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PanamaTipico.com Joins Ph.D. Candidate in the Research for Her Thesis


[Melissa Gonzalez interviews Pindin songwriter Eduardo Dominguez Barahona.]

Melissa Gonzalez interviews Pindin songwriter Eduardo Dominguez Barahona.


[Interview with Mr. Fito Espino, a retired Panamanian musician.]

Interview with Mr. Fito Espino, a retired Panamanian musician.


[Interview with Kenny Alexander Perez, radio journalist specialized in Panamanian Pindin music]

Interview with Kenny Alexander Perez, radio journalist specialized in Panamanian Pindin music


[Columbia University Ph.D. candidate Melissa Gonzalez observing a popular pindin performance at Panama City, Panama.]

Columbia University Ph.D. candidate Melissa Gonzalez observing a popular pindin performance at Panama City, Panama.


By:

Marino Jaén Espinosa
2007-05-17

About a year ago, we received an email from a Ph.D. student from Columbia University, NY. It was from Melissa Gonzalez, who is doing research for her doctoral thesis in ethnomusicology. She was investigating about Pindin music in Panama and wanted to know if PanamaTipico.com could be of any help.

We were extremely glad to help her meet people, go to places and give overall guidance about the pindin scene. During the following months, we have been able to introduce Melissa to several key people in Panama and Las Tablas who have been interviewed for her research.

We always look forward to work with international academics and researchers. Our site, PanamaTipico.com, was made with the purpose of informing the world about our culture, and we feel that this is a very important way of doing just that. If you have a research project about Panamanian culture, contact us at marino@panamatipico.com


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