Jillian Marshall Resume
Musicology
Location: New York, NY, USA
University: Cornell University
Major: Musicology

Jillian Marshall Resume

Dr. Jillian Marshall, PhD Resume // May 2019

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Education

2018 Doctor of Philosophy in Musicology, Cornell University

- Liner Notes: Aesthetics of Capitalism and Resistance in Contemporary Japanese Music, Dissertation

2014 Master of Arts in Musicology, Cornell University
2012 Certificate in Advanced Japanese, Kyoto Consortium for Japanese Studies (KCJS) @ Dōshisha University, Kyoto, Japan
2009 Bachelor of Arts in East Asian Languages and Civilizations, University of Chicago, with Honors
2007 Certificate in Advanced Chinese language, Princeton in Beijing @ Beijing Normal University 北京师范大学

Experience

2019 Japanese language instructor, SSHH Gallery, Manhattan, NY
2019 Chinese and Japanese language instructor, Fluent City, Brooklyn, NY
2018-present Server, New Corner Restaurant, Brooklyn, New York
2018 Adjunct Professor/Course Designer, Music 304: Introduction to Ethnomusicology and Music 111: Music of Asia, Binghamton University, Binghamton, NY
- created and implemented an improvisatory syllabus structure, and websites for easy student access to course materials
- <http://music304bu.wordpress.com>
- <http://music111.wordpress.com>


2015-2016 Instructor/Course Designer, Music 1701: From Zen to J-pop (^o^)/ Japanese Society through Music

- created course website for easy student access to course material
- <http://zentojpop.wordpress.com>
2013 Volunteer, Women’s Opportunity Center, Ithaca, New York

2009-2011 English instructor, Nandan and Nushima Junior High Schools, Japan, with the JET (Japan Exchange and Teaching) Programme
2008 Student Counselor, Chicago Vocational and Technical High School, Chicago, Illinois

Selected Awards and Fellowships

2014-2015 Fellow, Fulbright Foundation with Music Television (Fulbright-mtvU Fellowship)
2013-2014 Foreign Language and Area Studies fellowship (FLAS), with specialization on Japan, United States Department of State

Selected Presentations, Interviews, + Guest Lectures

2018 Interview, Amplify Bing! Student Radio Station, Binghamton University, WHRW 90.5fm

2018 Guest Lecture, Music 2330: Music in and of East Asia, “Sun Ra/Free Jazz’s Influence on Underground Tokyo,” Cornell University

2016 Presentation, “Singing Along Together, and Other Daydreams: Unison as Socio-Cultural Performance in J-pop,” Columbia Music Scholarship Conference, Columbia University

2016 Presentation, “Sounding Resistance: Music and Society in Late Capitalist Japan,” Southeast Conference of the Association for Asian Studies (SEC/AAS), James Madison University

2015 Presentation, “The Question of Genre in Contemporary Japanese Music,” the Society for Ethnomusicology (SEM) Annual Conference, University of Texas at Austin

2015 Presentation, “All About Japan,” Senior CommUnity Care senior living center, Raleigh, NC

2014 Presentation, “Japanese Popular Music and Identity,” Fulbright Japan holiday party, United States Embassy, Tokyo, Japan

2014 Presentation, “Residual Angst of the Lost Empire: Performance of the Postwar in J-pop,” School of Pacific and Asian Studies Graduate Conference, University of Hawai’i at Manoa, Honolulu

2014 Guest Lecture, Music 2302/American Studies 2303: Music and Diplomacy, “East Asian Pop Culture and National Identity: Linking Music and Society,” and “Can K-pop Save Korea-Japan Relations?” Cornell University

Selected Publications and Writing

2019 Real Talk with Doctor X, Issue 01: Suicide on College Campuses (self-published)

2018 Liner Notes: Aesthetics of Capitalism and Resistance in Contemporary Japanese Music, Dissertation Thesis

2015 Translator (Japanese to English), deBary, Brett, Lee Chonghwa, Rebecca Jennison, editors, Still Hear the Wound: Toward an Asia, Politics, and Art to Come (Honolulu: University of Hawai’i Press, 2015)

2014-2015 Fulbright-mtvU fellowship blog, <www.fulbright.mtvu.com/jmarshall>

Music and Dance

2019 Pianist, Sing for Hope organization, New York City

2018 Organizer and DJ, “study break” dance party (vol. 2) for suicide awareness and prevention, Binghamton University
- sponsored by Mu Phi Epsilon International Music Professional Fraternity

2018 Piano, Music of Domenico Scarlatti, Telluride House, Cornell University

2018 Organizer/DJ, “study break” dance party for stress relief, Cornell University

2017 DJ, Socore Factory nightclub, Osaka, Japan

2017 DJ, MNSKTM lounge, Osaka, Japan

2017 Piano, Music of Leos Janacek, Midday Music Concert Series, Cornell University, USA

2017 DJ, Forestlimit nightclub and art space, Tokyo, Japan

2016 Organizer/Performer (piano), Peripheral Encounters: Classical → Contemporary → Underground experimental music concert series
- performances at Willard Straight Hall @ Cornell, LOT10 Lounge and the Carriage House Café in Ithaca, NY, and ISSUE Project Room in Brooklyn, NY

2015- Dancer, Nishimonai Obon Festival of the Dead (西馬音内盆踊り), Ugo, Akita Prefecture, Japan

2013 Trumpet, “Three Songs for Trumpet Without Words” (world premiere), Charles Cacciopo Doctor of Musical Arts recital, Cornell University

2004 Trumpet, with Trey Anastasio at Carnegie Hall, New York City

teacher, musician, writer, educator