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Ethnomusicology Books

"Right Makes Might"

Wolfgang Mieder

#WWE

Dru Jeffries

Abidjan USA

Daniel B. Reed

Advancing Folkloristics

Jesse A. Fivecoate, Kristina Downs, Meredith A. E. McGriff, Margaret A. Mills, Kay Turner, Andrea Kitta, Jeanmarie Rouhier-Willoughby, Cory W. Thorne, Guillermo De Los Reyes, Solimar Otero, Gregory Hansen, Betty J. Belanus, Phyllis M. May-Machunda, Anthony Guest-Scott, Anika Wilson, Wanda G. Addison, Debra Lattanzi Shutika, Lynne S. McNeill, Trevor J. Blank, Norma Elia Cantú

African Cinema and Human Rights

Mette Hjort, Eva Jørholt

The Afterlives of Kathleen Collins

L. H. Stallings

The American Midwest in Film and Literature

Adam R. Ochonicky

Animation Behind the Iron Curtain

Eleanor Cowen

Antisemitism in Film Comedy in Nazi Germany

Valerie Weinstein

Arctic Cinemas and the Documentary Ethos

Lilya Kaganovsky, Scott MacKenzie, Anna Westerstahl Stenport

Beasts of the Deep

Jon Hackett, Seán Harrington

Becoming Clara Schumann

Alexander Stefaniak

Beyoncé

Martin Iddon, Melanie L. Marshall, Emily J. Lordi, Will Fulton, Lisa Colton, Julia Cox, Jaap Kooijman, Omise’eke Natasha Tinsley, Eduardo Viñuela, Mary Fogarty Woehrel, Áine Mangaoang, Melissa Avdeeff

The Birth of a Nation

Michael T. Martin

Black Lives Matter and Music

Fernando Orejuela, Stephanie Shonekan, Portia K. Maultsby, Fernando Orejuela, Stephanie Shonekan, Langston Collin Wilkins, Alison Martin, Denise Dalphond

Boats on the Marne

Prakash Younger

Charlie Chaplin's Own Story

Harry M. Geduld

Children's Home Musical Experiences Across the World

Beatriz Ilari, Susan Young, Susan Young, Beatriz Ilari, Jessica Perez-Moreno, Claudia Gluschankof, Caroline Brendel Pacheco, Elizabeth Achieng' Andang'o, Theano Koutsoupidou, Diane Persellin, Sheila Catherine Woodward, Chee-Hoo Lum

Chinese Folklore Studies Today

Lijun Zhang, Ziying You

The Cinema of Sara Gómez

Susan Lord, Inés María Martiatu Terry, Lourdes Martínez-Echazábal, Odette Casamayor-Cisneros, Sergio Giral, María Caridad Cumaná, Víctor Fowler Calzada, Luis García Mesa, Devyn Spence Benson, Rigoberto López, Joshua Malitsky, Ana Serra, Iván Arocha Montes de Oca, Ricardo Acosta, Alan West-Durán, Sandra Abd’Allah-Alvarez Ramírez

The Cinema of the Soviet Thaw

Lida Oukaderova

Cinema, Nation, and Empire in Uzbekistan, 1919-1937

Cloe Drieu, Adrian Morfee

Cinesthesia

Garrett Stewart

Contemporary Korean Shamanism

Liora Sarfati

Corporeality in Early Cinema

Marina Dahlquist, Doron Galili, Jan Olsson, Valentine Robert

Cosmopolitan Film Cultures in Latin America, 1896-1960

Rielle Navitski, Nicolas Poppe, Juan Sebastian Ospina Leon, Giorgio Bertellini, Sarah Wells, Andrea Cuarterolo, Ignacio M. Sanchez Prado, Jason Borge, Irene Rozsa, Colin Gunckel, Diana Norton

Culture and Value

Regina F. Bendix

Descended from Hercules

Robert A. Rushing

Desire After Dark

Andrew J. Owens

The Digital Frontier

Sangeet Kumar

Discovering Lost Films of Georges Méliès in fin-de-siècle Flip Books (1896–1901)

Thierry Lecointe, Pascal Fouché, Robert Byrne, Pamela Hutchinson

The Disney Fetish

Seán J. Harrington

Documentary Across Platforms

Patricia R. Zimmermann

Dolly Parton, Gender, and Country Music

Leigh H. Edwards

Early Cinema in Asia

Nick Deocampo, Charles Musser, Stephen Bottomore, Aaron Gerow, Wimal Dissanayake, Nadi Tofighian, Ritsu Yamamoto, Shahin Parhami, P. K. Nair, Hassan Abdul Muthalib, Daw-Ming Lee, Anchalee Chaiworaporn, Tilman Baumgartel, Wai-ming Law

