Eric Hung

Eric Hung is the executive director and co-founder of the MAARC. He is a musicologist with extensive experience in non-profit management and an Adjunct Lecturer in the College of Information Studies at the University of Maryland. His academic research focuses on Asian American music and public musicology. Current projects include a book on trauma and cultural trauma in Asian American music and an edited volume on public musicology. His pedagogical project, "Incorporating Local Musics in the Undergraduate Music History Curriculum," won the Teaching Award from the American Musicological Society. Hung is also an active pianist and conductor who has performed in Germany, Austria, Hong Kong, Australia, and throughout North America. Prior to joining the non-profit world full-time, he was a tenured professor at Westminster Choir College of Rider University. He has also served as executive director and interim president of New York-based Gamelan Dharma Swara and co-director of the Westminster Chinese Music Ensemble.

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Reaching Beyond the Academy: A Humanities Podcast Series #3 – The Music of Asian America Research Center: Podcasting and Social Change