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by Jane E. Goodman

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ISBN:
0253346290
Author:
Jane E. Goodman
Category:
Music
Language:
English
Publisher:
Indiana University Press (November 3, 2005)
Pages:
256 pages
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Goodman displays a deep grasp of the historical dynamics and local, national, as well as global political and social transformations of Kabyle culture and music.

Goodman displays a deep grasp of the historical dynamics and local, national, as well as global political and social transformations of Kabyle culture and music. Berber Culture on the World Stage is a valuable source for students and scholars of anthropology, North African studies, and ethnomusicology. Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute). a most welcome addition to North African scholarship.

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Jane E. Goodman's study of Berber Culture on the World Stage is very timely. Some time has passed since Pierre Bourdieu's scholarly work-his analysis of the Kabyle house that has been studied worldwide, and has become a reference on Berber culture. Goodman's work is on par with Bourdieu's opus and significantly contributes to the perspectives of the scholarship he paved.

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Berber Culture on the World Stage is centrally concerned with the negotiation of identity through music, dance, lan- guage and other social institutions.

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"[S]ure to interest a number of different audiences, from language and music scholars to specialists on North Africa.... a superb book, clearly written, analytically incisive, about very important issues that have not been described elsewhere." —John Bowen, Washington University

In this nuanced study of the performance of cultural identity, Jane E. Goodman travels from contemporary Kabyle Berber communities in Algeria and France to the colonial archives, identifying the products, performances, and media through which Berber identity has developed. In the 1990s, with a major Islamist insurgency underway in Algeria, Berber cultural associations created performance forms that challenged Islamist premises while critiquing their own village practices. Goodman describes the phenomenon of new Kabyle song, a form of world music that transformed village songs for global audiences. She follows new songs as they move from their producers to the copyright agency to the Parisian stage, highlighting the networks of circulation and exchange through which Berbers have achieved global visibility.