Ewva

Laura Leuzzi, Elaine Shemilt, Stephen Partridge

Ex-Centric Migrations

Hakim Abderrezak

The Expressive Lives of Elders

Jon Kay

Faces of Tradition in Chinese Performing Arts

Levi S. Gibbs

Faked in China

Fan Yang

Fatih Akin's Cinema and the New Sound of Europe

Berna Gueneli

Feeling Normal

F. Hollis Griffin

Film, Fashion, and the 1960s

Eugenia Paulicelli, Drake Stutesman, Louise Wallenberg, Stella Bruzzi, Pamela Church Gibson, Marilyn A. Cohen, Pat Kirkham, Ronald Gregg, Amy Herzog, Anupama Kapse, Nick Rees-Roberts, Astrid Söderbergh Widding, Adriana Berselli

The Flaherty

Patricia R. Zimmermann, Scott MacDonald

Flash Flaherty

Scott MacDonald, Patricia R. Zimmermann, Julia Tulke

Folk Art and Aging

Jon Kay

Folk Literati, Contested Tradition, and Heritage in Contemporary China

Ziying You

Folk Masters

Tom Pich, Barry Bergey

Folklore in the United States and Canada

Patricia Sawin, Rosemary Levy Zumwalt

For the Love of Cinema

Rashna Wadia Richards, David T. Johnson, Robert B. Ray, Amelie Hastie, Thomas Leitch, Tracy Cox-Stanton, Kalling Heck, Cristina Alvarez-Lopez, Adrian Martin, Kristi McKim, Steven Rybin, Allison Whitney, Lisa Patti, Andrew Utterson, Timothy Yenter

Game Time

Christopher Hanson

Gaming Representation

Jennifer Malkowski, TreaAndrea M. Russworm, Anna Everett, Braxton Soderman, Jennifer deWinter, Carly Kocurek, Nina B. Huntemann, Gabrielle Trepanier-Jobin, Irene Chien, Soraya Murray, Rachael Hutchinson, Lisa Patti, Bonnie Ruberg, Jordan Wood, Edmond Y. Chang, Lisa Nakamura

Gaming Utopia

Claudia Costa Pederson

The Generic Closet

Alfred L. Martin Jr.

Global Mountain Regions

Ann Kingsolver, Sasikumar Balasundaram

Global Perspectives on Amateur Film Histories and Cultures

Masha Salazkina, Enrique Fibla

Globalizing Music Education

Alexandra Kertz-Welzel

The Gnawa Lions

Christopher Witulski

Grand Theory in Folkloristics

Lee Haring

Handbook for Folklore and Ethnomusicology Fieldwork

Lisa Gilman, John Fenn

Happily Ever After

Catherine M. Roach

Hip Hop at Europe's Edge

Adriana N. Helbig, Milosz Miszczynski, Adriana N. Helbig, Milosz Miszczynski, Gentian Elezi, Elona Toska, Jasmin Mujanovic, Philip Ewell, Alexandra Baladina, Goran Music, Predrag Vukcevic, John Peter Butler Barrer, Triin Vallaste, Przemyslaw Tomaszewski, Nicholas Tochka, Alexandre Gontchar, Nuran Erol Isik, Murat Can Basaran, Michal Ruzicka, Alena Kajanova, Veronika Zvanovcova, Tomas Mrhalek, Aimar Ventsel, Eleanor Peers, Irena Sentevska, Anna Oravcova, Todd Craig

Hollywood Goes Latin

María de las Carreras, Jan-Christopher Horak

Household Horror

Marc Olivier

Humble Theory

Dorothy Noyes

The Image in Early Cinema

Scott Curtis, Philippe Gauthier, Tom Gunning, Joshua Yumibe

Impulse to Act

Othon Alexandrakis, Jessica Greenberg, Eirine Avramapoulou, Irene Peano, James D. Faubion, Neni Panourgia, Tania Ahmad, Cymene Howe, Petra Rethmann, John Postill, Marianne Maeckelbergh, Alex Khasnabish, Athanasiou Athena

The Institutionalization of Educational Cinema

Marina Dahlquist, Joel Frykholm

InsUrgent Media from the Front

Chris Robé, Stephen Charbonneau

Introduction to Documentary, Third Edition

Bill Nichols

The Invention of Robert Bresson

Colin Burnett

Is Birdsong Music?

