is an online journal.

   Bakan, M. (2014). The Musicality of Stimming: Promoting Neurodiversity in the Ethnomusicology of Autism. MUSICultures, 41(2), 133-61.

   Bakan, M. B. (2009). “Measuring Happiness in the 21st Century: Ethnomusicology, Evidence-Based Research, and the New Science of Autism”. Ethnomusicology, 53(3), 510-18.

   Bakan, M. B. (2009). The Abduction of the Signifying Monkey Chant: Schizophonic Transmogrifications of the Balinese Kecak in Fellini’s Satyricon and the Coen Brothers’ Blood Simple. Ethnomusicology Forum, 18/1, 83-106.

*  Bakan, M. B., Koen, B., Kobylarz, K., Morgan, L., Goff, R., Kahn, S., & Bakan, M. (2008). Following Frank: Response-ability and the Co-Creation of Culture in a Medical Ethnomusicology Program for Children on the Autism Spactrum. Ethnomusicology, 52(2), 163-202.

*  Bakan, M. B., Koen, B., Kobylarz, K., Morgan, L., Goff, R., Kohn, S., & Bakan, M. (2008). Saying Something Else: Improvisation and Facilitative Music-Play in a Medical Ethnomusicology Program for Children on the Autism Spectrum. College Music Symposium, 48, 1-30.

*  Jones, J., Bakan, M. B., Falvo, R., Teel, A., & Younge, P. (2008). “Developing Intercultural Understanding: World Music Ensembles in University Percussion Education”. Percussive Notes, 46(3), 10-14.

*  Bakan, M. B. (1998). From Oxymoron to Reality: Agendas of Gender and the Rise of Balinese Women’s Gamelan Beleganjur in Bali, Indonesia. Asian Music, 29(1), 37-85.

*  Bakan, M. B. (1998). Walking Warriors: Battles of Culture and Ideology in the Balinese Gamelan Beleganjur World. Ethnomusicology, 42(3), 441-484.

*  Bakan, M. B. (1994). Lessons from a World: Balinese Methods of Applied Music Instruction and the Teaching of Western ‘Art’ Music. College Music Symposium, 33/34, 1-22.

#  Bakan, M. B., Bryant, W., Li, G., Martinelli, D., & Vaughn, K. (1990). Demystifying and Classifying Electronic Music Instruments. Selected Reports in Ethnomusicology, 8, 37-64.

Invited Books

   Bakan, M. (2018). AUDIO BOOK of Speaking for Ourselves: Conversations on Life, Music, and Autism. Old Saybrook, CT: Tantor Media.

Read by Kaleo Griffith.

Refereed Books

   Jones, J., & Bakan, M. (contract). Focus: Music and Devotion in India. Manuscript under contract for publication, New York: Routledge.

Volume editor in capacity as series editor of Routledge Focus on World Music Series.

   Levine, V., & Bakan, M. (contract). Focus: Native American Music. Manuscript under contract for publication, New York: Routledge Focus on World Music Series.

Volume editor in capacity as series editor of Routledge Focus on World Music Series.

   Bakan, M. (in press). Focus: Music and Religion of Morocco. New York: Routledge.

   De Quadros, A., & Bakan, M. (in press). Focus: Choral Music in Global Perspective. New York: Routledge.

Volume editor in capacity as series editor of Routledge Focus on World Music Series.

   Hutchinson, S., & Bakan, M. (in press). Focus: Musics of the Caribbean. New York: Routledge.

Volume editor in capacity as series editor of Routledge Focus on World Music Series.

   Sarrazin, N. (in press). Focus: Music in Contemporary India. New York: Routledge.

Volume editor in capacity as series editor of Routledge Focus on World Music Series.

   Bakan, M. B. (2019). World Music: Traditions and Transformations, Third Edition. New York: McGraw-Hill.

   Bakan, M. (2018). Speaking for Ourselves: Conversations on Life, Music, and Autism. New York: Oxford University Press.

   Bakan, M. (2016). World Music: Traditions and Transformations, Revised 2nd edition Connect/SmartBook version. New York: McGraw-Hill.

   McKerrell, S., & Bakan, M. (2016). Focus: Scottish Traditional Music. New York: Routledge.

Volume editor in capacity as series editor of Routledge Focus on World Music Series.

   Milioto, J. M., & Bakan, M. (2016). Focus: Music in Contemporary Japan. New York: Routledge.

Volume editor in capacity as series editor of Routledge Focus on World Music Series.

   Bakan, M. B. (2012). World Music: Traditions and Transformations, 2nd Edition. New York: McGraw-Hill.

This textbook has been adopted at more than 150 universities and colleges nationwide and internationally.

   Bakan, M. (2011). Focus: Music, Nationalism, and the Making of the New Europe. New York: Routledge.

Volume editor in capacity as series editor of Routledge Focus on World Music Series.

   Crook, L., & Bakan, M. (2009). Music of Northeast Brazil, Second Edition. New York: Routledge.

Volume editor in capacity as series editor of Routledge Focus on World Music Series.

   Williams, S., & Bakan, M. (2009). Focus: Irish Traditional Music. New York: Routledge.

Volume editor in capacity as series editor of Routledge Focus on World Music Series.

*  Muller, C., & Bakan, M. (2008). Focus: Music of South Africa, Second Edition. New York: Routledge.

Volume editor in capacity as series editor of Routledge Focus on World Music Series.

*  Spiller, H., & Bakan, M. (2008). Gamelan Music of Indonesia, Second Edition. New York: Routledge.

Volume editor in capacity as series editor of Routledge Focus on World Music Series.

*  Bakan, M. B. (2007). World Music: Traditions and Transformations. New York: McGraw-Hill.

*  Crook, L., & Bakan, M. (2005). Brazilian Music: Northeast Traditions and the Heartbeat of a Modern Nation. Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-CLIO.

Volume editor in capacity as series editor of ABC-CLIO World Music Series.

*  Bohlman, P. V., & Bakan, M. (2004). The Music of European Nationalism: Cultural Identity and Modern History. Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-CLIO.

Volume editor in capacity as series editor of ABC-CLIO World Music Series.

*  Muller, C. A., & Bakan, M. (2004). South African Music: A Century of Traditions in Transformation. Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-CLIO.

Volume editor in capacity as series editor of ABC-CLIO World Music Series.

*  Spiller, H., & Bakan, M. (2004). Gamelan: The Traditional Sounds of Indonesia. New York: Routledge.

Volume editor in capacity as series editor of ABC-CLIO World Music Series.

*  Bakan, M. B. (1999). Music of Death and New Creation: Experiences in the World of Balinese Gamelan Beleganjur. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

Choice Outstanding Academic Title, 2000; Reviewed in “The Times Higher Education Supplement (05/2002) as one of the two “…most significant publications on Balinese music in almost half a century;” Has been taught n graduate ethnomusicology seminars at numerous universities nationwide, including: Harvard University; University of Iowa; University of California, Los Angeles; University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign; University of Chicago; Indiana University.

Refereed Book Chapters

   Bakan, M. B., & Nitzberg, D. (submitted). Ways of the Mind: Autistic Subjectivity in Musical Experience and Practice. Manuscript submitted for publication, 41 pages.

