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Music, Politics, and Violence
Susan Fast, ed.; Kip Pegley, ed.

Wesleyan University Press



Contents

Acknowledgments
• Introduction — Susan Fast and Kip Pegley
• OBJECTIVE AND SUBJECTIVE VIOLENCES
• “A Healing Draft for a Sick People”: War in the Pages of the
Neue Zeitschrift für Musik, 1914–18 — Nicholas Attfield
• The Afterlife of Neda Ukraden: Negotiating Space and Memory through Popular Music after the Fall of Yugoslavia — Catherine Baker
• Between the Lines: “Lili Marlene,” Sexuality, and the Desert War — Christina Baade
• The Changing Sounds of War: Television News Music and Armed Conflicts from Vietnam to Iraq — James Deaville
• VIOLENCE AND RECONCILIATION
• Revivals and New Arrivals: Protest Song in the
Al-Aqsa Intifada — David A. McDonald
• Pax Mevlana: Mevlevi Sufi Music and the Reconciliation of Islam and the West — Victor A. Vicente
• Choreographing (Against) Coup Culture: Reconciliation and Cross-Cultural Performance in the Fiji Islands — Kevin C. Miller
• MUSICAL MEMORIALIZATIONS OF VIOLENT PASTS
• Complimentary Discourses of Truth and Memory: The Peruvian Truth Commission and the
Canción Social Ayacuchana — Jonathan Ritter
• National Identity after National Socialism: German Receptions of the Holocaust Cantata,
Jüdische Chronik (1960/61) — Amy Lynn Wlodarski
• Afterword: From Voice to Violence and Back Again — J. Martin Daughtry
• Biblography
• List of Contributors
• Index

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