Louise Meintjes
  • Louise Meintjes

  • Associate Professor
  • Cultural Anthropology
  • 072 Mary Duke Biddle, Durham, NC 27708
  • Campus Box 90665
  • Phone: (919) 660-3339
  • Fax: (919) 660-3301
  • Homepage
  • Selected Publications

      • L Meintjes.
      • (2003).
      • Sound of Africa!: Making Music Zulu in a South African Studio.
      • Duke University Press.
      • T Porcello, L Meintjes, AM Ochoa and DW Samuels.
      • (2010).
      • The Reorganization of the Sensory World.
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      • 51-66.
      • [web]
      • DW Samuels, L Meintjes, AM Ochoa and T Porcello.
      • (2010).
      • Soundscapes: Toward a Sounded Anthropology.
      • ANNUAL REVIEW OF ANTHROPOLOGY, VOLUME 39
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      • 329-345.
      • [web]
      • L Meintjes.
      • (2004).
      • Shoot the Sergeant, Shatter the Mountain: The production of masculinity in Zulu Ngoma Song and Dance in post Apartheid South Africa.
      • Ethnomusicology Forum
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      • 13
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      • 173-201.
      • (Also appears as ”Maten al soldado: música y negociación de conflicto en Sudáfrica” translated by Ana Maria Ochoa Gautier in Revista Transcultural de Música/Transcultural Music Review 10 (2006).)
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  • Specialties

    • Africa
    • Popular Culture
  • Education

      • Ph.D.,
      • Anthropology,
      • University of Texas at Austin,
      • 1997
      • Ph.D.,
      • University of Texas at Austin,
      • 1996
      • Masters of Music,
      • Music,
      • University of Texas at Austin,
      • 1989
      • M.Mus.,
      • University of Texas at Austin,
      • 1988
      • Hons-B.Mus (cum laude),
      • Musicology,
      • University of Stellenbosch,
      • 1983
      • B. Mus (cum laude),
      • Uninversity of Stellenbosch,
      • 1982
      • B.Mus.,
      • University of Stellenbosch (South Africa),
      • 1982
  • Awards, Honors and Distinctions

      • Fellow,
      • National Humanities Center,
      • January 2007
      • Frederick Burkhardt Residential Fellows,
      • American Council of Learned Societies,
      • January 2007
      • Frederick Burkhard Fellowship for Recently Tenured Scholars,
      • ACLS,
      • 2007
      • Nadia and Nicholas Nahumck Fellowship,
      • Society for Ethnomusicology,
      • 2006
      • Jaap Kunst Prize,
      • Society for Ethnomusicology,
      • January 2005
      • Finalist, best research in recorded popular music, for Sound of Africa! Making Music Zulu in a South African Studio (Duke University Press, 2003).,
      • Association for Recorded Sound Collections Awards of Excellence,
      • January 2004
      • Thomas Langford Lecture Award for recently tenured faculty,
      • Duke University,
      • 2004
      • Finalist, ARSC Award for Excellence: Best Research in Recorded Popular Music, for Sound of Africa! Making Music Zulu in a South African Studio,
      • 0 2004
      • Andrew W. Mellon Assistant Professor of Music,
      • Duke University,
      • 2001/02
      • Rockefeller Fellowship,
      • Institute on Violence, Culture and Survival, Virginia Foundation for the Humanities. Declined.,
      • 2001/02
      • Rockefeller Fellowship in the Black Performing Arts,
      • Stanford Humanities Center,
      • 2001/02
      • Rockefeller Resident Fellowship (Gender-Race-Ethnicity: Re-articulating the Local and the Global). Declined.,
      • Institute for Research on Women, Rutgers University,
      • 2001/02
      • Carly Hunt Individual Research Grant,
      • Wenner-Gren Foundation for Anthropological Research,
      • 2000
      • Charlotte Newcombe Dissertation Fellowship,
      • Woodrow Wilson Foundation,
      • 1994/95
      • Dissertation Fellowship,
      • College of Liberal Arts, University of Texas at Austin,
      • 1994/95
      • Zora Neal Hurston Fellowship,
      • African Humanities Institute, Northwestern University,
      • 1994/95
      • Doctoral Prestige Scholarship,
      • Human Sciences Research Council, South Africa,
      • 1992/93, renewed 1993-1995
      • Research Grant,
      • National Science Foundation,
      • 1991/92
      • Predoctoral Grant,
      • Wenner-Gren Foundation for Anthropological Research,
      • 1990/91
      • Charles Seeger Award,
      • Society of Ethnomusicology,
      • 1988/89
      • Fulbright Scholarship,
      • 1984
      • Harry Crossley Grant,
      • South Africa,
      • 1984/85, renewed 1986-1991
  • Teaching

    • CULANTH 222S.01
      • SOUND IN SOCIAL LIFE
      • White 201
      • MW 10:05 AM-11:20 AM
    • CULANTH 727S.01
      • DISSERTATION WRITERS' WORKSHOP
      • Friedl Bdg 118
      • M 03:05 PM-05:35 PM
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