Dr Samuel Horlor
(email at firstname.lastname@example.org)
Samuel Horlor teaches in the Music Department in ethnomusicology and popular music studies. His doctoral work with the thesis Community in Chinese Street Music: Sound, Song and Social Life was completed in 2016, and he was an Early Career Fellow 2016-17 at the Institute of Musical Research.
Samuel’s recent work includes articles published in Ethnomusicology Forum, Asian Music and Journal of World Popular Music, and a co-edited issue of the journal Musicology Research on the theme of Geography, Music, Space.
He is also administrator for the Michael Ramsey Centre for Anglican Studies in Durham's Department of Theology and Religion.
- Popular music studies
- Chinese music
- Street performance
- Sound and space
- Horlor, Samuel & Williams, James (2018). Geography, Music, Space. Musicology Research, (4).
- Horlor, Samuel (2019). Neutralizing Temporary Inequities in Moral Status: Chinese Street Singers and the Gift Economy. Asian Music 50(2): 3-32.
- Horlor, Samuel (2019). Permeable Frames: Intersections of the Performance, the Everyday, and the Ethical in Chinese Street Singing. Ethnomusicology Forum
- Horlor, Samuel (2019). Popular Song Afterlives: Oral Transmission and Mundane Creativity in Street Performances of Chinese Pop Classics. Journal of World Popular Music 6(1): 10-31.