Oxford Handbook of Phenomenological Ethnomusicology, edited by Harris Berger and Kati Szego. New York: Oxford University Press.

   Bakan, M. (in press). Music and the Embodiment of Disability. In Gilman, Sander L., & Kim, Yoon (Eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Music and the Body (32 pages). New York: Oxford University Press.

Edited by Sander L. Gilman and Yoon Kim.

   Bakan, M. B. (in press). Autism Doesn’t Speak, People Do: Musical Thinking, Chat Messaging, and Autistic Repatriation. In Frank Gunderson, Robert Lancefield, & Bret Woods (Eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Musical Repatriation (41 pages). New York: Oxford University Press.

   Nitzberg, D., & Bakan, M. B. (2019). Resilience and Adaptive Management in Piano Pedagogy for Aspergers. In Timothy J. Cooley (Ed.), Music and Sustainable Cultures (pp. 249-61). Urbana: University of Illinois Press.

   Bakan, M. (2018). Music and Autism, Representation and Re-presentation: An Ethnomusicological Perspective. In Elizabeth Fein, & Clarice Rios (Eds.), Autism in Translation: An Intercultural Conversation on Autism Spectrum Conditions (pp. 109-53). Cham, Switzerland: Palgrave Macmillan.

   Bakan, M. (2017). Balinese Music, an Italian Film, and an Ethnomusicological Approach to Screen Music and Sound. In Miguel Mera, Ron Sadoff, & Ben Winters (Eds.), The Routledge Companion to Screen Music and Sound (pp. 61-71). Routledge.

   Bakan, M. (2016). The Gamelan Beleganjur as Balinese Percussion Ensemble. In J. Russell Hartenberger (Ed.), The Cambridge Companion to Percussion. Cambridge University Press.

   Bakan, M. (2016). Toward an Ethnographic Model of Disability in the Ethnomusicology of Autism. In Blake Howe, Stephanie Jensen-Moulton, Neil Lerner, & Joseph Straus (Eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Music and Disability Studies (pp. 15-36). New York: Oxford University Press.

   Bakan, M. B. (2015). Being Applied in the Ethnomusicology of Autism. In Svanibor Pettan, & Jeff Todd Titon (Eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Applied Ethnomusicology (pp. 278-316). New York: Oxford University Press.

   Bakan, M. B. (2013). Italian Cinema and the Balinese Sound of Greek Tragedy: Kecak Contortions and Postmodern Schizophonic Mimesis in Pasolini and Fellini. In Kendra Stepputat (Ed.), Performing Arts in Postmodern Bali: Changing Interpretations, Founding Traditions (pp. 363-387). Graz, Austria: Shaker Verlag/Graz Studies in Ethnomusicology.

   Anderson, W. A., Bakan, M. B., Campbell, P. S., Chooi-Then Lew, J., Nguyen, P., & Phoasavadi, P. (2011). Music of Southeast Asia. In William M. Anderson, & Patricia Shehan Campbell (Eds.), Multicultural Perspectives in Music Education, 3rd ed. (v. 3) (pp. 53-104). Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield/Music Educators National Conference.

*  Bakan, M. B. (2008). Preventive Care for the Dead: Music, Community, and the Protection of Souls in Balinese Cremation Ceremonies. In Benjamin D. Koen (Ed.), The Oxford Handbook of Medical Ethnomusicology: Music, Medicine, and Culture (pp. 246-264). New York: Oxford University Press.

*  Koen, B., Bakan, M. B., Kobylarz, F., Morgan, L., Goff, R., Kahn, S., & Bakan, M. (2008). Personhood Consciousness: A Child-Ability-Centered Approach to Socio-Musical Healing and Autism Spectrum ‘Disorders’. In Koen, B. (Ed.), The Oxford Handbook of Medical Ethnomusicology: Music, Medicine, and Culture (pp. 461-481). New York: Oxford University Press.

*  Bakan, M. (1998). Way Out West on Central: Jazz in the African-American Community of Los Angeles before 1930. In Jacqueline Cogdell DjeDje, & Eddie S. Meadows (Eds.), California Soul: Music of African Americans in the West (pp. 23-78). Berkeley and Los Angeles: University of California Press.

Refereed Reviews

   Bakan, M. (2016). The Cambridge History of World Music. Ethnomusicology, 60(2), 58-65.

   Bakan, M. B. (2012). Book review: “Women, the Recited Qur’an, and Islamic Music in Indonesia,” by A. K. Rasmussen. Ethnomusicology, 56(1), 140-144.

*  Bakan, M. B. (2004). The Roots of Gamelan: The First Recordings, Bali, 1928, New York, 1941. Ethnomusiclogy, 48(1), 149-150.

*  Bakan, M. B. (2001). The Music of Bali. Yearbook for Traditional Music, 33, 206-207.

*  Bakan, M. B. (1999). Voices in Bali: Energies and Perceptions in Vocal Music and Dance Theater. Yearbook for Traditional Music, 31, 143-145.

Review of book by Edward Herbst. Though I was tenured in 2000, this review was published after submission of my tenure binders in Fall 1999.

*  Bakan, M. B. (1997). Polycultural Plyrhythms: World Percussion Compilation Recordings. Ethnomusicology, 41(2), 303-313.

*  Bakan, M. B. (1996). ‘Asian Journal’ and ‘Living Magic’ (Trilok Gurtu). Ethnomusicology, 40(2), 351-353.

*  Bakan, M. B. (1995). ‘Gamelan Batel Wayang Ramayana’ and ‘Gamelan Semar Pegulingan Saih Pitu: The Heavenly Orchestra of Bali’. Ethnomusicology, 39(2), 321-324.

Nonrefereed Journal Articles

#  Bakan, M. B. (1986). West African Drum Languages. Percussive Notes, 24(2), 29-30.

Nonrefereed Reviews

#  Bakan, M. B. (1991). Planet Drum: A Celebration of Percussion and Rhythm. Pacific Review of Ethnomusicology, 6, 88-91.

Review of book by Mickey Hart and Fredric Lieberman, with D. A. Sonneborn.

Presentations

Invited Papers at Conferences

For invited papers at conferences, 50.0% were international, 50.0% were regional in scope.

   Bakan, M. B. (presented 2011, November). “Medical Ethnomusicology and HIV/AIDS in Africa”. Paper presented at SEM Annual Meeting, SEM, Philadelphia. (International)

Respondent, President’s Roundtable.

*  Bakan, M. B. (presented 2008, April). “Interlocking Rhythms and Interlocking Worlds: Balinese Gamelan Music and Global Perspectives on Music Teaching”. Paper presented at Kappa Kappa Psi/Tau Beta Sigma Southeast District Convention, Kappa Kappa Psi/Tau Beta Sigma, Tallahassee. (Regional)

*  Bakan, M. B. (presented 2008, February). “Balinese Gamelan: A Hands-on Lecture Demonstration on Interlocking Structures, Paired Tuning, and More”. Paper presented at SEMSEC Annual Meeting, SEMSEC, Tallahassee. (Regional)

*  Bakan, M. B. (presented 2007, November). “World Music Ensembles in University Level Percussion Education: Issues, Concepts, and Perspectives”. Paper presented at Percussive Arts Society International Convention (PASIC), Percussive Arts Society, Columbus, OH. (International)

Refereed Papers at Conferences

For refereed papers at conferences, 43.8% were international, 43.8% were national, 12.5% were regional in scope.

