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Current Bibliography, Vol. 50, No. 1 (Winter 2006)
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Compiled by Randal Baier (Eastern Michigan University)

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Barron, Anne. 2006. "Introduction: Harmony or Dissonance? Copyright Concepts and Musical Practice.” Social & Legal Studies 15:25-51.

Barron, Anne. 2006. "Copyright Law’s Musical Work.” Social & Legal Studies 15:101-127.

Brooks, Tim. 2005. "How Copyright Law Affects Reissues of Historic Sound Recordings: A New Study.” ARSC Journal 36 (2): 183-203.

Bucholtz, Mary. 2002. "Youth and Cultural Practice.” Annual Review of Anthropology 31:525-552.

Burrows, Jared B. 2004. "Musical Archetypes and Collective Consciousness: Cognitive Distribution and Free Improvisation.” Critical Studies in Improvisation 1 (1). PDF file. http://journal.lib.uoguelph.ca/index.php/csieci/ (accessed June 21, 2010).

Carroll, Noël. 2001. "Toward a Definition of Moving-Picture Dance.” Dance Research Journal 33 (1): 46-61.

Connery, Majel. 2004. "Between Ethnomusicology and Musicology.” voiceXchange 1 (1): 3-8. Includes "Response to Connery,” by Gregory Weinstein: 9-10. http://music.uchicago.edu/gms/voicexchange/ (accessed October 25, 2007).

Dawe, Kevin. 2001. "People, Objects, Meaning: Recent Work on the Study and Collection of Musical Instruments.” Galpin Society Journal 54:219-232.

Dils, Ann, and Jill Flanders Crosby. 2001. "Dialogue in Dance Studies Research.” Dance Research Journal 33 (1): 62-81.

Dundes, Alan. 2005. "Folkloristics in the Twenty-First Century (AFS Invited Presidential Plenary Address, 2004).” Journal of American Folklore 118 (470): 385-408.

Hayward, Philip, ed. 2004. Off The Planet: Music, Sound and Science Fiction Cinema. London: John Libbey and Perfect Beat Publications. Originally published as a special issue of Perfect Beat 6 (2/3).

Sci Fidelity–Music, Sound and Genre History / Philip Hayward (1-29) — Hooked on Aetherophonics: The Day The Earth Stood Still / Rebecca Leydon (30-41) — Atomic Overtones and Primitive Undertones: Akira Ifukube’s Sound Design for Godzilla / Shuhei Hosokawa (42-60) — Forbidden Planet: Effects and Affects in the Electro Avant Garde / Rebecca Leydon (61-76) — The Transmolecularisation of [Black] Folk: Space is Place, Sun Ra and Afrofuturism / Nabeel Zuberi (77-95) — Nostalgia, Masculinist Discourse, and Authoritarianism in John Williams’ Scores for Star Wars and Close Encounters of the Third Kind / Neil Lerner (96-108) — Sound, Music and the Mad Max trilogy / Rebecca Coyle (109-128) — ‘These are my nightmares’: Music and Sound in the films of David Cronenberg / Paul Théberge (129-148) — Ambient Soundscapes in Blade Runner / Michael Hannan and Melissa Carey (149-164) — ‘I’ll be back’: Recurrent sonic motifs in James Cameron’s Terminator films / Karen Collins (165-175) — Inter-Planetary Soundclash: Music, Technology and Territorialisation in Mars Attacks! / Philip Hayward (176-187) — Mapping The Matrix: Virtual Spatiality and the realm of the perceptual / Mark Evans (188-198).
Green, Lucy. 2001. How Popular Musicians Learn: A Way Ahead for Music Education. Ashgate Popular and Folk Music Series. Aldershot: Ashgate. xii + 238 p, ISBN 978-0-7546-3226-9 (Paperback)

Hesmondhalgh, David. 2006. "Digital Sampling and Cultural Inequality.” Social & Legal Studies 15:53-75.

Hilmes, Michele. 2005. "Is There a Field Called Sound Culture Studies? And Does It Matter?.” American Quartery 57 (1): 249-259.

