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Current Bibliography, Vol. 49, No. 2 (Spring/Summer 2005)
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Compiled by Randal Baier (Eastern Michigan University)

Editor's note: in order to aid searching, names and terms that have been coded to display diacriticals have been appended to the entry in brackets without diacriticals.

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Ahlkvist, Jarl A. 2001. "Sound and vision: Using progressive rock to teach social theory." Teaching Sociology 29 (4): 471-482.

Bennett, Andy 1999. "Subcultures or neo-tribes? Rethinking the relationship between youth, style and musical taste." Sociology 33 (3): 599-617.

Bicknell, Jeanette. 2005. "Just a Song? Exploring the Aesthetics of Popular Song Performance." The Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism 63 (3): 261-270.

Baumann, Stephan, and Oliver Hummel. 2005. "Enhancing music recommendation algorithms using cultural metadata." Journal of New Music Research 34 (2): 161-172.

Brooks, Tim. 2005. "Showdown at the Copyright Corral: Why Scholars Need to Speak Up about Copyright and Recordings." Popular Music & Society 28 (3): 411-414.

Celeste, Reni. 2005. "The Sound of Silence: Film Music and Lament." Quarterly Review of Film and Video 22 (2): 113-123.

Farrugia, Rebekah, and Thomas Swiss. 2005. "Tracking the DJs: Vinyl records, work, and the debate over new technologies." Journal of Popular Music Studies 17 (1): 30-44.

Gomart, Emilie, and Antoine Hennion. 1999. "A sociology of attachment: Music amateurs, drug users." In Actor Network Theory and After, John Law and John Hassard, [eds], 220-247. Oxford, UK: Blackwell, 1999.

Guss, David M. 2000. The Festive State: Race, Ethnicity and Nationalism as Cultural Performance. Berkeley: University of California Press. 252 p., photographs, map. Horning, Susan Schmidt. 2004. "Engineering the Performance: Recording Engineers, Tacit Knowledge and the Art of Controlling Sound." Social Studies of Science 34 (5): 703-731.

Jablonko, Allison. 2001. "An intersection of disciplines: The development of choreometrics in the 1960s." Visual Anthropology Review 17 (2): 24-38.

Lortat-Jacob, Bernard and Miriam Rovsing Olsen, eds. 2004. "Musique et anthropologie." Special issue of L'Homme: Revue frangaise d'anthropologie 171/172.

Lysloff, Reni T. A. 2003. "Musical community on the Internet: An on-line ethnography." Cultural Anthropology 18 (2): 233-263.

Nusbaum, Philip. 2004. "Folklorists at state arts agencies: Cultural disconnects and fairness." Journal of Folklore Research 41 (2/3): 199-225.

Perlman, Marc. 29004. "Golden Ears and Meter Readers: The Contest for Epistemic Authority in Audiophilia." Social Studies of Science 34 (5): 783-807.

Pinch, Trevor, and Karin Bijsterveld. 2004. "Sound Studies: New Technologies in Music." Social Studies of Science 34 (5): 635-648.

Porcello, Thomas. 2004. "Speaking of Sound: Language and the Professionalization of Sound-Recording Engineers." Social Studies of Science 34 (5): 733-758.

Prins, Harald E. L., and John Bishop. 2001-02. "Edmund Carpenter: Explorations in media & anthropology." Visual Anthropology Review 17 (2): 110-140.

Rose, Gillian. 1997. "Spatialities of 'community', power and change: The imagined geographies of community arts projects." Cultural Studies 11 (1): 1-16.

Scherzinger, Martin Rudolph. 2006, "Music, corporate power, and unending war." Cultural Critique 60: 23-67.

Skrbiš, Zlatko. 1998. "Making it tradeable: Videotapes, cultural technologies and diasporas." Cultural Studies 12 (2): 265-273.

Sousa, Maria Do Rosario, Felix Neto, and Etienne Mullet. 2005. "Can music change ethnic attitudes among children?" Psychology of Music 33 (3): 304-316.