   Bakan, M. (presented 2018, November). Textbooking Music without a Net (but with the Internet). Paper presented at Society for Ethnomusicology Annual Meeting, Society for Ethnomusicology, Albuquerque, New Mexico. (International)

   Bakan, M. (presented 2017, October). Re-presentation and the Musical Lives of “Autistic” Individuals. Paper presented at Society for Ethnomusicology Annual Meeting, Society for Ethnomusicology, Denver, CO. (International)

   Bakan, M. (presented 2016, November). Autistic Self-Advocacy and Pedagogical Activism in the Piano Teaching Studio. Paper presented at Society for Ethnomusicology Annual Meeting, Society for Ethnomusicology, Washington, DC. (International)

   Bakan, M. (presented 2015, December). Dialogue, Difference, and Positionality: Engaging Autism through Critical Ethnomusicology. Paper presented at Society for Ethnomusicology Annual Meeting, Society for Ethnomusicology, Austin, TX. (International)

   Bakan, M. (presented 2015, June). Ethnomusicological Dialogues with Ibby Grace and Amy Sequenzia: Autistic Experiences of Music. Paper presented at Society for Disability Studies Conference, Society for Disability Studies. (International)

   Bakan, M. (presented 2014, November). A Sixth Sense: Music, Autism, and Progressive Disability Aesthetics. Paper presented at American Musicological Society Annual Meeting, American Musicological Society, Milwaukee, WI. (National)

   Bakan, M. B. (presented 2013, February). Being Applied in the Ethnomusicology of Autism: Agency, Empowerment, and Musical Ethnography. Paper presented at Society for Psychological Anthropology Annual Meeting, American Anthropological Association, San Diego. (International)

   Bakan, M. B. (presented 2013, February). Different Drummers: Making Music and Rethinking Disability in the Ethnomusicology of Autism. Paper presented at Society for Disability Studies, Society for Disability Studies, Orlando, FL. (International)

   Bakan, M. B. (presented 2012, November). “Music and Disability: Works in Progress Seminar”. Paper presented at AMS Study Group on Music and Disability, sponsored by the AMS Disability SG and the SMT Disability SIG, AMS, SEM, and SMT. (National)

   Bakan, M. B. (presented 2012, November). “Performing Music, Performing Disability: Perspectives from the Autism Spectrum”. Paper presented at Joint Session of the 2012 joint meetings of the American Musicological Society (AMS), Society for Ethnomusicology (SEM), and Society for Music Theory (SMT), American Musicological Society (AMS), Society for Ethnomusicology (SEM), and Society for Music Theory (SMT), New Orleans. (National)

   Bakan, M. B. (presented 2011, November). “Intercultural, Intergenerational, and Inter-Neurophysiological Encounters along the Autism Spectrum: Improvisation as a Sociomusical Process in the the Music of the Artism Ensemble”. Paper presented at Society for Ethnomusicology (SEM) Annual Meeting, Society for Ethnomusicology (SEM), Philadelphia. (National)

   Bakan, M. B. (presented 2011, March). “Leavis to Bieber: Going Gaga, Seeking Substance, and Fearing the Ephemeral in the Pedagogical Canonization of Contemporary Popular Music”. Paper presented at International Association for the Study of Popular Music US Branch Annual Meeting, International Association for the Study of Popular Music, Cincinnati. (National)

   Bakan, M. B. (presented 2010, November). “Objective Measures of Subjective Experience in the Ethnomusicology of Autism: Attributes, Liabilities, and Larger Implications”. Paper presented at SEM Annual Meeting, SEM, Los Angeles. (National)

*  Bakan, M. B. (presented 2008, March). “The Signifying Monkey Chant: Decontextualizations and Recontexualizations of Balinese Kecak in International Films”. Paper presented at Society for Ethnomusicology Southeast/Caribbean Chapter (SEMSEC) Annual Meeting, Society for Ethnomusicology Southeast/Caribbean Chapter (SEMSEC), Tallahassee. (Regional)

*  Bakan, M. B. (presented 2007, October). “‘Seeking, in the Widened Sense of the Term, to Converse with Them’: Efficacy, Response-ability, and Improvisational Engagement in Music-Play Encounters along the Autism Spectrum”. Paper presented at SEM Annual Meeting, SEM. (National)

*  Bakan, M. B. (presented 2007, March). “WoMPIT-ing in the E-WoMP: Exploratory Methods of Music-Play Improvisation in a Medical Ethnomusicology Program for Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders”. Paper presented at SEMSEC Annual Meeting, SEMSEC, Athens. GA. (Regional)

Invited Keynote and Plenary Presentations at Conferences

For invited keynote and plenary presentations at conferences, 50.0% were international, 50.0% were regional in scope.

   Bakan, M. (presented 2017, April). The Moral of the Story: Making Ethnomusicology Matter in the Twenty-first Century. Keynote presentation at Annual Conference of the British Forum for Ethnomusicology, British Forum for Ethnomusicology, Sheffield, England, UK. (International)

   Bakan, M. (presented 2016, April). Breaking the Wand: Music, Autism, and Online Dialogical Ethnography. Keynote presentation at Carleton University/University of Ottawa Joint Regional Ethnomusicology Conference, Carleton University/University of Ottawa, Carleton University, Ottawa, Canada. (Regional)

Invited Keynote and Plenary Presentations at Symposia

For invited keynote and plenary presentations at symposia, 33.3% were international, 66.7% were national in scope.

   Bakan, M. (presented 2017, May). On Representation versus Re-Presentation in Ethnographic Writing: An Argument in Favor of the Latter. Plenary presentation in Timothy Rice (Chair), UCLA Symposium on Ethnomusicology in Theory and Practice. Symposium conducted at the meeting of UCLA Department of Ethnomusicology, University of California, Los Angeles. (National)

   Bakan, M. (presented 2015, September). Music and Autism, Representation and Re-presentation: An Ethnomusicological Perspective. Plenary presentation in Elizabeth Fein and Clarice Rios (co-chairs) (Chair), Autism Spectrum Disorders in Global, Local and Personal Perspective. Symposium conducted at the meeting of Society for Psychological Anthropology/Lemelson Foundation, State University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. (International)

   Bakan, M. (presented 2015, April). Conceptualizing Performance and Performing Conceptualization in the Theory and Practice of Balinese Gamelan Music. Keynote presentation in 2015 Teaching World Music Symposium: From the Exotic to the Global. Symposium conducted at the meeting of Northern Illinois University, Northern Illinois University. (National)

Symposium April 9-11, 2015.

Invited Presentations at Conferences

For invited presentations at conferences, 100.0% were international in scope.

   Bakan, M. (presented 2014, November). A Sixth Sense: Music, Autism, and Progressive Disability Aesthetics. Presentation at Amerian Musicological Society/Society for Music Theory Annual Meeting, AMS/SMT, Milwaukee, WI. (International)

Invited Presentations at Symposia

For invited presentations at symposia, 50.0% were international, 50.0% were national in scope.

