Music

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  • Rollefson, J. Griffith (Equinox Publishing, 2018-12-28)
    This article outlines an open, decentred and unfinished vision for community-engaged scholarship in hip hop studies. Employing examples from the Hip Hop as Postcolonial Studies initiative at the University of California, ...
  • Violence 
    Stock, Jonathan P. J. (University of Exeter, 2018-12-11)
    The article provides a critical review of a wide cross-section of ethnomusicological research into violence, conflict, and music, leading to proposal of a new model for field researchers. The article begins with a ...
  • Stock, Jonathan P. J. (University of Exeter, 2018-12-11)
    The article begins by making explicit its disciplinary standpoint. Research on music in indigenous settings occurs in both ethnomusicology and indigenous studies, but each of these disciplines brings somewhat contrasting ...
  • Vallely, Niall (University College Cork, 2018)
    The Irish musician is in an interesting position in relation to other post-colonial world cultures. As a colonised nation we have much in common with other colonised or formerly colonised peoples but we are also a first ...
  • McGuire, Colin P. (Taylor & Francis, 2018-05-04)
    Wong Fei-hung was a Cantonese martial arts master from southern China who became associated with a melody called General's Ode'. Since the 1950s, over 100 Hong Kong movies and television shows have forged the link by using ...

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