Stafford, Philip B., Inta Carpenter, and David A. Taylor. 2004. "Documenting local culture: An introductory field school." In Passages: The ethnographic field school and first fieldwork, Madelyn Iris, ed. National Association for the Practice of Anthropology Bulletin 22 (1): 14-34.

Stanton, Gareth. 1996. Military rock: a mis-anthropology." Cultural Studies 10 (2): 270-287.

Symes, Colin. 2005. "From Tomorrows Eve to High Fidelity: novel responses to the gramophone in twentieth century literature." Popular Music 24 (2): 193-206.

Theberge, Paul. 2004. "The Network Studio: Historical and Technological Paths to a New Ideal in Music Making." Social Studies of Science 34 (5): 759-781.

Turley, Alan C. 2001. "Max Weber and the Sociology of Music." Sociological Forum 16 (4): 633-653.


Perullo, Alex. 2005. "Hooligans and Heroes: Youth Identity and Hip-Hop in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania." Africa Today 51 (4): 75-101.

Steingo, Gavin. 2005. "South African Music after Apartheid: Kwaito, the "Party Politic," and the Appropriation of Gold as a Sign of Success." Popular Music & Society 28 (3): 333-358.

Wiggins, Trevor. 2005. "An Interview with J. H. Kwabena Nketia: Perspectives on Tradition and Modernity." Ethnomusicology Forum 14 (1): 57-82.


Bauman, Richard. 2005. "'Fellow Townsmen and My Noble Constituents!': Representations of Oratory on Early Commercial Recordings." Oral Tradition 20 (1): 35-57.

Broman, Per F. 2005. "'When All is Said and Done': Swedish ABBA Reception during the 1970s and the Ideology of Pop." Journal of Popular Music Studies 17 (1): 45-66.

Browner, Tara. 2002. Heartbeat of the People: Music and Dance of the Northern Pow-Wow. Urbana: University of Illinois Press, ix + 163 pp., photographs, notes, bibliography, index. Collins, Karen. 2005. "Dead Channel Surfing: the commonalities between cyberpunk literature and industrial music." Popular Music 24 (2): 165-178.

Collins, Karen. 2005. "Grand Theft Audio? Popular Music and the Video Games Industry." (Unpublished). http://www.dullien-inc.com/collins/texts/grandtheftaudio.pdf. Accessed 29 Aug 2005 from http://www.mediamusicstudies.net/collins/research.htm.

Cooper, B. Lee. 2005. "Tribute Discs, Career Development, and Death: Perfecting the Celebrity Product From Elvis Presley to Stevie Ray Vaughan." Popular Music and Society 28 (2): 229-48.

Dent, Alexander Sebastian. 2005. "Cross-Cultural "Countries": Covers, Conjuncture, and the Whiff of Nashville in "Musica Sertaneja" (Brazilian Commercial Country Music)." Popular Music and Society 28 (2): 207-27.

Dorsey, Margaret E. 2005. "Borderland Music as Symbolic Forms of Nationalisms: The Best of the Texas Tornados, Partners, and Viva Luckenbach!." Latin American Music Review 26 (1): 23-56.

Frontani, Michael. 2005. "'From the Bottom to the Top': Frank Sinatra, the American Myth of Success, and the Italian-American Image." Journal of American Culture 28 (2): 216-230.

Geidel, Molly. 2005. "Supermaxes, Stripmines, and Hip-Hop." Journal of Popular Music Studies 17 (1): 67-76.

Guilbault, Jocelyne. 2005. "Audible Entanglements: Nation and Diasporas in Trinidad's Calypso Music Scene." Small Axe 9 (1) (no. 17): 40-63.

Hess, Mickey. 2005. "'Don't Quote Me, Boy': Dynamite Hack Covers NWA's "Boyz-N-The-Hood."Popular Music and Society 28 (2): 179-91.

Hess, Mickey. 2005. "Metal Faces, Rap Masks: Identity and Resistance in Hip Hop's Persona Artist." Popular Music and Society 28 (3): 297-312.

Hollands, Robert. 2004. "'Rappin' on the reservation: Canadian Mohawk Youth's hybrid cultural identities." Sociological Research Online 9 (3): [np].