   Bakan, M. (presented 2018, February). Speaking for Themselves: Conversations on Life, Music, and Autism. In Aaron Fox (Chair), New Frontiers in the Study of Autism, Music, and Neurodiversity. Presentation at the meeting of Columbia University Center for Ethnomusicology, Columbia University Center for Ethnomusicology. (National)

   Bakan, M. (presented 2017, May). On Representation and Re-Presentation in the Ethnomusicology of Ethnographic Writing: An Argument in Favor of the Latter. In Timothy Rice (Chair), The UCLA Symposium on Ethnomusicology in Theory and Practice. Presentation at the meeting of UCLA Department of Ethnomusicology, University of California, Los Angeles. (International)

Refereed Presentations at Conferences

For refereed presentations at conferences, 14.3% were international, 42.9% were national, 42.9% were regional in scope.

*  Bakan, M. B. (presented 2007, November). World Music Ensembles in University Level Percussion Education: Issues, Concepts, and Perspectives. Presentation at Percussive Arts Society International Convention (PASIC), Percussive Arts Society, Columbus, OH. (International)

*  Bakan, M. B. (presented 2003, October). Rhythm-a-ning: Participation-Centered Learning and the Teaching of Complex Rhythms in the World Music Classroom. Presentation at College Music Society national meeting (CMS), College Music Society, Miami, FL. (National)

*  Bakan, M. B. (presented 2003, October). The Ten(ure) Commandments: A Practical Guide for Ethnomusicologist. Presentation at College Music Society national meeting (CMS), College Music Society, Miami, FL. (National)

*  Bakan, M. B. (presented 2000, February). Having Your Cake and Eating It Too: Facilitating Practical Competence and Contextually-Sensitive Musicality in the Teachings of Balinese Gamelan Music. Presentation at Society for Ethnomusicology Southeast/Caribbean Chapter Annual Meeting, Society for Ethnomusicology Southeast/Caribbean Chapter Annual Meeting, New Orleans, LA. (Regional)

*  Bakan, M. B. (presented 1998, February). The Academic Interview. Presentation at SEM/SCSMT Joint Roundtable: Musical Academia Survival Tips, Society for Ethnomusicology Southeast/Caribbean Chapter Annual Meeting, Oxford, MS. (Regional)

*  Bakan, M. B. (presented 1996, April). Making Connections: Multicultural Traditions and National Standards for Arts Education – Asian Music. Presentation at Key Focus Session, Biennial In-Service Conference of the Music Educators National Conference (MENC), Music Educators National Conference, Kansas City, MO. (National)

*  Bakan, M. B. (presented 1995, February). Monkey Business: A Workshop on the Balinese Kecak. Presentation at Annual Meeting of the Ohio Music Education Association, Ohio Music Education Association, Columbus, OH. (Regional)

Invited Workshops

For invited workshops, 75.0% were national, 25.0% were state in scope.

   Bakan, M. B. (2013, March). “Performing Balinese Gamelan Music on Central Javanese Gamelan”. Workshop delivered at University of Texas at Austin, Butler School of Music, Butler School of Music, UT Austin. (National)

   Bakan, M. B. (2013, March). Balinese Kecak: A Performance Workshop. Workshop delivered at Univesrity of Texas at Austin, Butler School of Music, Butler School of Music, UT Austin. (National)

   Bakan, M. B. (2012, September). Beleganjur Javanese: Balinese Music for Javanese Gamelan. Workshop delivered at School of Music, University of Louisiana, Lafayette, University of Louisiana, Lafayette. (National)

   Bakan, M. B. (2011, January). “Sambaganur!: Applying Balinese Gamelan Techniques, Textures, and Interlocking Rhythmic Structures in a Brazilian Samba Context”. Workshop delivered at School of Music, University of Florida, University of Florida. (State)

Invited Lectures and Readings of Original Work

For invited lectures and readings of original work, 13.7% were international, 68.6% were national, 9.8% were regional, 2.0% were state, 5.9% were local in scope.

   Bakan, M. (2019, April). From Cymbals to Symbols: Gamelan Music as Cosmology and the Embodiment of Social Values. Delivered at Musicology/Ethnomusicology Student Association, Hugh Hodgson School of Music, University of Georgia at Athens. (National)

   Bakan, M. (2019, April). Music and Autism in Re-presentational Perspective. Delivered at Music Therapy Program, Hugh Hodgson School of Music, University of Georgia at Athens. (National)

   Bakan, M. (2019, March). Agama Tirta: Balinese Hindu-Buddhist Religion in Ethnomusicological Context. Delivered at Department of Music, Washington College. (National)

   Bakan, M. (2019, March). An Introduction to Balinese Gamelan: Traditions and Transformations. Delivered at Department of Music, Washington College. (National)

   Bakan, M. (2019, March). Conversations on Life, Music, and Autism: A Book Talk by Michael B. Bakan. Delivered at Department of Music, Washington College, The Egg, Washington College. (National)

   Bakan, M. (2018, February). Re-presenting Life, Music, and Autism: A Conversational Approach. Delivered at New York University Music Therapy Program, Silver Center for the Arts and Sciences, New York University. (National)

   Bakan, M. (2018, February). Thinking in Music and Hearing in Colors: Autistic Women Speaking for Themselves. Delivered at City University of New York Graduate Center Ethnomusicology Colloquium Series, City University of New York. (National)

   Bakan, M. (2017, June). Representation, Re-presentation, and the Ethnomusicology of Autism. Delivered at University of Graz (Austria), Kunstuniversitat Graz (Graz University of Music and the Arts). (International)

   Bakan, M. (2017, June). Representation, Re-presentation, and the Ethnomusicology of Autism. Delivered at Kunstuniversität Graz, Kunstuniversität Graz, Graz, Austria. (International)

   Bakan, M. (2017, June). Why Music Matters, and How to Make Musicology Do the Same. Delivered at Kunstuniversität Graz, Kunstuniversität Graz, Graz, Austria. (International)

   Bakan, M., Glawischnig-Goschnik, M., & Brabeck de Mori, B. (2017, June). Healing with Music: Music Therapy Meets Ethnomusicology. Delivered at Kunstuniversität Graz, Kunstuniversität Graz, Graz, Austria. (International)

Roundtable.

   Bakan, M. (2016, September). A Cultural Approach to Music and Neurodiversity. Delivered at University of Dayton, Department of Music, University of Dayton. (National)

   Bakan, M. (2016, June). Music Therapy and Ethnomusicology in a World of Neurodiversity. Delivered at Steinhardt School of Music, New York University, New York University. (National)

   Bakan, M. (2016, May). Shifting Paradigms? Relocating Music and Culture in the Study of Autism. Delivered at Music and Health Research Collaboratory (MaHRC), University of Toronto, Canadian Music Education Research Center (CMERC), University of Toronto. (International)

   Bakan, M. (2015, September). “Thinking in Music”: A Dialogue between Autistic Self-Advocate Ibby Grace and Ethnomusicologist Michael Bakan. Delivered at EthNoise Colloquium, School of Music, University of Chicago, University of Chicago. (National)

   Bakan, M. (2014, April). Autism and the Arts: Making Music, Doing Ethnomusicology, Embracing Neurodiversity. Delivered at Kent State University, Kent State University Performing Arts Library. (National)

