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Curriculum Vitae
Margaret R. Jackson
December 01, 2015

General Information
University address: Musicology
College of Music
Longmire 307
Florida State University
Tallahassee, Florida 32306-1180
Phone: (205) 218-7005

E-mail address: mrjackson@fsu.edu



Professional Preparation
2010 Ph.D., Florida State University. Major: Musicology. Ethnomusicology.
Jackson, Margaret R. (2010). The Poets of Duisburg: Hip-hop and Migrant Politics in the German Ruhr Valley. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, Florida State University.
2003 D.M., Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL. Major: Voice Performance.
Jackson, Margaret R. (2003). Workers Unite! The Political Songs of Hanns Eisler, 1926-1932. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL.
1997 M.M., Eastman School of Music, University of Rochester. Major: Vocal Performance and Literature. Performer's Certificate.
1993 B.A., Birmingham-Southern College. Major: German, Philosophy.

Nondegree Education and Training
2005 Deutsch Akademischer Austauschdienst Visiting Scholar.
1995 Rotary International Scholar, Ruprecht-Karls Universität (University of Heidelberg, Germany).

Professional Credential(s)
2004–present Certificate in World Music.
1997–present Performer's Certificate.

Professional Experience
2012–present Assistant Professor of Ethnomusicology, College of Music, Florida State University.
2007–2012 Assistant Professor, Ethnomusicology and Voice; Coordinator for Music History, Long School of Music, Troy University, Troy, Alabama.
2001–2004 Graduate Assistant in Ethnomusicology, Florida State University.
2001–2002 Graduate Assistant in Modern Languages, Florida State University.
1999–2001 Graduate Assistant in Voice, Florida State University.

Honors, Awards, and Prizes
First Year Assistant Professor Award, Florida State University (2013). ($20,000).

DAAD Group Study Grant (2012). ($13,000).

Troy University Faculty Paper Presentation Grant Recipient (2011). ($1,000).

Alabama State Council on the Arts Grant Recipient (2010). ($4,000).

Rotary International Group Study Exchange Team Member to Sweden (2010).

Troy University Faculty Paper Presentation Grant Recipient (2010). ($1,000).

Troy University Faculty Summer Research Grant (2010). ($4,500).

Troy University Faculty Paper Presentation Grant Recipient (2009). ($1,000).

Troy University Faculty Paper Presentation Grant Recipient (2008). ($1,000).

Florida State University Graduate Research and Creativity Award (2006).

Dale Olsen Prize for Outstanding Student Paper, Society for Ethnomusicology (2005).

Semi-finalist, Birmingham Opera Competition (2002).

Finalist, Premio Ciudad de Trujillo Voice Competition (1999).

Finalist, Suncoast Opera Guild Voice Competition (1999).

National Association of Teachers of German Graduate Award (1995).

Fellowship(s)
American Association of University Women, American Dissertation Fellowship (2006–2007).

Deutsch Akademischer Austauschdienst (DAAD) Dissertation Fellowship (2005–2006).



Current Membership in Professional Organizations
American Folklore Society

American Musicological Society

College Music Society

International Association for the Study of Popular Music

Internationale Gesellschaft für Musikforschung

Internationale Hanns Eisler Gesellschaft

National Association of Teachers of Singing

Society for Economic Anthropology

Society for Ethnomusicology, Popular Music Section and Music and Violence Special Interest Group

Teaching
Courses Taught
Seminar in Ethnomusicology (MUH 5581)

ADV SEMINAR IN ETHNO MUS (MUH6688)

Directed Individual Study (MUS6907)

Seminar in World Music Studies (MUH5587)

MUSIC AND THE BARBARIAN (IFS2099)

Music in World Cultures (MUH2051)

Honors Study (MUS4904)

MODERN POPULAR MUSIC (MUH2019)

ISSUES IN WORLD POPULAR MUSIC (MUS5939)

Advanced Seminar in Musicology II (MUH6688)

