The Routledge handbook of music and migration : theories and methodologies /

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Routledge,, Abingdon, Oxon, England United Kingdom ; New York, NY, United States, p.1 online resource (xvi, 558 pages) : (2024)

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Includes bibliographical references.Introduction / Wolfgang Gratzer, Nils Grosch, Ulrike Präger, Susanne Scheiblhofer -- Key Terms. Acculturation / Katarzyna Grebosz-Haring and Magnus Gaul ; Agency / Susanne Scheiblhofer ; Anti-racism / Imani Mosley ; Community / Ulrike Präger ; Creativity / Nils Grosch ; Critical Whiteness / Imani Mosley / Cultural Capital / Michael Parzer ; Cultural Economy / Michael Parzer ; Cultural Mobility / Nils Grosch ; Culture / Susanne Scheiblhofer ; Diaspora/Diasporic / Sandra Chatterjee ; Difference / Carolin Stahrenberg ; Digital Humanities / Markus Neuwirth ; Discourse / Wolfgang Gratzer ; Embodiment / Ulrike Präger ; Ethnicity / Philip V. Bohlman ; Exile / Nils Grosch ; Global History / Wolfgang Gratzer ; Histoire Croisée / Anna Langenbruch ; History / Wolfgang Gratzer ; Human Rights / M.J. Grant ; Identity / Nils Grosch ; Integration / Michael Parzer ; Intersectionality / Carolin Stahrenberg ; Liminality / Ulrike Präger ; Material Culture / Joachim Schlör ; Memory / Anna Langenbruch ; Migration / Wolfgang Gratzer ; Music / M.J. Grant ; Musical Analysis / Markus Neuwirth ; New Mobility Paradigm / Peter Adey ; Performance/Performativity / Sandra Chatterjee and Ulrike Präger ; Postcolonialism / Anja Brunner ; The Postmigrant / Sandra Chatterjee ; Racism / Sandra Chatterjee ; Research Ethics / Anna Papaeti and M. J. Grant ; Social Networks / Wolfgang Gratzer and Michael Parzer ; Sources/Archives / Anna Langenbruch ; Transculturality / Christina Richter-Ibáñez ; Translation / Christina Richter-Ibáñez ; Understanding / Wolfgang GratzerTheoretical and Methodological Approaches to Music and Migration.Enacting and Embodying Mobile Voices : "Musicking as a Tool for (Ethnographic) Migration Research / Ulrike Präger ; Multi-Perspective Research in Musical Migration Contexts / Wolfgang Gratzer ; Musicological Research with Refugees : Theoretical and Ethical Considerations / Anna Papaeti and M. J. Grant ; Musical Ethnography : Researching and Representing Migration, Expressive Culture, and Politics of Belonging / Ulrike Präger ; Polyphonic History : On Histoire Croisée as a Method of Musicological Exile and Migration Research / Anna Langenbruch -- Mobility Impulses and Kinetic Momentums. Music and Cultural Mobility / Nils Grosch ; Music and Urban Migration : The City, Mobile Ethnography and Affective Citizenship / Ruard Absaroka ; Between "Return Mobilities" and the Hope for an End to Exile : Musicology and Remigration Research / Matthias Pasdzierny -- After Migration : Interaction, Inclusion, and Participation.Music Making by Migrants from the Perspective of Sociological Integration Studies / Michael Parzer ; Displaced Humanity on the Move : Rights, Needs, and Future Directions for Music / André de Quadros ; Musical Activities in the Acculturation Processes of Children and Adolescents with Migration Experiences / Katarzyna Grebosz-Haring and Magnus Gaul -- Postcolonial and Transcultural Perspectives on Music and Migration.Perpetual Transformation : Translating Music into New Spaces / Christina Richter-Ibáñez ; Media, Migration, and Music : Methodological and Theoretical Perspectives / Ricarda Drüeke and Elisabeth Klaus ; Writing for Change : Critical Perspectives in Artistic and Scholarly Practices as Calls to Action / Sandra Chatterjee ; Music -- Gender -- Migration : Topics, Research Fields, and Methods / Carolin Stahrenberg ; Music and Entrepreneurship : Perspectives from Migrant Business Research / Michael Parzer."The Routledge Handbook of Music and Migration: Theories and Methodologies is a progressive, transdisciplinary paradigm-shifting core text for music and migration studies. Conceptualized as a comprehensive methodological and theoretical guide, it foregrounds the mobile potentials of music and presents key arguments about why musical expressions matter in the discussion of migration politics. Twenty international specialists in music and migration set methodological and theoretical standards for transdisciplinary collaborations in the field of migration studies, discussing 41 keywords, such as mobility, community, research ethics, human rights, and critical whiteness in the context of music and migration. The authors then apply these terms to 16 chapters, which deal with ethnomusicological, musicological, sociological, anthropological, geographical, pedagogical, political, economical and media-related methodologies and theories which reflect and contest current discourses of migration. In their interdisciplinary focus, these chapters advance interrelations between music and migration as enabling factors for socio-cultural studies. Furthermore, the authors tackle crucial questions of agency, equality and equity as well as the responsibilities and expectations of writers and artists when researching migration phenomena as innate human experience. As a result, this handbook provides scholars and students alike with relevant and applicable methodological and theoretical tools in addition to an extensive literature and research review for further research"--Wolfgang Gratzer is an Austrian musicologist and Professorof Musicology at the University Mozarteum Salzburg, Austria. Nils Grosch is Professor of Musicology and Head of the Department of Art, Music, and Dance Studies and the Research Center for Musical Theater at the University of Salzburg, Austria. Ulrike Prg̃er is Assistant Professor of Music at the University of Louisville, US. Susanne Scheiblhofer is a researcher and instructor at the University of Salzburg, Austria.Description based on online resource; title from digital title page (viewed on November 06, 2023).