   Bakan, M. (2014, April). Making Music to Make a Difference: Neurodiversity and the Ethnomusicology of Autism. Delivered at VSA Indiana (The State Organization on Arts and Disability), Harrison Center for the Arts, Indianapolis, IN. (National)

   Bakan, M. (2013, May). Autism, Ethnomusicology, and the New Normal of Disability. Delivered at Columbia University Center for Ethnomusicology, Center for Ethnomusicology, Dept. of Music, Columbia University. (National)

   Bakan, M. B. (2013, March). “Balinese Gamelan Music of Indonesia: Interlocking Rhythms, Interlocking Worlds”. Delivered at Texas A&M University, Department of Performance Studies, Texas A&M University. (National)

   Bakan, M. B. (2013, March). “Music, Identity, and Difference in the Ethnomusicology of Autism”. Delivered at University of Texas at Austin, Butler School of Music, Butler School of Music, UT Austin. (National)

   Bakan, M. B. (2013, March). “Music, Movement, and Cultural Performance in the Ethnomusicology of Autism”. Delivered at Texas A&M University, Department of Performance Studies, Texas A&M University. (National)

   Bakan, M. B. (2013, March). “Musical Ethnography as Social Activism in the Ethnomusicology of Autism”. Delivered at UNT Division of Music History, Theory, and Ethnomusicology, University of North Texas. (National)

   Bakan, M. B. (2013, March). “To the Beats of Different Drummers: Making Music and Rethinking Disability in the Ethnomusicology of Autism”. Delivered at University of Texas at Austin, Butler School of Music, Butler School of Music, UT Austin. (National)

   Bakan, M. B. (2012, September). “Ethnomusicology in Civic Engagement and Social Activism”. Delivered at Middlebury College Music Department Visiting Lecture Series, Middlebury, VT. (Local)

   Bakan, M. B. (2012, September). “Making Music, Making Community: The Case of Balinese Gamelan”. Delivered at Middlebury College Music Department, Middlebury, VT. (Local)

   Bakan, M. B. (2012, September). “Musical Worlds, Community Values, and Cosmic Realms of Indonesian Gamelan Music”. Delivered at University of Louisiana, Lafayette Music Department Guest Lecture Series. (National)

   Bakan, M. (2012, April). Making Music to Make a Difference: Neurodiversity and the Ethnomusicology of Autism. Delivered at VSA Indiana (The State Organization on Arts and Disability), Harrison Center for the Arts, Indianapolis, IN. (Regional)

   Bakan, M. B. (2012, April). Making Change: Music, Meaning, and Autism. Delivered at TEDxFSU, Turnbull Center, FSU. (International)

   Bakan, M. B. (2011, January). “Toward an Ethnomusicology of Autism Spectrum Disorders: Making Music, Measuring Happiness, and Bridging the Divide of Ethnography and Evidence-Based Research”. Delivered at University of Florida Musicology Colloquium Series, Gainesville, FL. (State)

   Bakan, M. B. (2010, November). “E-WoMP Encounters: Engaging Personhood in the Ethnomusicology of Autism”. Delivered at Pomona College. (National)

   Bakan, M. B. (2010, November). “Foundations of Balinese Gamelan Music”. Delivered at Valdosta University. (Regional)

   Bakan, M. B. (2010, November). “Interlocking Structures and Semiotic Dimensions in Balinese Gamelan Music”. Delivered at Pomona College. (National)

   Bakan, M. B. (2010, November). “Sound, Sense, Science, Spectrum: Improvisatory Music-Play and the Ethnomusicology of Autism”. Delivered at University of California, Riverside. (National)

   Bakan, M. B. (2010, November). “Structures of Feeling: Musical Sense and Experiential Sensibility in Balinese Gamelan Beleganjur”. Delivered at University of California, Santa Barbara. (National)

   Bakan, M. B. (2010, September). “Comprehending Balinese Gamelan: Music, Culture, and Interlocking Worlds”. Delivered at Troy University. (Regional)

   Bakan, M. B. (2010, September). “From Ought-ism and Autism to Artism and Music-Play: Ethnomusicological Encounters on the Exploratory World Music Playground”. Delivered at Troy University. (Regional)

*  Bakan, M. B. (2009, March). “From Gamelan to Global Grooves and E-WoMPs to Autism: Perspectives on World Music, Medical Ethnomusicology, and the Facilitation of Musicultural Understanding and Empathy”. Delivered at Berklee College of Music Music Therapy Department, Boston. (National)

*  Bakan, M. B. (2009, March). “Kecak Conundrums: Disembodied Balinese Voices in International Cinematic Art”. Delivered at Center for the Study of Asia Lecture Series, Boston University. (National)

*  Bakan, M. B. (2009, March). “Medical Ethnomusicology, Music Therapy, and the Autism Spectrum”. Delivered at Berklee College of Music Music Therapy and Medicine Colloquium, Boston. (National)

*  Bakan, M. B. (2009, March). “Monkey Chant Madness: Balinese Kecak in Fellini’s Satyricon and the Coen Brothers’ Blood Simple. Delivered at Council on Southeast Asia Studies Seminar Series, Yale University. (National)

*  Bakan, M. B. (2009, March). “Music and Play, Autism and Society: Medical Ethnomusicology and the Music-Play Project at Florida State University”. Delivered at Seminar on Autism and Society, Boston University. (National)

*  Bakan, M. B. (2009, March). “Speaking of Percussion… : Voice Gamelans, Talking Drums, and Other Musicultural Fascinations from the Worlds of Vocal Percussion and Drum Speech”. Delivered at Berklee College of Music Music Therapy and Percussion departments, Boston. (National)

*  Bakan, M. B. (2009, March). “World Music and Ethnomusicology in the College Curriculum”. Delivered at Berklee College of Music Interdepartmental Roundtable, Boston. (National)

*  Bakan, M. (2008, November). Music Inspired by the Kabbalah and the Zohar. Delivered at Jewish Music Through the Ages and From Around the World, Temple Israel, Tallahassee, FL. (Local)

*  Bakan, M. B. (2008, April). “Medical Ethnomusicology and the Autism Spectrum: A Forum for Music Therapists”. Delivered at Shenandoah University Music Therapy Program/Ethnomusicology Certificate Program. (National)

*  Bakan, M. B. (2008, April). “The Abduction of Kecak: Musical Appropriations of Balinese Vocal Gamelan Music in Fellini’s Satyricon and the Coen Brothers’ Blood Simple. Delivered at University of Maryland, College Park Division of Musicology and Ethnomusicology Lecture Series. (National)

*  Bakan, M. (2008, April). Interlocking Rhythms and Interlocking Worlds: Balinese Gamelan Music and Global Perspectives on Music Teaching. Delivered at Kappa Kappa Psi/Tau Beta Sigma Southeast District Convention, Tallahassee, FL. (Regional)

*  Bakan, M. B. (2008, March). “Confronting and Transcending the Boundaries of ‘Gamelan’: Experiential Epistemologies of Scholarship, Performance, Pedagogy, and Medical Ethnomusicology”. Delivered at Harvard University Ethnomusicology Colloquium Series, Cambridge, MA. (National)

*  Bakan, M. B. (2008, March). “Cyclic Forms, Melodic Configurations, and Interlocking Patterns in Balinese Gamelan Music: Theoretical and Performative Dimensions of an Indonesian Musicultural Tradition”. Delivered at University of Louisiana, Lafayette Department of Percussion. (National)

*  Bakan, M. B. (2008, March). “Interlocking Worlds: From Individual Pattern to Integrated Collectivity in Balinese Gamelan Music and the Medical Ethnomusicology of Autism.”. Delivered at Department of Musicology Colloquium Series, Boston University. (National)

*  Bakan, M. B. (2007, March). “Musicultural Traditions and Transformations: Concepts and Issues in ‘World Music’ Pedagogy”. Delivered at University of British Columbia Ethnomusicology Division Colloquium. (International)

Master Classes

For master classes, 50.0% were international, 50.0% were local in scope.