Music Cultures of the World-Music of Tribal and Folk Cultures (MUH2051)

Doctoral Seminar in Music and Violence (MUH 6688)

Applied Studio Voice - Graduate (MUH 6616)

Applied Studio Voice - Major (MUH 4416)

Applied Studio Voice - Major (MUH 3316)

Applied Studio Voice - Major (MUH 2216)

Applied Studio Voice - Non-major (MUH 1116)

Music in Germany - Study Abroad (MUH 4080)

Survey of Popular Music (MUH 4025)

Survey of Western Music History II (MUH 3331)

Survey of Western Music History I (MUH 3330)

World Music Lab (MUH 3025)

Master's Seminar - Music in the United States (MUH 5525)

Music in the 20th Century (MUH 3303)

Modern Popular Music (MUH 2019)

American Roots Music (MUH 3053)

Elementary German I

Elementary German II



New Course Development
Doctoral Seminar - Exploring Hip-hop Cultures in Post-reunification Germany (2015)

Music and the Barbarian - E-Series Course (2015)

Special Topics in Music - Approaches to Popular Music (2014)

Doctoral Seminar - Music and Violence (2013)

Seminar in Ethnomusicology - Revised (2013)

Seminar in World Music Cultures - Revised (2012)

World Music Lab (2011)

Survey of Western Music History II (2010)

Survey Western Music History I (2010)

Curriculum Development
FSU International Programs - Experience Germany! Study Abroad in Dresden (2015)

Troy University Germany Study Abroad Program - Dresden, Germany (2012)

Troy University Germany Study Abroad Program (2010)

Revision of Music History Curriculum, Troy University (2009)



Management of Multiple Course Sections
Music Cultures of the World (MUH 2051)

Doctoral Committee Chair
Hall, C. C. W., doctoral candidate.

Marrero, E., doctoral candidate.

Orr, C. C., doctoral student.

Vermilyea, C. P., doctoral student.



Doctoral Committee Member
Church, L. C., graduate. (2015).

DelCiampo, M. J., doctoral candidate.

Geer, A. B., doctoral candidate.

Gormandy, M. K., doctoral candidate.

Rosner, E., doctoral candidate.

Swan, S. D., doctoral candidate.

Strothers, S. R., doctoral candidate.

Master's Committee Chair
Medic, K. M., graduate. (2014).

Youngblood, F. K., graduate. (2013).

Grady, M., graduate. (2013).

Griffin, D., student.



Master's Committee Member
Carrico, A. H., graduate. (2014).

Jones, M. D., graduate. (2014).

Gormandy, M. K., graduate. (2013).

Grady, M. C., graduate. (2013).



Bishop, S., student.

Bachelor's Committee Chair
Falling, F., graduate. (2014). [Director of Honors Thesis]

Supervision of Student Research Not Related to Thesis or Dissertation
Orr, C. (2014).
Vermilyea, C. (2014).
Gormandy, M. (2013–14).

Research and Original Creative Work
Publications
Refereed Journal Articles
Jackson, M. (submitted). Battle Rap Deutschland: The Emergence of Nationalist Hip-Hop in Germany. Journal of the International Association for the Study of Popular Music. Manuscript submitted for publication, 23 pages.
Jackson, M. (submitted). Black Like Me – Hip-hop and the Negotiation of Kanak Identity in the German Ruhr Valley. Journal of Popular Music. Manuscript submitted for publication, 24 pages.
Jackson, M. (submitted). Rapping from the Right: Hip-hop and Ethnic Politics in the Urban Ruhr. Journal of Urban Cultural Studies. Manuscript submitted for publication, 20 pages.
Jackson, M. R. (2008). A Friend of Operetta – an Interview with Pulitzer Prize Winner Robert Ward. Journal of Singing, Vol. 64, 22-31.

