Dr. Miranda L. Crowdus

Dr. Miranda L. Crowdus

Wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin
Musikethnologie, Musikwissenschaft, Jüdische Studien,
Kulturwissenschaft, Genderforschung, Popularmusikforschung

Kontakt: T. 0511-3100-7123
E-mail: Miranda L. Crowdus


  • 2007: BMUS Music History, School of Music, University of Louisville
    (Louisville, KY, USA)
  • 2010: MA Historical Musicology, School of Music, Bangor University
    (Bangor, Wales, UK)
  • 2012: MPhil Musicology, Faculty of Music, University of Cambridge
    (Cambridge, UK)
  • 2015: PhD Ethnomusicology, City University London
    (London, UK; viva passed 06.07.2015)


  • 2010: Visiting Lecturer, Faculty of Humanities, University of Louisville
    (Louisville, KY, USA)
  • 2013: Conference Organizer, Centre for Music Studies, City University London (London, UK)
  • 2011–2014: Postgraduate Student Teacher, Centre for Music Studies, City University London (London, UK)
  • 2014–2015: Visiting Lecturer, Department of History and Archaeology, University of Chester (Chester, UK)
  • seit Februar 2016: Wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin am EZJM
  • 2017: Visiting Lecturer, Faculty of Humanities, Charles University, Prague
  • 2019: Research Fellow in Jewish Studies, Fordham University-NYPL


  • Crowdus, Miranda: Deviance, Polyvalence and Musical 'Third Space': Negotiating Boundaries of Jewishness at Palestinian Hip Hop Performances, in: Diemling, M. and Ray, L. (Eds.): Boundaries, Identity and Belonging in Modern Judaism, Routledge 2015.
  • Crowdus, Miranda: Review of Ethnographic Encounters in Israel: Poetics and Ethics of Fieldwork. Routledge (Jewish Culture and History) 2014.
  • Crowdus, Miranda: Review of Jewish Contiguities and the Soundtrack of Israeli History. Routledge (Jewish Culture and History) 2016.
  • Crowdus, Miranda: Hip Hop in Urban Borderlands: Music-Making and Intercultural Dynamics on the Margins of the Jewish State. Bern: Peter Lang 2018.
  • Crowdus, Miranda: ‘Rescuing a Nearly-Lost Liturgical Tradition: Synagogue Music of the Romaniote Jews in Greece’. The Journal of Synagogue Music. March 2019.
  • Crowdus, Miranda: ‘Cultural Sustainability as a Relational Concept in the Performance of Jewish Music’ in Jewish Cultural Heritage and Cultural Sustainability. Bern: Peter Lang 2019.
  • Forthcoming (2020): Crowdus, Miranda: ‘Blackness, Mizrahi Identity and Ethnic Shifting in Contemporary Israeli Popular Music’ in Selected Racial Boundaries: The Social Life of Blackness in Israel. Dorchin, U. and Djerrahian, Gabriella (eds).
  • Forthcoming (2021): Crowdus, Miranda: ‘Popular Music in the Jewish Diaspora’ in The Oxford Handbook of Global Popular Music. Kruger Bridge, Simone (ed.) Oxford: Oxford University Press.

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Informationen zu den Lehrveranstaltungen finden Sie im Vorlesungsverzeichnis der HMTMH.


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