   Bakan, M. (2017, June). Balinese Gamelan Beleganjur: A Performance Practicum. Master class delivered at Kunstuniversität Graz, Kunstuniversität Graz, Graz, Austria. (International)

*  Bakan, M. B. (2008, March). Indonesian Gamelan Master Classes. Master class delivered at University of Louisiana, Lafayette Department of Percussion. (Local)

Clinics

For clinics, 33.3% were international, 66.7% were national in scope.

   Bakan, M., & Clark, A. (2019, February). The Cambridge Common Voices Neurodiversity Project of Harvard University and Lesley University. Clinic delivered at Cambridge Common Voices, Harvard University Department of Music. (National)

   Bakan, M. (2018, February). Musical Engagement across the Autism Spectrum: A Participatory Workshop. Clinic delivered at Institute for Arts Education and Special Needs, Boston Conservatory at Berklee. (National)

   Bakan, M. (2017, October). Balinese Music Experience: The Monkey Chant. Clinic delivered at Society for Ethnomusicology Education Section, Denver, CO. (International)

Original Creative Works

Performed Musical Arrangements

   Bakan, M. B. (Arranger). (2011, March). Tari Puspanjali gamelan gong kebyar. FSU.

*  Bakan, M. B. (Arranger). (2008, November). Manuk Rawa gamelan gong kebyar. FSU.

*  Bakan, M. B. (Arranger). (2008, April). Baris (1) for Central Javanese gamelan and bata drums. University of Louisiana at Lafayette Gamelan Ensemble.

*  Bakan, M. B. (Arranger). (2007, November). Tabuh Telu gamelan gong kebyar. FSU.

*  Bakan, M. B. (Arranger). (2007, March). Sekar Kemuda (1) gamelan gong kebyar. FSU.

*  Bakan, M. B. (Arranger). (2007, March). Sinom Ladrang gamelan gong kebyar. FSU.

Studio Recordings

   Clinton, G., & Bakan, M. (Percussionist). (2018). Medicaid Fraud Dogg [Funk]. [Origination of the work by Parliament]. [Artistic direction by George Clinton]. [Funk music], C Kunspyruhzy Records.

Performed as percussionist on three tracks of the album.

   Bakan, M. (Director, composer, and percussionist). (2015). Ashrei [Intercultural world music]. [Origination of the work by M. Bakan]. [Artistic direction by M. Bakan]. [World music/jazz], CD Baby.

First ballot entry in Best World Music Album Category, 57th Annual GRAMMY Awards.

   Bakan, M. B., Stanley, A., Fredrickson, E., Stoltenberg, D., Odria, C., Brooks, J., & Chason, C. (Director, percussionist, composer). (2013). Omnimusica: Shalom Rav [World music/jazz]. [World music], Tallahassee: Omnimusica.

   Bakan, M. B. (Performer). (2011). Four Compact Discs to Accompany World Music: Traditions and Transformations, 2nd ed. (compilation). [CD], New York: McGraw-Hill/Sony Music.

   Bakan, M. B. (Composer, Ensemble director). (2011). “B.A.Ph.PET” (for scratch turntable soloist, Balinese gamelan, and electronics). Disk 2, track 18, of Four Compact Discs to Accompany World Music: Traditions and Transformations. [CD], McGraw-Hill/Sony Music.

*  Bakan, M. B. (Performer). (2007). 3 Compact Discs to Accompany World Music: Traditions and Transformations. [CD], New York: McGraw-Hill/Sony BMG.

Performances

Invited Performances

   Bakan, M. (Percussionist). (2019, April). Colleen Nixon and the Jasmine. [Origination of the work by Colleen Nixon]. Cascades Park (Tallahassee): Word of South Festival.

   Bakan, M. (Featured guest artist). (2019, April). Gamelan Chandra Natha: From Bali to UGA Concert [Concert]. [Artistic direction by Dustin Wiebe, I Gusti Komin Darta]. Hodgson Hall: Hugh Hodgson School of Music, University of Georgia at Athens.

Debut concert of UGA’s new Balinese gamelan, also featuring I Gusti Komin Darta and I Putu Tangkas Adi Hiranmayena.

   Bakan, M. (Percussionist). (2019, April). The Ecosound Ensemble [Spoken word with large ensemble (experimental)]. [Origination of the work by Michael Rothenberg]. [Artistic direction by Michael Rothenberg]. The Moon (Tallahassee): Word of South Festival.

   Bakan, M., Ciulei, S., & Cobb, D. (Percussionist). (2018, March). Sewanee Guitar Festival [Flamenco]. [Origination of the work by Maharajah Flamenco Trio]. [Artistic direction by Silviu Ciulei]. Guerry Hall, University of the South (Tennessee): Sewanee Guitar Festival.

   Bakan, M., Ciulei, S., Yazdanpanah, R., Cobb, D., & Dailey, D. (Percussionist). (2018, March). Jacksonville Children’s Chorus, “World Beat” Concert [Flamenco Quratet featured with children’s choir]. [Origination of the work by Cuarteto Flamenco del Sur]. [Artistic direction by Michael Bakan, Darren Dailey]. Lazzara Performance Hall, University of North Florida: Jacksonville Children’s Chours.

   Bakan, M. B. (Director). (2013, February). Omnimusica Intercultural Ensemble [Concert]. School of Music, University of Florida: School of Music, University of Florida.

   Bakan, M. B. (Director). (2013, February). Omnimusica Intercultural Ensemble [Concert]. Florida Institute of Technology (FIT): FIT.

   Bakan, M. B. (Director). (2013, February). Omnimusica Intercultural Ensemble [Concert]. Appleton Museum, Ocala, FL: Florida Alliance for Arts Education.

   Bakan, M. B. (Director). (2012, January). World Music Showcase by the Michael Bakan Ensemble [Concert]. Friday Musicale, Jacksonville: Friday Musicale.

   Bakan, M. B. (Featured guest artist). (2011, April). Jacksonville Children’s Chorus “Celebramos” concert. Jacoby Symphony Hall, Jacksonville, FL: Cuarteto del Sur.

Cuarteto del Sur performs traditional and contemporary music from throughout Latin America, as well as original compositions by members of the quartet. The group consists of guitarists Carlos Odria and Carlos Silva, bassist Brian Hall, and percussionist Michael Bakan.

   Bakan, M. B. (Percussionist with Cuarteto del Sur). (2010, November). Friday Musicale Chamber Music Series. Friday Musicale Auditorium, Jacksonville, FL: Cuarteto del Sur.