Refereed Monographs
Jackson, M. (submitted). Battle Rap Germany: Migrants, Neo-Nationalists, and (re)Birth of a Nation. Manuscript submitted for publication.

Invited Encyclopedia Entries
Jackson, M. R. (2013). Afrika Bambaataa. In The Grove Dictionary of American Music, 2nd edition. New York: Oxford University Press.
Jackson, M. R. (2013). Chuck D. In The Grove Dictionary of American Music, 2nd edition. New York: Oxford University Press.
Jackson, M. R. (2013). DJ Q-Bert. In The Grove Dictionary of American Music, 2nd edition. New York: Oxford University Press.
Jackson, M. R. (2013). Henry Gray. In The Grove Dictionary of American Music, 2nd edition. New York: Oxford University Press.
Jackson, M. R. (2013). Jay-Z. In The Grove Dictionary of American Music, 2nd edition. New York: Oxford University Press.
Jackson, M. R. (2013). Nas. In The Grove Dictionary of American Music, 2nd edition. New York: Oxford University Press.
Jackson, M. R. (2013). Otis Rush. In The Grove Dictionary of American Music, 2nd edition. New York: Oxford University Press.
Jackson, M. R. (2013). Public Enemy. In The Grove Dictionary of American Music, 2nd edition. New York: Oxford University Press.
Jackson, M. R. (2013). Son House. In The Grove Dictionary of American Music, 2nd edition. New York: Oxford University Press.
Jackson, M. R. (2013). Tupac Shakur. In The Grove Dictionary of American Music, 2nd edition. New York: Oxford University Press.
Jackson, M. R. (2011). Leadbelly. In Great African Americans of the Twentieth Century. Pasadena, CA: Salem Press.
Jackson, M. R. (2011). Lionel Hampton. In Great African Americans of the Twentieth Century. Pasadena, CA: Salem Press.
Jackson, M. R. (2010). Honi Coles. In The Forties in America. Pasadena, CA: Salem Press.
Jackson, M. R. (2010). The Socialist Workers Party. In The Forties in America. Pasadena, CA: Salem Press.
Jackson, M. R. (2009). Bo Diddley. In Musicians and Composers of the Twentieth Century. Pasadena, CA: Salem Press.
Jackson, M. R. (2009). Johnny Otis. In Musicians and Composers of the Twentieth Century. Pasadena, CA: Salem Press.
Jackson, M. R. (2009). Otis Rush. In Musicians and Composers of the Twentieth Century. Pasadena, CA: Salem Press.

Refereed Reviews
Jackson, M. (2014). "Searching for Sugarman" (film review). Ethnomusicology, Vol. 58, No. 1, 181-184.

