Official journal of the Society for Ethnomusicology
Ethnomusicology is the premier publication in the field. Its scholarly articles represent current theoretical perspectives and research in ethnomusicology and related fields, while playing a central role in expanding the discipline in the United States and abroad. As the official journal of the Society for Ethnomusicology, Ethnomusicology is aimed at a diverse audience of musicologists, anthropologists, folklorists, cultural studies scholars, musicians, and others, this inclusive journal also features book, recording, film, video, and multimedia reviews. Peer-reviewed by the Society’s international membership, Ethnomusicology has been published three times a year since the 1950s.
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America's Bluegrass Ambassador to the World
Bill C. Malone
A Manifesto for Digital Abolition
Jack Linchuan Qiu
Hackers, Data, and Code
Women, Music, and the Spoken Word
Marian Wilson Kimber
Singing, Shouting, and the Shadow of Minstrelsy
Activism and a Hunger Called Theater
Dia Da Costa
Art from Amazonian Ecuador
Dorothea S. Whitten and Norman E. Whitten Jr.
The wrong place for the Right people
Barney Josephson with Terry Trilling-Josephson
Music, Biography, Identity
Edited by Ruth Hellier