Herausgeber:
David G. Hebert / Jonathan McCollum / Koji Matsunobu / Chaden Yafi / Nasim Niknafs / Stefan Östersjö / Jan Magne Steinhovden / Thanh Th*y Nguy*n / Lauren Braithwaite / Juqian Li / Elnora Mamadjanova / Marja Heimonen / Ambigay Yudkoff / Karan Choudhary / Rhoda Abiolu / Abraha Weldu / Marianne Løkke Jakobsen
Verlag:
LEXINGTON BOOKS
Erschienen:
15.05.2022
Seitenanzahl:
372
EAN:
9781793642929
Sprache:
Englisch
Format:
EPUB
Schutz:
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Ethnomusicology and Cultural Diplomacy


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<p><span>Music has long played a prominent role in cultural diplomacy, but until now no resource has comparatively examined policies that shape how non-western countries use music for international relations. </span><span>Ethnomusicology and Cultural Diplomacy</span><span>, edited by scholars David G. Hebert and Jonathan McCollum, demonstrates music's role in international relations worldwide. Specifically, this book offers "insider" views from expert contributors writing about music as a part of cultural diplomacy initiatives in Afghanistan, Uzbekistan, Iran, Syria, Japan, China, India, Vietnam, Ethiopia, South Africa, and Nigeria. Unique features include the book’s emphasis on diverse legal frameworks, decolonial perspectives, and cultural policies that serve as a basis for how nations outside “the west” use music in their relationships with Europe and North America.</span></p>

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