Jagodzinski, Jan. 2005. Music in Youth Culture: A Lacanian Approach. New York:Palgrave Macmillan. 336 p. ISBN: 978-1-4039-6530-1, 1-4039-6530-7 (Hardcover).

Lacroix, Marie-Hortense. 2004. Un éclairage hypothétique sur certaines formes vocales traditionnelles: L’improvisation poétique en temps mesuré. Formes musicales, Cahiers de musiques traditionnelles 17:89-117.

Lewis, George E. 2004. "Gittin’ to Know Y’all: Improvised Music, Interculturalism and the Racial Imagination.” Critical Studies in Improvisation 1 (1). PDF file. http://journal.lib.uoguelph.ca/index.php/csieci/ (accessed June 21, 2010).

Mahon, Maureen. 2000. "The Visible Evidence Of Cultural Producers.” Annual Review of Anthropology 29:67-492.

McLeod, Kembrew. 2005. "Confessions of an Intellectual (Property): Danger Mouse, Mickey Mouse, Sonny Bono, and My Long and Winding Path as a Copyright Activist-Academic.” Popular Music and Society 28 (1): 79-93.

Roueff, Olivier. 2006. "L’ethnologie musicale selon André Schaeffner, entre musée et performance.” Revue d’Histoire des Sciences Humaines 14 (1): 71-100.

Sachs, Curt. [1934] 2003. La signification, la tâche et la technique muséographique des collections d’instruments de musique. Musiques à voir, Cahiers De Musiques Traditionnelles 16:11-41. (Originally published in Mouseion: bulletin de l’office international des musées 27-28:153-184).

Sklar, Deidre, et al. 2001. "Dialogues. Dance Ethnography: Where Do We Go from Here?” A Roundtable Discussion Presented at the Dancing in the Millennium Conference, Washington D.C., 20 June 2000. Dance Research Journal 33 (1): 90-94.

    Introduction / Deidre Sklar (90) — The Study of Dance in Culture: A Retrospective for a New Perspective / Joann W. Kealiinohomoku (90-91) — Toward Cross-Cultural Conversation on Bodily Knowledge (pp. 91-92) / Deidre Sklar — Speaking Back / Uttara Coorlawala (93) — Spreading the Net / Anthony Shay (93-94)
Sylvan, Robin. 2005. Trance Formation: The Spiritual and Religious Dimensions of Global Rave Culture. New York: Routledge. 240 p. ISBN 0415970903 (Hardcover), 0415970911 (Paperback).

Toussaint, Godfried. 2005. "The Geometry of Musical Rhythm.” In Discrete and Computational Geometry: Japanese Conference, JCDCG 2004, Tokyo, Japan, October 8-11, 2004, Revised Selected Papers, 198-212. Lecture Notes in Computer Science 3742. Berlin; Heidelberg: Springer. DOI 10.1007/11589440_20.

Toynbee, Jason. 2006. "Copyright, the Work and Phonographic Orality in Music.” Social & Legal Studies 15:77-99.

Washburne, Christopher J., and Maiken Derno, eds. 2004. Bad Music: The Music We Love to Hate. New York: Routledge. x + 379 p., illus., index. ISBN 0-415-94366-3 (Paperback).

