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Sound Relations delves into histories of Inuit musical life in Alaska to trace the ways in which sound is integral to self-determination and sovereignty. Offering radical and relational ways of listening to Inuit performances across genres-from hip hop to Christian hymnody and traditional drumsongs to funk and R&B -author Jessica Bissett Perea shows how Indigenous ways of musicking amplify possibilities for more just and equitable futures.

Produktbeschreibung
Sound Relations delves into histories of Inuit musical life in Alaska to trace the ways in which sound is integral to self-determination and sovereignty. Offering radical and relational ways of listening to Inuit performances across genres-from hip hop to Christian hymnody and traditional drumsongs to funk and R&B -author Jessica Bissett Perea shows how Indigenous ways of musicking amplify possibilities for more just and equitable futures.
Autorenporträt
Jessica Bissett Perea is a Dena'ina (Alaska Dena) scholar whose work intersects the larger fields of Native American & Indigenous studies (NAIS) and music & sound studies. She specializes in Critical NAIS approaches to performance, media, and improvisation studies, and histories of Indigenous arts and activism in North Pacific and Circumpolar Arctic communities. Dr. Bissett Perea earned a Bachelor of Music in Education from Central Washington University, an MA in Musicology at the University of Nevada, Reno, and a PhD in Musicology at the University of California, Los Angeles. Dr. Bissett Perea currently works as an Assistant Professor in the Department of Native American Studies at the University of California, Davis.