   Bakan, M. B. (Percussionist with Cuarteto del Sur). (2010, November). Guest Artist Recital. Whitehead Auditorium, Valdosta State University: Cuarteto del Sur.

   Bakan, M. B. (Percussionist with Cuarteto del Sur). (2010, August). FSU Film School Gold Carpet Gala. Florida State University Center: Cuarteto del Sur.

Non-Juried Performances

   Bakan, M. (Director, percussionist, composer, arranger). (2019, April). Rainbow Concert of World Music. [Artistic direction by M. Bakan]. Opperman Music Hall: FSU College of Music.

   Bakan, M. (Director, percussionist, composer, arranger). (2019, March). FSU Balinese Gamelan and Omnimusica [World music concert]. [Artistic direction by M. Bakan]. Opperman Music Hall: FSU College of Music.

   Bakan, M. (Director). (2018, October). FSU Balinese Gamelan and Omnimusica Intercultural Ensemble. Opperman Music Hall, FSU: FSU College of Music.

   Bakan, M. (Director, percussionist). (2018, April). FSU Balinese Gamelan and Omnimusica Intercultural Ensemble [World music]. [Origination of the work by Sekaa Gong Hanuman Agung, Omnimusica]. [Artistic direction by Michael Bakan]. Opperman Music Hall, FSU: FSU College of Music.

   Bakan, M. (Director and featured soloist). (2018, March). Twenty Years of World Music with Michael Bakan: The 18th Annual Rainbow Concert of World Music. Ruby Diamond Concert Hall, FSU: FSU College of Music.

   Bakan, M., & Deng, H. (Concert organizer, ensemble director, percussionist). (2018, March). 22nd Annual Rainbow Concert of World Music, featuring Haiqiong Deng [World music]. [Origination of the work by FSU World Music Ensembles]. [Artistic direction by Michael Bakan]. Ruby Diamond Concert Hall, FSU: FSU College of Music.

   Bakan, M. (Director). (2017, November). FSU Balinese Gamelan and Omnimusica Intercultural Ensemble. FSU College of Music.

   Bakan, M. (Director). (2017, March). FSU Balinese Gamelan and Omnimusica Intercultural Ensemble. FSU College of Music.

   Bakan, M., & Ben Sira, R. (Concert organizer, ensemble director, percussionist). (2017, February). 21st Annual Rainbow Concert of World Music, featuring Roee Ben Sira [World Music]. [Origination of the work by FSU World Music Ensembles]. [Artistic direction by Michael Bakan]. Ruby Diamond Concert Hall, FSU: FSU College of Music.

   Bakan, M. (Director). (2016, November). FSU Balinese Gamelan and Omnimusica Intercultural Ensemble. Opperman Music Hall, FSU: FSU College of Music.

   Bakan, M. (Director). (2016, April). FSU Balinese Gamelan and Omnimusica Intercultural Ensemble. Opperman Music Hall, FSU: FSU College of Music.

   Bakan, M., Clinton, G., & Bedrosian, D. (Concert organizer, ensemble director, percussionist, arranger). (2016, March). 20th Annual Rainbow Concert of World Music, featuring George Clinton [World music]. [Origination of the work by FSU world music ensembles]. [Artistic direction by Michael Bakan]. Ruby Diamond Concert Hall, FSU: FSU College of Music.

   Bakan, M. (Director). (2015, November). FSU Balinese Gamelan and Omnimusica Intercultural Ensemble. Opperman Music Hall, FSU: FSU College of Music.

   Bakan, M. (Director). (2015, November). FSU Balinese Gamelan and Omnimusica Intercultural Ensemble. Opperman Music Hall, FSU: FSU College of Music.

   Bakan, M. (Director). (2015, March). 19th Annual Rainbow Concert of World Music. Ruby Diamond Concert Hall, FSU: FSU College of Music.

   Bakan, M. (Director). (2014, October). FSU Balinese Gamelan and Omnimusica Intercultural Ensemble. Opperman Music Hall, FSU: FSU College of Music.

   Bakan, M. (Director). (2014, April). FSU Balinese Gamelan and Omnimusica Intercultural Ensemble. Opperman Music Hall, FSU: FSU College of Music.

   Bakan, M. (Featured soloist with nine world music ensembles). (2014, March). 20 Years of World Music with Michael Bakan — The 18th Annual Rainbow Concert. Ruby Diamond Concert Hall, FSU: FSU College of Music.

   Bakan, M. (Director). (2013, October). FSU Balinese Gamelan and Omnimusica Intercultural Ensemble. Opperman Music Hall: FSU College of Music.

   Bakan, M. B. (Director). (2013, March). Rainbow Concert of World Music [Omnimusica performance]. Ruby Diamond Concert Hall, FSU: FSU College of Music.

   Bakan, M. B. (Director). (2012, October). Gamelan concert [Concert]. Opperman Music Hall, FSU: FSU College of Music.

   Bakan, M. B. (Director). (2012, October). Omnimusica Intercultural Ensemble [Concert]. Opperman Music Hall, FSU: FSU.

   Bakan, M. B. (Director). (2012, April). Concert for Florida State University Autism Institute’s 5K Run Arts Fair. Southwood Town Center, Tallahassee: Artism Ensemble.

The Artism Ensemble is an improvisational collective comprising master musicians and improvisers from diverse world cultures with children on the autism spectrum and their co-participating parents. These concerts were produced with the aid of a federally funded grant from the National Endowment for the Arts administered by the Florida Department of State’s Division of Cultural Affairs.

   Bakan, M. B. (Director). (2012, April). Omnimusica Intercultural Ensemble [Concert]. Dohnanyi Recital Hall, FSU: FSU College of Music.

   Bakan, M. B. (Director). (2012, March). Artism Ensemble [Concert]. Dohnanyi Recital Hall, Florida State University: Artism Ensemble.

   Bakan, M. B. (Director of FSU Sekaa Gong Hanuman Agung Balinese Gamelan). (2012, March). Gamelan concert [Concert]. Opperman Music Hall (OMH): FSU Sekaa Gong Hanuman Agung Balinese Gamelan.

With featured Balinese dancer I Gusti Ayu Candra Dewi (Candra).

   Bakan, M. B. (Director of FSU Sekaa Gong Hanuman Agung Balinese Gamelan). (2012, March). Rainbow Concert of World Music. Ruby Diamond Auditorium (RDA), FSU: FSU Sekaa Gong Hanuman Agung Balinese Gamelan.

   Bakan, M. B. (Director). (2012, February). Artism Ensemble. Tallahassee Museum: Saturday Matinee of the Arts (Seven Days of Opening Nights Festival).

   Bakan, M. B. (Director). (2011, April). “Culture Club” Inaugural Roundtable: Michael Bakan and the Artism Music-Play Project. Tallahassee Little Theatre: COCA (Council on Culture and Arts) and Artism Ensemble.

   Bakan, M. B. (Director). (2011, April). Artism Ensemble. FSU: FSU College of Music.

   Bakan, M. B. (Director). (2011, March). Artism Ensemble [Concert]. Museum of Florida History (Tallahassee): Museum of Florida History.

