Assistant Professor of Music Natalie Zelensky recently published her article “Sounding Diaspora through Music and Play in a Russian-American Summer Camp” in the December 2014 issue of Ethnomusicology Forum. Based on fieldwork conducted at a Russian-American summer camp in the Adirondack Mountains of New York, the article examines how camp music presents a productive sphere for playing out contentious issues of diaspora (including inter-wave tension, hyphenated identity politics, and disagreements over the purpose of a long-standing, multi-wave diaspora). Analyzing music-making through a theoretical lens of “play,” the article presents a pioneering study of Russian diasporic music and demonstrates how summer camp music presents a site for mediating competing epistemologies of the diasporic self.