Publications

FORTHCOMING

 

Machin-Autenrieth, Matthew, Salwa El-Shawan Castelo-Branco, and Samuel Llano, eds. (forthcoming). Music and the Making of Portugal and Spain since the Nineteenth Century. University of Illinois Press. 

 

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Machin-Autenrieth, Matthew. (forthcoming). ‘The Aesthetics and Politics of

Flamenco’s Status as a Global Genre’, Oxford Handbook of Global Popular Music, ed. by Simone Krüger (Oxford: OUP).

 

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Elbaz, Vanessa Paloma. (forthcoming). “Land, Voice, Nation: Popular Jewish Music in Spain and Morocco in the continuously imagined al-Andalus” ed. Tina Fruhauf dans le Oxford Handbook for Jewish Music, Oxford University Press.

 

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Elbaz, Vanessa Paloma. (forthcoming). “Colonial and Post-Colonial Musical Cosmologies in Rouanet, Chaachoo and Donval 1913-2020” Rereading and contextualising Jules Rouanet’s La musique arabe dans le Maghreb, 1922 ed. Hadj Miliani and Jonathan Glasser, Oran: CRASC.

 

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Elbaz, Vanessa Paloma. (forthcoming). "Imagining a sonic al-Andalus and the building of diverse nations:  the case of Morocco and Spain", Journal of Jewish Culture and History special issue, eds. Joachim Schloer & Maite Ojeda Mata.

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Wilford, Stephen. ‘Seeing Music in Early Twentieth-Century Colonial Algeria’. 2022. Twentieth-Century Music, 19(1).

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Wilford, Stephen. We are all Algerian here”: Music, Citizenship and Multiculturalism in Algerian Diaspora Communities’. 2022 (forthcoming). Ethnomusicology Forum.

2021

Machin-Autenrieth, Matthew. 2021. 'Ziryab and Us: Tradition and Collaboration in the Interpretation of an Arab-Andalusian Musical Myth', The Journal of Intercultural Studies

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Elbaz, Vanessa Paloma. In Press, 2021. 'Rôle identitaire du chant des juifs et juives dans la société marocaine' in Hommage à Haim Zafrani, Rabat: Académie du Royaume.

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Elbaz, Vanessa Paloma. In press. 2021. “KHOYA: Jewish Morocco Sound Archive: Jewish sounds, voices, memories in creative uses” In Search for Archives: Creating the Postcolonial Archive. ed. Nadia Sabri, Archive Books.

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Elbaz, Vanessa Paloma. 2021. 'A Common Language: Popular Music in Morocco' in Uncommon Commonalities: Jews and Muslims in Morocco. Lexington Books (ed. Jane Gerber, Joseph Chetrit and Drora Arussy). Pages 189-216.

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Elbaz, Vanessa Paloma. 2021.“Listening to the ‘Other’ through the Ear: Contemporary Traces of Protectorate Politics through Music” Hommage à Mohammed Kenbib, ed. Khalid BenSghrir, Faculté des Sciences Sociales et Humaines de Rabat, 401-427.

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Elbaz, Vanessa Paloma. 2021. “Jewish Music in Northern Morocco and the Building of Sonic Identity boundaries” Journal for North African Studies 

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Elbaz, Vanessa Paloma. 2021. "The Bright Side of Identity: Music, Crossing Borders and the War on Terror" The Age of Confidence: The New Jewish Culture Wave, ed. David Benmayer and Rebecca Taylor. London: The History Press, 129-148. 

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Wilford, Stephen. In Press, 2020. ‘Musical Pathways Through Algerian London’ in Geography, Music and Space. Jenny Stanford Publishing. (ed. Samuel Horlor and James Williams).

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Wilford, Stephen. In Press 2021. '‘The Algerian Woman is Very Strong’: Music, Identity and Gender in Algerian London’, in The Routledge Handbook on Women’s Work in Music. Routledge (ed. Rhiannon Mathias)

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Wilford, Stephen. Review Article: ‘Writing the Black Decade: Conflict and Criticism in Francophone Algerian Literature’ (Joseph Ford). 2021 (forthcoming). Modern Languages Review.

2020

Elbaz, Vanessa Paloma. 2020. 'Thomas Binkley's Influence: 25 Years On.' EARLY MUSIC. Early Music, Volume 48, Issue 3, August 2020, Pages 391–396.

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Elbaz, Vanessa Paloma. 2020. 'Connecting the Disconnect: Music and its Agency in Moroccan Cinema's Judeo-Muslim Interactions' in Dynamic Jewish-Muslim Interactions across the Performing Arts in the Maghreb and France, 1920-2020. Liverpool University Press, Francophone Postcolonial Studies (ed. Samuel Everett and Rebekah Vince), Pages 201-221.

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Machin-Autenrieth, Matthew. 2020. ‘The Dynamics of Intercultural Music Making in Granada:

‘Everyday’ Multiculturalism and Moroccan Integration’, Ethnomusicology, 64 (3), 422–446.

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Llano, Samuel. 2020. 'Flamenco as Palimpsest: Reading through Hybridity'. in Transnational Spanish Studies. Eds. Catherine Davies and Rory O’Bryen. Liverpool: Liverpool University Press, 161-175

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Elbaz, Vanessa Paloma. 2020. 'We Are Not Gold Coins: on the death of Rachel Muyal doyenne of Moroccan Jewry.' Tablet Magazine.

 

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Machin-Autenrieth, Matthew. 2020. 'Flamenco for Andalusia, Flamenco for Humanity: Regionalization and Intangible Cultural Heritage in Spain' in Cultural Mapping and Musical Diversity, ed. by Britta Sweers and Sarah Ross (Equinox).  

 

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 Daniele Conversi and Matthew Machin-Autenrieth. 2020. 'The Musical Bridge—Intercultural Regionalism and the Immigration Challenge in Contemporary Andalusia'Genealogy, 4(1). Open access.

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Elbaz, Vanessa Paloma. 2020. 'Interroger un monde disparu: L’exposition Exils au Musée de la foundation du patrimoine judéo-marocain à Casablanca.' in Exils paradigme fertile. Casablanca: Malika Editions. Ed. Nadia Sabri.

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Elbaz, Vanessa Paloma. 2020. 'Maison-Mère, Foyer et Tradition dans les exils des juifs marocains'

in Exils paradigme fertile. Ed. Nadia Sabri. Casablanca: Malika Editions.

2019

 

Machin-Autenrieth, Matthew. 2019. 'Music and the Battle for Granada's Past'Shorthand Story for the University of Cambridge (co-authored with Tom Almeroth-Williams).

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Elbaz, Vanessa Paloma. 2019. 'Por Qué No Cantais, La Bella? Reading Women’s Agency into the Sephardic Musical Canon' in The Patriarchy Issue, Association for Jewish Studies Magazine, Perspectives: Spring Issue.

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Machin-Autenrieth, Matthew. 2019. 'Spanish Musical Responses to Moroccan Immigration and the Cultural Memory of al-Andalus' Twentieth Century Music, 16(2): 259–287.

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Wilford, Stephen. 2019. Review Article: ‘Islam and Popular Culture’ (Karin Van Nieuwkerk, Mark Levine and Martin Stokes, eds.) Ethnomusicology Forum, 28(1): 122-125.

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2018

Machin-Autenrieth, Matthew. 2018. 'Hong Kong to Enjoy Fusion Flamenco Ballet Dance Extravaganza', South China Morning Post

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