   Bakan, M. B. (Director of FSU Sekaa Gong Hanuman Agung Balinese Gamelan). (2011, March). Rainbow Concert of World Music. Ruby Diamond Auditorium (RDA), FSU: FSU Sekaa Gong Hanuman Agung Balinese Gamelan.

   Bakan, M. B. (Director of FSU Sekaa Gong Hanuman Agung Balinese Gamelan). (2011, March). Spring 2011 concert. Opperman Music Hall (OMH), FSU: FSU Sekaa Gong Hanuman Agung Balinese Gamelan.

   Bakan, M. B. (Director). (2011, February). Concert Saturday Matinee of the Arts (Seven Days of Opening Nights Festival). Tallahassee Museum: Artism Ensemble.

   Bakan, M. B. (Director of FSU Sekaa Gong Hanuman Agung Balinese Gamelan). (2010, November). Fall 2010 concert. OMH, FSU: FSU Sekaa Gong Hanuman Agung Balinese Gamelan.

   Bakan, M. B. (Director of FSU Sekaa Gong Hanuman Agung Balinese Gamelan). (2010, April). Spring 2010 concert. OMH, FSU: FSU Sekaa Gong Hanuman Agung Balinese Gamelan.

   Bakan, M. B. (Director of FSU Sekaa Gong Hanuman Agung Balinese Gamelan). (2010, March). Rainbow Concert of World Music. OMH, FSU: FSU Sekaa Gong Hanuman Agung Balinese Gamelan.

   Bakan, M. B. (Director of FSU Sekaa Gong Hanuman Agung Balinese Gamelan). (2009, December). FSU Fall Festival of World Music gamelan concert. OMH, FSU: FSU Sekaa Gong Hanuman Agung Balinese Gamelan.

*  Bakan, M. B. (Director of FSU Sekaa Gong Hanuman Agung Balinese Gamelan). (2008, November). Balinese gamelan concert and lecture-demonstration. Tallahassee Community College: FSU Sekaa Gong Hanuman Agung Balinese Gamelan.

*  Bakan, M. B. (Director of FSU Sekaa Gong Hanuman Agung Balinese Gamelan). (2008, November). FSU Fall Festival of World Music gamelan concert. OMH, FSU: FSU Sekaa Gong Hanuman Agung Balinese Gamelan.

*  Bakan, M. B. (Director of FSU Sekaa Gong Hanuman Agung Balinese Gamelan). (2008, March). FSU Rainbow Concert of World Music gamelan concert. RDA, FSU: FSU Sekaa Gong Hanuman Agung Balinese Gamelan.

*  Bakan, M. B. (Director of FSU Sekaa Gong Hanuman Agung Balinese Gamelan). (2007, November). Fall Festival of World Music gamelan concert. OMH, FSU: FSU Sekaa Gong Hanuman Agung Balinese Gamelan.

*  Bakan, M. B. (Director of FSU Sekaa Gong Hanuman Agung Balinese Gamelan). (2007, March). Rainbow Concert of World Music, with guest Balinese musician I.K.G. Asnawa and Balinese dancer Ayu Putu Niastarika. RDA, FSU: FSU Sekaa Gong Hanuman Agung Balinese Gamelan.

*  Bakan, M. B. (Director of FSU Sekaa Gong Hanuman Agung Balinese Gamelan). (2007, January). The Music of I Ketut Gede Asnawa, featuring guest Balinese musician I Ketut Gede Asnawa. OMH, FSU: FSU Sekaa Gong Hanuman Agung Balinese Gamelan.

Contracts and Grants

Contracts and Grants Funded

   Bakan, M. B., & Welch, L. G. (Jan 2011–Jun 2013). Artism Ensemble. Funded by Florida Department of State. Total award $56,000.

Service

Florida State University

FSU University Service

*  Member, Arts and Humanities Enhancement Program (AHPEG) (2008–2009).

FSU College Service

*  Member, International Programs Committee (2007–present).

   Member, Assistant Professor of Ethnomusicology Search Committee (2018).

   Member, Curriculum Committee (2014–2017).

   Chair, Ethnomusicology Search Committee (2011–2012).

FSU Department Service

*  Chair, World Music Committee (2007–present).

FSU Program Service

   Head, World Music Ensembles Program (2012–present).

*  Head, Ethnomusicology and World Music Programs (2008–2012).

The Profession

Series Editor for Books

*  Routledge Focus on World Music Series (2007–present).

*  ABC-CLIO World Music Series (2003–2007).

Editorial Board Membership(s)

   Ethnomusicology Forum (2017–present).

Peer-reviewed journal of the British Forum for Ethnomusicology.

Guest Reviewer for Refereed Journals

   Approaches: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Music Therapy (2017–present).

Approaches: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Music Therapy (formerly known as ‘Approaches: Music Therapy & Special Music Education’) is an open access peer-reviewed journal inviting diverse perspectives on music therapy practice, profession and discipline. As a Hellenic-English publication, Approaches fosters interdisciplinary dialogue bridging local and global aspects of music, health and wellbeing.

   Voices: A World Forum for Music Therapy (2014–present).

*  Asian Music (2007–present).

*  College Music Symposium (2007–present).

*  Ethnomusicology (2007–present).

*  The World of Music (2007–present).

*  Yearbook for Traditional Music (2007–present).

Reviewer for Textbooks

*  Soundscapes (2008–2011).

Reviewer or Panelist for Grant Applications

   American Council of Learned Societies (2017–present).

Member of Central Fellowships Committee, which convened at ACLS headquarters in New York in February 2018 and February 2019. Three-year term will carry through to February 2020.

   American Council of Learned Societies (2016–2017).

Member of professional fellowships review committee.

Service to Professional Associations

   Secretary, Board of Directors, Society for Ethnomusicology (2017–present).

   Member, International Advisory Board, British Forum for Ethnomusicology (2017–present).

   Co-Chair, Applied Ethnomusicology Section, Society for Ethnomusicology (2015–present).

*  Board of Advisors, Society for Ethnomusicology Southeast/Caribbean Chapter (1998–present).

   Chairperson, • Chair, National Association of Schools of Music (NASM) Undergraduate Curriculum Standards Review Committee of the Society for Ethnomusicology (SEM), Society for Ethnomusicology (2016).

   Report author, Report from the Society for Ethnomusicology on the 2015–2016 NASM Undergraduate Standards, Society for Ethnomusicology (2016).

   Committee Member, Stevenson Prize, Society for Ethnomusicology (2013–2015).

   Member, Program Committee, 2014 Annual Meeting (Pittsburgh), Society for Ethnomusicology (2013–2014).

*  Program Committee Chair, Society for Ethnomusicology Southeast/Caribbean Chapter (2008).

Service to Other Universities

*  External Reviewer, Tenure and Promotion, Multiple universities and colleges (2007–present).

The Community

*  Lecturer, clinician, workshop director, performer, ensemble director, Lectures, concerts, performances and workshops, fundraisers, and other service presentations for more than 100 local, visiting, national, and regional organizations and institutions, Multiple (2007–present).

Reviewer of book manuscripts, multiple academic presses

*  Bakan, M. B. (2007). Peer reviewer for Oxford University Press, Temple University Press, University of Chicago Press, University of Illinois Press, etc.

*   Professional activities that occurred prior to my last promotion review.

#   Professional activities that occurred prior to my employment at FSU.