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    • A Collection of Afro and Latin-Caribbean Jazz Compositions 

      Lapps-Lewis, Joy (2016-09-20)
      This thesis explores the use of steelpan in the jazz idiom. It includes reflections on the history of the instrument in the jazz context and experiences of steelpan jazz pioneers Othello Molineaux, Andy Narell and Rudy ...
    • Calypso: Tradition and Creativity 

      Barrett, Collin Andrew (2016-09-20)
      In this thesis, I will research the history of calypso music from the early origins to present times with an emphasis on form and structure, melodic shape and line, textural energy, instrumentation, and various other ...
    • Coney island. 

      Edwards, Gus. [composer]; Woodward, Matt [lyricist] (New York : Jerome H. Remick & Co., 1907, 1907)
    • Possessed: A Genealogy Of Black Women, Hauntology And Art As Survival 

      Jordan, Anique Yma Jashobac (2015)
      An auto-­‐ethnographical portfolio, Possessed comprises three photography installations and an essay. I employ family archives and self-­‐portraits to understand the exceptional humanity of black women. Black women in the ...
    • Sacred Camp: Transgendering Faith in a Philippine Festival 

      Alcedo, Patrick (Cambridge University Press, 2007-02-01)
      By embodying the paradoxes found in three webs of signification – panaad (devotional promise), sacred camp and carnivalesque during the Ati-atihan festival – Augusto Diangson, an individual of the ‘third sex’, was able to ...

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