Emily Hansell Clark

Emily Hansell Clark

Digital Humanities

Reprex B.V.

Emily Hansell Clark is a researcher of ethnomusicology, and she is interested in ethnicity, migration, memory, governance, difference, and selfhood. Her ongoing research project follows Javanese musicians in Suriname and the Netherlands. She helps editing our blog and helps build bridges between quantitative and qualitative research areas in music and digital humanities.

Education
  • PhD in Ethnomusicology, 2019

    Columbia University

  • MSIS Information Science, 2008

    University of Texas

  • BA in Ethnomusicology and Composition

    Oberlin College