Kauppila, Paul. 2005. "The Sound of the Suburbs: A Case Study of Three Garage Bands in San Jose, California during the 1960s." Popular Music and Society 28 (3): 391-405.

Kaye, Andrew L. 2005. "Performance and Culture: Four Recent Books." Reviews in Anthropology 34 (2): 177-195.

Kitwana, Bakari. 2004. "Hip-Hop Studies and the New Culture Wars." Socialism and Democracy 18, 2(36): 73-77.

Kraut, Robert. 2005. "Why does jazz matter to aesthetic theory?" The Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism 63 (1): 3-16.

Largey, Michael D. 2005. "Recombinant Mythology and the Alchemy of Memory: Occide Jeanty, Ogou, and Jean-Jacques Dessalines in Haiti." Journal of American Folklore 118 (469): 327-353.

Mato, Daniel. 1998. The transnational making of representations of gender, ethnicity and culture: indigenous peoples' organizations at the Smithsonian Institution's festival." Cultural Studies 12 (2): 193-209.

Moon, Krystyn R. 2005. "Lee Tung Foo and the Making of a Chinese American Vaudevillian, 1900s-1920s." Journal of Asian American Studies 8 (1): 23-48.

Ochoa, Ana Marma. 2005. "Garcma Marquez, macondismo, and the soundscapes of vallenato." Popular Music 24 (2): 207-222.

Pisani, Michael V. 2005. "The Sounds of Place: Music and the American Cultural Landscape."Journal of Musicological Research 24 (2): 177-187.

Rossman, Gabriel. 2004. "Elites, masses, and media blacklists: The Dixie Chicks controversy." Social Forces 83 (1): 61-79.

Schippers, Mimi. 2000. "The social organization of sexuality and gender in alternative hard rock: An analysis of intersectionality." Gender & Society 14 (6): 747-764.

Shaviro, Steven. 2005. "Supa Dupa Fly: Black Women As Cyborgs in Hiphop Videos." Quarterly Review of Film and Video 22 (2): 169-179.

Silber, Laya. 2005. "Bars behind bars: the impact of a women's prison choir on social harmony." Music Education Research 7 (2): 251-172.

Smith, Ayana. 2005. "Blues, criticism, and the signifying trickster." Popular Music 24 (2): 179-191.

Smith, Mark M. . 2001. Listening to Nineteenth Century America. Chapel Hill and London: University of North Carolina Press.

Stamm, Michael. 2005. "Questions of taste: Interest group liberalism and the campaigns to save classical music radio in post-world war II Chicago." Historical Journal of Film, Radio and Television 25 (2): 291-311.

Stephens, Michelle A. 1998. "Babylon's 'natural mystic': the North American music industry, the legend of Bob Marley, and the incorporation of transnationalism." Cultural Studies 12 (2): 139-167.

Van Sickel, Robert W. 2005. "A World without Citizenship: On (the Absence of) Politics and Ideology in Country Music Lyrics, 1960-2000." Popular Music & Society 28 (3): 313-332.

Waksman, Steve. 2004. "California Noise: Tinkering with Hardcore and Heavy Metal in Southern California." Social Studies of Science 34 (5):675-702.

Asia & Oceania

Beken, M|nir Nurettin. 2003. "Aesthetics and Artistic Criticism at the Turkish Gazino." Music and Anthropology 8. http://www.provincia.venezia.it/levi/ma/index/ma_ind.htm.

Brinner, Ben. 2003. "Beyond Israelis vs. Palestinians or Jews vs. Arabs: The Social Ramifications of Musical Interaction." Music and Anthropology 8. http://www.provincia.venezia.it/levi/ma/index/ma_ind.htm.

Burnakova, Larissa, and Liesbet Nyssen. 2005. "Shamanism in contemporary Siberian music." IIAS Newsletter 36. http://www.iias.nl/iias/show/id=48496. Clark, Marshall. 2004. "Too many Wisanggenis: Reinventing the Wayang at the turn of the century." Indonesia and the Malay World 32 (92): 62-79.

Condry, Ian. 2004. "Cultures of music piracy: An ethnographic comparison of the US and Japan." International Journal of Cultural Studies 7 (3): 343-363.

