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David Verbuč, M.A., Ph.D.

David Verbuč, M.A., Ph.D.

David Verbuč (1975) completed the doctoral study program in ethnomusicology at the University of California, Davis in the USA. His dissertation, “Living Publicly”: House Shows, Alternative Venues, and the Value of Place and Space for American DIY Communities (2014), is an anthropological study of do-it-yourself (DIY) communities, their music events and scenes in the United States. Before beginning his Masters’ studies in 2008 he worked as a music journalist for different media outlets in Slovenia (Radio Študent, Ljubljana, Nova Muska, Mladina, Odzven). In 2008 he issued a double CD of his own field recordings in the Savinja Valley regions of northern Slovenia (Gorših ljudi na svetu ni: terenski posnetki ljudskih pesmi iz Zgornje Savinjske doline / There are No Finer People in the World: Field Recordings of Folk Songs from the Upper Savinja Valley). He currently works as an assistant professor at Charles University’s Faculty of Humanities.


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