    Introduction / Christopher Washburne and Maiken Derno (1-14) — What is Bad Music? / Simon Frith (15-36) — White Trash Alchemies of the Abject Sublime / Aaron A. Fox (39-61) — Pop Music, Racial Imagination, and the Sounds of Cheese / Jason Lee Oakes (62-82) — Bad World Music / Timothy D. Taylor (83-103) — Theorizing the Musically Abject / Elizabeth Tolbert (104-120) — Does Kenny G Play Bad Jazz? / Christopher Washburne (123-147) — The Flight from Banality / James Koehne (148-172) — The Good, The Bad, and The Folk / Richard Carlin (173-189) — Film, Music, and the Redemption of the Mundane / Giorgio Biancorosso (190-211) — A Moment Like This / Matthew Wheelock Stahl (212-232) — Extreme Noise Terror / Angela Rodel (235-256) — Glitch–The Beauty of Malfunction / Torben Sangild (257-274) — Glitches, Bugs, and Hisses: / Eliot Bates (275-293) — Rock Critics Need Bad Music / Deena Weinstein (294-310) — Much Too Loud and Not Loud Enough: / Elizabeth L. Wollman (311-330) — Trivial Music (Trivialmusik) / translated by Uli Sailer (333-362) —
Whiteley, Sheila, Andy Bennett, and Stan Hawkins, eds. 2004. Music, Space and Place: Popular Music and Cultural Identity. Ashgate Popular and Folk Music Series. Burlington, VT: Ashgate. xiv + 224 p., b&w illus., music, bibliography, index. $94.95. ISBN: 0-7546-3737-9 (Hardcover).
Music, space and place / Andy Bennett. — Rap and Hip Hop: Community and Identity / Sheila Whiteley. — Musical Production and the Politics of Desire / Stan Hawkins. — Part 1. Music, Space and Place. — The Musical Construction of the Diaspora: The Case of Reggae and Rastafari / Sarah Daynes. — Who Is The ‘Other’ in the Balkans? Local Ethnic Music as a Different Source of Identities in Bulgaria / Claire Levy. — ‘Power-geometry’ in Motion: Space, Place and Gender in the Lyra Music of Crete / Kevin Dawe. — Interrogating the Production of Sound and Place: the Bristol Phenomenon, from Lunatic Fringe to Worldwide Massive / Peter Webb. — Part 2. Rap and Hip Hop: Community and Cultural Identity. — The Emergence of Rap Cubano: An Historical Perspective / Deborah Pacini Hernandez and Reebee Garofalo. — Doin’ Damage in My Native Language: The Use of ‘Resistance Vernaculars’ in Hip Hop in Europe and Aotearoa, New Zealand / Tony Mitchell. — Rapp’in’ the Cape: Style and Memory, Power in Community / Lee Watkins. — Part 3. Musical Production and the Politics of Desire: Positioning the Producer. — Gender Divisions In Creative Labour and Value / Emma Mayhew. — ‘Believe’ Vocoders, Digital Female Identity and Camp / Kay Dickinson. — On Performativity and Production in Madonna’s ‘Music’ / Stan Hawkins. — He’s Got the Power: the Politics of Production in Girl Group Music / Jacqueline Warwick.


Askew, Kelly Michelle. 2006. "Sung and Unsung: Musical Reflections on Tanzanian Postsocialisms.” Africa: The Journal of the International African Institute 76 (1): 15-43.

Bloechl, Olivia. 2005. "Orientalism and Hyperreality in ‘Desert Rose’.” Journal of Popular Music Studies 17 (2): 133-161.

Bolay, Anne. 2004. "Les poètes-musiciens éthiopiens (azmari) et leurs constructions identitaires.” Cahiers d’études africaines 176: 815-839.

Cafuri, Roberta. 2004. "Les musées africains en ligne.” Cahiers d’études africaines 176 923-936.

Devroop, Chatradari. 2005. "An Investigation into the Current Status of Music Technology at Post-Secondary Institutions in South Africa.” Muziki 2 (1): 3-10.

Dlamini, Sazi. 2004. The Role of the Umrhubhe Bow as Transmitter of Cultural Knowledge among the Amaxhosa: An Interview with Latozi ‘Madosini’ Mpahleni. Journal of The Musical Arts in Africa 1 (1): 138-160.

Dor, George. 2005. "Uses of Indigenous Music Genres in Ghanaian Choral Art Music : Perspectives from the Works of Amu, Blege, and Dor.” Ethnomusicology 49 (3): 441-475.

Engelke, Matthew. 2004. "Text and performance in an African church: The Book, ‘live and direct’.” American Ethnologist 31 (1): 76-91.

Fabrice, Marandola. 2004. "The Study of Musical Scales in Central Africa: The Use of Interactive Experimental Methods.” In Computer Music Modeling and Retrieval: International Symposium, CMMR 2003, Montpellier, France, May 26-27, 2003: Revised Papers, edited by Uffe Kock Wiil. Lecture Notes in Computer Science 2771, 34-41. DOI: 10.1007/b12000.

Hammond, Nicol. 2004. Singing South Africanness: The Construction of Identity among South African Youth Choirs. Journal of The Musical Arts in Africa 1 (1): 103-115.

