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Contents

Fieldwork Is Dead Long Live Fieldwork Introduction
3
2 Knowing Fieldwork
25
3 Toward a Mediation of Field Methods and Field Experience in Ethnomusicology
42
Ethnomusicology at the Juncture of Cultural Studies and Folklore
62
From Performance to Performative Ethnography and Back Again
76
Three Case Studies
90
European and Asian Perspectives
108
8 Working with the Masters
125
11 Whats the Difference? Reflections on Gender and Research in Village India
167
Sharing Songs Sharing Lives
183
Music Voices Texts and Experiences in Dialogue
206
Examples from Arctic and Subarctic Fieldwork
224
15 Returning to the Ethnomusicological Past
246
The Joys Dangers and Potentials of Advocacy and Fieldwork
271
References
289
Index
313

9 The Ethnomusicologist Ethnographic Method and the Transmission of Tradition
141
Encountering the Syrian Jewish Research Project Twenty Years Later
157

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