Bibliography - Music 102 2011

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Adamu, Abdalla Uba. “The influence of Hindi film music on Hausa videofilm soundtrack music.” In Mark Slobin (ed.) Global soundtracks: worlds of film music. Middletown, Conn.: Wesleyan University Press, 2008.

Asani, Ali. “Music and dance in the work of Mawlana Jalal al–Din Rumi.” Islamic Culture, 60/2, 1986, pp. 41-55.

Baker, Geoffrey. “Hip Hop Revolucion! Nationalizing Rap in Cuba.” Ethnomusicology, 49/3, 2005, pp. 368-402.

Booth, Greg. “That Bollywood sound.” In Mark Slobin (ed.) Global soundtracks: worlds of film music. Middletown, Conn.: Wesleyan University Press, 2008.

Burkhalter, Thomas. “Thanks for letting me hear the war again.” Norient, July 31, 2006. Online at

Cusick, Suzanne G. “Music as Torture / Music as Weapon.” Transcultural Music Review, 10, 2006. Online at

During, Jean. “Power, authority and music in the cultures of Inner Asia.” Ethnomusicology Forum, 14/2, 2005, pp. 143-164.

Feld, Steven. “Pygmy POP: A genealogy of schizophonic mimesis.” Yearbook for Traditional Music, 28, 1996, pp. 1-35.

Getter, Joseph & B. Balasubrahmaniyan. “Tamil film music: sound and significance.” In Mark Slobin (ed.) Global soundtracks: worlds of film music. Middletown, Conn.: Wesleyan University Press, 2008.

Greene, Paul D. “Sound Engineering in a Tamil Village: Playing audio cassettes as devotional performance”, Ethnomusicology, 43/3, 1999, pp. 459-489.

Gross, Joan, David McMurray and Ted Swedenburg. “Arab Noise and Ramadan Nights: Rai, Rap and Franco-Maghrebi Identities.” Diaspora, 3/1, 1994, pp. 3-39.

Hamm, Mark S. “Hammer of the Gods Revisited: Neo-Nazi Skinheads, Domestic Terrorism, and the Rise of the New Protest Music,” in Jeff Ferrell and Clinton R. Sanders (eds.) Cultural Criminology. Boston: Northeastern University Press, 1995, pp. 190-212.

Harris, Rachel. “Reggae on the Silk Road: the Globalization of Uygur Pop.” The China Quarterly, 183, 2005, pp. 627-643.

Langlois, Tony. “Local and Global in North African Popular Music.” Popular Music, 15/3, 1996, pp. 259-273.

Lausevic, Mirjana. “The ilahiya as a symbol of Bosnian Muslim national identity.” In Mark Slobin (ed.) Retuning Culture: Musical Changes in Central and Eastern Europe. Durham: Duke University Press, 1996.

Levin, Theodore. “Central Asia; Overview.” In Virginia Danielson (ed.), Garland Encyclopedia of World Music Volume 6: The Middle East. London/New York: Routledge, pp. 895-906.

Lysloff, René and Leslie C. Gay Jr. “Introduction: Ethnomusicology in the Twenty-first Century.” In René Lysloff and Lesile C. Gay Jr. (eds.) Music and Technoculture. Middletown, Conn.: Wesleyan University Press, 2003, pp. 1-22.

Merriam, Alan P. The Anthropology of Music. Evanston, Illinois: Northwestern University Press.

Naficy, Hamid. “Identity Politics and Iranian Exile Music Videos.” In Richard Young (ed.) Music, Popular Culture, Identities. Amsterdam / New York: Rodopi, 2002, pp. 249-267.

Nooshin, Laudan. “Subversion and Countersubversion: Power, Control, and Meaning in the New Iranian Pop Music.” In Randall, A.J. (ed.) Music, Power, and Politics. NY/London: Routledge, 2005, pp. 231-272.

Pease, Rowan. “Internet, fandom, and K-Wave in China.” In Howard, Keith (ed.). Korean Pop Music: Riding the Wave. Folkstone: Global Oriental, 2006, pp. 176-189.

Perna, Vincenzo. “Marketing nostalgia: the rise of Buena Vista Social Club” in Vincenzo Perna, Timba: the sound of the Cuban crisis, Aldershot & Burlington, VT: Ashgate, 2005.

Pieslak, Jonathan R. “Sound Targets: Music and the War in Iraq.” Journal of Musicological Research 26, 2007, pp. 123-49.

Ramnarine, Tina. “”Indian” music in the Diaspora: Case Studies of “Chutney” in Trinidad and in London.” British Journal of Ethnomusicology, 5, 1996, pp. 133-153.

Rice, Timothy. 1996. “The dialectic of economics and aesthetics in Bulgarian music.” In Slobin, Mark (ed). Retuning Culture: musical changes in Central and Eastern Europe. Durham/London: Duke University Press, 1996.

Seeger, Anthony. Why Suyá Sing: a musical anthropology of an Amazonian People. Cambridge/New York: Cambridge University Press.

Shannon, Jonathan H. “Sultans of Spin. Syrian Sacred Music on the World Stage.” In Post, Jennifer C. (ed.) Ethnomusicology. A Contemporary Reader. New York: Routledge, 2006, pp. 17-32.

Simonett, Helena. “Los gallos valientes: Examining Violence in Mexican Popular Music.” Transcultural Music Review, no. 10, 2006. Online at

Solomon, Thomas. “‘Living underground is tough’: authenticity and locality in the hip-hop community in Istanbul, Turkey.” Popular Music, 24/1, 2005, pp. 1-20.

Spinetti, Federico. “Open Borders: Tradition and Tajik Popular Music: Questions of Aesthetics, Identity and Political Economy.” Ethnomusicology Forum, 14/2, 2005, pp. 185-211.

Swedenburg, Ted. “Islamic hip-hop vs. Islamophobia: Aki Nawaz, Natacha Atlas, Akhenaton,” in Mitchell, Tony (ed.) Global Noise: rap and Hip-Hop outside the USA. Middletown: Wesleyan University Press, 2002.

Turino, Thomas. “Are we global yet? Globalist discourse, cultural formations and the study of Zimbabwean popular music.” British Journal of Ethnomusicology, 12/2, 2003, pp. 51-79.

Viljoen, Stella. “En Route to the Rainbow Nation: South African Voices of Resistance.” In Richard Young (ed.) Music, Popular Culture, Identities. Amsterdam / New York: Rodopi, 2002, pp. 319-337.

Waterman, Christopher. “‘Our tradition is a very modern tradition’: popular music and the construction of pan-Yoruba identity.” Ethnomusicology, 34/3, 1990, pp. 367-379.