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OLIVIER Emmanuelle

Emmanuelle Olivier is an ethnomusicologist, Senior Research Fellow at the CNRS (Georg Simmel Centre, CNRS-EHESS) and Lecturer at the School of Advanced Studies in the Social Sciences (EHESS Paris). Her work, based on in depth field surveys in West Africa for 20 years, focuses on musical creation in the global South. Her empirical research is accompanied by an analysis of the conditions of production of scientific discourse, as well as the issues and practices of ethnomusicology. From 2009 to 2012, E. Olivier directed the ANR project "Musical creation, circulation and identity market in a global context"(GLOBAMUS) and from 2013 to 2015, she was a member of the ANR project" From discomorphosis to the digitamorphosis. About the effects of the digital turn on the tastes morphology and the uses of music in the everyday life "(coord. P. Le Guern). In 2013-2014, she co-directed the project "Contemporary Art and Popular Music: Making of Work and Régimes of Authority " with Nicolas Donin (IRCAM), and since 2016 has been a member of the International Research Centre "Malian Reconfigurations: Cohesions, Territories and Development" (MaCoTer, IRD) based in Bamako. She is the author of several books and journal issues, including World music.

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