I cried on the mountain top: Images from the Afghanaid archive (1980-2010) with traditional Afghan poetry, selected and translated by Veronica Doubleday. 64pp with Introduction, Notes and Further Reading. Price £10. The publication supports ongoing Afghanaid projects in Afghanistan.
The Angolan Roots of Capoeira
Symposium Report by Thomas Hilder
An announcement from Martin Stokes
By Anna Bull
The BFE is pleased to announce that Dr Henry Stobart, based at Royal Holloway, University of London was promoted to Reader in July 2010. Many congratulations to
John Baily, Emeritus Professor of Ethnomusicology at Goldsmiths College London is involved in the Festival of Afghan Culture, which is organised by the Asian Music Circuit and Goldsmiths.
Frances Wilkins start lecturing a new course in Ethnomusicology in the Department of Music at the University of Aberdeen from February 2011, the first of its kind in Aberdeen
PhD student in Ethnomusicology, Department of Music, Goldsmiths, University of London.
Carolyn has recently completed her PhD in Ethnomusicology at City University London, entitled “Moroccans, Music And Identity In Britain: Exploring The Relationship Between Ethnomusicology Sound Archives And Cultural Heritage Communities In The Diaspora”.