Jules-Rosette, Bennetta, and David B. Coplan. 2004. "‘Nkosi Sikelel’ iAfrika’: From independent spirit to political mobilization.” Cahiers d’études africaines 173-174: 343-367.

Kreutzer, Natalie Jones. 2001. "Song acquisition among rural Shone-speaking Zimbabwean children from birth to 7 years.” Journal of Research in Music Education 49 (3): 198-211.

Lassibille, Mahalia. 2004. "‘La danse africaine’, une catégorie à déconstruire.” Cahiers d’études africaines 175: 681-690.

Lengel, Laura. 2004. "Performing In/Outside Islam: Music and Gendered Cultural Politics in the Middle East and North Africa.” Text and Performance Quarterly 24 (3/4): 212-232.

Lwanda, John. 2003. "Mother’s Songs: Male Appropriation of Women’s Music in Malawi and Southern Africa.” Journal of African Cultural Studies 16 (2): 119-141.

McLaughlin, Fiona. 2000. "‘In the Name of God I Will Sing Again, Mawdo Malik the Good’: Popular Music and the Senegalese Sufi Tariqas.” Journal of Religion in Africa 30 (2): 191-207.

Mhlambi, Thokozani. 2004. "‘Kwaitofabulous’: The Study of a South African Urban Genre.” Journal of The Musical Arts in Africa 1 (1): 116-127.

Mutia, Babila. 2005. "Performer, Audience, and Performance Context of Bakweri Pregnancy Rituals and Incantations.” Cahiers d’études africaines 177: 218-237.

Ntšihlele, Flora M. 2005. "Rhythm as ‘Music’ in Basotho Children’s Folk Narratives: A Study of Mokali ‘a Thòlè.” Muziki 2 (1): 11-20.[ Ntsihlele ]

Nzewi, Meki. 2004. The Avu of Alafrika: A Narrative on an Encounter With Musical Arts Knowledge. Journal of The Musical Arts in Africa 1 (1): 55-83.

Olivier, Emmanuelle. 2004. "Performance musicale et situation sociale: Analyse de deux mises en forme d’un chant ju|’hoan de Namibie.” Formes musicales, Cahiers de musiques traditionnelles 17:65-88.

Onyeji, Christian. 2004. Igbo Rural Women in Africa as Creative Personalities: Musical Processing of Socio-Economic Solidarity. Journal of The Musical Arts in Africa 1 (1): 84-101.

Onyeji, Christian. 2005. The Impact of Multimedia on Popular Music in Nigeria. Muziki 2 (1): 21-25.

Pavlicevic, Mercédès. 2004. Taking Music Seriously: Sound Thoughts in the Newer South Africa. Muziki 1 (1): 3-19.

Ramsey, Guthrie P., Jr. 2003. Race Music: Black Cultures from Bebop to Hip-Hop. Music of the African Diaspora no. 7, edited by Samuel A. Floyd, Jr. Berkeley, Los Angeles, and London: University of California Press, xii + 281 pp. ISBN 0-520-21048-4,

Reed, Daniel B. 2005. "‘The Ge Is in the Church’ and ‘Our Parents are Playing Muslim’ : Performance, Identity, and Resistance among the Dan in Postcolonial Côte d’Ivoire.” Ethnomusicology 49 (3): 347-367.

Robertson, Mary. 2004. "‘Imagining Ourselves’: South African Music as a Vehicle for Negotiating White South African Identity.” Journal of The Musical Arts in Africa 1 (1): 128-137.

Titlestad, Michael. 2005. "Jazz Discourse and Black South African Modernity, with Special Reference to ‘Matshikese’.” American Ethnologist 32 (2): 210-221.

Vallejo, Polo. 2004. "Forme et texture polyphonique dans la musique des Wagogo de Tanzanie.” Formes musicales, Cahiers de musiques traditionnelles 17:49-63.

Viljoena, Martina. 2004. "Two Reflections on Urban Discourse: Holy-Hip as Social Symbolism.” Muziki 1 (1): 41-59.