Presentations
Invited Papers at Conferences
Jackson, M. (accepted). Battle Rap Deutschland: The Emergence of National Socialist Hip-Hop in Germany. Paper to be presented at International Conference on Media and Popular Culture, European Centre for Research in the Social Sciences and Humanities, London, UK. (International)
Jackson, M. (presented 2015). Rapping from the Right: Hip-hop and Ethnic Politics in the Urban Ruhr. Paper presented at Second International Conference on Identity Studies, Centre for Research in the Social Sciences and Humanities, Vienna, Austria. (International)
Jackson, M. (presented 2014). Doener Murders, German Schoolyards, and the Emergence of National Socialist Hip-Hop. Paper presented at Society for Ethnomusicology International Meeting, Society for Ethnomusicology, Pittsburgh, PA. (International)
Jackson, M. (presented 2014). Hip-hop ist Scheiβe! National Socialist Hip-Hop and Global Racial Politics. Paper presented at Society for American Music National Conference, Society for American Music, Lancaster, PA. (National)
Jackson, M. R. (presented 2012). Fieldwork and Interdisciplinary Collaboration in Contemporary Germany: Three Perspectives. Paper presented at German Studies Association National Conference, German Studies Association, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. (International)
Jackson, M. R. (presented 2011). The Code of the Street: Hip-hop Performativity among the Sons of Gastarbeiter. Paper presented at The Society for Ethnomusicology International Conference, The Society for Ethnomusicology, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. (International)
Jackson, M. R. (presented 2011). The DDR-era Lieder of Hanns Eisler and Paul Dessau. Paper presented at The American Musicological Society Annual Conference, The American Musicological Society, San Francisco, California. (International)
Jackson, M. R. (presented 2011). The Poets of Duisburg: Risk and Musical Responses to Violence in a German Inner City. Paper presented at the meeting of The American Folklore Society National Conference, Bloomington, Indiana. (National)
Jackson, M. R. (presented 2010). Revolutionizing the Curriculum: Popular Music Studies in the American Academy. Paper presented at The Place and Purpose of Popular Music in Higher Education Conference, The Institute of Contemporary Music Performance in London, England, London, England. (International)
Jackson, M. R. (presented 2010). We Are Not Social Workers! Squaring Hip-hop Aesthetics and Sub-cultural Kanak Cool in Inner-city German Youth Centers. Paper presented at the meeting of The Society for Ethnomusicology National Conference, The University of California, Los Angeles, California. (National)
Jackson, M. R. (presented 2009). 'We are all Kanaken.' Hip-hop Politics in the German Ruhrgebiet. Paper presented at the meeting of International Association for the Society of Popular Music, University of California, San Diego. (International)
Jackson, M. R. (presented 2008). Libby Larsen's Songs from Letters. Paper presented at the meeting of Alabama Music Educator's Association, University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, Alabama. (State)
Jackson, M. R. (presented 2008). Representing the Ruhrpott: Hip-hop, Migrants, and the Story of a Struggling German City. Paper presented at the meeting of International Association for the Study of Popular Music Annual Conference, Brock University, St. Catharines, Ontario, Canada. (International)
Jackson, M. R., & Yang, H. (presented 2008). An Examination of Taiwanese Art Songs – from Pedagogy to Performance." Lecture/Recital. Paper presented at National Conference, College Music Society, Atlanta, Georgia. (National)
Jackson, M. R., & Yang, H. (presented 2008). Tones, Language, and Music: The Role of Tonal Inflection in Taiwanese Art Songs. Paper presented at the meeting of The Society for Ethnomusicology National Conference, Wesleyan University, Middletown, Connecticut. (National)
Jackson, M. R. (presented 2005). Black Like We: Contextualizing Hip-hop in Germany's Turkish Communities. Paper presented at Regional Conference, Society for Ethnomusicology Southeast Caribbean Chapter (SEMSEC), North Carolina State University, Raleigh, North Carolina. (Regional)
Jackson, M. R. (presented 2004). The Poisonous Idyll: Hanns Eisler and the Hollywood Songbook. Paper presented at National Conference, The Society for American Music, Cleveland, Ohio. (National)

Invited Lectures and Readings of Original Work
Jackson, M. (2015). Consuming the Nation - Colonizing the Soundscape in Contemporary German Cities. Delivered at University of Alabama - Birmingham. (State)
Jackson, M. (2015). Consuming the Nation - Colonizing the Soundscape in Contemporary German Cities. Delivered at Georgia State University. (State)

