GEOG-331 Latin America
Anthropology | Chicana/o Studies | Ethnomusicology | Feminist, Gender, and Sexuality Studies | Geography | Latina/o Studies | Social and Cultural Anthropology
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This paper looks into the cultural synthesization and the transnational ties of cumbia between Latin America and the United States. Three case studies look at the story of migrants and their transnational ties through cumbia and are analyzed through an ethnomusicology framework.
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Mekus, Irene L.. "Music and the Migrant: A Transnational Account of Cumbia" (2016). Mary Wollstonecraft Writing Award.
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