Wiggins, Trevor. 2004. "Gérer le passage de la tradition à la modernité: Entretien avec J. H. Kwabena Nketia.” Formes musicales, Cahiers de musiques traditionnelles 17:315-337.


Adelt, Ulrich. 2005. "‘Hard to Say the Meaning’: Neil Young’s Enigmatic Songs of the 1970s.” Journal of Popular Music Studies 17 (2): 162-174.

Aikat, Debashis. 2004. "Violent Genres Online: Visual Images in Music Videos on BET.com, Country.com, MTV.com, and VH1.com.” Popular Music and Society 27 (2): 221-240.

Angert, Erica. 2001. "The State of Dance Research in Cuba.” Dance Research Worldwide: Cuba. Dance Research Journal 33 (1): 82-7.

Armstrong, Edward G. 2004. "Eminem’s Construction of Authenticity.” Popular Music and Society 27 (3): 335(21).

Ashline, William. 2002. "Clicky Aesthetics: Deleuze, Headphonics, and the Minimalist Assemblage of ‘Aberrations’.” Strategies: Journal of Theory, Culture, Politics 15 (1): 87-101.

Axtmann, Ann. 2001. "Performative Power in Native America: Powwow Dancing.” Dance Research Journal 33 (1): 7-22.

Baker, David. 2005. "Rock Rebels and Delinquents: the Emergence of the Rock Rebel in 1950s ‘Youth Problem’ Films.” Continuum 19 (1): 39-54.

Baker, Geoffrey. 2005. "¡Hip hop, Revolución! Nationalizing rap in Cuba.” Ethnomusicology 49 (3): 368-402.

Bates, Eliot. 2004. "Glitches, Bugs, and Hisses: The Degeneration of Musical Recordings and the Contemporary Musical Work.” In Bad Music: Music That You Love To Hate, edited by Chris Washburne and Maiken Derno, 275-293. New York: Routledge.

Benadon, Fernando . 2006. "Slicing the Beat: Jazz Eighth-Notes as Expressive Microrhythm.” Ethnomusicology 50 (1): 73-98.

Budasz, Rogério. 2006. "Of Cannibals and the Recycling of Otherness.” Music and Letters 87(1):1-15.

Burns, Gary. 2005. "The Wardrobe and the War.” Popular Music and Society 28 (1): 115-116.

Burns, Lori, and Alyssa Woods. 2004. "Authenticity, appropriation, signification: Tori Amos on gender, race, and violence in covers of Billie Holiday and Eminem.” Music Theory Online 10 (2).

Burns, Lori. 2005. "Feeling the Style: Vocal Gesture and Musical Expression in Billie Holiday, Bessie Smith, and Louis Armstrong.” Music Theory Online 11 (3).

Calhoun, Lindsay R. 2005. "‘Will the Real Slim Shady Please Stand Up?”: Masking Whiteness, Encoding Hegemonic Masculinity in Eminem’s Marshall Mathers LP.” Howard Journal of Communication 16 (4): 267-294.

Callahan, Jamie L. 2005. "‘Speaking a Secret Language’: West Coast Swing as a Community of Practice of Informal and Incidental Learners.” Research in Dance Education 6 (1/2): 3-23.

Carrington, Ben, and Brian Wilson. 2004. "Dance Nation: Rethinking Youth Subcultural Theory.” In After Subculture: Critical Studies of Contemporary Youth Culture, edited by Andy Bennett and Keith Kahn-Harris, 65-78. New York: Palgrave.

Carter, Dale. 2004. "‘What’s Still Left of My Memory’: Recovery and Reorientation in the Songs of Van Dyke Parks.” Popular Music and Society 27 (4): 387-405.

Cateforis, Theo. 2004. "Performing the Avant-Garde Groove: Devo and the WHITENESS of the New Wave.” American Music 22 (4): 564-588.

Citro, Silvia. 2005. "Ritual y espectáculo en la música indígena: El caso de los jóvenes toba del Chaco argentino.” Latin American Music Review 26 (2): 318-346.

Cohen, Norm. 2005. "The Forget-Me-Not Songsters and Their Role in the American Folksong Tradition.” American Music 23 (2): 137-219.

