David Verbuč, M.A., Ph.D.

David Verbuč, M.A., Ph.D.


David Verbuč earned his Ph.D. in ethnomusicology at UC Davis, USA (2014). His dissertation, ‘Living Publicly’: House Shows, Alternative Venues, and the Value of Place and Space for American DIY Communities, is an anthropological study of DIY music venues, scenes, and communities in the US. Before starting his graduate studies in 2008, he worked as a music journalist for various Slovenian media (Radio Študent, Ljubljana, Nova Muska, Mladina, Odzven). In 2008, he issued a double CD of his own field recordings of songs from the villages of Upper Savinja Valley in North Slovenia (Gorših ljudi na svetu ni: terenski posnetki ljudskih pesmi iz Zgornje Savinjske doline / There are No Finer People in the World: Field Recordings of Folk Songs from the Upper Savinja Valley). David is currently employed as an assistant professor at the Faculty of Humanities, Charles University, Prague, in the Czech Republic.


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Classes


YBA165  Music and youth cultures


YBA166  History of rock music


YBA167  Introduction to musics of the world


YBA175  Music, culture, and technology


YBA 194 History of Jazz


YBA201 Anthropology of music: fieldwork and ethnography seminar


YBE009 Introduction to cultural anthropology


YMA337 Music and place/space: music venues, geographies, and social spaces


YMA356 Ethnomusicology of Western Art Music


Summer schools


Music and Youth Cultures: Between Global and Local/Czech (see here)

Music in socialism and postsocialism (see here)


Publications


2017. “’Houses Provide a Spatial Backbone for Virtually Everything We Do’: An Anthropological Study of DIY (“do-it-yourself”) House Shows in the US.” In Keep it Simple, Make it Fast! An Approach to Underground Scenes. Volume 3. Guerra, Paula, and Tânia Moreira, eds. Porto, Portugal: University of Porto, Faculty of Arts and Humanities, 13–24.

(http://www.kismifconference.com/en/2017/05/11/kismif-conference-2016-book-proceedings-2/).


2016. "Prostor, družbena bližina in intimna skupnost v ameriških neodvisnih glasbenih kulturah." Glasnik Slovenskega etnološkega društva 56/1-2: 37-52.


2015. “Fans or Friends?: Local/Translocal Dialectics of DIY (‘do-it-yourself’) Touring and DIY Community in the US.” Lidé města / Urban People, 17/2: 221-246 (http://www.urbanpeople.cz/archiv/cisla/17,-2015,-2/).


2014. 'Living publicly': House Shows, Alternative Venues, and the Value of Place and Space within American DIY Communities. Unpublished PhD dissertation. University of California, Davis.


2013. “From Text to Context: Performance Events in Primož.” In Trapped in Folklore: Studies in Music and Dance Tradition and Their Contemporary Transformations. Kunej, Drago and Sivic, Ursa (eds). Berlin: LIT Verlag, 41–62.


2009. “Contemporary Musical Peasant Traditions in Primož, Slovenia, and the Notion of 'National Heritage'.” In Voices of the Weak: Music and Minorities. Prague: Slovo21 + Faculty of Humanities of Charles University Prague.


2008. Gorših ljudi na svetu ni: terenski posnetki ljudskih pesmi iz Zgornje Savinjske doline / There are No Finer People in the World: Field recordings of folk songs from the Upper Savinja Valley (Knjižnica/Library of Mozirje). Audio CD. Author of field recordings, producer, and author of liner notes (see http://gorsihljudi.blogspot.com).













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