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UW Ethnomusicology Archives: Karine Schomer Field Recordings

The UW Eth­no­mu­si­col­ogy Archives has been col­lecting and curating unique ethnographic music recordings, films, and video since 1962.

Karine Schomer Field Recordings

 

About Karine Schomer 

Karine Schomer is a cross cultural management consultant with extensive experience in executive management and senior leadership. She holds a PhD in South Asian Studies from the University of Chicago. She served 10 years on the faculty of UC Berkeley. She has lived and worked in India for many years, and is fluent in a number of Indian languages. She is a frequent speaker on the issues of integrating Indian and US businesses and offers online workshops and training seminars around the world. 

Karine Schomer portrait photograph

source: indiapractice.com

Collection Overview

World Map with India highlighted

The Karine Schomer Collection includes field recordings made by Schomer in North India. The recordings feature the Hindu oral epic Alha. 

Text sources: indiapractice.com

Title image sources (left to right): hbr.org, montalvoarts.org, thegrowingupguide.com, bizjournals.com, pragyata.com

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