PhD in Ethnomusicology, University of Sheffield (2012)
MA in World Music Studies, University of Sheffield (2008)
BMus, University of Huddersfield (2006)
DipHE, Royal Northern College of Music (2005)
ARIAM, Royal Irish Academy of Music (2001)
“‘To Preserve and Develop the National Culture’: Ethnic Minority Music and Dance Performances for Tourists in Northwestern Vietnam.” Forthcoming in Asian Music.
“‘Happy to be Born Hmong’: The Implications of a Transnational Musical Network for the Vietnamese-Hmong People.” Forthcoming in Journal of Vietnamese Studies.
“Singing as Social Life: Three Perspectives on Kwv Txhiaj from Vietnam.” Forthcoming in Hmong Studies Journal.
EVIA Digital Archives Project. www.eviada.org. Journal of American Folklore, 2012, 125(496):257-258.
Popular Music in Vietnam: the Politics of Remembering, the Economics of Forgetting, Dale A. Olsen (2008). Asian Music, 2011, 42(1):134-137.
The Musical Traditions of Northern Ireland and its Diaspora: Community and Conflict, David Cooper (2009). Yearbook for Traditional Music, 2010, 42:212-214.
Songs for the Spirits: Music and Mediums in Modern Vietnam, Barley Norton (2009). Ethnomusicology Forum, 2010, 19(1):117-119.
Vietnam: Vocal Music from the Northern Plains. VDE-Gallo CD 1207. Annotated and produced by Yves Defrance. (2006). Ethnomusicology Forum, 2009, 18(2):285-287.
“Hmong Ritual Music: Burning Last Year’s Altar.” (10 minutes). Presented at the ICTM Ireland Annual Conference, University of Ulster, Magee Campus, 18-20 February 2011.
“Qeej Tu Siav (Song of Expiring Life).” Three-minute field recording with accompanying booklet notes in the compilation ITCM Ireland: Fieldwork CD (2013).