Research Title: Turkish Classical Music Choirs: Contesting Subjecthood, Community, and Nation
Ms. Wozniak is a PhD candidate in Ethnomusicology at Harvard University who writes about discursive and material constructions of kinship and the state. She is currently researching how the concept of discipline has shaped Turkish civil society through examining Turkish classical music choirs in the country and its diaspora. She has published academic and journalistic writing in Urban People, Applied Linguistics Review, Georgetown Journal of Asian Affairs, China Dialogue, TimeOut Hong Kong, and ABC News. Wozniak is also an accomplished violinist and performer of Western and Turkish classical music. Her publications and performances can be found at www.audreywoz.com.
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