Du Perron, Lalita. 2005. "Shellac, Bakelite, Vinyl, and Paper: Artifacts and Representations of North Indian Art Music." Oral Tradition 20 (1): 130-157.

Goodman, Jane E. 2002. "Writing empire, underwriting nation: Discursive histories of Kabyle Berber oral texts." American Ethnologist 29 (1): 86-122.

Harnish, David. 2005. "'Isn't This Nice? It's just like being in Bali': Constructing Balinese Music Culture in Lombok." Ethnomusicology Forum 14 (1): 3-24.

Lawrence, Helen Reeves, and Don Niles, eds. Traditionalism and modernity in the music and dance of Oceania: Essays in honour of Barbara B. Smith. Oceania Monograph 52. Sydney: University of Sydney, 2001. xviii, 267 p., illus., maps. ISBN 186-487-396-5.

Nijenhuis, Emmie te . 2004. "Notation of South Indian Music." Oideion - performing arts online Issue 4. http://iias.leidenuniv.nl/oideion/journal/issue04/nijenhuis/index-a.html.

Naroditskaya, Inna. 2005. "Azerbaijani Mugham and Carpet: Cross-Domain Mapping." Ethnomusicology Forum 14 (1): 25-56.

Proudfoot, Ian. 2002. "From recital to sight-reading: The silencing of texts in Malaysia." Indonesia and the Malay World 30 (87): 117-144.

Swedenburg, Ted. 2003. "Musical Interzones: The Middle East and Beyond." Music and Anthropology 8.http://www.provincia.venezia.it/levi/ma/index/ma_ind.htm.

Tan, Shzr Ee. 2005. "Manufacturing and Consuming Culture: Fakesong in Singapore." Ethnomusicology Forum 14 (1): 83-106


Adelt, Ulrich. 2005. "'Ich bin der Rock'n'Roll-Ubermensch': Globalization and Localization in German Music Television." Popular Music and Society 28 (3): 279-95.

Bradby, Barbara. 2005. "She Told Me What to Say: The Beatles and Girl-Group Discourse." Popular Music & Society 28 (3): 359-390.

Inglis, Ian. 2005. "Embassy Records: Covering the Market, Marketing the Cover." Popular Music and Society 28 (2): 163-70.

Inglis, Ian. 2005. "John Peel 1939-2004." Popular Music and Society 28 (3): 407-410.

Johnson, Bruce. 2005. "Hamlet: voice, music, sound." Popular Music 24 (2): 257-267.

Kawamoto, Akitsugu. 2005. "Can You Still Keep Your Balance?: Keith Emerson's anxiety of influence, style change, and the road to prog superstardom." Popular Music 24 (2): 223-244.

McRobbie, Angela. 2002. "Clubs to companies: Notes on the decline of political culture in speeded up creative worlds." Cultural Studies 16 (4): 516-531.

Nyssen, Liesbet. 2004. "Traditional and modern Khakas conceptions of sound and music." Oideion - performing arts online Issue 4. http://iias.leidenuniv.nl/oideion/journal/issue04/nyssen/index-a.html.

S Laoire, Lillis. 2004. "The Right Words: Conflict and Resolution in an Oral Gaelic Song Text." Oral Tradition 19 (2): 187-213.

Richardson, John. 2005. "The Digital Won't Let Me Go": Constructions of the Virtual and the Real in Gorillaz' "Clint Eastwood." Journal of Popular Music Studies 17 (1): 1-29.

Steenmeijer, Maarten. 2005. "Other Lives: rock, memory and oblivion in post-Franco fiction." Popular Music 24 (2): 245-256.

Szubertowska, Elzbieta. 2005. "Education and the music culture of Polish adolescents." Psychology of Music 33 (3): 317-330.


"Ethnomusicology, Folk Music, and World Music." http://www.lib.washington.edu/music/world.html. Accessed 15 February 2005.

"Ethnographic Resources related to Folklore, Anthropology, Ethnomusicology, and the Humanities." http://lcweb.loc.gov/folklife/other.html. Accessed 15 February 2005.

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