CAROL SILVERMAN September 2016
Department of Anthropology (541) 346-5114 office
University of Oregon (541) 344-4519 home
Eugene OR 97403-1218 (541) 914-9771 cell
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1979 Ph.D. University of Pennsylvania. Department of Folklore and Folklife.
1974 M.A. University of Pennsylvania. Department of Folklore and Folklife.
1972 B.A. City College of New York.
HONORS AND AWARDS
Fellow, elected by American Folklore Society, 2014
Alan Merriam Book Prize for Romani Routes, Society for Ethnomusicology, 2013.
Faculty Excellence Award, University of Oregon, 2013.
FELLOWSHIPS AND GRANTS FOR RESEARCH
Provost's Senior Humanist Research Fellowship, Oregon Humanities Center, 2017
UO Global Oregon Faculty Research Travel Grant, May 2016
UO Selection for Summer National Endowment for the Humanities Summer Stipend, 2015
Faculty Research Award, University of Oregon, Summer 2014
Senior Fellowship, Centre for Excellence in the Humanities, Sofia University, Spring 2014
Summer Stipend for Humanities and Creative Arts Faculty, CAS, University of Oregon, 2012
John Simon Guggenheim Fellowship, 2011
Small Project Grant, Center for Intercultural Dialogue, Fall 2010
Oregon Humanities Center, Research Fellowship, Fall 2010, Winter 2002, Fall 1991
Travel Grant, Center for the Study of Women in Society 2013, 2010, 2007, 2000, 1994
Center for the Study of Women in Society, Research Grant, Winter 2009, Spring 2000, Spring 1991
Summer Faculty Research Award, University of Oregon, 2009, 2005, 1999, 1995, 1991,1986
Stanley Greenfield Library Grant, University of Oregon, Fall 2002
Open Society Institute, Budapest, Hungary, Research Grant, Fall 2001
International Research and Exchanges Board, Short-term Travel Grant, Bulgaria, August 1994
Social Science Seed Grant, University of Oregon, Winter 1993
Oregon Committee for the Humanities Chair's Grant, for the Symposium "New Political Cultures:
Economics, Gender and Society in Eastern Europe," November 1991
International Research and Exchanges Board Fellowship for Research in Yugoslavia, 1990
Fulbright CIES Fellowship for Research in Yugoslavia, April-August 1990 (declined)
United States Information Agency University Affiliations Grant, Hungary, September 1989
Oregon Committee for the Humanities Chair's Grant, May 1989
American Council of Learned Societies Fellowship, Joint Committee on Eastern Europe, 1988-1989
National Council for Soviet and East European Research Contract, 1988-1989
American Council of Learned Societies, International Travel Grant, Summer 1988
National Endowment for the Humanities, Fellowship for Independent Study and Research, 1986-1987
Center for Bulgaristics, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Research Grant, Sofia, Bulgaria, 1985
International Research and Exchanges Board, Slavonic Studies Seminar, Bulgaria, 1976 and 1985
TEACHING AWARDS AND CURRICULUM GRANTS
Robert and Evelyn Nelson Wulf
Professorship in the Humanities, Oregon Humanities Center, 2016-17
Women's and Gender Studies Program, Curriculum Grant, Summer 2002
Thomas F. Herman Faculty Achievement Award for Distinguished Teaching, 1996
Professor of the Month, The Mortar Board, University of Oregon, November 1994
Sherl Coleman-Margaret Guitteau Professorship in the Humanities, Oregon Humanities Center, 1993
Center for the Study of Women in Society, Curriculum Development Grants, 1984, 1990
Professor, Department of Anthropology, University of Oregon, September 2007-
Head, Department of Anthropology, University of Oregon, 2000-1, 2007-2010, 2011-2013
Associate Professor, Department of Anthropology, University of Oregon, 1989-2007
Core Faculty, Folklore Program, University of Oregon, 1980-
Director, Russian and East European Studies Program and Center, University of Oregon, 1991-1995
Assistant Professor, Department of Anthropology, University of Oregon, 1987-1989
Visiting Assistant Professor, Department of Anthropology and Folklore and Ethnic Studies Program, University of Oregon, 1981-1987
Visiting Assistant Professor, Folklore and Ethnic Studies Program, University of Oregon, 1980-1981 Instructor, Comparative History, Ideas and Cultures Program, SUNY Old Westbury, 1978-1979
Instructor, Department of Folklore and Folklife, University of Pennsylvania, 1975-1976
PUBLICATIONS (all peer-reviewed; all sole-authored)
submitted under contract Community Beyond Locality: Circuits of Transnational Macedonian Romani Music. In Routledge Companion to the Study of Local Musicking, eds. Kate Brucher and Suzel Reily. Routledge University Press.
submitted under contract Negotiating Gender, Community, and Ethnicity: Balkan Romani Transnational Weddings. In Music Mediating Differences: Diasporic Weddings in the US, ed. Inna Naroditskaya. Indiana University Press.
in press Between East and West, Folk and Pop, State and Market: Changing Landscapes of Bulgarian Folk Music. In Everyday Life in the Balkans, ed. David Montgomery. Indiana University Press.
in preparation Ethnicity Unbound: Conundrums of Culture in Roma Scholarship and Identity Politics. In The Roma and their Struggle for Identity in Contemporary Europe,
eds. Angela Kóczé & Huub van Baar.
2012 Romani Routes: Cultural Politics and Balkan Music in Diaspora (Oxford University Press).
2016 Romani Music: Theoretical Insights and European Policy Challenges. In Roma Culture: Myths and Realities, eds. Elena Marushiakova and Vesselin Popov. Munich: LINCOM Academic Publishers, pp. 127-142.
2016 Diasporic Ethnicity, Gender and Dance: Muslim Macedonian Roma in New York. In Oxford Handbook of Dance and Ethnicity, eds. Anthony Shay and Barbara Sellers-Young, Oxford University Press, pp. 160-181.
2015 Gypsy/Klezmer Dialectics: Jewish and Romani Traces and Erasures in Contemporary
European World Music. Ethnomusicology Forum 24(2):159-180.
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