Cooper, B. Lee. 2005. "Ray Charles (1930–2004): Reflections on Legends.” Popular Music and Society 28 (1): 111-112.

Cowger, Kelsey. 2004. "Cultural Politics, Representation and the Music of Shaft.” voiceXchange 1 (1): 19-26. Includes "Response to Cowger,” by Jaime Jones: 27-29. http://music.uchicago.edu/gms/voicexchange/ (accessed October 25, 2007.

Cugny, Laurent. 2004. L’idée de forme dans le jazz. Formes musicales, Cahiers de musiques traditionnelles 17:143-160.

Cushing, James. 2005. "Prisoners in a World of Mystery: Bob Dylan and his Chronicler.” ARSC Journal 36 (1): 45-49.

Cushman, Gregory T. 2005. "¿De qué color es el oro? Race, Environment, and the History of Cuban National Music, 1898-1958.” Latin American Music Review 26 (2): 164-194.

Daynes, Sarah. 2004. Frontières, sens, attribution symbolique: Le cas du reggae. Formes musicales, Cahiers de musiques traditionnelles 17:119-141.

Duffett, Mark. 2004. "A ‘Strange Blooding in the Ways of Popular Culture’? Party at the Palace as Hegemonic Project.” Popular Music and Society 27 (4): 489-506.

Elliott, James Isaac. 2005. "From Demo to Hit: The Biography of Three Songs by Country Songwriter Tom Douglas.” Popular Music and Society 28 (1): 3-13.

faris, Marc. 2004. "‘That Chicago Sound’: Playing with (Local) Identity in Underground Rock.” Popular Music and Society 27 (4): 429-454.

Feldman, Heidi Carolyn. 2005. "The Black Pacific: Cuban and Brazilian Echoes in the Afro-Peruvian Revival.” Ethnomusicology 49 (2): 206-231.

Fox, Mark. 2004. "E-commerce Business Models for the Music Industry.” Popular Music and Society 27 (2): 201-220.

Fox, Mark A. and Paul Kochanowski. 2004. "Models of Superstardom: An Application of the Lotka and Yule Distributions.” Popular Music and Society 27 (4): 507-522.

Gaidmore, Jay, James Sam, Ryan Davis, and Anji Cornette. 2005. "The Voice of Virginia: The WRVA Sound Collection Preservation Project.” ARSC Journal 36 (2): 204-213.

Garabedian, Steven. 2005. "Reds, Whites, and the Blues: Lawrence Gellert, ‘Negro Songs of Protest’, and the Leftwing Folksong Revival of the 1930s and 1940s.” American Quartery 57 (1): 179-206.

Garcia, Luis-Manuel. 2005. "On and on: Repetition as process and pleasure in electronic dance music.” Music Theory Online 11 (4).

Gerischer, Christiane. 2006. "O suingue baiano: Rhythmic Feeling and Microrhythmic Phenomena in Brazilian Percussion.” Ethnomusicology 50 (1): 99-119.

González Rodríguez, Juan Pablo. 2005. "The Making of a Social History of Popular Music in Chile: Problems, Methods, and Results.” Latin American Music Review 26 (2): 248-272. Gonzalez

Gunkel, Ann Hetzel. 2004. The Polka Alternative: Polka as Counterhegemonic Ethnic Practice.” Popular Music and Society 27 (4): 407-427.

Hancock, Black Hawk, 2005. "Steppin’ Out of Whiteness.” Ethnography 6 (4): 427-461.

Hardin, James. 2003. "The Archive of Folk Culture at 75: A National Project with Many Workers.” Folkife Center News 25 (2): 3-13. http://www.loc.gov/folklife/archive.html.

Harker, Brian. 2003. "Louis Armstrong and the Clarinet.” American Music 21 (2): 137-158.

Hess, Mickey. 2005. "Hip-hop Realness and the White Performer.” Critical Studies in Media Communication. 22 (5): 372-389.

Hibbett, Ryan. 2005. "What Is Indie Rock?” Popular Music and Society 28 (1): 55-77.

Hutchinson, Sydney . "Merengue Tipico in Santiago and New York: Transnational Regionalism in a Neo-Traditional Dominican Music.” Ethnomusicology 50 (1): 37-72.

