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Anderson, Alistair.  Airplay (Provocateur Records, 2002), collaboration with trombonist Annie Whitehead as Northern Lights, selected by Arts Council Contemporary Touring Network for 2003 tour

Attinello, Paul. 'Authority and freedom: Toward a sociology of the gay choruses', in  Queering the Pitch: The New Gay and Lesbian Musicology, eds. Philip Brett, Elizabeth Wood & Gary Thomas (New York: Routledge, 1994), 315-346

Attinello, Paul. 'Performance and/or Shame: A Mosaic of Gay (and Other) Perceptions', repercussions, 4.2 (1995),  97-130

Attinello, Paul. 'Music and AIDS: Some Interesting Works', GLSG Newsletter, Gay & Lesbian Studies Group of the American Musicological Society, 10.1 (Spring 2000), 4-6

Attinello, Paul. Entries on Jon Sims, Sylvester for Gay Histories and Cultures: An Encyclopedia, ed. George Haggerty (New York & London: Garland Press, 2000)

Attinello, Paul. Entry on Choruses & Bands, Musicology & Music Studies for Encyclopedia of American Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender History & Culture, (Scribner's, 2004)

Attinello, Paul. 'Closeness and Distance: Songs About AIDS' in Queering the Pitch, eds Sheila Whiteley & Jennifer Rycenga (New York: Routledge, 2006), 221-31

Attinello, Paul. 'Fever / Fragile / Fatigue: Music, AIDS, Present, and...', in Sounding Off: Theorizing Disability in Music,  eds. Neil Lerner and Joseph Straus (New York: Routledge, 2006), 13-22

Attinello, Paul. 'The Universe Will Tell You What It Needs: Being and Sondheim¹, in Music and Time: Essays in Honor of Susan McClary, eds. Steve Baur and Jacqueline Warwick, to be published in 2007 [in progress].

Biddle, Ian. 'Nationalism',  The Encyclopedia of Popular Musics of the World, ed. John Shephard (London and New York: Continuum, 2002)

Biddle, Ian. 'Vox electronica: Nostalgia, irony and cyborgian vocalities in Kraftwerk’s Radioaktivität and Autobahn', Twentieth-Century Music  1.1 (2004)

Biddle, Ian & Vanessa Knights. Repensar la nación: entre lo local y lo global en el siglo veintiuno’ proceedings of  V Conference of Latin American Branch of the International Association for the Study of Popular Music, (November 2004), http://www.hist.puc.cl/historia/iaspm/rio/anais2004/VanessaIan.pdf

Biddle, Ian .  'The singsong of undead labour: Gender nostalgia and the vocal fantasy of intimacy in the ‘new’ male singer/songwriter', in Oh Boy! Popular Music and Maculinity, ed . Freya Jaman-Ivens (New York & London:  Routledge, 2006)

Clarke, David. 'Eminem: Difficult Dialogics', in Words and Music, ed. John Williamson (Liverpool: University of Liverpool Press, 2005),  73-102

Cross, Máire. ‘Tuning into Politics. Flora Tristan’s Songs for the Union ouvrière’,  in French History and Civilization Papers from the George  Seminar, Vol. 1, eds. Ian  Coller, Helen Davies & Julie Kalman (University of Melbourne, Australia, 2005),   82–97

Cross, Máire. 'Flora Tristan’s Song Contest: One Woman’s Intrusion in a Man’s World of Song and Association’ in Fraternalism and Gender. Case Studies in Europe (1300–2000), eds. Máire Cross & Andrew Prescott (submitted to Palgrave, Macmillan, February 2006)

Davies, Matt . 'Do It Yourself: Punk Rock and the Disalienation of International Relations', in Resounding International Relations: On Music, Culture, and Politics, ed.  M.I. Franklin  (Basingstoke: Palgrave, 2006)

Dauncey, Hugh & Steve Cannon, eds. Popular Music in France from Chanson to Techno: Culture, Identity, Society (Aldershot: Ashgate, 2003)

De Jong, Nanette. 'Forgotten Histories and (Mis)Remembered Cultures: The Comback Party of Curaçao', British Journal of Ethnomusicology,  12.2 (2003), 135-51

De Jong, Nanette, “An Anatomy of Creolization: Curaçao and the Antillean Waltz,” Latin American Music Review, 24.2 (2003)  233-51

De Jong, Nanette.' "You Can’t Kill an Organization": Musicians’ Collectives and the Black Power Paradigm', Jazzforschung/Jazz Research, 37, Yearbook Edition (2005), 133-44

De Jong, Nanette, “‘We Are Who We Believe Ourselves To Be’: Curaçao Jazz and the Expression of Identity.” Image & Narrative: Journal of the Visual Narrative. Winter Edition, 2005.