Hollis Taylor, Philip Kitcher

Italian Ecocinema Beyond the Human

Elena Past

Josephine Baker's Cinematic Prism

Terri Simone Francis

Jumping the Color Line

Susie Trenka

Jón Leifs and the Musical Invention of Iceland

Árni Heimir Ingólfsson

The Kinetoscope

Richard Brown, Barry Anthony

The Life of the Author

Sarah Kozloff

London's Arts Labs and the 60s Avant-Garde

David Curtis

Lou Harrison

Bill Alves, Brett Campbell, Mark Morris

Main Street Movies

Martin L. Johnson

Making Intangible Heritage

Valdimar Hafstein

The Making of a Reform Jewish Cantor

Judah M. Cohen

Mary Ellen Bute

Kit Smyth Basquin

Media in Postapartheid South Africa

Sean Jacobs

The Michiana Potters

Meredith A. E. McGriff

Migrant Anxieties

Aine O’Healy

A Million Pictures

Sarah Dellmann, Frank Kessler

Moravian Soundscapes

Sarah Justina Eyerly

Mothers, Comrades, and Outcasts in East German Women's Film

Jennifer L. Creech

Motor City Movie Culture, 1916-1925

Richard Abel

The Mouse and the Myth

Dorene Koehler

Movement and Performance in Berlin School Cinema

Olivia Landry

Movies, Songs, and Electric Sound

Charles O’Brien

Music and the Armenian Diaspora

Sylvia Angelique Alajaji

Music in Arabia

Issa Boulos, Virginia Danielson, Anne K. Rasmussen, Scheherazade Hassan, Ghazi al-Mulaifi, Jean Lambert, Ahmad AlSalhi, Aisha Bilkhair, Yassine Ayari, Majid H. al-Harthy, Kay Hardy Campbell, Khalid Albudoor, Anne van Oostrum, Musallam al-Kathiri, George Mürer, David A. McDonald, Ruth M. Stone

Music in the American Diasporic Wedding

Inna Naroditskaya

Music of Azerbaijan

Aida Huseynova

The Music of Central Asia

Theodore Levin, Saida Daukeyeva, Elmira Köchümkulova

Music, Education, and Religion

Alexis Anja Kallio, Philip Alperson, Heidi Westerlund

Oliver Mtukudzi

Jennifer W. Kyker

Orson Welles in Focus

James N. Gilmore, Sidney Gottlieb, James Naremore, Catherine Benamou, Vincent Longo, James Naremore, Marguerite Rippy, Craig Simpson, Matthew Solomon, Francois Thomas, Shawn VanCour

Performing Tsarist Russia in New York

Natalie K. Zelensky

Pink 2.0

Noah A. Tsika

Pleading the Blood

Christopher Sieving

Power Misses II

David E. James

Profit Margins

Jeremy Groskopf

Provenance and Early Cinema

Joanne Bernardi, Paolo Cherchi Usai, Tami Williams, Joshua Yumibe, Camille Blot-Wellens, Germain Lacasse, Grazia Ingravalle, Ian Christie, Noemi Daugaard, Olivia Kristina Stutz, Priska Morrissey, Clara Auclair, Teresa Castro, Anne Sigaud, Ned Thanhouser, Bret Vukoder, Mark Williams, Richard Abel, Patrick Ellis, Allain Daigle, Danielle Crepaldi Carvalho, Martin L. Johnson, Marina Dahlquist, Nadi Tofighian, Gregory A. Waller, André Habib, Ken Eisenstein, Eszter Polonyi, Charles Keil, Christina Stewart, Christina Corfield, Norie Taniguchi, Kim Tomadjoglou, Barbara Flueckiger

Provocauteurs and Provocations

Maria San Filippo

Queering Drag

Meredith Heller

Race and the Revolutionary Impulse in The Spook Who Sat by the Door

Michael T. Martin, David C. Wall, Marilyn Yaquinto, Christine A. Acham, Samantha N. Sheppard, Sam Greenlee

Radical Documentary and Global Crises

Ryan Watson

Radical Documentary and Global Crises

Ryan Watson

Rebuilding an Enlightened World

Bill Ivey

Reciprocal Ethnography and the Power of Women's Narratives

Elaine J. Lawless

Reclaiming Popular Documentary

Christie Milliken, Steve F. Anderson, Ezra Winton, Patricia Aufderheide, Zoë Druick, Devon Coutts, Sabiha Ahmad Khan, Anthony Kinik, Michael Brendan Baker, Allison de Fren, Jonathan Kahana, Shilyh Warren, S. Topiary Landberg, Landon Palmer, Dylan Nelson, Alexandra Juhasz, Rick Prelinger, George S. Larke-Walsh

Religious Television and Pious Authority in Pakistan

Taha Kazi

Representing Islam

Kamaludeen Mohamed Nasir

Rethinking Testimonial Cinema in Postdictatorship Argentina

Veronica Garibotto

Rethinking Virtual Places

Erik M. Champion

Roger Sandall's Films and Contemporary Anthropology

Lorraine Mortimer

Roots of the New Arab Film

Roy Armes

Russia's Theatrical Past

Claudia R. Jensen, Ingrid Maier, Stepan Shamin, Daniel C. Waugh

Russian Composers Abroad

Elena Dubinets

Screening the Stage

Steven Neale

Featured New Books

Three Loves for Three Oranges

Gozzi, Meyerhold, Prokofiev

Edited by Dassia N. Posner and Kevin Bartig

With Maria De Simone

In 1921, Sergei Prokofiev's Love for Three Oranges—one of the earliest, most famous examples of modernist opera—premiered in Chicago. Prokofiev's source was a 1913 theatrical divertissement by Vsevolod Meyerhold, who, in turn, took inspiration from Carlo Gozzi's 1761 commedia dell'arteinfused theatrical fairy tale. Only by examining these whimsical, provocative works together can we understand the full significance of their intertwined lineage.

