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Elyse Carter Vosen, Ph.D. (University of Pennsylvania) in Anthropology of Music teaches cultural anthropology, social and cultural theory, migration theory, postcolonial literature, and courses on music, dance, gender, and popular culture. She directs the Oreck-Alpern Interreligious Forum, a College-community partnership which promotes respect, understanding and peace among the diverse spiritual communities of the region through dialogue, service, and collaborative projects and events. She is also advisor to United for Africa, a student organization engaging with the politics, culture, and global impact of the African continent and diaspora. She has recently authored an article on Ojibwe Music for the New Grove Dictionary of American Music (2013), a chapter on four generations of North American indigenous protest music in The Routledge History of Social Protest in Popular Music (2013), and chapter in Music and Modernity among First Peoples of North America (forthcoming, 2015)