Hannah Rogers, Adjunct Faculty
Hannah Rogers is an ethnomusicologist whose research focuses on music touristics in the Circum-Caribbean. With a background in the humanities and a focus on philosophy and the arts, Hannah spent several years working in the archives of Maryland Traditions, Maryland’s state folklife program. She maintains an interest in intangible cultural heritage as well as the tangible residues of such heritage in various forms, from ethnographic materials to tourist souvenirs. While returning to academic training, she remains committed to the role of the public sector in education and heritage management.
Hannah holds a B.A. from Eugene Lang College at the New School University and an M.A. from the University of Chicago, where she is currently a Ph.D. candidate in Ethnomusicology.