Women, Music, and Environmental Justice in an African Borderland
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This book links ethnomusicological research to larger themes of international development, environmental conservation, gender, and local economic access to resources. By demonstrating that development processes are essentially cultural processes and revealing how music fits within this frame, Song Walking testifies to the affective, spatial, and economic dimensions of place, while contributing to a more inclusive and culturally apposite alignment between land and environmental policies and local needs and practices.
Angela Impey is a senior lecturer in Ethnomusicology and convenes the MA in Music in Development at SOAS, University of London.