Ethnomusicology Review, Volume 22, issue 2 (2020)

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Welcome to Volume 22, issue 2 of Ethnomusicology Review! We open with a timely invited essay by Rachel Mundy, which examines the presence of a musical zoopolitics in the popular considerations of...

Invited Articles

Death is everywhere and nowhere. Counting death has become a national pastime as the number of COVID-19 related deaths in the United States climb past 200,000, 250,000 and upwards on the daily news...


Lalingedan ni vuvu namaya tua qaunLalingedan ni vuvu namaya tua luseq……Lalingedan sini pu’eljan nu talimuzav a’uvarunLalingedan nulemangeda’en mapaqenetje tua...
E. M. Forster’s colonial novel A Passage to India is brimming with music, though almost exclusively Western styles. Even as one might expect some mention of Indian music within this volume...
Straight lines are arranged on a page in landscape format, marking themselves out from each other at their junction point: vertical and horizontal lines, some obliques. They're organized...
 This book is the culmination of decades of work on Hip Hop culture and Hip Hop activism in South Africa. It speaks to the emergence and development of a unique style of Hip Hop on the Cape...

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Samuel Lamontagne
Managing Editor
Tyler Yamin
Technical Editor
Ming-Ching Chiu
Managing Editor (Sounding Board)
Lucas Avidan
Associate Editors
Ben Cosgrove
Andrea Decker
Ewdin Porras
Max Nikol
Alec Norkey
Amy Brandon
Alfredo Rivera
Maureen Russell
Editorial Board

Armen Adamian
Lucas Avidan
Blair Black
Mei-Chen Chen
Logan Clark
Andrea Decker
Ben Doleac

Maria Fantinato
Sophia Frankford
Gabe Lavin
Alyssa Mathias
Edwin E. Porras
Mehrenegar Rostami
Simone Salmon
Eric Schmidt
Wan Yeung
Heidi Xiaorong Yuan
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H. Samy Alim
Tara Browner
Farzaneh Hemmasi
Paul Humphreys
Jay Keister
Anna Morcom
Helen Rees
Theresa Steward
Timothy D. Taylor
Lisa Urkevich