De Jong, Nanette, 'Women of Free Jazz/AACM: Black Consciousness Movement and Beyond', Speaking Black, Speaking, Feminist, and Speaking Music: An Anthology of African American Female Musicians, eds. Linda Williams and Eileen Hayes, (Champaign: University of Illinois Press, 2006)

De Jong, Nanette. '"Joe’i Kórsou?’/‘Who is the True Curaçaoan?": A Musical Dialogue on Identity in 20th Century Curaçao', Black Music Research Journal,  (Forthcoming)

De Jong, Nanette. Tambú and the Politics of Memory (Indiana University Press: Forthcoming)

De Jong, Nanette. 'Kokomakaku and the (Re)Writing of History', Afro-Hispanic Review, 25.2 (2007), 137-151

Elliott, Richard. ‘Reconstructing the Event: Spectres of Terror in Chilean Performance’, British Postgraduate Musicology 8, can be accessed at http://www.bpmonline.org.uk/bpm8/Elliott.html

Fernández Toro, María. Pachamama (La Paz: Lira, 1979), vocals and guitar

Fernández-Toro, María. Voces hispánicas. Spoken documents for advanced learners of Spanish,  (London: Birkbeck College, 1992), 44 audio recordings with accompanying book of listening exercises.

Knights, Vanessa. '(De)constructing gender: the bolero in Ángeles Mastretta's Arráncame la vida, Journal of Romance Studies, 1.1 (Spring 2001), 69-84

Knights, Vanessa. 'El bolero como expresión de la modernidad latinoamericana', proceedings of III Conference of Latin American Branch of International Association for the Study of Popular Music, (December 2001) http://www.hist.puc.cl/historia/iaspm/pdf/Knights.pdf

Knights, Vanessa. 'Los placeres de la nostalgia en el bolero borincano de Nueva York', proceedings of IV Conference of Latin American Branch of International Association for the Study of Popular Music, (November 2002), http://www.hist.puc.cl/historia/iaspm/mexico/articulos/Knights.pdf

Knights, Vanessa. 'Transgressive Pleasures: The Latin American Bolero' in Cultura Popular: Studies in Spanish and Latin American Popular Culture, eds. Shelley Godsland & Anne M. White (Oxford: Peter Lang, 2002), 209-228

Knights, Vanessa. 'The Bolero as a Marker of Caribbean Identity', Looking Back, Looking Ahead: Popular Music Studies Twenty Years Later. Proceedings of 11th Conference of IASPM, Turku, Finland, July 6-10 2001, (eds.) Kimi Kärki, Rebecca Leydon & Henri Terho (Saarijärvi, Finland: IASPM-Norden, 2002), 255-58

Knights, Vanessa. ‘Modernity, Modernization and Melodrama: The Bolero in Mexico in the 1930s and 1940s’, in Contemporary Latin American Cultural Studies, eds. Stephen Hart & Richard Young (London: Arnold, 2003), 127-39

Knights, Vanessa. ‘El bolero y la identidad caribeña’, Caribbean Studies, 31.2 (July-December 2003), 135-50

Knights, Vanessa. ‘Songs of Creole Identities: The Bolero in the Hispanic Caribbean’, Forum for Modern Language Studies, 40.4 (2004), 389-400

Knights, Vanessa. 'Los boleros de Antonio Machín y las coplas de Conchita Piquer en "los años de hambre" de la posguerra española', La canción popular, 19.18 (2004), 102-06

Knights, Vanessa. ‘Queer Pleasures: The Bolero, Camp and Almodóvar’, in Changing Tunes: The Use of Pre-existing Music in Film, eds Phil Powrie & Robynn Stilwell (Aldershot: Ashgate: 2006), 91-104

Knights, Vanessa. 'Tears and Screams: Performances of Pleasure and Pain in the Bolero', in Queering the Pitch, eds Sheila Whiteley & Jennifer Rycenga (New York: Routledge, 2006),  83-99

Megoran, Nick. 'The critical geopolitics of danger in Uzbekistan and Kyrgyzstan', Environment and Planning D: Society and Space, 23.3 (2005), 555-580. A PDF of this article is accessible from his homepage.

Middleton, Richard. 'Authorship, Gender and the Construction of Meaning in the Eurythmics' Hit Recordings', Cultural Studies, 9 (1995), 465-485

Middleton, Richard. 'Were the Rockers Right? Revolution and Legitimation in British Pop Music of the 1960s',  Musik/Revolution, Von Bockel Verlag, Hamburg, ed. Hans-Werner Heister, 3 (1997), 141-167

Middleton, Richard. 'Musical Belongings: Western Music and Its Low-Other', Western Music and Its Others: Difference, Representation, and Appropriation in Music, eds. Georgina Born & David Hesmondhalgh, (Berkeley and Los Angeles: University of California Press, 2000), 59-85

