Vol. 44 No. 2 (2017): Singers and Songs of Social Protest
Singers and Songs of Social Protest

Special Issue: Singers and Songs of Social Protest / Chanteurs et chansons engagés.

Book Reviews / Comptes rendus de livres

Shawn M. Higgins
The Revolution Will Not Be Televised: Protest Music After Fukushima. 2015. Noriko Manabe. New York: Oxford University Press. 464 pp.
Kate Galloway
Sustainable Futures for Music Cultures: An Ecological Perspective. 2016. Ed. Huib Schippers and Catherine Grant. Oxford: Oxford University Press. 392 pp. Current Directions in Ecomusicology: Music, Culture, Nature. 2016. Ed. Aaron S. Allen and Kevin Dawe. New York: Routledge.
Monique Desroches
Tales, Tunes and Tassa Drums: Retention and Innovation in Indo-Caribbean Music. 2015. Peter Manuel. Champaign, IL: University of Illinois Press. 268 pp.
Anna Morcom
Singing Across Divides: Music and Intimate Politics in Nepal. 2017. Anna Marie Stirr. New York: Oxford University Press. 304pp, 25 figures.
Bart Vanspauwen
Cape Verde, Let’s Go: Creole Rappers and Citizenship in Portugal. 2015. Derek Pardue. Urbana, Chicago, et Springfield : University of Illinois Press. 208 pp, 15 photographies en noir et blanc, discographie
Joshua Green
Queerness in Heavy Metal Music: Metal Bent. 2015. Amber R. Clifford-Napoleone. New York: Routledge. 166pp, 7 figures.
Denis-Constant Martin
Kwaito’s Promise, Music, and the Aesthetics of Freedom in South Africa. 2016. Gavin Steingo. Chicago: University of Chicago Press. 320 pp., figures, photos
Anthony Grégoire
Chant pensé, chant vécu, temps chanté. Formes, usages et représentations des pratiques vocales. 2016. Charlotte Poulet et Nicolas Bénard, dir. Paris, Éditions Delatour France, coll. Pensée Musicale. 426 p.