About Me

Casket, Shroud and Grave is authored by me, Thomas Grant Richardson.

I am a PhD candidate at Indiana University, in the department of Folklore and Ethnomusicology.  I am currently based in Buffalo, New York and my dissertation focuses on the transnational relationship between American vernacular music and Canadian musicians.

My master’s thesis focused on African American old-time string-band music, largely built around fieldwork with The Carolina Chocolate Drops.

Other research topics of interest to me are: labor song, musical instruments, piedmont blues, public folklore and applied ethnomusicology, folklore and technology.

If you’d like to contact me directly, feel free to email me at tgrantrichardson at gmail dot com.

If you want to know more about me you can also find me on facebook here, or on twitter here, or an online resume here: http://thomasgrantrichardson.wordpress.com

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