Middleton, Richard. 'Work-in-(g) Practice: Configurations of the Popular Music Intertext', The Musical Work: Reality or Invention?, ed. Michael Talbot (Liverpool: Liverpool University Press, 2000) , 59-87

Middleton, Richard.  'Musical dimensions - genres, performing practices and styles', in Pop- und RockMusik, Handbuch der Musikwissenschaft des 20. Jahrhundert, ed. P. Wicke, Laeber Verlag, vol. 6, (2001)

Middleton, Richard.  Semiology/Semiotics; Class; Singing; Vocalised Tone; Songwriter; Voice; Form (17 entries); Solo; Song in  Encyclopedia of Popular Musics of the World, ed. John Shepherd et al. (London: Continuum, 2003)

Middleton, Richard. 'Introduction: Music Studies and the Idea of Culture' and 'Locating the People: Music and the Popular', in The Cultural Study of Music: A Critical Introduction, ed. M Clayton, T Herbert & R Middleton (London: Routledge, 2004), 251-62

(Clayton, Martin , Herbert, Trevor &) Middleton, Richard (eds). The Cultural Study of Music: A Critical Introduction (London & New York: Routledge, 2004)

Middleton, Richard . 'John Lennon', in Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, ed. Brian Harrison (Oxford: Oxford University Press,  2004)

Middleton, Richard. Voicing the Popular: On the Subjects of Popular Music (New York: Routledge, 2006)

Plastino, Goffredo. Calabre. Musiques de fêtes [Calabria. Festivals music]. CD (Paris: Maison des Cultures du Monde, 1993)

Plastino, Goffredo. Lira. Uno strumento musicale tradizionale calabrese [Lira. A Calabrian folk music instrument]. (Vibo Valentia: Monteleone, 1994)

Plastino, Goffredo. Mappa delle voci. Rap, raggamuffin e tradizione in Italia [Map of the voices. Rap, raggamuffin and tradition in Italy]. (Rome: Meltemi, 1996)

Plastino, Goffredo. Tambores del Bajo Aragón [Drums of Bajo Aragón]. book and CD (Zaragoza: Prames, 2001)

Plastino, Goffredo. 'Come into Play: Dance, Music, and Gender in Three Calabrian Festivals', in Music and Gender. Perspectives from the Mediterranean, ed. Tullia Magrini, (Chicago, University of Chicago Press, 2003, 147-167

Plastino, Goffredo. Fifteen fragments on my (field)work, British Journal of Ethnomusicology, 12.1, 2003,  97-112

Plastino, Goffredo, ed. Mediterranean Mosaic. Popular Music and Global Sounds. (New York and London: Routledge, 2003)

Plastino, Goffredo, ed. Italian Treasury, a 25-volume series of Compact Discs,  Rounder Records (2003) in the Alan Lomax Collection, from the recordings of Italian folk music made by Alan Lomax and Diego Carpitella in 1954-55

Powrie, Phil. ‘Francesco Rosi’s Carmen and the fantasy of realism’, Word and Image, 9.1 (Jan-March 1993), 19-28

Powrie, Phil. ‘Prénom: Carmen and male sexuality’, special no. on European film, Forum for Modern Language Studies, 31.1 (Jan.1995), 64-73

Powrie, Phil. ‘The disintegration of community: a brief history of popular music in French cinema 1945-present’, in Popular Music in France from Chanson to Techno: Culture, Identity and Society, eds. Hugh Dauncey &  Steve Cannon (Aldershot: Ashgate, 2003), 97-122.

Powrie, Phil. ‘The Sting in the tale’, Popular Music and Film, ed. Ian Inglis (London: Wallflower Press, 2003), 39-59. [on Sting as film actor]

Powrie, Phil ‘Politics and embodiment in Karmen Geï (2001)’, Quarterly Review of Film and Video, 21.4 (2004), 283-91

Powrie, Phil ‘La Tragédie de Carmen (Peter Brook, 1983) and embodiment’, Studies in European Cinema, 1.3(2004), 141-51.

Powrie, Phil ‘Blonde abjection: spectatorship and the abject anal-space-in-between’, in Pop Fiction: The Song in Cinema, eds. Matthew Caley and Steve Lannin (Exeter: Intellect, 2005), 99-119

Powrie, Phil ‘La communauté impossible, ou pourquoi le film musical français se fait rare’, in Les Genres du cinéma français, ed. Raphaëlle Moine (Paris: Association Française de Recherche sur le Cinéma, 2005), 213-22

Powrie, Phil. ‘The Fabulous Destiny of the Accordion in French Cinema’, in Changing Tunes: The Use of Pre-existing Music in Film, eds. Phil Powrie & Robynn Stilwell (Aldershot: Ashgate: 2006), 137-151

Powrie, Phil & Robynn Stilwell, eds. Changing Tunes: The Use of Pre-existing Music in Film (Aldershot: Ashgate: 2006)