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Indigenous pop : Native American music from jazz to hip hop / edited by Jeff Berglund, Jan Johnson, Kimberli Lee.

By: Berglund, Jeff [author.].
Material type: TextTextSeries: JSTOR eBooks.Publisher: University of Arizona Press, 2016Description: 1 online resource.Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 0816533733; 9780816533732.Subject(s): Indians of North America -- Music -- History and criticism | Popular music -- United States -- History and criticismDDC classification: 781.6 LOC classification: ML3557 | .I53 2016Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
"What is the sound of America?" -- Introduction -- Joe Shunatona and the United States Indian Reservation Orchestra / John W. Troutman -- American Indian jazz : Mildred Bailey and the origins of America's most musical art form / Chad Hamill -- Jazz and the politics of identity : the spirit of Jim Pepper / Bill Siegel -- Speaking for the people : the protest music of Buffy Sainte-Marie and Floyd Westerman / Kimberli Lee -- Brothers of the blade : three native axmen : Link Wray, Robbie Robertson and Jesse Ed Davis / Scott Prinzing -- "We were all wounded at Wounded Knee" : the engaged resistance of folk and rock in the Red Power era / Jan Johnson -- "We'll get there with music" : sonic literacies, rhetorics of alliance, and decolonial healing in Joy Harjo's Winding through the Milky Way / Gabriela R. Rios -- Hearing the heartbeat : environmental cultural values found in the lyrics of native songwriters / Samantha Hasek and April E. Lindala -- "The story of a lifetime" : singing, crossing, and claiming in Lila Downs' "Minimum wage" / Casie C. Cobos -- Babylon inna Hopiland : articulations of tradition and social injustice by the Hopi reggae musician Casper Loma-da-wa Lomayesva / David Walsh -- Blackfire's land-based ethics : the Benally family and the protection of shi keyah hozhoni / Jeff Berglund -- A reading of Eekwol's apprentice to the mystery as an expression of Cree youth's cultural role and responsibility / Gail A. Mackay -- "By the time I get to Arizona" : hiphop responses to Arizona SB 1070 / Marcos Del Hierro.
Summary: "This book is an interdisciplinary discussion of popular music performed and created by American Indian musicians, providing an important window into history, politics, and tribal communities as it simultaneously complements literary, historiographic, anthropological, and sociological discussions of Native culture"--Provided by publisher.
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"What is the sound of America?" -- Introduction -- Joe Shunatona and the United States Indian Reservation Orchestra / John W. Troutman -- American Indian jazz : Mildred Bailey and the origins of America's most musical art form / Chad Hamill -- Jazz and the politics of identity : the spirit of Jim Pepper / Bill Siegel -- Speaking for the people : the protest music of Buffy Sainte-Marie and Floyd Westerman / Kimberli Lee -- Brothers of the blade : three native axmen : Link Wray, Robbie Robertson and Jesse Ed Davis / Scott Prinzing -- "We were all wounded at Wounded Knee" : the engaged resistance of folk and rock in the Red Power era / Jan Johnson -- "We'll get there with music" : sonic literacies, rhetorics of alliance, and decolonial healing in Joy Harjo's Winding through the Milky Way / Gabriela R. Rios -- Hearing the heartbeat : environmental cultural values found in the lyrics of native songwriters / Samantha Hasek and April E. Lindala -- "The story of a lifetime" : singing, crossing, and claiming in Lila Downs' "Minimum wage" / Casie C. Cobos -- Babylon inna Hopiland : articulations of tradition and social injustice by the Hopi reggae musician Casper Loma-da-wa Lomayesva / David Walsh -- Blackfire's land-based ethics : the Benally family and the protection of shi keyah hozhoni / Jeff Berglund -- A reading of Eekwol's apprentice to the mystery as an expression of Cree youth's cultural role and responsibility / Gail A. Mackay -- "By the time I get to Arizona" : hiphop responses to Arizona SB 1070 / Marcos Del Hierro.

"This book is an interdisciplinary discussion of popular music performed and created by American Indian musicians, providing an important window into history, politics, and tribal communities as it simultaneously complements literary, historiographic, anthropological, and sociological discussions of Native culture"--Provided by publisher.

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Jeff Berglund is a professor of English at Northern Arizona University. He is the author of Cannibal Fictions: American Explorations of Colonialism, Race, Gender, and Sexuality and co-editor of Sherman Alexie: A Collection of Critical Essays. <br> <br> Jan Johnson is a clinical assistant professor of English and American Indian Studies at the University of Idaho. Her work appears in The Environmental Justice Reader, Sherman Alexie: A Collection of Critical Essays , and American Indian Performing Arts: Critical Directions. <br> <br> Kimberli Lee is an associate professor of English at Northeastern State University in Tahlequah, Oklahoma. She is the author of "I Do Not Apologize for the Length of This Letter": The Mari Sandoz Letters on Native American Rights, 1940-1965.

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