Patrick Savage
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環境情報学部特任准教授
政策・メディア研究科委員
生年1985年
学位博士(音楽学・民族音楽学)、東京藝術大学
略歴(full CV: https://tinyurl.com/pesavage)
EDUCATION
2017 PhD Musicology (ethnomusicology), Tokyo University of the Arts, Japan
2014 MA Musicology (ethnomusicology), Tokyo University of the Arts, Japan
2011 MSc Psychology, Neuroscience and Behaviour, McMaster University, Canada
2007 BA summa cum laude Music (composition), Amherst College, USA

ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS
2018- Project Associate Professor (tenure-track), Faculty of Environment and Information Studies, Keio University Shonan Fujisawa Campus, Japan
2017-18 Postdoctoral Researcher in Statistical Data Analysis, School of Anthropology and Museum Ethnography, University of Oxford, UK

SELECTED AWARDS AND GRANTS
2018 Individual Grant (Keio Gijuku Academic Development Fund)
2018 Startup Grant (Keio Research Institute at SFC)
2017 Ikushi Prize (Japanese Society for the Promotion of Science)
2017 Hirayama Ikuo Arts and Culture Prize (Tokyo University of the Arts)
2011-17 MEXT Scholar (Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science & Technology, Japan)
2010-11 Roland Wood Fellowship (Amherst College)
2007-08 Amherst-Doshisha Fellowship (Amherst College & Doshisha University)
2007 Composer-in-Residence (Samuel Marsden Collegiate High School)
2013 1st equal (Intermediate div.) (National Championship, Nat. Folk Song Association of Japan)
2007 3rd place, International Championship of Collegiate A Cappella (Amherst College Zumbyes)

SELECTED NEWS COVERAGE:
New York Times - "Can you tell a lullaby from a love song?", January 25, 2018
NPR - "From Pygmy hunting songs to Taylor Swift, what makes music universal", July 9, 2015.
The Atlantic - "A study suggests that people can hear universal traits in music", January 25, 2018
NBC News - "Folk music could track human migrations". November 14, 2013.
FNMNL - "音楽はなぜ僕らを動かすのか", August 30, 2016
専門分野音楽、心理学、人類学、コンピューター・サイエンス、文化的進化、デジタル・ヒューマニティーズ
担当科目音楽と文化 (GIGA/GG/GI),音楽史 (GIGA/GG/GI),音楽の進化 (GIGA/GG/GI),うたをつくる,音楽の進化,修士研究会,研究会(CompMusic: Comparative and computational musicology (1)),研究会(CompMusic: Comparative and computational musicology (2)),研究会(CompMusic: Comparative and computational musicology (2)),研究会(Comparative Musicology),研究会(CompMusic Research),アカデミックプロジェクト(音楽)
主要著作・論文・作品(for full list including 18 peer-reviewed articles, see https://patrickesavage.wordpress.com/publications/)

Whitehouse, H.*, François, P.*, Savage, P. E.*, Currie, T. E., Feeney, K. C., Cioni, E., Purcell, R., Ross, R. M., Larson, J., Baines, J., ter Haar, B., Covey, A., Turchin, P. (In press). Complex societies precede moralizing gods throughout world history. Nature.

Savage, P. E. (Under contract). Comparative musicology: The science of the world’s music. Oxford University Press.

Savage, P. E. (2019). Cultural evolution of music. Palgrave Communications, 5(6), 1-12. http://doi.org/10.1057/s41599-019-0221-1

Savage, P. E. (2018). Alan Lomax’s Cantometrics Project: A comprehensive review. Music & Science, 1, 1-19. http://doi.org/10.1177/2059204318786084

Savage, P. E., Cronin, C., Müllensiefen, D., & Atkinson, Q. D. (2018). Quantitative evaluation of music copyright infringement. In Proceedings of the 8th International Workshop on Folk Music Analysis (FMA2018), 61-66. http://fma2018.mus.auth.gr/files/papers/FMA2018_paper_4.pdf

Savage, P.E., Tierney, A.T., & Patel, A.D. (2017). Global music recordings support the motor constraint hypothesis for human and avian song contour. Music Perception, 34(3), 327-334. http://doi.org/10.1073/pnas.1414495112

Savage, P.E., Brown, S., Sakai, E., & Currie, T.E. (2015). Statistical universals reveal the structures and functions of human music. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 112(29), 8987-8992. http://doi.org/10.1073/pnas.1414495112

Savage, P.E., Matsumae, H., Oota, H., Stoneking, M., Currie, T.E., Tajima, A., Gillan, M., & Brown, S. (2015). How ‘circumpolar’ is Ainu music? Musical and genetic perspectives on the history of the Japanese archipelago. Ethnomusicology Forum 24(3), 443-467. http://doi.org/10.1080/17411912.2015.1084236

Brown, S., Savage, P.E., Ko, A. M.-S., Stoneking, M., Ko, Y.-C., Loo, J.-H., & Trejaut, J.A. (2014). Correlations in the population structure of music, genes, and language. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences, 281(1774), 20132072. http://doi.org/10.1098/rspb.2013.2072

Savage, P.E. & Brown, S. (2013). Toward a new comparative musicology. Analytical Approaches to World Music, 2(2) 148-197. https://www.researchgate.net/publication/283088191_Toward_a_new_comparative_musicology
学生諸君へ一言When I was a student I planned to major in science, but I spent most of my time playing/singing/composing all kinds of music (a cappella, classical, jazz, funk, folk). Eventually I realised I could use science to help understand how and why humans all over the world make such beautiful and diverse music. If you want to use science to gain a deeper understanding of music, you've come to the right place!
プロジェクトURLhttp://compmusic.info
個人ウェブページhttps://patrickesavage.com
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