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Emotionality…Where does it all come from?

I thought I’d write out loud a little in an attempt to get the things running round my mind out on the page, or on to the screen to be more precise. Last Friday I went to the Ethnomusicology, History and Critical Theory Seminar that may well become a regular occurrence at King’s in London (along with a few EDG regulars). Some of the stuff Martin Stokes was talking about was particularly interesting and so I’m wondering how I might apply this to my own material that I am currently processing and analysing post-fieldwork. Let me briefly try to summarise the key points of the discussion (or at least the bits I found most useful) – please feel free to disagree if you heard something different. Continue reading

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