Music and Gender Perspectives from the Mediterranean
Edition: 74th 2003
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Description: The contributors explore the intimate relationships between music & gender, across the wide range of cultures around the Mediterranean. Essays examine musical behaviour as representation, assertion, & transgression of gender identities, compare gender roles & discuss issues of ethnicity & religion.
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List price: $34.00
Copyright year: 2003
Publisher: University of Chicago Press
Publication date: 6/15/2003
Size: 6.25" wide x 9.00" long x 1.00" tall
|Introduction: Studying Gender in Mediterranean Musical Cultures|
|A Man's Game? Engendered Song and the Changing Dynamics of Musical Activity in|
|Body and Voice: The Construction of Gender in|
|Those "Other Women": Dance and Femininity among|
|The Gender of the Profession: Music, Dance, and Reputation among Balkan Muslim|
|Come into Play: Dance, Music, and Gender in Three Calabrian Festivals|
|The Female Dervish and Other Shady Ladies of|
|Archivists of Memory: Written Folksong Collections of Twentieth-Century Sephardi Women|
|Representations and Female Roles in the Raiuml|
|Poetry as a Strategy of Power: The Case of Riffian Berber Women|
|Nashat: The Gender of Musical Celebration in|
|On Religion, Gender, and Performing: Female Performers and Repentance in Egypt|
|Male, Female, and Beyond the Culture and Music of Roma in|
|The Tearful Public Sphere: Turkey's "Sun of Art,"|
|"And She Sang a New Song": Gender and Music on the Sacred Landscapes of the Mediterranean|
|List of Contributors|