Ethnologies

Volume 37, numéro 1, 2015  Exposer les paysages sonores Exhibiting Soundscapes Sous la direction de Marcia Ostashewski et Michael Frishkopf

Sommaire (14 articles)

Articles

  1. Introduction
  2. Exhibiting Music in a Sound Community
  3. Singing For Frog Plain : Representing Canadian/Metis Relations through Falcon’s Songs
  4. Modern singing sons of the Pharaohs : Transcriptions and Orientalism in a Digital Coptic Music Collection
  5. Virtual (music) exhibits as critical spaces of community engagement : The diversitycapebreton.ca web portal
  6. Curating Ethnomusicology in Cyberworlds for Ethnomusicological Research : World Music in Wonderland
  7. Popular Music as an Interpretive Device for Creating Meaningful Visitor Experience in Music Museums
  8. Exhibiting Music : Case Studies in Imagining, Performing, and Collecting Sound

Articles hors-thème  / Open Topic Articles

  1. Divination, pratiques de guérison et traditions islamiques parmi des femmes d’origine ouest-africaine à Montréal
  2. Entrer dans la confidence : Ethnographie, « cancans » et rapports de force au Brésil

Comptes rendus  / Reviews

  1. Vincent W MacLean. These Were My People: Washabuck, An Anecdotal History. The Cape Bretonia Research Series No. 2. (Sydney, NS: 2014, Cape Breton University Press. Pp. 416, ISBN 978-1-927492-90-1.)
  2. Heather Sparling. Reeling Roosters and Dancing Ducks: Celtic Mouth Music. (Sydney, NS: 2014, Cape Breton University Press. Pp. xv + 356, index, ISBN 978-1-927492-98-7.)
  3. Ian Brodie. A Vulgar Art: A New Approach to Stand-Up Comedy. (Jackson: 2014, University Press of Mississippi. Pp. 255. ISBN: 978-1-62846-182-4)
  4. Philippe Descola et Tim Ingold. Être au monde. Quelle expérience commune ? (Lyon: 2014, Presses Universitaires de Lyon. Pp. 75. ISBN: 978-2-7297-0887-0)