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  • "6/8 rhythm" Meets "lova-tsofina": Experiencing Malagasy Music 

    Fuhr, Jenny (University of Exeter, 2011)
    This paper argues for the importance of integrating musical practices into ethnomusicological research. Despite an ongoing debate about the need for a more performative approach (e.g., Baily, 2008), there are still only ...
  • Editorial 

    MAiA Editorial Team (University of Exeter, 2011)
    We are delighted to present the first in what we anticipate to be a long line of Music and Arts in Action 'special issues' that referee, document and discuss innovative work presented at international conferences and ...
  • Editorial 

    MAiA Editorial Team (University of Exeter, 2011)
    We are delighted to present the first in what we anticipate to be a long line of Music and Arts in Action 'special issues' that referee, document and discuss innovative work presented at international conferences and ...
  • Music and Migration: A Transnational Approach 

    Kiwan, Nadia; Meinhof, Ulrike Hanna (University of Exeter, 2011)
    This special issue on the theme of Music and Migration addresses the highly topical theme of migration and the vitality of “cultural diasporas” through the prism of migrating musicians and migrating musical forms. All nine ...
  • Music of the Multiethnic Minority: A Postnational Perspective 

    Knudsen, Jan Sverre (University of Exeter, 2011)
    This article examines implications of a postnational perspective on the music of minorities. As an example, the musical practices of a multiethnic hip-hop group in Norway are discussed with reference to musicological, ...
  • Representing an "Authentic Ethnic Identity": Experiences of Sub-Saharan African Musicians in an Eastern German City 

    Carstensen-Egwuom, Inken (University of Exeter, 2011)
    This paper focuses on how Sub-Saharan Africans present themselves as musicians in Chemnitz, an Eastern German town of around 200,000 citizens that is situated on the periphery of existing immigrant musicians' networks in ...
  • Salsa/Bhangra: Transnational Rhythm Cultures in Comparative Perspective 

    Kabir, Ananya Jahanara (University of Exeter, 2011)
    The dance-music complexes known as “Salsa” and “Bhangra” have not been subjected to any comparative academic scrutiny, despite clear parallels in their respective histories as cultural processes born out of multiple ruptures ...
  • Singing a New Song? Transnational Migration, Methodological Nationalism and Cosmopolitan Perspectives 

    Schiller, Nina Glick; Meinhof, Ulrike Hanna (University of Exeter, 2011)
    The question posed by this article is how all of us - scholars, musicians, citizens of the world can step out of the migrant/native divide and still leave room to study and theorize creative processes that bring together ...
  • Transnational Ties and Local Involvement: North African Musicians In and Beyond London 

    Gibert, Marie-Pierre (University of Exeter, 2011)
    By following the life trajectories and networks of various North African artists principally based in the United Kingdom and in France, it becomes apparent that a common phenomenon amongst migrant musicians is that they ...
  • Understanding Dislocal Urban Subcultures: The Example of the Hardcore Scene, from Tokyo and Beyond 

    Mueller, Alain (University of Exeter, 2011)
    This article examines, through several ethnographic examples taken from my empirical multi-sited fieldwork, the logics and the mechanisms of the global circulation of a specific music-based "youth subculture": hardcore ...
  • When Migration Ends, When Music Ceases 

    Bohlman, Philip Vilas (University of Exeter, 2011)
    The different processes and sites of intersection between music and mobility are crucial to the ways in which the potential for music to form what the following article calls "aesthetic agency". Music's aesthetic agency ...