- vi, 330 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm
- Additional Authors
- Järviluoma, Helmi,Kirkegaard, Annemette,Knudsen, Jan,Otterbeck, Jonas,
- Contents: Introduction : research persectives on the study of music censorship / Annemette Kirkegaard and Joan Otterbeck -- A right ding dong : the death of Margaret Thatcher anad music censorship in the digital age / Martin Cloonan -- Silencing artists : reflections on music censorship in the case of Mahsa Vahdat / Annemette Kirkegaard -- Enraged and defiant : revolutionary artists against the state in Morocco and Egypt / Mark LeVine -- Roma and "their" music in south-eastern Europe : silenced voices? exclusion, racism, and counter-strategies / Ursula Hemetek -- Finlandisation and the restriction of Karelian voices at the height of the Cold War / Pekka Suutari and Helmi Järviluoma -- Sifting through truths in Guinean music / Nommi Dave -- "His bird doesn't stand up" : gendered dimensions of music censorship in Turkey / Thomas Solomon -- Controversial music : a postcolonial reading of D.O. Misiani's Bem en bim and Wainaina's Nchi ya kitu kidogo / Emily Achieng' Akuno -- Australian media classification : depictions, descriptions, and child protection as logic of regulation / Andrew Whelan -- "With a voice like a gun" : Brazilian popular music, censorship, and strategies of resistance during the Brazilian military dictatorship's anos de chumbo [leaden years] (1968-1974) / Holly Holmes -- "N-songs" in multicultural Finland / Antti-Ville Kärjä -- The sound body / Deborah Kapchan -- Censoring Wagner / John Hutnyk -- Concluding remarks : researching music censorship in perspective / Helmi Järviluoma, Annemette Kirkegaard, Jan Sverre Knudsen, and Jonas Otterbeck.Includes bibliographical references and index.