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Browsing publications by Professor Nanette De Jong.

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Professor Nanette De Jong
"Witchcraft and Witchcraft-Related Violence in AmaZizi Chiefdom of kwaZangashe, Eastern Cape"2022
Professor Nanette De Jong
“As Long as the Woman Doesn’t Die”: Home, Safety and Intimate Partner Violence in Rural South Africa2022
Professor Nanette De Jong
Mapping Cultural Policy in South Africa: Reflections from an Ethnomusicologist2020
Professor Nanette De Jong
Maskanda, Umkhosi wokukhahlela and the Articulation of Identity in South Africa2020
Professor Nanette De Jong
Displays of masculinity and rituals of display: Congolese immigration and xenophobia in Johannesburg2017
Professor Nanette De Jong
Musical Echoes: South African Women Thinking in Jazz. By Carol Ann Muller and Sathima Bea Benjamin2017
Professor Nanette De Jong
Dr Christian Mieves
The Trope of Flattening and the Complexities of Difference: Visual and Acoustic Accounts of Trinidad Carnival2016
Professor Nanette De Jong
Enacting power: the criminalization of obeah in the Anglophone Caribbean 1760-20112015
Professor Nanette De Jong
Live from Dar es Salaam: Popular Music and Tanzania's Music Economy [Book Review]2014
Professor Nanette De Jong
Curaçao and the Folding Diaspora: Contesting the Party Tambú in the Netherlands2012
Professor Nanette De Jong
Tambú: Curaçao's African-Caribbean Ritual and the Politics of Memory2012
Professor Nanette De Jong
Carriacou String Band Serenade: Performing Identity in the Eastern Caribbean2011
Professor Nanette De Jong
Tambú; Antillean Waltz; Seu; Comback Party2010
Professor Nanette De Jong
The Tambú of Curaçao: Historical Projections and the Ritual Map of Experience2010
Professor Nanette De Jong
Fighting for Honor: The History of African Martial Art Traditions in the Atlantic World (T.J. Desch Obi, University of South Carolina Press, 2008) [Book Review]2009
Professor Nanette De Jong
South Africa, Black America, and Jazz: A Trans-Atlantic Dialogue2009
Professor Nanette De Jong
The (Cuban) Voice of the (Curaçaoan) People: The Making (and Taking) of Collective Memory2009
Professor Nanette De Jong
Tambú: Commemorating the Past, Recasting the Present2008
Professor Nanette De Jong
"Kokomakaku" and the (Re) Writing of History2007
Professor Nanette De Jong
Women of the Association for the Advancement of Creative Musicians: Four Narratives2007
Professor Nanette De Jong
“Joe’i Kórsou?”(Who is the True Curaçaoan?): A Musical Dialogue on Identity in 20th Century Curaçao2006
Professor Nanette De Jong
The Music of Anguilla and Barbuda; The Music of Antigua; The Music of St. Vincent and the Grenadines; The Music of Montserrat2006
Professor Nanette De Jong
"You Can't Kill an Organization": Musicians' Collectives and the Black Power Paradigm2005
Professor Nanette De Jong
“We Are Who We Believe Ourselves To Be”: Curaçao Jazz and the Expression of Identity2005
Professor Nanette De Jong
An Anatomy of Creolization: Curaçao and the Antillean Waltz2003
Professor Nanette De Jong
Forgotten histories and (mis)remembered cultures: the Comback party of Curaçao2003
Professor Nanette De Jong
La Lupé; Julian Orbón; Arsenio Rodriguez2003