Inglis, Ian. 2003. "’some Kind of Wonderful’: The Creative Legacy of the Brill Building.” American Music 21 (2): 214-235.

Inglis, Ian. 2004. A Brief Life: Broken Hearts and Sudden Deaths.” Popular Music and Society 27 (4): 477-488.

John, Suki. 2001. "Modern Dance in Contemporary Cuba.” Dance Research Worldwide: Cuba. Dance Research Journal 33 (1): 87-9.

Jones, Steve, and Amanda Lenhart. 2004. Music Downloading and Listening: Findings from the Pew Internet and American Life Project.” Popular Music and Society 27 (2): 185-199.

Katz, Marco. 2005. "Salsa Criticism at the Turn of the Century: Identity Politics and Authenticity.” Popular Music and Society 28 (1): 35-54.

King, Stephen A. 2004. Blues Tourism in the Mississippi Delta: The Functions of Blues Festivals.” Popular Music and Society 27 (4): 455-475.

Kimsey, John. 2005. "‘One Parchman Farm or Another’: Mose Allison, Irony and Racial Formation.” Journal of Popular Music Studies 17 (2): 105-132.

Kinzer, Charles, 2002. "‘Just a Little While to Stay Here’: Louis Armstrong and the Brass Bands of New Orleans.” AMRC Journal 12:11-23.

Kun, Josh. 2004. "What Is an MC If He Can’t Rap to Banda? Making Music in Nuevo L.A.” American Quartery 56 (3): 741-758.

Lawrence, Ava. 2005. "Rosetta Reitz: Rediscovering Women in Jazz & Blues.” ARSC Journal 36 (1): 214-23.

Lena, Jennifer C. 2004. "Meaning and Membership: Samples in Rap Music, 1979 to 1995.” Special issue, Music in Society: The Sociological Agenda, Poetics 32 (34): 297-310.

Luhr, Eileen. 2005. "Metal Missionaries to the Nation: Christian Heavy Metal Music, ‘Family Values’, and Youth Culture, 1984-1994.” American Quartery 57 (1): 103-128.

Macdonald, Raymond, and Graeme Wilson. 2005. "Musical Identities of Professional Jazz Musicians: A Focus Group Investigation.” Psychology of Music 33 (4): 395-417.

Macias, Anthony F. 2004. "Bringing Music to the People: Race, Urban Culture, and Municipal Politics in Postwar Los Angeles.” American Quartery 56 (3): 693-717.

Madrid, Alejandro L. 2005. "Imagining Modernity, Revising Tradition: Nor-tec Music in Tijuana and Other Borders.” Popular Music and Society 28(5): 595-618.

Marshall, Wayne. 2005. "Hearing Hip-hop’s Jamaican Accent.” Institute for Studies in American Music Newsletter 34 (2): 8-9, 14-15.

Mazullo, Mark. 2005. "Remembering Pop: David Lynch and the sound of the ’60s.” American Music 23 (4): 493-513.

McIntosh, Heather. 2004. "Music Video Forerunners in Early Television Programming: A Look at WCPO-TV’s Innovations and Contributions in the 1950s.” Popular Music and Society 27 (3): 259-272.

McKnight, Mark. 2005. "Charivaris, Cowbellions, and Sheet Iron Bands: Nineteenth-Century Rough Music in New Orleans.” American Music 23 (4): 407-425.

Mihelich, John, and John Papineau. 2005. "Parrotheads in Margaritaville: Fan Practice, Oppositional Culture, and Embedded Cultural Resistance in Buffett Fandom.” Journal of Popular Music Studies 17 (2): 175-202.

Miller, Rebecca S. 2005. "Performing Ambivalence: The Case of Quadrille Music and Dance in Carriacou, Grenada.” Ethnomusicology 49 (3): 403-440.

Moore, Ryan. 2005. "Alternative to What? Subcultural Capital and the Commercialization of a Music Scene.” Deviant Behavior 26:229-52.

Nelson, Michael. 2004. New Sinatras: Swing, Swagger, and Sadness.” Popular Music and Society 27 (4): 523-531.

