Editor | Project Manager | Ethnomusicologist
I am an editor, researcher, and project manager, with a history of academic writing and editing, based in Northern California and Arizona. I am originally from Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, and recently earned a PhD in ethnomusicology from the University of California, Davis, for which I conducted a multi-year research project on musical locality and groove in Arizonan flamenco. I also have masters degrees in ethnomusicology (UC Davis) and musicology (Northern Arizona University). I have special knowledge of music and academic research, writing, and publishing, and an affinity for integrated media and collaborative projects.
I currently work as an editor in the Accreditation Office at the University of Arizona College of Medicine – Tucson, and I freelance as an editor, proofreader, and reviewer. I have reviewed manuscripts for academic journals, including SAGE's Space and Culture, and I have edited for the following scholarly publications: the Society for Ethnomusicology's SEM Student News, a biannual digital publication created and operated by student scholars; the online academic journal Analytical Approaches to World Music; and Writing on the Edge, an interdisciplinary journal focused on writing and the teaching of writing.
Layout and Design
Independent and Collaborative Work
Research, Planning, and Organizing
Eye for Detail
Critical and Creative Thinking
Technical Knowledge and Styles
Microsoft Office (Word, PowerPoint, Excel, OneNote)
Google Suite (Drive, Docs, Slides, Sheets, Forms)
Adobe Creative Suite (InDesign, Acrobat Pro, Photoshop, Premiere Pro)
Chicago Manual of Style, Associated Press Style
Canvas, Blackboard, SmartSite
Zoom, Skype, Google Meet
Work and Editing Experience
January 2021 – Present
Editor, Accreditation Office, University of Arizona College of Medicine – Tucson
October 2020 – Present
Freelance Editor, Scholars at Universidade Estadual de Maringá, Paraná, Brazil
January 2018 – Present
Associate Editor, Analytical Approaches to World Music
October 2014 – June 2020
Graduate Teaching Assistant, University of California, Davis
June 2016 – September 2019
Associate Instructor, University of California, Davis
August 2016 – August 2019
Editor, SEM Student News, Society for Ethnomusicology
September 2016 – October 2017
Associate Editor, Writing on the Edge, University of California, Davis
August 2014 – August 2016
Assistant Editor, SEM Student News, Society for Ethnomusicology
October 2014 – June 2020
PhD, Ethnomusicology, University of California, DavisDissertation Title: "Arizona Soniquetes: Structure, Process, and Meaning in Flamenco Grooves."
Dissertation Advisor: Juan Diego Díaz, Department of Music, University of California, Davis
October 2014 – December 2016
MA, Ethnomusicology, University of California, Davis
August 2010 – May 2013
MMus, Musicology, Northern Arizona University
August 2008 – May 2009
Diploma, Band Instrument Repair, Minnesota State College Southeast, Red Wing, MN
August 2002 – May 2006
BA, Instrumental Performance, Bemidji State University
Publications and Papers
Vidigal Rosenberg, Davin Julius Paul. 2020. “Arizona Soniquetes: Structure, Process, and Meaning in Flamenco Grooves.” PhD diss., University of California, Davis.
Vidigal Rosenberg, Davin, ed. 2019. “Music and Movement.” Special issue, SEM Student News 15 (1).
———, ed. 2018. “Politics in & of Ethnomusicology.” Special issue, SEM Student News 14 (2).
———, ed. 2018. “Music and Politics.” Special issue, SEM Student News 14 (1).
Rosenberg, Davin, ed. 2017. “Sound and Sensory Studies.” Special issue, SEM Student News 13 (2).
———, ed. 2017. “Ethnomusicology Now.” Special issue, SEM Student News 13 (1).
———, ed. 2016. “Decolonizing Ethnomusicology.” Special issue, SEM Student News 12 (2).
———. 2015. “Discerning Diaspora: Roots and Routes.” SEM Student News 10:9–10.
Rosemann, SarahVictoria, and Davin Rosenberg. 2015. “Music and Diaspora: A Resource List.” The Society for Ethnomusicology.
Berman, Amanda Daly, and Davin Rosenberg. 2014. “Music, Medicine, Health, and Cognition: A Resource List.” The Society for Ethnomusicology.
Rosenberg, Davin J. 2013. “Phoenix Flamenco: Diasporic Dimensions of Performance, Instruction and Tradition.” Master's thesis, Northern Arizona University.
———. 2013. “Traditional Flamenco Practice in the Phoenix Diaspora.” Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Society for Ethnomusicology Southwest Chapter (SEMSW), Flagstaff, AZ, April 5–6.
Teaching Assistant, University of California, Davis, 2014–2020
- Introduction to Musical Literature (MUS 10), Musics of the World (MUS 11), African American Music (MUS 28), History of Rock Music (MUS 106), Introduction to the Music of The Beatles (MUS 116), American Music: The Broadway Musical (MUS 126), Introduction to Film Studies (FMS 1), Epic Television (CDM 156).
Associate Instructor, University of California, Davis, 2017–2019
- Introduction to the Music of The Beatles (MUS 116), Musics of the World (MUS 11), Introduction to Music Theory (MUS 3A).
Teaching Assistant, Northern Arizona University, 2012–2013
- Topics in Music Literature: Issues in Ethnomusicology (MUS 330W), The Enjoyment of Music (MUS 293), Native American Music (MUS 365).
Teaching Assistant, Texas Tech University, 2006–2007
- Applied Music (MUAP 1001–3002), Brass Instruments (MUAP 3103).