Journal of World Popular Music, Vol 2, No 2 (2015)

Ifeona Fulani, ed. 2012. Archipelagos of Sound: Transnational Caribbeanities, Women and Music and Timothy Rommen and Daniel T. Neely, eds. 2014. Sun, Sea, and Sound: Music and Tourism in the Circum-Caribbean

Samuel Dwinell
Issued Date: 5 Nov 2015

Abstract


Ifeona Fulani, ed. 2012. Archipelagos of Sound: Transnational Caribbeanities,Women and Music. Jamaica: University of the West Indies Press. 343pp. ISBN978-9-76-640266-2 (pbk)
Timothy Rommen and Daniel T. Neely, eds. 2014. Sun, Sea, and Sound: Musicand Tourism in the Circum-Caribbean. Oxford and New York: Oxford UniversityPress, 2014. 322pp. ISBN 978-0-19-998886-0 (pbk)

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DOI: 10.1558/jwpm.v2i2.27101

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