Performances
Invited Performances
Jackson, M. R. (Vocalist). (2011). Chamber works of Enrique Granados [Solo Recital]. Vancouver, Canada: Whistler Music Festival.
Jackson, M. R. (Vocalist). (2011). Chamber works of Traci Mendel [Solo Recital]. Los Angeles, California: International Clarinet Festival.
Jackson, M. R. (Vocalist). (2011). Faculty Recital Series [Solo Recital]. Hattiesburg, Mississippi: William Carey College.
Jackson, M. R. (Vocalist). (2011). Troy University New Music Concert Series. [Origination of the work by Brian Ferneyhough]. Troy University.
Jackson, M. R. (Featured Soloist). (2010). Southeastern United States Annual Choral Festival. Troy University.
Jackson, M. R. (Featured Soloist). (2010). Troy University Sounds of the Season Concert. Troy University.
Jackson, M. R. (Featured Soloist). (2009). Celebration of the Season. Montgomery Symphony Orchestra.
Jackson, M. R. (Featured Soloist). (2009). Southeastern United States Annual Choral Festival. Troy University.
Jackson, M. R. (Vocalist). (2009). Troy University Faculty Recital Series. [Origination of the work by Brian Ferneyhough and John Harbison]. Troy University.
Jackson, M. R. (Featured Soloist). (2009). Troy University Sounds of the Season Concert. Troy University.
Jackson, M. R. (Vocalist). (2008). "From Beethoven to Broadway". Troy University Davis Theatre Concert Series.
Jackson, M. R. (Vocalist). (2008). Songs from Letters. [Origination of the work by Libby Larsen]. Alabama Music Educators Annual Conference.
Jackson, M. R. (Featured Soloist). (2008). Southeastern United States Annual Choral Festival. Troy University.
Jackson, M. R. (Vocalist). (2008). The Call. [Origination of the work by Stephen Melillo]. Southeastern United States Honor Band.
Jackson, M. R. (Vocalist). (2008). Troy University Faculty Recital Series [Solo Recital]. [Origination of the work by Richard Strauss, Dominick Argento, Arthur Bliss]. Troy University.
Jackson, M. R. (Featured Soloist). (2008). Troy University Sounds of the Season Concert. Troy University.
Jackson, M. R. (Vocalist). (2007). Troy University Faculty Recital Series [Solo Recital]. [Origination of the work by Charles Ives, Fernando Obradors, Leonard Bernstein]. Troy University.
Jackson, M. R. (Featured Soloist). (2007). Troy University Sounds of the Season Concert. Troy University.
Jackson, M. R. (Solo Recital). (2006). Faculty Recital Series. Tulane University.

Contracts and Grants
Contracts and Grants Funded
Jackson, Margaret R. (PI). (May 2013–Aug 2013). FYAP: Kanaks in the Leitkultur: an Examination of Hip-hop Education in Community Youth Programs of Northern Rhine Westphalia. Funded by FSU CRC. Total award $20,000.
Jackson, M. (May 2012–Jul 2012). German Academic Exchange Service - Group Study Grant. Funded by DAAD - German Academic Exchange Service. Total award $12,000.

Service
Florida State University
FSU University Service
Committee Member, Liberal Studies Board (2013–present).

FSU College Service
Committee Member, Search - Assistant Professor of Voice (two positions) (2013–2014).

FSU Department Service
Committee Member, Search - Lecturer in Online World Music Instruction (2013–2014).

The Profession
Reviewer or Panelist for Grant Applications
Deutsch Akademischer Austauschdienst - DAAD (2015–2016).
Deutsch Akademischer Austauschdienst - DAAD (2014–2015).
Deutsch Akademischer Austauschdienst - DAAD (2013–2014).
Deutsch Akademischer Austauschdienst (DAAD) (2011–2012).

Service to Professional Associations
Advisory Council Member, Ethnomusicology, College Music Society (2014–present).
Chairperson, Music and Violence Special Interest Group, Society for Ethnomusicology (2012–present).
Lise Waxer Prize Selection Committee, Society for Ethnomusicology (2010–present).
Secretary, National Student Concerns Committee (2003–2005).
Student Representative, Southeastern and Caribbean Chapter (2001–2002).

Service to Other Universities
Director, Troy University Summer Music History Institute in Germany (2012).
Faculty Research Council, Troy University (2010–2012).
Director, Troy University Summer Music History Institute in Germany (2010–2012).
Electronic Learning Committee, Long School of Music (2009–2012).
125th Anniversary Committee, Troy University (2010–2011).

Reviewer - Monograph
Jackson, M. (2015). Monograph review. Oxford University Press.


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