With contributions from 17 distinguished scholars in theater, art history, Italian, Slavic studies, and musicology, Three Loves for Three Oranges: Gozzi, Meyerhold, Prokofiev illuminates the historical development of Modernism in the arts, the ways in which commedia dell'arte's self-referential and improvisatory elements have inspired theater and music innovations, and how polemical playfulness informs creation.

A resource for scholars and theater lovers alike, this collection of essays, paired with new translations of Love for Three Oranges, charts the transformations and transpositions that this fantastical tale underwent to provoke theatrical revolutions that still reverberate today.

Russian Composers Abroad

How They Left, Stayed, Returned

by Elena Dubinets

As waves of composers migrated from Russia in the 20th century, they grappled with the complex struggle between their own traditions and those of their adopted homes.

Russian Composers Abroad explores the self-identity of these émigrés, especially those who left from the 1970s on, and how aspects of their diasporic identities played out in their music. Elena Dubinets provides a journey through the complexities of identity formation and cultural production under globalization and migration, elucidating sociological perspectives of the post-Soviet world that have caused changes in composers' outlooks, strategies, and rankings.

Russian Composers Abroad is an illuminating study of creative ideas that are often shaped by the exigencies of financing and advancement rather than just by the vision of the creators and the demands of the public.

Music in Arabia

Perspectives on Heritage, Mobility, and Nation

Edited by Issa BoulosVirginia Danielson and Anne K. Rasmussen

Music in Arabia extends and challenges existing narratives of the region's distinctive but understudied music to reveal diverse and dynamic music cultures rooted in centuries-old heritage.

Contributors to Music in Arabia bring a critical eye and ear to the contemporary soundscape, musical life, and expressive culture in the Gulf region. Including work by leading scholars and local authorities, this collection presents fresh perspectives and new research addressing why musical expression is fundamental to the area's diverse, transnational communities. The volume also examines music circulation as a commodity, such as with the production of early recordings, the transnational music industry, the context of the Arab Spring, and the region's popular music markets. As a bonus, readers can access a linked website containing audiovisual examples of the music, dance, and expressive culture introduced throughout the book.

With the work of resident scholars and heritage practitioners in conversation with that of researchers from the United States and Europe, Music in Arabia offers both context and content to clarify how music articulates identity and nation among multiethnic, multiracial, and multinational populations.

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Publishing since 1977, Indiana Theory Review provides a venue for creative and imaginative articles on music theory, a forum for the thoughtful exchange of ideas and directions in the field through letters and editorial comments, and an opportunity for review of books and periodicals dealing with a variety of music subjects. Each semiannual, peer-reviewed issue showcases the basic philosophy of sound scholarship and high-quality performance as the hallmarks of superior music education. Indiana Theory Review is sponsored by Indiana University’s Jacobs School of Music, its Department of Music Theory, and the Graduate Theory Association.

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Philosophy of Music Education Review features philosophical research in music education for an international community of scholars, artists, and teachers. It includes articles that address philosophical or theoretical issues relevant to education, including reflections on current practice, research issues or questions, reform initiatives, philosophical writings, theories, the nature and scope of education and its goals and purposes, and cross-disciplinary dialogue relevant to the interests of music educators.

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Historical Performance is a peer-reviewed journal that focuses on the practical, performance side of musicological research. Extending from the middle ages to the early-twentieth century, we examine the complexities inherent between the historical evidence of the sources—theory—and what we can adduce about the more ephemeral realizations of performance—practice—then and now.

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Jazz Education in Research and Practice explores diverse topics of jazz scholarship and its applications to pedagogy. The journal provides a forum for interaction and exchange between researchers and practitioners grounded in scholarship. It was developed by and is an extension of the Jazz Education Network Research Interest Group (JENRing) founded in 2014 under the umbrella of the Jazz Education Network (JEN). The journal aims to be inclusive of a wide range of perspectives, from musicology to cultural studies, from psychology to business, that can be applied in the field. In this respect, the editors particularly welcome articles that provide models, resources, and effective techniques for the teaching and learning of the art form.

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