Other important publications
Frishkopf, Michael. "Aesthetics, Creativity, and Mysticism: An Investigation of Three Modes of Consciousness", Zygon: Journal of Religion and Science. 54(4), December 2019.
Jayarathne, Isuru, Michael Cohen, Michael Frishkopf, and Gregory Mulyk. 2019. “Relaxation ‘Sweet Spot’ Exploration in Pantophonic Musical Soundscape Using Reinforcement Learning.” In Proceedings of the 24th International Conference on Intelligent User Interfaces: Companion, 55–56. IUI ’19. New York, NY, USA: ACM.
Frishkopf, Michael. “Aesthetics, Emotion, and Social Solidarity in the Eʋe Kinka Funeral.” In Death and Creative Instinct: Some Mortuary Arts and Acts from Africa and the Diaspora, edited by Chuu Krydz Ikwuemesi. Berlin: Galda Verlag.
Rasmussen, Anne K., Angela Impey, Rachel Beckles Willson, Ozan Aksoy, Denise Gill, and Michael Frishkopf. 2019. “Call and Response: SEM President’s Roundtable 2016, ‘Ethnomusicological Responses to the Contemporary Dynamics of Migrants and Refugees.’” Ethnomusicology 63 (2): 279–314.
Frishkopf, Michael. "Forging Transnational Actor Networks through Participatory Action Research: Responsibility to Protect via Musical Rehumanisation in Post-War Liberia". World of Music.
Frishkopf, Michael. Paralinguistic Ramification of Language Performance in Islamic Ritual, Yale Journal of Music and Religion, Vol. 4, No. 1, 2018.
Frishkopf, Michael and Federico Spinetti, editors. Music, Sound, and Architecture in Islam, (University of Texas Press, 2018).
M. Frishkopf, D.Zakus, S.Abu, H.Hamze, M.Alhassan, I.A.Zukpeni. "Traditional Music as a Sustainable Social Technology for Community Health Promotion in Africa: “Singing and Dancing for Health” in Rural Northern Ghana." Annals of Global Health, Volume 83, Issue 1, January–February 2017, Page 38
Frishkopf, Michael. Popular Music as Public Health Technology: Music for Global Human Development and “Giving Voice to Health” in Liberia. Journal of Folklore Research, Vol. 54, No. 1-2, Music and Global Health (January/August 2017), pp. 41-86.
Frishkopf, Michael, Michael Cohen, and Rasika Ranaweera. Curating Ethnomusicology in Cyberworlds for Ethnomusicological Research. "World Music in Wonderland". Ethnologies, special issue: Exhibiting Soundscapes, edited by Marcia Ostashewski and Michael Frishkopf. 37(1), 2017.
Frishkopf, Michael, David Zakus, Hasan Hamze, Mubarak Alhassan, Ibrahim Abukari Zukpeni, Sulemana Abu. 2016 Traditional Music as a Sustainable Social Technology for Community Health Promotion in Africa: “Singing and Dancing for Health” in Rural Northern Ghana. Legon Journal of the Humanities, special issue: Music, Health and Wellbeing: African Perspectives, edited by Florian Carl and Eric Debrah Otchere, 27(2):59-90, 2016.
“Muslims, music, and tolerance in Egypt and Ghana: a comparative perspective on difference." In Islam and Popular Culture, ed. by Karin van Nieuwkerk. University of Texas Press, 2016.
"Music as debate: Social forces shaping the heterodoxy of Sufi performance in contemporary Egypt." In Music, Culture and Identity in the Muslim World: Performance, Politics and Piety. Ed. Kamal Salhi. London: Routledge, 2013.