Welcome to Eric Miller’s Ph.D. Dissertation webpage!
“Ethnographic Videoconferencing, as Applied to Songs/Chants/Dances/Games of South Indian Children, and Language Learning” (2010).
University of Pennsylvania (Philadelphia, USA)
Eric Miller <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Ph.D. graduation letter from the University of Pennsylvania,
Complete dissertation in one file (11.9 MB),
Dissertation in 15 files:
Cover page, etc, pp. i-iii (112 KB),
Acknowledgements, pp. iv-xvii (156 KB),
Abstract, pp. xviii-xix (56 KB),
Contents, etc, pp. xx-xxxvi (772 KB),
Chapter I__Introduction, pp. 1 to 54 (580 KB),
Chapter II__Cultures and Locations, pp. 55-118 (656 KB),
Chapter III__Fieldwork Methodology, pp. 119-157 (420 KB),
Chapter IV__Children’s Songs/Chants/Dances/Games, pp. 158-353 (3.5 MB),
Chapter V__Language Learning, pp. 354-409 (484 KB),
Chapter VI__Videoconferencing, pp. 410-508 (1.1 MB),
Chapter VI__Videoconferencing Still-images, pp. 509-548 (3.1 MB),
Chapter VII__Conclusions, pp. 549-584 (392 KB),
Chapter VIII__Epilogue, 584-589 (92 KB),
Bibliography, pp. 590-631 (636 KB),
Index, 632-639 (128 KB),
Still-images of the songs/chants/dances/games as performed in Vellambi, the research project's fieldwork village, are in Chapter IV (above).
Video recordings of the songs/chants/dances/games as performed in Vellambi -- and of the research project's two post-fieldwork Chennai-Philadelphia videoconferences -- can be accessed at