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Transforming Ethnomusicology Volume II : Political Social and Ecological Issues

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  • Author:
    DIAMOND Beverley / EL-SHAWAN CASTELO-BRANCO
  • ISBN:
    9780197517567
  • Publication Date:
    30/09/2021
  • Edition:
    1
  • Pages:
    272
  • Binding:
    Paperback
  • Publisher:
    Oxford University Press
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Transforming Ethnomusicology Volume II : Political Social and Ecological Issues
Transforming Ethnomusicology Volume II : Political Social and Ecological Issues

Transforming Ethnomusicology Volume II : Political Social and Ecological Issues

Regular price $85.99
Unit price
per
  • Author:
    DIAMOND Beverley / EL-SHAWAN CASTELO-BRANCO
  • ISBN:
    9780197517567
  • Publication Date:
    30/09/2021
  • Edition:
    1
  • Pages:
    272
  • Binding:
    Paperback
  • Publisher:
    Oxford University Press
  • Country of Publication:
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    For decades, ethnomusicologists across the world have considered how to affect positive change for the communities they work with. Through illuminating case studies and reflections by a diverse array of scholars and practitioners, Transforming Ethnomusicology aims to both expand dialogues about social engagement within ethnomusicology and, at the same time, transform how we understand ethnomusicology as a discipline.

    The second volume of Transforming Ethnomusicology takes as a point of departure the recognition that colonial and environmental damages are grounded in historical and institutional failures to respect the land and its peoples. Featuring Indigenous and other perspectives from Brazil, North America, Australia, Africa, and Europe this volume critically engages with how ethnomusicologists can support marginalised communities in sustaining their musical knowledge and threatened geographies.

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For decades, ethnomusicologists across the world have considered how to affect positive change for the communities they work with. Through illuminating case studies and reflections by a diverse array of scholars and practitioners, Transforming Ethnomusicology aims to both expand dialogues about social engagement within ethnomusicology and, at the same time, transform how we understand ethnomusicology as a discipline.

The second volume of Transforming Ethnomusicology takes as a point of departure the recognition that colonial and environmental damages are grounded in historical and institutional failures to respect the land and its peoples. Featuring Indigenous and other perspectives from Brazil, North America, Australia, Africa, and Europe this volume critically engages with how ethnomusicologists can support marginalised communities in sustaining their musical knowledge and threatened geographies.