- Folklore and Ethnomusicology
- IU Bloomington
800 E. 3rd St.
Eduardo Herrera (he/him/his) is an Assosiate Professor of Folklore and Ethnomusicology at Indiana University. He is the author of Elite Art Worlds: Philanthropy, Latin Americanism, and Avant-Garde Music (2020) and co-editor of Experimentalisms in Practice: Music Perspectives from Latin America (2018). Herrera is currently working on two other book projects: Sounding Fandom: Chanting, Masculinity, and Violence in Agentine Soccer Stadiums and Soccer Sounds: Transnational Stories of the Beautiful Game.
Herrera is currently serving as one of the Directors-at-Large at the American Musicological Society in the 2022-23 academic year. He has previously served as Interim Council Chair for the Society for Ethnomusicology (2020-21) and as Board Member-at-Large for the Society for American Music (2017-20).
His research interests include: Latin American and Latinx cultural practices; Music and sound in sports and games; Sound studies; Soccer, masculinity, violence; Coloniality/postcoloniality/decoloniality; Ethnography of elites; Experimental music studies; Cultural diplomacy and philanthropy