Newlyn, Andrea K. 2004. "The Power to Change: Gender Essentialism, Identity Politics, and the Judds.” Popular Music and Society 27 (3): 273-290.

Oakdale, Suzanne. 2004. "The Culture-Conscious Brazilian Indian: Representing and Reworking Indianness in Kayabi Political Discourse.” American Ethnologist 31 (1): 60-75.

Oliveros, Pauline. 2004. "Tripping On Wires: The Wireless Body: Who is Improvising?.” Critical Studies in Improvisation 1 (1). PDF file. http://journal.lib.uoguelph.ca/index.php/csieci/ (accessed June 21, 2010).

Ott, Brian L., and Bill D. Herman. 2003. "Mixed Messages: Resistance and Reappropriation in Rave Culture.” Western Journal of Communication 67 (3): 249-270.

Perkinson, James W. 2005. Shamanism, Racism, and Hip-Hop Culture: Essays on White Supremacy and Black Subversion. Black Religion, Womanist Thought, Social Justice. New York: Palgrave-Macmillan. 272 p. ISBN: 978-1-4039-6786-2, ISBN10: 1-4039-6786-5.

Pérgamo, Ana María Locatelli de. 2005. "Recordando â Isabel Aretz (13/04/1909-01/06/2005).” Latin American Music Review 26 (2): 158-163. Pergamo

Plasketes, George. 2005. "Warren Zevon (1947–2003). The Grim and Grin Reaper in the Songwriters’ Neighborhood: From A to Zevon.” Popular Music and Society 28 (1): 95-109.

Ramsey, Guthrie P., Jr. 2004. "The Pot Liquor Principle: Developing a Black Music Criticism in American Music Studies.” American Music 22 (2): p284-295.

Rasmussen, Anne K. 2004. "Mainstreaming American Musical Multiculturalism.” American Music 22 (2): 296-309.

Rischar, Richard. 2004. "A Vision of love: Etiquette of Vocal Ornamentation in African-American Popular Ballads of the Early 1990’s.” American Music 22 (3): 407-443.

Robinson, Michael G., and Timothy K. Winkle. 2004. "The Innocents Abroad: S Club 7’s America.” Popular Music and Society 27 (3): 291-305.

Robinson, Jason. 2005. "The Challenge of the Changing Same: The Jazz Avant-Garde of the 1960s, the Black Aesthetic and the Black Arts Movement.” Critical Studies in Improvisation 1 (2). PDF file. http://journal.lib.uoguelph.ca/index.php/csieci/ (accessed June 22, 2010).

Sanjek, David. 2005. "Do you Wanna Dance? Historical Narratives and American Popular Music.” American Quartery 57 (4): 1189-1200.

Schechter, John M. 2005. "A Tribute to Gerard Béhague.” Latin American Music Review 26 (2): 143-157.

Sinnreich, Aram. 2005. "All That Jazz Was: Remembering the Mainstream Avant-Garde.” American Quartery 57 (2): 561-572.

Sklaroff, Lauren Rebecca. 2004. "Variety for the servicemen: The Jubilee show and the paradox of racializing radio during World War II.” American Quartery 56 (4): 945-973.

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Besnier, Niko. 2002. "Transgenderism, Locality, and the Miss Galaxy Beauty Pageant in Tonga.” American Ethnologist 29 (3): 534-566.

Booth, Greg. 2005. "Pandits in the Movies: Contesting the Identity of Hindustani Classical Music and Musicians in the Hindi Popular Cinema.” Asian Music 36 (1): 60-86.

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Chen, Pi-Yen. 2005. "Buddhist Chant, Devotional Song, and Commercial Popular Music : From Ritual to Rock Mantra.” Ethnomusicology 49 (2): 266-286.

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Lancashire, Terence. 2004. "The Kagura Dance: Variation and the Problem of Representation in Iwami Kagura.” Special issue, Japanese Musical Traditions, the world of music 46 (2): 47-78.

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Lau, Frederick. 2005. "Entertaining ‘Chineseness’: Chinese Singing Clubs in Contemporary Bangkok.” Visual Anthropology 18 (2/3): 143-166.

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