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Garofalo, Reebee. “Whose World, What Beat: The Transnational Music Industry, Identity, and Cultural Imperialism.” The World of Music 35.2 (1993): 16-32. Available on Blackboard.
Timothy D. Taylor, “A Riddle Wrapped in a Mystery: Transnational Music Sampling and Enigma’s ‘Return to Innocence.’” In Music and Technoculture, eds. R. Lysloff and C. Gay, 64-92. Middletown, Conn.: Wesleyan University Press, 2003.
Sen, Biswarup. “The Sounds of Modernity: The Evolution of Bollywood Film Song.” In Global Bollywood : Travels of Hindi Song and Dance. Edited by Sangita Gopal, Sujata Moorti. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 2008. 85-104. Available on Blackboard.
Reck, David B. “India/South India.” In Worlds of Music [Fifth Edition], ed. Jeff Todd Titon, et al. Available on Blackboard.
Dhar, Sheila. “Sound and Hindustani Music” and “The Raga: an Inward Journey” (213-223), in Raga’n Josh: Stories from a Musical Life. New Delhi: Rupa & Co., 2005. Available on Blackboard.
Rahaim, Matt. “That Ban(e) of Indian Music: Hearing Politics in the Harmonium.” The Journal of Asian Studies. 70.3 (2011): 657-682. Available on Blackboard.