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Music and Politics in North Africa.
(Ashgate Publishing., 2009)
Outside-In: Music, New Media and Tradition in North Africa.
(Scarecrow Press (Rowman & Littlefield Publishing Group), 2005)
The Local and the Global in North African Popular Music.
(Cambridge University Press, 1996)
Canadian Multicultural Models: Lessons for Northern Ireland?
(Liverpool University Press, 2006)
Pirates of the Mediterranean : Moroccan music video and technology
(Liverpool University Press, 2009)
Technologies for the consumption and production of global media have brought ‘foreign bodies’ into the domestic spaces of millions of Moroccans. Such unprecedented access to cultural materials is, however, negotiated at a ...
Introduction: non-western popular music
A review of "Men and Popular Music in Algeria, Modern Middle-East Series No. 20" by Marc Schade-Poulson
(Cambridge University Press, 2002)
Rai is a form of popular music most closely associated with the city of Oran (Waharan) in the northwestern corner of Algeria. Marc Schade-Poulson's book considers the social significance of the genre in its place of origin ...
The Gnawa of Oujda: music at the margins in Morocco
(VWB - Verlag für Wissenschaft und Bildung, 1998)
This paper describes some of my fieldwork encounters with the Gnawa, a group of eth- nic minority musicians living in Oujda , north-eastern Morocco, where I conducted re- search in 1994. I recount how I met the group and ...
A review of "Niger, Musiques des Tuaregs, Vols 1&2 (Azawagh and In Gall)" recorded by François Borel (Pre-published version)
(Taylor & Francis [Routledge], 2004)
This excellent pair of CDs is largely compiled from recordings made by Francois Borel between 1971 and the late 1990s. Each takes a specific regional community as its focus and provides a comprehensive cross-section of its ...