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Indian Sound Cultures, Indian Sound Citizenship

Author :  Laura Brueck, Jacob Smith, Neil Verma (ed)

Product Details

  • Country India
  • Publisher Primus Books, Delhi
  • ISBN9789355720702
  • FormatHardBound
  • LanguageEnglish
  • Year of Publication2022
  • Bib. Infovi, 362p.; 23 cm. Includes Index.
  • Product Weight700 gms.
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The essays in Indian Sound Cultures, Indian Sound Citizenship argue that sound, from the cinema hall to the recording studio and the public festival ground, is inextricably linked to issues of citizenship, identity, and belonging in India. Together, the contributions in this volume investigate the sonic turn in the study of South Asia by understanding sound in its own social and cultural contexts, and by exploring the diverse ways in which sound has been and continues to be crucial to the ideological construction of a unifying postcolonial Indian nation-state. Integrating interdisciplinary scholarship at the nexus of sound studies and South Asian studies with questions of nation/nationalism, postcolonialism, cinema, and popular culture in India, Indian Sound Cultures, Indian Sound Citizenship offers fresh and sophisticated approaches to understanding the sonic world of the subcontinent.

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