Faculty of Arts
Colonialism, Globalisation and the Musics of India
Music in the context of a mediated and “global” India; musical genres are viewed as sites of identity construction, contestation, change and outcomes of the processes of colonialism and globalisation. Focuses on select musical case studies based on examples recorded and/or performed in the later twentieth and the twenty-first centuries.
Not taught in 2012
Coordinator(s) Associate Professor Greg Booth
Coursework + exam
ANTHRO 333: 15.0 points
60 points in Stage II courses available for the BA majors in Anthropology or Music