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Good evening to all from H-Celebration.
Following books are available for review:
Queering Kansas city jazz scene: Gender, performance and the history of a scene by Amber R. Clifford-Napoleone (Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 2018)
Performing propaganda: Musical life and culture in Paris, 1914-1918 by Rachel Moore (Woodbridge: Boydell Press, 2018)
Music in the American diasporic wedding by Inna Naroditskaya (Indiana University Press, 2019)
Composing the capital: Classical music in the neoliberal area by Marianna Ritchey (Chicago: Chicago University Press, 2019)
A song to save the Salish sea. Musical performance as environmental activism by Mark Pedelty (Bloomington and Indianapolis: Indiana University Press, 2016)
Please, express your interest on reviewing until the 31.08.2020 at firstname.lastname@example.org with a short statement of the reason you are interested in reviewing the selected book and a short cv.
H-Net: Humanities and Social Sciences Online (H-Net) is an independent, non-profit scholarly association that offers an open academic space for scholars, teachers, advanced students and related professionals.
H-Celebration brings together the far-flung fields of Celebration Studies, Festive Studies, and Leisure Studies (rituals, ceremonies, holidays, religion, lore). Our aim is to unify diverse scholars who work in these areas but need to explore their (intradisciplinary, interdisciplinary, multidisciplinary, cross-disciplinary, transdisciplinary) interests into other departments, publications, conferences, and networks. H-Celebration aims to provide a fertile place and digital tools for this growing field to thrive through a range of publication formats, including a peer-review journal, digital imagery, blogs and books reviews
Dr Vasiliki Sirakouli
H-Celebration Editor, Book Reviews Editor
Journal of Festive Studies Managing Editor